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Mater Matuta (Roman deity)

LC control no.no2017053075
Descriptive conventionsrda
Personal name headingMater Matuta (Roman deity)
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Variant(s)Ma tu ta (Roman deity)
Matuta (Roman deity)
Matuta, Mater (Roman deity)
Μάτερ Ματούτα (Roman deity)
Матер Матута (Roman deity)
Матута (Roman deity)
马图塔 (Roman deity)
See alsoEos (Greek deity)
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Aurora (Roman deity)
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Associated countryRome
Field of activitySun--Rising and setting
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inNievo, Stanislao. Mater Matuta, 1998.
Wikipedia, 25 April 2017 (Mater Matuta; indigenous Latin goddess; the Romans made her equivalent to the dawn goddess Aurora and the Greek goddess Eos; her most famous temple was located at Satricum; she also had a temple in Rome; her festival was the Matralia, celebrated June 11; other forms of name: Μάτερ Ματούτα)
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