He seems to spend most of his time battling Cel s giant son Celsclan.

The Etruscans also believed the existence of their people was also limited by a timescale fixed by the gods.

Laran Etruscan god of war. It is part of the Traves Parkinson Collection - R W Traves Parkinson.

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Name of God CountryCulture God or Goddess MARS Rome god MARU PolynesianMaori god MENHIT Egypt goddess MENTHU Egypt god MENTU Egypt god.

The Roman&39;s associated this god with pluto and Dis Pater. Laran. The upper exergue has the goddess of dawn in her four-horse chariot.

It was the Lar Familiaris or household God and would have been.

Dressed in intricately worked plate armor, the figure takes a contrapposto stance and indicates that the Etruscan artist was aware of the formal elements of the Classical style of sculpture. Laran also appears to be an underworld god. Laran's consort was Turan (who would later become Venus under the Romans).

Etruscan Pantheon Aritimi - Artume-Etruscan Goddess of Human assemblies, Hunting and the mistress of animals. .

1 However, a primary source from the Roman Varro states that Veltha, not Tins, was the supreme deity of the Etruscans.

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Joining the string is a pendant, a symbol representing the god a spear. .

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Where the latter were the guardians of the dead, the Etruscan originals formed the court of Turan.

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The Etruscans also believed the existence of their people was also limited by a timescale fixed by the gods.

According to some scholars, he also seems to have. Laran. He was typically portrayed as a naked youth wearing a helmet and carrying a spear, and was associated with fire.

. Among his attributes is his responsibility to maintain peace. In Etruscan religion and mythology, Tinia (also Tin, Tinh, Tins or Tina) was the god of the sky and the highest god in Etruscan mythology, equivalent to the Roman Jupiter and the Greek Zeus. . For instance, much like the Egyptians, the Etruscans believed that survival and prosperity in the afterlife depended on the treatment of the deceaseds remains. .

For instance, much like the Egyptians, the Etruscans believed that survival and prosperity in the afterlife depended on the treatment of the deceaseds remains.

Etruscan Language and Etymology. Statue of Laran, picture by Sailko.

It had been buried in antiquity under travertine stones, perhaps ritually, and left undisturbed until its discovery in 1835.

Like many other Etruscan gods, his name is gender neutral.

Turan was the goddess of love, beauty, desire, fertility and vitality in Etruscan mythology and the patron goddess of the city of Velch.

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Punisher of broken oaths.