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Turiacus was a Celtic god of power in Lusitanian mythology, in the cultural area of Gallaecia and Lusitania (in the territory of modern Galicia (Spain) and Portugal). Turiacus seems to have been particularly worshiped by the Grovii, a people of Gallaecia.
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