Faunus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Faunus   - an ancient Latin king, later worshipped as a god
Wikipedia entry
  + Fauns
194/20 dedicated to Juno Matuta, Faunus, Fortuna Primigenia, and Jupiter.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_71 ountrymen? & Such as the Fauns and rustic Bards composed,
Cic:Brut_75 proudly ranks among the Fauns and rustic Bards, affords
CIL_add.7 (early 1st cent.)   iness. B Ides. Festival: of Faunus. C No Busines
Ennius:Ann_231 unts among the seers and Fauns, gives delight as though
Ennius:Ann_232 ich once upon a time the Fauns and Seers used to sing, whe
Ennius:Ann_235 ich once upon a time the Fauns and seers used to sing,'
Euseb]:Chron_283 years. After him Faunus the son of Picus [was king] for
Just_43.1 descent, they say that Faunus was king, in whose time
Naev:Pun_18 CROBIUS : 'Wood-haunting Fauns.' Naevius in the first book

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