Porewit

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Porewit

Porewit (Latin: Poreuithus) is the West Slavic deity in Wendish mythology revered in the town of Charenza on Rugia.

Porewit was the second of the three gods, revered in Charenza, along with Rugiewit and Porenut. A wooden idol of the Porewit stood in the temple, which was dedicated to him. Porewit was depicted with five heads and without arms.