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Dea

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Dea est numen femininum, cuius potestas superna vel voluntas divina ad vitam humanam ac praecipue ad terram pertinet. Deae aut immanentes aut transcendentes sunt; id est, aut praesentes et agentes in mundo quem sensuum experientia cognoscere possumus, aut ex naturae ratione minime suspensae ultra mundum materialem soli menti meditanti exsistentes.

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  • Dexter, Miriam Robbins, et Victor Mair. 2010. Sacred Display: Divine and Magical Female Figures of Eurasia. Cambria Press.
  • Barnhart, Robert K. 1995. The Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology: the Origins of American English Words. Novi Eboraci: HarperCollins. ISBN 0-06-270084-7.
  • Gorshunova, Olga V. 2008. Svjashennye derevja Khodzhi Barora [Arbores sacrae Khodzhi Baror: Phytolatria et Cultus Deitatis Muliebris in Media Asia]. Etnoragraficheskoe Obozrenie 1: 71–82. ISSN 0869-5415. (Russice)
  • Taheri, Sadreddin. 2014. Goddesses in Iranian Culture and Mythology. Tehranisr: Roshangaran va Motale’at-e Zanan Publications. ISBN 9789641940821.