Tiberinus Pater

Tiberinus Pater is a figure of the mythology Roman. He was the god of the Tiber. Tiberinus is also known as the river god who found the twins Romulus and Remus and gave them to the wolf Lupa (who had just lost her own cubs) to nurse. He later rescued and married Rhea Silvia, the mother of the twins and a Vestal Virgin who had been sentenced to death. The Romans dedicated the 8 December to celebrate the father of Rome.

Tiberinus Pater

Tiberinus Pater, the Tiber father of Romulus and Remus

According to book VIII of Virgil's epic, Tiberias helped Aeneas after his arrival in Italy from Troy, suggesting that he seek an alliance with Evander de Pallene in the war against Turnus and his allies. Tiberinus appeared to Aeneas in a dream, telling him that he had arrived at his true home. Tiberinus also calmed the water so that Aeneas' boat could reach the city safely. Along with Manto, Tiberinus was the father of Ocnus.

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