In Roman myths, Pales was a deity of shepherds, flocks, and livestock. He is regarded as a male by some sources and as a female by others, and even possibly as a pair of deities. Its name is thought to have derived the terms "palace" and "Palestine".
Being categorized into the Vile race is probably due to the theory that Pales was derived from the evil Egyptian god, Set. A donkey is one of the animals that compose Seth's appearance.
"A god or goddess with a donkey's head who was worshiped from northern Africa all the way to Rome. The donkey's head has long been a sign of fertility and is often worshiped. His or her (there is some dispute amongst scholars) temple was built on Palatine Hill in Rome. The word "palace" came from this god's name."