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Venus was the Roman goddess of love, of wedded love, and of beauty (originally of the spring), and is the Roman Mythology equivalent to the Greek  Aphrodite; she was regarded as the tutelary goddess of Rome, and had a temple to her honor in the Forum.<ref>{{Nuttall|Venus}}</ref>
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Venus was the [[idolatry|false]] Roman goddess of love, of wedded love, and of beauty (originally of the spring), and is the Roman Mythology equivalent to the Greek  Aphrodite; she was regarded as the tutelary goddess of Rome, and had a temple to her honor in the Forum.<ref>{{Nuttall|Venus}}</ref>
  
 
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Venus was the false Roman goddess of love, of wedded love, and of beauty (originally of the spring), and is the Roman Mythology equivalent to the Greek Aphrodite; she was regarded as the tutelary goddess of Rome, and had a temple to her honor in the Forum.[1]

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  1. Nuttall Encyclopedia of General Knowledge, article on Venus originally published in 1907 written by Reverend James Wood