Talk:Rhea Silvia

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Yeah but you see Rhea Silvia never forgot Mars her first love so she returned to him and know they rule the sky despite of his mother the goddess Juno Tiberinus took other Vestal for a wife after Rhe aleft him

Please sign your comments next time. Mermaid from the Baltic Sea 22:25, 3 January 2007 (UTC)

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Maybe their is supposed to be some association with the greek godess rhea. Roman legendry is directlly influenced by greek , and possibly vise-versa also. A little known fact in antiquitty all ra the sun god references where rea meaning re-ja "rea son of". extremmally well venerated in legendry rachal, ruth, rhea, all variants other that the masculine re-a "rea son of" where frowned upon and effemulated unless apearing with the T or B form of "son of light" or the f-ph signifing something to do with egypt not sure what yet though. sometime the ja or a part was left out with whom rea was the son of placed their instead just accepted as the masculine form. It has to do with phonetics and translations of languages. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 207.14.129.149 (talk) 08:35, August 24, 2007 (UTC)

Just fixed formatting with no association to the unsigned statement above. --Doug talk 12:33, 14 December 2007 (UTC)