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  • Regardless, the Roman equivalent is Veiovis please read the link.

    Erecting an Etruscan temple

  • Capitoline Hill is a tidy little temple to Veiovis, a youthful Jove of the underworld, among the most ancient gods of the Roman pantheon.

    Underground Rome

  • Thus the enemy is made the victim, and this is why the only gods invoked are the Di Inferi, Dis pater, Veiovis, Manes, while in the older formula it is the gods of Romans and

    The Religious Experience of the Roman People From the Earliest Times to the Age of Augustus

  • David Chalue, 44, and Caius Veiovis, 31, also have been charged with murder, kidnapping, and intimidation of a witness in the triple murder, Capeless said.

    msnbc.com: Top msnbc.com headlines

  • Lawyers for Chalue and Veiovis, who is also known as Roy Gutfinski, declined to comment on the allegations.

    The Seattle Times

  • Hall and his two associates, David Chalue, 44, and Caius Veiovis, 31, entered not guilty pleas to murder, kidnapping and other charges and were ordered held without bail during their arraignments in District Court in Pittsfield on Monday.

    The Seattle Times

  • Police also said tests on the inside of Veiovis' vehicle came up positive for the presence of blood, although whose blood isn't clear.

    The Seattle Times

  • David Chalue, 44, and Caius Veiovis, 31, also were charged with the same counts in the triple murder.

    Reuters: Press Release

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