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Relief of Gallo Roman goddess in marble, Saint-Beat. France. Gallo romersk gudinne.

EPONA goddess, star of the dawn. Relief of Gallo Roman goddess in marble, Saint-Beat.

Relief of Epona, Gaulish goddess, protector of horses, riders and travellers, from Gannat, Allier, c.50 BC-400 AD (clay), Gallo-Roman / Musee des Antiquites Nationales, St. Germain-en-Laye, France / Giraudon / The Bridgeman Art Library

Relief of Epona, Gaulish goddess, protector of horses, riders and travellers…

Scenes from the legend about Romulus and Remus. Relief of the so-called “Ara Casali”. 2nd—3rd centuries. Rome, Vatican Museums.

Scenes from the legend about Romulus and Remus. Relief of the so-called “Ara Casali”.

Epona was the a Romano-Celtic goddess of horses. Epona was known throughout Continental Europe, particularly worshipped by the Gauls in France and Italy. Her cult would later spread to Britannia (Britain). The Roman adopted the Gallic goddess as the patron-goddess of cavalrymen, and was the only Celtic deity to be worshipped in Rome; annual festival in Epona's honour on December 18. She can be found in arts in both Celtic and Roman world. Epona was also called Bubona. I

The Celtic Goddess Epona that Rode Swiftly Across the Ancient Roman Empire

Roman  Lagynos with erotic scenes in relief, late 1st – 2nd century A.D.  Ceramic

*ITALY ~ Roman Lagynos with erotic scenes in relief, late – century A.

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Ancient Roman circus mosaic detail, c 4th century CE  Perhaps give brief cultural lectures to earn my way!  One knows I have the gift of gab!

Ancient Roman circus mosaic detail, c century CE Perhaps give brief cultural lectures to earn my way!

A Roman gold bracelet  Circa 2nd-3rd Century A.D. Composed of solid gold wires twisted in a spiral tapering towards the hook and loop termin...

A Roman gold bracelet Circa Century A. Composed of solid gold wires twisted in a spiral tapering towards the hook and loop termin.

One of the most widespread of Celtic goddesses is the horse goddess Epona (epos means horse in Gaulish). There are Roman-era inscriptions and statues to her in Britain, Gaul, the Rhineland, North Africa and Rome. She is often portraying fertility and abundance, shown alongside foals or suckling mares, and holding sheaves of wheat, loaves of bread, or fruit..  1th cent.AD

One of the most widespread of Celtic goddesses is the horse goddess Epona (epos…

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