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Tūtānus , i, m. id.,
I.the name of a Roman guardian deity, who is fabled to have put Hannibal to flight, Varr. ap. Non. 47 fin.; cf. Becker, Antiq. 4, p. 14; and v. Tutelina.—Plur.: “Titanas vobis Tutanos dicitis esse,Commod. 20, 1.
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