Agè

Agè Fon (Benin) In the Fon pantheon of deities (known as the Vodun), the god of the hunt; the fourthborn son of the Creator, Mawu-Lisa. When MawuLisa divided up the realms of the universe among her children, she gave Agè command of the game animals and birds and put him in charge of uninhabited land.

Taken from African Mythology A to Z – Library Binding – May 1, 2010- Second Edition – Written by Patricia Ann Lynch (Author), Jeremy Roberts Dr (Editor) – Copyright © 2004, 2010 by Patricia Ann Lynch

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