or Re·a Sil·via
[ ree-uh-sil-vee-uh ]
/ ˈri ə ˈsɪl vi ə /
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noun Roman Legend.
a vestal virgin who became the mother, by Mars, of Romulus and Remus.
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Then you are equally bound to crush all, who refuse to acknowledge the love passages of Mars and Rhea Silvia as facts!Quintus Claudius, Volume 2 of 2|Ernst Eckstein
So there was great anger when Rhea Silvia became the mother of twin boys, and, moreover, said that her husband was the god Mars.Young Folks' History of Rome|Charlotte Mary Yonge
British Dictionary definitions for Rhea Silvia
/ (ˈsɪlvɪə) /
Roman myth the mother of Romulus and Remus by MarsSee also Ilia
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