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Tiberinus

In Roman and Greek mythology, Tiberinus was one of the Oceanids and a genius who lived in the Roman river Tiber.

According to the legend, he helped Aeneas in his travel from Troy, suggested him to land in Latium (see founding of Rome) and gave him much other precious advice.

With Manto, he was the father of Ocnus.

He was worshipped at the Volturnia[?], the festival of Volturnus.



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