In Roman mythology, Suadela (or Suada) was a goddess of persuasion, particularly in romance, seduction and love. She was strongly associated with Venus. Her Greek name was Peitho. Sometimes she is associated with or counted as one of the Graces.
- Mayo, Robert (1819). A new system of mythology: in three volumes; giving a full account of the idolatry of the pagan world; Vol. 3. Philadelphia.
- Francis Lieber, ed. (1835). "Suada, or Suadela". Encyclopædia Americana. 12 ("New Edition" ed.). Philadelphia. p. 37.
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