The Roman goddess of war, who was for a long time ill defined and regarded as a personification of mere force, but gradually became identified with the Greek goddess of war, Enyo. She was sometimes portrayed as the wife of the god Mars and was also depicted as driving her own chariot in terrible guise, holding a torch, sword or spear in her hand, greatly resembling the traditional representation of the Furies.


Table of Sources:
- Aulus Gellius, NA 13, 23ff.
- August. CD 6, 10
- Plautus, Amphit. 42
- Stat. Theb. 5, 155