Fortuna Virilis is one of the many aspects of the Roman Goddess of Luck and Chance, Fortuna. Her title means “Manly” or “Virile”, and it can be supposed that She made boys into men by making them strong and robust, and watching over them through the difficulties of puberty. She was connected with the Love-Goddess Venus (who also “makes boys into men”, albeit in a rather different way), and She was worshipped with Venus at the festival of the Veneralia.
Greek: Ἀγλαΐα) is the name of five figures in Greek mythology.
Aglaea or Aglaïa was the goddess of beauty, splendour, glory, magnificence and adornment.
The youngest of the Charites, Aglaea or Aglaia (“splendor, brilliant, shining one”) was Hephaestus’ wife and Asclepius’ daughter in Greek mythology.
She was one of the three Kharites (Graces) who often appears dancing in a circle with her sisters. Aglaia was the wife of the god Hephaistos and the mother of the four younger Kharites named Good-Repute, Praise, Eloquence and Welcome. She was also named Kharis (the Grace) and Kale (Beauty).
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Caia Caecilia, also called Gaia Caecilia, is a Roman Goddess of Fire, the Hearth, Healing and Women. Two seperate, though ultimately linked, Goddesses were known as Caia: Caia Taracia, and Caia Caecilia, also known as Tanaquil, an early Roman Queen (though some said Caia Caecilia referred to Tanaquil’s deified daughter-in-law, rather than Tanaquil herself). Caia Taracia was a Vestal Virgin who was remembered for having given a large amount of land to the city of Rome; much like Acca Larentia, She was honored for the gift after Her death, and a statue was dedicated to Her. There is evidence that the stories of Acca Larentia and Caia Taracia are from the same root-one of the territories (ager) given by Acca Larentia to Rome was called the Ager Turax, and “Turax” is a version of “Taracia”.
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