Naga are an ancient mythological race of semi-divine serpent beings. They were first depicted in ancient Vedic Hindu mythology and oral folklore as early as 5000 B. They are extremely gifted shape-shifters, able to assume any shape they desire.
The Epona of Bregenz. Epona is a Gallo-Roman Goddess of horses who was worshipped over much of the western Roman Empire especially in Gaul and the Germanies but also in Britain, along the Danube frontier, and as far afield as Greece and Africa.