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In Etruscan mythology, Tinia was the highest god of the skies, husband to Thalna or Uni.

He was part of the powerful triumvirate of gods, including Menrva and Uni. He was associated with lightning, spears and scepters.

With Uni, he was the father of Hercle.

He was the equivalent of the Roman Jupiter and the Greek Zeus.

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