List of war deities
A war deity is a god or goddess in mythology associated with war, combat or bloodshed. They occur commonly in both monotheistic and polytheistic religions. Unlike most gods and goddesses in polytheist...
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Bia (mythology)
Bia, in ancient Greek religion, was the personification of force and raw energy, daughter of Pallas and Styx, and sister of Nike, Kratos, and Zelus.She and her siblings were constant companions of Ze...
Sülde Tngri
Sülde Tngri is an equestrian war god, one of the tngri, the highest group of divinities in Mongolian shamanism. He is usually depicted as an armored warrior riding a horse. In Mongolian shamanism, eve...
Macha
Macha ([ˈmaxə]) is a goddess of ancient Ireland, associated with war, horses, sovereignty, and the sites of Armagh and Eamhain Mhacha in County Armagh, which are named after her. A number of figures c...
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Cocidius
In Romano-British religion, Cocidius was a deity worshipped in northern Britain. The Romans equated him with Mars, god of war and hunting, and also with Silvanus, god of forests, groves and wild field...
Hachiman
In Japanese mythology, Hachiman (八幡神, Hachiman-jin/Yahata no kami) is the syncretic divinity of archery and war, incorporating elements from both Shinto and Buddhism. Although often called the...
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Phaleg (spirit)
Phaleg is an Olympian spirit in the grimoire known as the Arbatel de magia veterum who rules over Mars.
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Chamunda
Chamunda (Sanskrit: चामुण्डा, Cāmuṇḍā), also known as Chamundi, Chamundeshwari and Charchika, is a fearsome aspect of Devi, the Hindu Divine Mother and one of the seven Matrikas (mother goddesses). Sh...
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Parvati
Parvati (Devanagari: पार्वती, IAST: Pārvatī) is the Hindu goddess of love, fertility and devotion. She is the gentle and nurturing aspect of Hindu goddess Shakti. She is the mother goddess in Hinduism...
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Svetovid
Svetovid, Svantovit or Sventovit is a Slavic deity of war, fertility and abundance primarily venerated on the island of Rügen into the 12th century. He is often considered a local Rugian variant of th...
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Cariociecus
Cariociecus is a war-god venerated in Iberian Spain. Through conquest and cultural overlay, he became syncretised with the Ancient Rome god Mars.
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Radegast (god)
Radegast, also Radigost, Redigast, Riedegost or Radogost is an old god of Slavic mythology. Since the name can easily be etymologised as meaning something like “Dear guest”, Radegast was proclaimed as...
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Durga
Durga ([ˈd̪ʊrɡaː]; Sanskrit: दुर्गा), meaning "the inaccessible" or "the invincible", is the most popular incarnation of Devi and one of the main forms of the Goddess Shakti in the Hindu pantheon....
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Medaurus
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...
Toci
Toci (/ˈtosi/ "Our grandmother") is a deity figuring prominently in the religion and mythology of the pre-Columbian Aztec civilization of Mesoamerica. In Aztec mythology she is attributed as the "Moth...
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Vaiśravaṇa
Vaiśravaṇa (Sanskrit वैश्रवण) or Vessavaṇa (Pāli वेस्सवण, Sinhala වෛශ්‍රවණ) also known as Namtösé in Tibet and Bishamonten in Japan is the name of the chief of the Four Heavenly Kings and, as "chief",...
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Bellona (goddess)
Bellona was an Ancient Roman goddess of war, corresponding to the Ancient Greek Enyo. She was called the sister of Mars, and in some sources, his wife or an associate of his female cult partner Nerio....
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Anahit
Anahit (Armenian: Անահիտ) was the goddess of fertility and healing, wisdom and water in Armenian mythology. In early periods she was the goddess of war. By the 5th century BC she was the main deit...
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Nanaya
Nanaya (Sumerian 𒀭𒈾𒈾𒀀, NA.NA.A; also transcribed as Nanâ, Nanãy or Nanãya; in Greek: Nαναια or Νανα; Aramaic: ננױננאױ) is the canonical name for a goddess worshipped by the Sumerians and Akkadian...
Winalagalis
Winalagalis is a war god of the Kwakwaka'wakw native people of British Columbia. He travels the world, making war. Winalagilis comes from North (underworld) to winter with the Kwakwaka'wakw (formerly...
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Ioke (mythology)
In Greek mythology, Ioke (Ἰωκή) was the spirit and personification of pursuit. In the Iliad, she is one of several warlike personifications portrayed on Athena's aegis, other ones being Phobos, Eris a...
Sopdu
Sopdu (also rendered Septu or Sopedu) was a god of the sky and of eastern border regions in ancient Egyptian religion.As a sky god, Sopdu was connected with the god Sah, the personification of the co...
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Ogoun
Ogun or Ogoun (also spelled Oggun or Ogou; known as Ogún or Ogúm in Latin America) is an Orisha, Loa, and Vodun, who is a warrior and a powerful spirit of metal work. In Santería and Palo, Ogún is syn...
Lua (goddess)
In Roman mythology, Lua was a goddess to whom soldiers sacrificed captured weapons. She is sometimes referred to as "Lua Saturni", which makes her a consort of Saturn. It may be that Lua was merely ...
Anann
In Irish mythology, Anu (or Ana, sometimes given as Anann or Anand) is the name of a goddess. She may be a goddess in her own right, or an alternate name for Danu. In the Lebor Gabála Érenn, "Anand" i...
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Rudianos
In ancient Celtic religion, Rudianos was a war god worshiped in Gaul. In Roman times he was equated with Mars.He was invoked at Saint-Andéol-en-Quint and Rochefort-Samson (Drôme), and at Saint-Michel-...
Neith
Neith (/neɪθ/ or /niːθ/; also spelled Nit, Net, or Neit) was an early goddess in the Egyptian pantheon. She was the patron deity of Sais, where her cult was centered in the Western Nile Delta of Egyp...
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Menrva
Menrva (also spelled Menerva) was an Etruscan goddess of war, art, wisdom and health. She contributed much of her character to Roman Minerva.Though she was seen by Hellenized Etruscans as their coun...
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Oya
Oya (known as Oyá or Oiá; Yansá or Yansã; and Iansá or Iansã in Latin America) is an Orisha. She is either syncretized with the Virgin of Candelaria or St. Therese of Lisieux.
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