Roman - An Etruscan deity or first man. He was said to have been uncovered when a field was being ploughed and took the form of a grey-headed child of immense wisdom which he passed on to the rulers of Etruscan cities. He then returned to the earth from which he arose. His words were passed down the generations and recorded in the Twelve Books of Tages. In some accounts, the ploughman was Tarchon while others say that Tages is the same as Tarchies. In some references, referred to as Tages.


Roman - Etruscan deities. These beings take their name from the deity, Tages, and were said to read the future from the entrails of animals. Occasionally known as tages.

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