GODS AND GODDESSES OF BRITAIN
God of unknown function (probably of light), the name means "fair shining one".
God of forests and/or hunting and/or war.
God personifying the merginig of two bodies of water in North Britain, (in te Tyne-Tees region).
Goddess personifying a sacred spring that had healing powers.
A Goddess associated with water and possibly with beer.
An aspect of the triple mother Goddess, personifying/overseeing Britain.
A God whose name means "great one", worshipped primarily in North Britain.
God of healing.
Goddess of healing who presided over the hot springs in Aquae Sulis (modern Bath).
GODS AND GODDESSES OF GAUL
Goddess of the hunt.
Goddess of victory.
"Shining one", God of light.
God of healing, associated with springs.
"The horned one", God of fertility and animals.
"Divine cow", Goddess of fertility and healing.
Roman God of the Underworld; his cult thrived in Gaul.
Goddess of horses.
Equated with the Roman Gods Mars and Mercury.
Goddess of nature.
Goddess of the sea.
God of eloquence and knowledge.
Goddess of healing.
"Good striker", God of agriculture and forests, one of his symbols was a hammer.
God of war.
GODS AND GODDESSES OF IRELAND
Goddess of love.
Goddess of water and fertility.
Goddess of fertility, healing, and poetry.
Goddess of beauty and the Otherworld.
God of metalworking.
God of the earth.
God of crafts and healing.
"Dark one", God of the dead.
God of smiths.
God of wrights.
Goddess of war and fertility, "Macha the crow"
Tripple Goddess of war and death.
Water-god with a sacred well of wisdom.
God of war.
Goddess of war and battle.
Fodla, Eriu, Banbha
Three Goddesses who Ireland was named for.
God of youth and love.
God of eloquence and language.
Tuatha De Danaan
Gods who were patrons of magic and arts.
GODS AND GODDESSES OF WALES
"Silver wheel", probably a Moon Goddess.
God epresented by the Red Dragon.
God of smiths & metalworkers.
Gwynn ap Nudd
God of the Underworld.
Lleu Llaw Gyffes
Welsh equivalent of the Irish Lugh
God of the sea.
Math ap Mathonwy
God of sorcery.