Two shepherds, avoiding the noontide heat, retire into the cave of Faunus.
Could the pipe of Horace's Faunus be sweeter than that flute?
The country around was governed by a prince named Latinus, the son of Faunus and the nymph Marica.
He was a great general like yourself, monseigneur; he has the horns of Juno and of Faunus.
The tree was sacred to Faunus, but the men of Troy had cut it, and the stump only was left.
The demi-god Faunus, who had an oracle at the Solfatara, had also an oracle on this hill.
Faunus a god of the fields and cattle-keepers, was afterwards identified with the Greek Pan.
In the case of Mars, as well as of Picus and Faunus, the same succession is followed.
The most important of those that remained was the prophetic ilex grove upon the Aventine hill, sacred to Faunus and Picus.
She professed to have received this gem from an Earth Spirit, who had appeared to her at the entrance to the Faunus mines.