Vejovis

A genus of scorpions (the so-called devil scorpions of North America), including Vejovis spinigerus, the stripe-tailed devil scorpion; Vejovis carolinianus, the southern devil scorpion; and Vejovis flavus, the slender devil scorpion. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Vejovis

in Roman religion, a god of uncertain attributes, worshiped at Rome between the two summits of the Capitoline Hill (the Arx and the Capitol) and on ...
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Vejovis

Type: Term Pronunciation: vē-jō′vis Definitions: 1. A genus of scorpions (the so-called devil scorpions of North America), including Vejovis spinigerus, the stripe-tailed devil scorpion; Vejovis carolinianus, the southern devil scorpion; and Vejovis flavus, the slender devil scorpion.
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Vejovis

==Representation and worship== ===Sacrifices=== In spring, goats were sacrificed to him to avert plagues. Aulus Gellius informs us that Vejovis received the sacrifice of a female goat, sacrificed ritu humano; this obscure phrase could either mean `after the manner of a human sacrifice` or `in the manner of a burial.` ==Antecedents== The studie...
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Vejovis

ancient Roman healing god eventually linked to Asclepius.
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