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- Mefitis is the Samnite goddess of the foul-smelling gases of the earth. The Samnites occupied central Italy before the rise of Rome. Mefitis was worshipped...
- and Torella dei Lombardi. It was named after the ancient Italic goddess Mefitis, venerated by the people of Hirpini, and counts some ruins of a sanctuary...
- Mephitis may refer to: Mephitis (genus), a genus of skunks Mefitis or Mephitis, a Roman goddess...
- Mefite may refer to: Mefite, alternative name for Mefitis, goddess of foul-smelling g****es from the earth A member of MetaFilter, a community weblog Mefite...
- Lympha Magna Dea Mana Genita Mania Mater Larum Mater Matuta Meditrina Mefitis Mellona Minerva Molae Moneta Morta Murcia Nascio Necessitas Nerio Nona...
- goddess of healing, introduced to account for the festival of Meditrinalia. Mefitis or Mephitis, goddess and personification of poisonous gases and volcanic...
- University Press. p. 44.  "Basilicata - On the waterways: Basilicata land of Mefitis". expo2015.org. Retrieved 26 March 2016.  Edward Lear, Diario di un viaggio...
- the cult of Dea Febris, a goddess of illness; a shrine to the goddess Mefitis, ****ociated with toxic gases emitted from the earth; and an altar of Mala...
- knew and offered a cult to other such deities: among them Febris, Tussis, Mefitis. G. Piccaluga "L' anti-Juppiter" in Studi e Materiali di Storia delle...
- Lucani (used from the 5th century BC onwards) and dedicated to the goddess Mefitis. Reconstructions of the settlement and the sanctuary are in the Museo delle...
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