The god of a river in Latium, in the neighborhood of Rome, to whom the augurs prayed to. In the Almo river, the priests of Cybele annually washed, on April 12, the image and sacred implements of the temple of that goddess. The nymph Lara (Larunda) is mentioned by Ovid as his daughter.
- Cicero. On the Nature of the Gods iii, 17; comp. Varro. On the Latin Language v, 71 (ed. Müller).
- M. Annaeus Lucanus. Pharsalia i, 600.
- Ovid. Fasti ii, 601; iv, 337; vi, 340.
- Smith, William. (1870). Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology. London: Taylor, Walton, and Maberly.