The Latins named it Picus, whose brother (or double), Pilumnus, was the god of bakers and millers.
Damon too is led back by an evil conscience, and Pilumnus likewise appears.
Picumnus and Pilumnus were two household divinities of the Romans, who were the special presiding deities of new-born infants.
Claius, in his anxiety to make Amarillis reveal her assassin, betrays his own identity, to the joy of his old enemy Pilumnus.
Then there was Pilumnus, who was the first to make cheese, and became the god of bakers.
Pilumnus was an ancient Latin god, and an ancestor of Turnus.