The name of Hersilia after her apotheosis. She went up the hill of Romulus, and a star descended which took her up in the air. There she was received by the founder of the Roman state who changed her old time form and with the form her name. He called her Hora and let her become a goddess, now the mate of Quirinus.
- Ennius. Annales, 117. Gellius. Noctes Atticae xii, 22.2. Ovid. Metamorphoses xiv, 851.