Bona Dea

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Bona Dea was a goddess in ancient Roman Religion. She was the goddess of chastity and fertility. Her name means "The Good Goddess". Male writers did not know a lot about her. Her festivals were only attended by females.[1]

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  1. Versnel, H. S. (1992). "The Festival for Bona Dea and the Thesmophoria". Greece & Rome. 39 (1): 31–55. doi:10.1017/S0017383500023974. ISSN 1477-4550. S2CID 162683316.