The Celtic pantheon is known from a variety of sources such as written Celtic
mythology, ancient places of worship, statues, engravings, religious objects, and
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 the moon, ...
Discriptions and brief explanations of early Celtic deities.
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 ...
He was one of the Celtic gods of the Underworld. He ruled Avalon where he lived
with his daughter, Modron, and her nine sisters. Avalon was like the Celtic ...
The Druid priests of the Celts did not write down the stories of their gods and
goddesses, but instead transmitted them orally, so our knowledge of the early
Marie-Louise Sjoestedt's 1940 classic "Celtic Gods and Heroes" (2000 English
language edition) is a must read for every student of pre medieval western ...
Celtic Gods and Goddesses are Powerful Cultural Symbols. Check out this page
to learn more about Celtic deities and their symbols.
Learn about gods and goddesses in Celtic Ireland, with recommended books
Bran Fendigaid, Celtic God of Regeneration. ... Bran Fendigaid (the Blessed) was
the son of the Sea God, Llyr and, maternally, the grandson of Belenos, the Sun ...