A class of divinity used with epithets: mariś turans, mariś husurnana, mariś menitla, mariś halna, mariś isminthians.

The appearances in art are varied: a man, a youth, a group of babies cared for by Menrva.

Etruscan nymph believed to have power over lightnings; she was also said to have composed a tract known as Ars Fulguritarum ("Art of the Thunderstruck"), which was included in the Roman pagan canon, along with the Sibylline Books.

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Almost every culture in the world has stories about some sort of mythological animals.

Here is a guide to some of the more fantastical creatures found in both Eastern and Western myths.

A further epithet, Calusna (of Calu), hints at a connection to wolves or dogs and the underworld.

The corresponding region in Martianus Capella is ruled by Sancus, an Italic god and Sabine progenitor, who had a temple on the Quirinal Hill, and appears on an Etruscan boundary stone in the expression Selvans Sanchuneta, in which Sanchuneta seems to refer to the oaths establishing the boundary.

The Roman god, Mars, is believed to have come from this name. the protecting spirits of war, represented as armed heroes, tend to coalesce into a single deity, the Etrusco-Roman Mars, on the model of the Greek god Ares."God who appears in the expression Selvansl Tularias, "Selvans of the boundaries", which identifies him as a god of boundaries.

Pallottino refers to the formation of a god by "... The name is either borrowed from the Roman god, Silvanus or the original source of the Roman god's name.

Uni was the equivalent of the Roman Juno, whose name Uni may be derived from, and the Greek Hera.

Etruscan deity, possible state god of the Etruscan league of Etruria, the Voltumna in the Latin expression Fanum Voltumnae, "shrine of Voltumna", which was their meeting place, believed located at Orvieto.

Ahti is capable of taking the form of another sea creature to better understand them.