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- gurzil — or agurzil — was a war deity of the ancient berbers . in berber mythology , gurzil was a bull-shaped war god who became identified
- before romanization : they had war deities such as gurzil and ifri . they honored the war goddess ifri or ifru who was considered to be the
- according to corippus, they were still pagan, and worshipped gurzil, who is identified as the son of amun and of a cow (iohannis ii.109–
- male personification of rain water (74); from a byzantine source: gurzil, bull god with stone idol (74-75), sinifere, war god (74),
- male personification of rain water (74); from a byzantine source: gurzil, bull god with stone idol (74-75), sinifere, war god (74),
- which may have been dedicated to the berber semi-god 'gurzil ', and the name of the town itself may even be related to his name the
- discussing this point also points out that according to the 6th-century historian procopius a berber king carried an idol of the god gurzil .
- see also : gurzil category:surnames.
- berber mythology : gurzil , war god. ifri , war goddess. celtic mythology : agrona , reconstructed proto-celtic name for the river aeron in
- according to corippus, ierna, who was the chief priest of the god gurzil, was killed while trying to protect an image of the god.