In 62 BC Pompeia hosted the festival of the Bona Dea
, which no man was permitted to attend.
Chapter 5, "Religious Activities of Gentile Women and God-Fearers," includes an in-depth examination of the Vestal virgins and the Bona Dea
cult, which was for women only.
In 62 BC she hosted the festival of the Bona Dea
(' good goddess'), to which no man was permitted to attend.
A case in point is the worship of Bona Dea
("the Good Goddess").
Stila Nail Shimmer in Bona Dea
: More pink than peach, this is very shiny and transparent, and light reflective.
Saint Cecilia in Trastevere is near the site of a late-antique shrine to the Roman goddess Bona Dea
, a proto-feminist healer whose cult Connolly thinks was absorbed into that of the saint.
In both sections Connolly advances the novel argument that Cecilia came into being, as it were, out of the pagan cult of the Bona Dea
oclata, the Good Goddess with the Eye, whose ancient shrine near what became the titular church of S.
For instance, in her treatment of the Bona Dea
scandal, which in her account of the lost generation represents the entree of Curio (and the others to whom Cicero refers with his shorthand expression barbatuli iuvenes), she confuses the unsuccessful rogatio Pupia Valeria with the Lex Fufia, the measure which actually established the tribunal to try Clodius (cf.
Cicero had disproved Clodius's alibi when the latter was accused of profaning the rites of the Bona Dea
by attending them in disguise, and, though through bribery Clodius was acquitted, he hated Cicero and harassed him from then on.
Moving the discussion in a practical direction, Ramiz Shirimov, ICT architect at Bona Dea
International Hospital, shared a use case wherein advanced IT was implemented to provide all patients with the highest quality of care.