Lares

Roman - Household gods: ancestral spirits; Good spirits: a form of Lemur, some say. Originally Etruscan guardian gods, the Lares were adopted into the Roman pantheon as spirits protecting institutions and various places. Lares Familiares protect the house and family, Lares Compitales guard crossroads or parts of the city; Lares Premarini, the city or empire; Lares Rurales, the countryside; Lares Vicorum, the streets, and so on. Another version regards the Lares as two sons of Lara by Mercury. Occasionally known as Lares, lar, lar, lares, Lases, Lases, lemur, lemur, lemures, plurlemures, Greek lamyroi, larva, sacred birds, sacred birds, birds, Ainu Ahura Mazda, Amaterasu, Apollo, Athena, Helius, Hermes, Mercury, Mithra, Nyx, Tammuz, Zas Arawn, Artemis, China, Fukurokuju, Kwannon, Mannanan, Perseus, Shou Shen, Thoth Apollo, Asclepius, Angerbode Brac, Cronus, Odin, Saturn, Yama Juno Aphrodite, Astarte Ararjatis, Ataragatis, Hachiman, Venus Dusara, Jupiter Egypt Apollo, Baba, Brahma, Dionysus, Egypt, Eros, Epona, Hera, Horus, Iris, Juno, Kaltesh, Mars, Ops, Osiris, Seb, Thoth, Vishnu Isis Apollo, Here, Tethys Zoastrianism Asclepius, Inara Ketu, Minerva Brahma, Lakshmi, Sarasvati Apollo, Melkarth Asclepius, Noah, Odin Saturn Aphrodite, Venus Hera, Sweden Aphrodite, Isis Aphrodite, Venus Aztecs, Maya Apollo, Ares Heracles, Isis, Izanagi, Izanami Ares Triptolemus Amaterasu, singlar or singlar.

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