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This page is about the Roman river-god. For Vulturnus, the Roman god of the east wind, see Anemoi. For the University of Maine-developed VolturnUS, see VolturnUS (floating wind turbine).

In Roman mythology, Volturnus was a god of the waters, probably derived from a local Samnite cult. His festival, Volturnalia, was held on August 27.

The Volturno river in Campania is named in his honour.