Pales in Wikipedia
In Roman mythology, Pales was a deity of shepherds, flocks and
livestock. Regarded as a male by some sources and a female by
others, and even possibly as a pair of deities (as Pales could
be either singular or plural in Latin).
Pales' festival, called the Parilia, was celebrated on April
21. Cattle were driven through bonfires on this day. Another
festival to Pales, apparently dedicated "to the two Pales"
(Palibus duobus) was held on July 7.
Marcus Atilius Regulus built a temple to Pales in Rome
following his victory over the Salentini in 267 BC. It is
generally thought to have been located on the Palatine Hill,
but, being a victory monument, it may have been located on the
route of the triumphal procession, either on the Campus
Martius or the Aventine Hill. - Wikipedia
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