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 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.