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Q: Who in Roman mythology was the mother of Virtue?
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You Roman mythology the goddess of truth the mother of Virtue?

Veritas was the Roman godess of truth and Mother of Virtue


In Roman mythology who was the GODDESS of truthand the mother of virtue?

Virtus.


Who is the mother of Veritas?

Veritas is known as the mother of virtue in Roman mythology and is the daughter of Saturn, a god. However her mother is never mentioned in myths related to her.


Goddess of truth mother of virtue?

Roman goddess of Truth and Virtue - Veritas.


Who is Cupid's Mother in Roman Mythology?

Venus


Who was plutos mother?

Pluto's mother was Demeter, the goddess of agriculture and fertility in Greek mythology. She was also known as Ceres in Roman mythology.


What is Ceres the goddess mother?

The mother of the Roman goddess Ceres was called Ops/Opis. The husband of Opis in Roman mythology was Saturn.


Who is the Roman goddess of truth and the mother of Virtue?

Veritas! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Veritas


What has the author M A Dwight written?

M. A. Dwight has written: 'Grecian and Roman mythology for schools' -- subject(s): Classical Mythology 'Grecian and Roman mythology' -- subject(s): Greek Mythology, Roman Mythology 'Grecian and Roman mythology' -- subject(s): Classical Mythology, Greek Mythology, Roman Mythology


What are the sects of roman mythology?

Roman mythology did not have sects.


Who was Venus' mother?

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Who is the Roman goddess terra?

The goddess, Terra, was the Roman goddess of personifying the earth. In Greek Mythology, she is also known as Gaea, or Mother Earth. She is the oldest Greek Goddess, and is the mother of the Titans, and the Giants.