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Relief of Celtic Mother Goddesses found in Cleveland Walk near Roman Bath

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The three goddesses (Explored) | by DameBoudicca. This stone relief was not actually found at the site of the Roman baths, but found at Cleveland Walk at the outskirts of Bath. This is a typical representation of the Celtic mother goddesses, very commonly (all over the Celtic world) depicted as a group of three.

The three goddesses (Explored) | by DameBoudicca. This stone relief was not actually found at the site of the Roman baths, but found at Cleveland Walk at the outskirts of Bath. This is a typical representation of the Celtic mother goddesses, very commonly (all over the Celtic world) depicted as a group of three.

Cetlirwin Priest

The Gnoll Stone (Cefn Hirfynydd) is part of a Celtic wheel cross. It shows a Celtic priest, in a short pleated kilt, with his hands raised in prayer. It represents Christian tradition brought to Wales by monks from Ireland.

Epona was the a Romano-Celtic goddess of horses. Epona was known throughout Continental Europe, particularly worshipped by the Gauls in France and Italy. Her cult would later spread to Britannia (Britain). The Roman adopted the Gallic goddess as the patron-goddess of cavalrymen, and was the only Celtic deity to be worshipped in Rome; annual festival in Epona's honour on December 18. She can be found in arts in both Celtic and Roman world. Epona was also called Bubona. I

The Celtic Goddess Epona that Rode Swiftly Across the Ancient Roman Empire

Above: two examples of three mother goddesses, Celtic objects of worship from Roman times

Celtic goddesses and spirits

Above: two examples of three mother goddesses, Celtic objects of worship from Roman times Below: associated ‘Genii Cucullati’ or hooded spirits Corinium museum, Cirencester

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Votive relief statue of Hecate - circa 2nd-3rd c. AD - at the Varna Archaeological Museum

Votive relief statue of Hecate - circa c. AD - at the Varna Archaeological Museum

Welsh Rhiannon Epona Celtic Goddess Statue

Celtic Goddess Epona statues - Welsh Goddess Rhiannon Statue Plaque and Pendant

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