Sospita and the Griffin and more

(Or Gryphon.  Spelling variations make searching for coins on my blog a pain.)Capture.JPG

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RRC 384/1

Update 1-20-23:

This post should have had Lanuvium, Lavinium, Juno, and Papius as key words.

I must read more about the Pantanacci finds.

Carroll, Maureen. 2019. “MATER MATUTA, ‘FERTILITY CULTS’ AND THE INTEGRATION OF WOMEN IN RELIGIOUS LIFE IN ITALY IN THE FOURTH TO FIRST CENTURIES BC.” Papers of the British School at Rome 87 (10): 1-45. doi:https://doi.org/10.1017/S0068246218000399.

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