From Ancient Gaul, ''Toutatis'' was a Pagan Deity associated with being a Tribal Protector. Much as we have seen with Ancient Mesopotamia – ''City Patrons'' provided protection against invasion and disease to it's people. Toutatis did the same for The Gauls. Recorded by Ancient Rome in the 1st Century AD – it was noted that Toutatis was a rather ''vengeful God'' who required Human Sacrifice. A large vat of ''boiling liquid'' was prepared and a selected victim was thrown (bound) headfirst into the concoction. When Gual came under Roman Occupation, Toutatis was absorbed into The Roman Pantheon of God and associated with ''Mercury''.