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    celtic goddess artio | Artio: My Goddess and Leader

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    Dea Artio, Bear-goddess of the Gauls

  • MathewHayes

    ARTIO (Continental, Anglo-Celtic) A bear Goddess of abundance, strength and the harvest. This bear Goddess was the consort of Essus. A shrine to her once stood in what is now Berne, Switzerland. Like Eostre, she was probably once a Teutonic deity. She is depicted as being surrounded by full baskets and animals, therefore it can be surmised that she was a fertility and harvest Goddess, and a Goddess of wildlife.

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    Artio, goddess of the chase Howard David Johnson

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