The epigraphical documentation relating to the cult of Diana, capable of much iconography implications as topographic together with a detail taken from the Passio of the martyrs of the Val di Non seems to support the hypothesis that also existed in Brixia places where people practed worship: shrines and gardens sacred areas outdoors as well as read the information betrayed by local scholars of the seventeenth century of a temple to Diana, legendarily identified the site of the basilica of the patrons.

Migliorati, G., Ipotesi per il culto di Diana a Brixia. Tra epigrafia ed erudizione seicentesca, <<EPIGRAPHICA>>, 2016; 78 (2016): 299-314 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/83045]

Ipotesi per il culto di Diana a Brixia. Tra epigrafia ed erudizione seicentesca

Migliorati, Guido
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2016

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The epigraphical documentation relating to the cult of Diana, capable of much iconography implications as topographic together with a detail taken from the Passio of the martyrs of the Val di Non seems to support the hypothesis that also existed in Brixia places where people practed worship: shrines and gardens sacred areas outdoors as well as read the information betrayed by local scholars of the seventeenth century of a temple to Diana, legendarily identified the site of the basilica of the patrons.
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Migliorati, G., Ipotesi per il culto di Diana a Brixia. Tra epigrafia ed erudizione seicentesca, <<EPIGRAPHICA>>, 2016; 78 (2016): 299-314 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/83045]
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