Roman deity

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a deity worshipped by the ancient Romans

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He is involved in Dell's veteran employee resource group, Virtus, named after the Roman deity for bravery and military strength, which is focused on recruitment and retention as well as engaging veterans in the community.
The Virginia seal contains an image of the ancient Roman deity Virtus.
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When one thinks to have seen attributes typical of a Roman deity, other factors contribute to contradict one's original reading.
THIS first month of the New Year derives its name from an ancient Roman deity who kept the gate of heaven.
Saturnus was the Roman deity who, it was believed, taught the art of agriculture and who welcomed the germinating impulse of nature.
Janus was the ancient Roman deity with two faces, and thus we have the month of January.
The fact that the two names of the winged figure in Dubrovnik were respectively borrowed from a newly discovered antique statue and from an obscure Roman deity suggests that it was theoretically possible to perceive Mens-[Greek Text Omitted] not only as a visual metaphor for a purely abstract concept but also as a benevolent supernatural being.(67) In such a case there would clearly be - given her Roman ancestry as a pagan goddess - a need also to justify her existence in Christian terms.