Early Celtic societies were organized around warfare—this structure would commonly characterize cultures in the process of migration: the Celts, the Huns, and later the Germans.
Celtic deities can belong to two categories: general deities and local deities. "
General deities" were known by Celts throughout large regions, and are the gods
Abellio Celtic (Gaulish) God of the apple tree. Aine of Knockaine Celtic (Irish)
Goddess of love and fertility, later known as the fairy queen. Goddess related to
Sep 30, 2015 ... From the god of war to the god of love and youth, a glimpse into the origins of
Irish culture. Photo by: Getty Images/iStockphoto. Celtic ...
Nuada (Nudd or Ludd) is the Celtic god
of healing and much more. He had an invincible sword that would cut his enemies in half. He lost his hand in battle which meant that he was no longer eligible to rule as king until his brother made him a silver replacement. More »
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Discriptions and brief explanations of early Celtic deities.
Arawn - Wales; god of the dead and the underworld Annwn. Only until Christian
... Cernunnos - all Celtic areas in some form; god of animals, commerce, ...
This is a rather comprehensive (I hope) listing of the Celtic Deities of Scotland,
Britain, Wales, Cornwall, Gaul, and surrounding areas. I didn't include Ireland in ...
Mar 6, 2010 ... A. Abandinus A Romano-Celtic god of whom is little known, except for an
inscription found in Cambridgeshire, England. Abarta An Irish/Celtic ...