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Lore[edit | edit source]

On the night before Christmas, the presents meant for the children of the world suddenly vanished. An act of such utter villainy could not be forgiven by Santa and his Helpers. Lavinia filled the empty sacks with guns and ammo and pursued the foolish thieves. Very few picked a fight with Santa's Helpers and lived to tell the tale.

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Name Origin[edit | edit source]

Lavinia is an English, German, and Italian feminine name of Latin origin; used since the 17th century. It was fairly popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, but rare today. Lavinia is the name of the legendary mother of the Roman people; in Roman mythology, she was the daughter of King Latinus and Amata, the last wife of the Trojan hero Aeneas. According to the legend Aeneas named the town of Lavinium in honour of his wife, but it is most likely that the character was invented to explain the place name. Or her name may possibly be derived from name of an Etruscan city more ancient than Rome.

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