Silvanus in Wikipedia
Silvanus (Latin: "of the woods") was a Roman tutelary spirit
or deity of woods and fields. As protector of forests
(sylvestris deus), he especially presided over plantations and
delighted in trees growing wild. He is also
described as a god watching over the fields and husbandmen,
protecting in particular the boundaries of fields. He was
apparently inherited from the Etruscan deity Selvans.
Silvanus is described as the divinity protecting the flocks of
cattle, warding off wolves, and promoting their
fertility. Hyginus states that Silvanus was the
first to set up stones to mark the limits of fields, and that
every estate had three Silvani:...