Hersilia, Hora

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Hersilia was a character in the founding myth of Rome in Roman mythology.

It is said that she put an end to the conflict between Rome and the Sabines. She was Quirinus‘ spouse.

Featured image: Hersilia from a detail of The Intervention of the Sabine Women, Jacques-Louis David (1799)

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