Bellona in Wikipedia
Bellona was an Ancient Roman war goddess. She is believed to
be one of the numinous gods of the Romans (without a
particular mythology and possibly of Etruscan origin), and is
supposed by many to have been the Romans' original war deity,
predating the identification of Mars with Ares. She
accompanied Mars into battle and is taken variously as his
sister, wife or daughter. She is also (as at her temple in
Ostia) syncretized with Magna Mater. She is also the mother of
Romulus and Remus, The legendary founders of Rome.
Bellona's attribute is a sword and she is depicted wearing a
helmet and armed with a spear and a torch.
Politically, all Senate meetings relating to foreign war were
conducted in the Templum Bellonae (Temple of Bellona) on the
Collis Capitolinus outside the pomerium...
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