Aius Locutius (or Loquens)
Aius Locutius (Or Loquens)
(the predicting speaker), in Roman mythology. In the year B.C. 390 a voice was heard in Rome which warned the Romans of the approaching Gauls. The voice was not heeded, and the Gauls destroyed the city. A temple was afterwards erected to Aius Locutius to reconcile the slighted deity.