These deities were part of the
Elabonian pantheon. The Elabonian Empire expanded its divine population by cultural appropriation of conquered peoples' gods, resulting in a diverse line-up.
Astis/Farris [ ] Astis, aka Farris was the  Elabonian goddess of love and beauty.
Literary comment: The name Astis appears to be based on Astarte or Ishtar (among other spellings), a Semitic love goddess who is sometimes identified with the Greek Aphrodite and/or the Roman Venus.
Baivers [ ]
Biton [ ]
Darza [ ] Darza was the consort of the god Dyaus. She was known for her wrath directed toward Dyaus' children by other women, such as his son Biton.
Literary comment: Darza appears to be based on Hera.
Deinos [ ] Deinos was the Elabonian god of war.
Literary comment: Deinos appears to be based on Ares, whose son was named Deimos, the Greek word for terror.
Dyaus [ ]
Mavrix [ ]
Rilyn [ ]
Rilyn was one of the more important Elabonian deities, to be named in an oath immediately after Dyaus.
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