ANXURUS

An Italian divinity, who was worshipped in a grove near Anxur (Terracina) together with Feronia. He was regarded as a youthful Jupiter, and Feronia as Juno. (Serv. ad Aen. vii. 799.) On coins his name appears as Axur or Anxur. (Drakenborch, ad Sil. Ital. viii. 392; Morell. Thesaur. Num. ii. tab. 2.)