Caeculus

(from the article `Vulcan`) ...as his epithets Quietus and Mulciber (Fire Allayer) suggest. Because he was a deity of destructive fire, his temples were properly located outside ...
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Caeculus

In Roman mythology, Caeculus (meaning "little blind boy", from caecus "blind")) was a son of Vulcan, and the legendary founder of Praeneste (modern Palestrina). King Caeculus appears in Book VII of Virgil`s Aeneid as an ally of Turnus against Aeneas and the Trojans, where he is said to be the "founder of Praeneste" and described as "the so...
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