Thank the Lares and Penates that Howard Fast wrote Spartacus for similar reasons.
Then the Semones are invoked, who, like the Lares, are gods of sowing.
Deaf is the heart to which the Lares call from the desolate floors in vain.
The Romans never sat down to eat without placing a portion aside for the Lares and Penates.
We will set up our Lares and Penates in its very centerahem!
"How glad you must be to get back to your Lares and Penates," said the Baron, smiling blandly.
It has a fourth century Shrine of the Lares, with niches for statues.
Sometimes a large altar is found, and the Lares, with their offerings, are painted on a wall above it.
It is thus interpreted by the same author:—Nos, Lares, juvate.
Beyond the impluvium is the place of a small altar for the worship of the Lares.
"Roman tutelary gods, household deities," Latin, plural of lar.