Agé (or Age[1]) is a god in the mythology of the Fon people of Africa. He is the son of Mawu-Lisa. Agé is the patron god of hunters, the wilderness, and the animals within it.[1] He is the fourth-born son of Mawu-Lisa. When she divided up the realms of the universe among her children, she gave Agé command of the game animals and birds and put him in charge of uninhabited land.[2]

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  1. ^ a b Sherman, Josepha, Storytelling: An Encyclopedia of Mythology and Folklore, Routledge (2015), p.500 ISBN 9781317459385 [1]
  2. ^ Lynch, Patricia Ann, African Mythology A-Z, Second Edition, p. 4, Chelsea House Publishers, 2010. ISBN 9780816048922