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Celtic Britain - Gods and Goddesses
god whose name means "fair shining one"
god associated either with forests and hunting (linked with the Roman god Silvanus), or war (equated with Mars
god who personified the joining of two bodies of water in the Tyne-Tees area of North Britain; also conflated with the Roman god Mars
goddess who personified a holy spring (that was reputed to have healing powers)
goddess associated with water (and possibly beer as well)
an aspect of the three mothers, who were considered goddesses of the homeland (Britain)
god who was worshipped mainly in North Britain; his name means "great one"
god of healing; he is related to the Irish god Nuada
goddess of healing, she presided over hot springs in Aquae Sulis (modern Bath); often conflated with the Roman goddess Minerva
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Dictionary of Celtic Mythology
This book is a great source for information about Celtic mythology! Described as both a "who's who" and a "what's what", this reference book features entries on the important gods, heroes, and other characters from Celtic myth and legend.
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