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Myth Monday - Vediovis

By June 4, 2012

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Vediovis (aka Vedius, Vejove, or Veiovis) is a puzzling Roman god, thought to have come to the Romans in their pre-Republican period, from the Latins and Sabines.... Read more

Previous 2012 Myth Mondays:

  1. Hercules Hurls His Guest
  2. Scylla
  3. Olympics Origins II: Myrtilos
  4. Hercules the Giant-Killer
  5. The First Tyrant
  6. The King and the Harpies
  7. The Dawn Goddess Loves a Mortal
  8. Vediovis
  9. Even a Boar Wishes to Kiss Adonis
  10. Hero and Leander
  11. Who Were the Argonauts?
  12. The Chimera
  13. Narcissus and Echo
  14. How Perseus Fits In
  15. Hesiod and the Bestiary
  16. The First Olympics Origins I
  17. Dionysus and the Return of Hephaestus
  18. Zeus, the Recent Victor of the Titanomachy, Wins Once More in Hesiod's 'Theogony'
  19. Atlas, the Titan Who Didn't Shrug
  20. Troilus and ... Polyxena

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November 23, 2010 at 6:01 am
(1) Sandy says:

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday.
It gives me a chance to reflect on the year past and year future.
Each November I make my “top 10″ list of people/events to be grateful for.
Your column today is one reason that you, N. S. Gill are in that category, this year and every year.
In my research, often intuitively done, I find your choice of subjects inspiring when it comes to delving into the lives of the Romans and Greeks. You take me to places I wouldn’t necessarily have gone to – Vediovis, for instance.
I’m not quite sure when or how I found your website, but I AM eternally grateful.

Thank you.
Happy Holiday to you!

November 23, 2010 at 7:21 am
(2) NS Gill says:

Thank you so much! I hope you have a happy Thanksgiving.

May 13, 2012 at 7:49 am
(3) Rachel says:

ISN’T THIS SUPPOSED TO BE GREEK MYTHOloGY NOT ROME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

May 13, 2012 at 8:23 am
(4) ancienthistory says:

Rachel – No. What gave you that idea?

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