Clúsio

Rei: Osínio

As terras de Clúsio são hoje governadas pelo rei Osínio que remonta a um clã de profetas de magia proibida chamados de Marruvianos.

Em construção. Osinius. King from Clusium in Italy. To his ship Hera led Turnus (who was pursuing the phantom of Aeneas that she had fashioned) in order to take him out of the battle [Vir.Aen.10.655].

 

Aulestes

Aulestes was a Tuscan king, ally of Aeneas in Italy. He was slain by Messapus, an ally of Aeneas’ opponent Turnus [Vir.Aen.10.207, 12.289]

 

Cácio e Pinário

Cacius. After Heracles 1 had passed through Liguria and the lands of the Tyrrhenians in Italy he came to the river Tiber and the Palatine Hill. Here he was received and welcomed by some notable men, among which Cacius and Pinarius. For that reason a passage on the Palatine with a stairway of stone was called after him “Steps of Cacius” [Dio.4.21.2].

 

Clono

Clonus, son of Eurytus 11, is he who made the belt of Pallas 6 which was taken by Turnus, the man who opposed Aeneas in Italy, for spoils [Vir.Aen.10.499].

 

Gílipo

Woman 12 Etruscan, whose nine sons were in Aeneas‘ army in Italy. Her husband was Gylippus [Vir.Aen.12.272].

 

Flufuns

A fun name for a fun God of frolics and feasting. He’s a highly popular drinking deity. Is there any other kind?
In the best BACCHUS fashion, he’s still very much in vogue in the Tuscany Vineyards under the name of Faflon. We will most certainly drink to that.