Others ascribe to her the likeness of a dog, a bull, and a lion. Virgil and Claudian also mention her three countenances. aquot;% This was a still more remote corruption of the Egyptian theology. Proserpine was another three- headed idol of Rome.
|Title||:||Horae Solitariae, or essays upon some remarkable Names and Titles of Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit, occurring in the Old and New Testaments, and declarative of their essential Divintiy and Gracious offices in the Redemption and Salvation of Men ...|