He does outrage to a Bona Dea: she to the monasticism of the Court of Law: and he and she awaken unhallowed emotions.
In the mysteries of that inner Bona Dea, speech is male, and may not enter.
A picture of the shameful Clodius at the feast of Bona Dea arose before me.
On what mysteries had I ventured, and what was to be the punishment of my temerity in the very shrine of the Bona Dea?
Eventually this new title Bona Dea crowded out the old title Fauna, so that it was almost entirely forgotten.
This gave rise to ill-feeling, and hurt Cicero much worse than the dishonor done to the Bona Dea.
Topsparkle called these assemblies the mysteries of the Bona Dea.
An antiquary of that county considers this a relic of Roman paganism, connected with the worship of Bona Dea.
The ken-no has a more ancient source, and perhaps the custom may be derived from the secret rites of the Bona Dea.
There was also a goddess called Fauna, or Bona Dea (good goddess).