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Indigetem. Cf. Liv. I. ii. 6. Aeneas was either drowned in the Numicius or killed in the battle on its banks, and was subsequently worshipped there as Pater Indiges or Juppiter Indiges. Seeley (on Liv. l.c.) quotes from Dionysius I. 64 a version of the inscription at his chapel, “Πατρὸς Θεοῦ Χθονίου ῾Ὸς Ποταμοῦ Νομικίου ῥεῦμα διέπει”.

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