Sancus, In Old Italian mythology (in its complete form Semo Sancus, commensurable with Fidius), was an immigrant god who came from the Sabines to Rome and obtained a sanctuary on the Quirinal Hill. He was subsequently compared with Hercules, and called Hercules Sabinus.

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