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In Etruscan mythology, Selvans was god of the woodlands, cognate with Roman Silvanus. His name is 10th on the list of 16 gods on the outer rim of the Piacenza Liver (a bronze model of a sheep’s liver used as a reference or teaching tool for divination).
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