Venilia (pronounced //, or as Latin Venīlia) is a Roman deity associated with the winds and the sea. According to Virgil and Ovid, she was a nymph, the sister of Amata and the wife of Janus (or Faunus), with whom she had three children: Turnus, Juturna, and Canens.
- Neptune, Venilia, and Triton Fountain, Library of Congress, Washington DC
- Venilia and Horse, Library of Congress, Washington DC
- Venilia and Horse, detail
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