(In Roman mythology) the souls of dead ancestors, worshipped as beneficent spirits
A growth of long hair on the neck of a horse, lion, or other mammal
A dualistic religious system with Christian, Gnostic, and pagan elements, founded in Persia in the 3rd century by Manes (circa 216-circa 276) and based on a supposed primeval conflict between light and darkness. It was widespread in the Roman Empire and in Asia, and survived in eastern Turkestan (Xinjiang) until the 13th century
A hogged mane.
A horse's mane that is cut short so that it stands up in a curve or roach.