"One who drives away." In inscriptions, an epithet of the god Jupiter, as the averter of evil (cp. Averruncus, Alexicacus). An altar to Jupiter Depulsor was said to have been erected by Claudius on the Capitol in 45 CE.
- Phlegon of Tralles. On marvelous things, 6.
- von Orelli, J.C. (1828). Inscriptionum Latinarum Selectarum Collectio, 2232 al.