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Iberian. A weather deity, often conflated with Jupiter.
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- Eacus (god) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Eacus is a weather god worshipped in Iberian Spain. He is known from the area of Castile and was syncretised with the local Roman deity Jupiter Solutorius.
- Eacus definition of Eacus in the Free Online Encyclopedia.
- Aeacus in Greek mythology, son of Zeus Zeus , in Greek religion and mythology, son and successor of Kronos as supreme god.
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