or, more fully, divus pater Falacer,
is mentioned by Varro (de L. L.
5.84, 7.45) as an ancient and forgotten Italian divinity, whom Hartung (Die Rel. d. Röm
ii. p. 9) is inclined to consider to be the same as Jupiter, since falandum
according to Festus, was the Etruscan name for "heaven."