SALUS , in
See also:mythology the personification of
See also:health and prosperity . In 302 B.C. a
See also:temple was dedicated to Salus on the Quirinal (
See also:Livy x . 1); and in later times public prayers were offered to her on behalf of the emperor and the Roman
See also:people at the beginning of the
See also:year, in
See also:time of sickness, and on the emperor's birthday . In 18o B.C., on the occasion of a plague, vows were made to
See also:Aesculapius and Salus (Livy xl . 37) . Here the
See also:special attribute of the goddess appears to be health; and in later times she was identified with the Greek goddess of health,
See also:Hygieia .
SALTYKOV (STCHEDRIN), MICHAEL EVGRAFOVICH (1826-(18...
SALUTATIONS, or GREETINGS
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