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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.[1] Sometimes she is associated with or counted as one of the Graces.[2]


  1. ^ 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. 
  2. ^ Francis Lieber, ed. (1835). "Suada, or Suadela". Encyclopædia Americana. 12 ("New Edition" ed.). Philadelphia. p. 37.