Vulcanus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- the Roman god of fire, equivalent to the Greek Hephaestus
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if you are secured by Vulcanian armour, that is to say
ver tricks by the aid of Vulcanus, bestowed this on t
honour] near the courtyard of Vulcanus. [He dedicat
(early 1st cent.) -split Day. G Festival: of Vulcanus. No Business;
Mercurius Jovis Neptunus Vulcanus Apollo  & Speech of
eat crackle the breeze blew up Vulcan's blaze.  SCHOL
had killed Cacus the son of Vulcanus. Then Latinus was
ith all speed will it catch at Vulcan's flame. [51-2] Prep
days in the precinct of Vulcan and for the same number
In the precinct of Vulcan and Concord it rained blood.
because it is sacred to Vulcan, on it being a hill
from Aethiops the son of Vulcan. It is by no means
night on the Festival of Vulcan, & not for luck but from
ith it all," cried Vulcan, "and cease the task you have
[11e.3] The statue of Vulcan, made by the hands of
Praxiteles portrayed the wife of Vulcan in marble in the temple
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