Vulcan (meethologie)

Vulcan (Laitin: Volcānus or Vulcānus; pronoonced [wɔlˈkaːnʊs], [wʊlˈkaːnʊs]) is the god o fire[1] includin the fire o volcanoes, metalwirkin, an the forge in auncient Roman releegion an meeth.

Vulcan
God o fire, metalwirkin, an the forge
Statuette Vulcanus MBA Lyon A1981.jpg
Vulcan, wearin an exomis (tunic) an pilos (conical hat), c. 1st century AD.
SymbolBlacksmith's haimer
TemplesVulcanal
Festivalsthe Vulcanalia
ParentsJupiter an Juno

ReferencesEedit

  1. Georges Dumézil (1996) [1966]. Archaic Roman Religion: Volume One. trans. Philip Krapp. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. pp. 320–321. ISBN 0-8018-5482-2.