Lectisternium

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A '''''lectisternium''''' is a banquet of the [[gods]], where the statues of the gods were put upon cushions, and where these statues were offered meals. The number 12 was taken from the [[Etruscan]]s, which also worshipped a main pantheon of twelve gods. Nevertheless, the ''[[Dii Consentes]]'' were not identified with Etruscan deities but rather with the Greek Olympian gods (though the original character of the Roman gods was different from the Greek, having no myths traditionally associated). The twelve ''Dii Consentes'' are lead by the first three, which for the '''Capitoline Triad'''. These are the three cornerstones of [[Roman religion]], whose rites were conducted in the [[Capitolium Vetus]] on the [[Capitoline Hill]].
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A '''''lectisternium''''' is a banquet of the [[gods]], where the statues of the gods were put upon cushions, and where these statues were offered meals.  
  
 
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A lectisternium is a banquet of the gods, where the statues of the gods were put upon cushions, and where these statues were offered meals.

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