Ataegina: a peninsular deity
Cristina Lopes  1@  
1 : University of Lisboa

This article presents lines of research for aspects that seem more relevant about the peninsular deity Ataegina. This divinity appears, in many respects, as an exceptional case of the Indigenous Iberian religion. Namely, in the variants of her nomenclature, geographical extension, iconography and iconology of the divinity. This contribution is also including the thematic of her cult, yet poorly understood, in Merida, close to Proserpina as a private worship and connected to the emeritenses elites and their appropriation of the Lucus Feroniae.

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