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Silvanus

Silvanus, in Roman religion, ancient pastoral deity, protector of uncultivated lands. It was also said that he was the guardian of field boundaries, flocks, and herds. Like the Greek Pan, with whom he was often identified, he could be dangerous as well as beneficent.

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Silvanus

Silvanus in Roman mythology, an Italian woodland deity identified with Pan.

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Silvanus

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