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In Wendish mythology Karewit is the protector of the ancient town of Charenza on Rugia. Depicted alone, his naked statue has a head with two faces, an oxen's head on his chest and a rooster's head on his belly. Depicted together with Rugiewit, he has six heads, four male and two female ones. His chest sports a lion's head.
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