Who thwarted the attack of the Sabines by opening underground springs?

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When Romulus and his men kidnapped the Sabine women, the god Janus caused a volcanic hot spring to erupt killing, burning, or disfiguring many of Tatius's men. Later on, however, the Sabines and Romans agreed on creating a new community together.
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