Celtic pantheon
The gods and goddesses of the pre-Christian Celtic peoples are known from a variety of sources, including written Celtic mythology, ancient places of worship, statues, engravings, cult objects and pl...
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Paleo-Balkan mythology
Paleo-Balkan mythology includes the religious practices of the Dacians, Thracians, and Illyrians. Little is known about the rituals and mythology of the Iron Age Balkans, but some of their gods are de...
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Roman mythology
Roman mythology is the body of traditional stories pertaining to ancient Rome's legendary origins and religious system, as represented in the literature and visual arts of the Romans. "Roman mythology...
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Slavic goddesses
This is a list of Slavic deities, spirits and mythological creatures.
Gebeleizis
Gebeleizis (or Gebeleixis, Nebeleizis) was a god worshiped by the Getae, probably related to the Thracian god of storm and lightning, Zibelthiurdos. He was represented as a handsome man, sometimes wea...
Albina (mythology)
Albina was an Etruscan goddess of the dawn and protector of ill-fated lovers. She was a white sow goddess similar to the Celtic Cerridwen.
Shurdhi
In Albanian mythology, Shurdhi is a weather deity of Illyrian origin.
The name Shurdhi derives from the Albanian phrase i shurdhët meaning the deaf one in English. Baron Nopcsa, regarded as one o...
Kalma (goddess)
Kalma is the Finnish goddess of death and decay, her name meaning "The Stench of Corpses". Her favorite places to linger are graveyards and cemeteries; in fact, one Finnish word for graveyard is kalmi...
Bagmasti
Bagmasti was a famous Armenian goddess. She was worshiped at Mirzazin in Ararat. Her temple, together with that of Haldi was plundered and burned by Sargon II king of Assyria.
Vesna
The vesna or vesnas were mythological female characters associated with youth and springtime in early Slavic mythology, particularly within Croatia, Serbia and Slovenia. Along with her male companion ...
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Laetitia (goddess)
Laetitia was a minor Roman goddess of gaiety. Her name deriving from the root word laeta, meaning happy.
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Loviatar
Loviatar ([ˈloʋiɑtɑr], alternative names Loveatar, Lovetar, Lovehetar, Louhetar, Louhiatar, Louhi) is a blind daughter of Tuoni, the god of death in Finnish mythology. She was said to be the worst of ...
Luna (goddess)
In ancient Roman religion and myth, Luna is the divine embodiment of the Moon (Latin luna; cf. English "lunar"). She is often presented as the female complement of the Sun (Sol) conceived of as a god....
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Lada (goddess)
Lada or Lado is the name of a Slavic deity of harmony, merriment, youth, love and beauty.Lada is one of the four gods mentioned circa 1405-1412 by Lucas from Great Kozmin, a professor of and rector a...
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Dionysus
Dionysus (/daɪ.əˈnaɪsəs/; Greek: Διόνυσος, Dionysos) is the god of the grape harvest, winemaking and wine, of ritual madness, fertility, theatre and religious ecstasy in Greek mythology. Alcohol, espe...
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Zalmoxis
Zalmoxis (Greek: Ζάλμοξις), is a divinity of the Getae (a people of the lower Danube), mentioned by Herodotus in his Histories IV, 93–96. In later interpretations, which begin with Jordanes (6th centu...
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Fraus
In Roman mythology, Fraus was the goddess or personification of treachery and fraud.She was daughter of Orcus and Night (Nyx). She was depicted with a woman's face, the body of a snake, and on her ta...
Zisa (goddess)
Zisa or Cisa is a goddess in Germanic paganism, the best documented version of which is that of 10th and 11th century Norse religion. Zisa is an etymological double of Tyr or Ziu according to 19th cen...
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Cupra
Cupra (also spelled Cubrar, Ikiperu, Kypra or Supra) was a chthonic fertility goddess of the ancient pre-Roman population of the Piceni and the Umbri, and may have been associated with Etruscan Uni....
Persipnei
In Etruscan mythology, Persipnei or Phersipnai (later Ferspnai) was the queen of the underworld and equivalent to the Greek goddess Persephone and Roman Proserpina. Persipnei was the consort of the di...