Celtic Britain - Gods and Goddesses
Belatucadrus | God whose name means “fair shining one”.
Cocidius | God associated either with forests and hunting (linked with the Roman god Silvanus), or war (equated with Mars).
Condatis | God who personified the joining of two bodies of water in the Tyne-Tees area of North Britain; also conflated with the Roman god Mars.
Coventina | Goddess who personified a holy spring (that was reputed to have healing powers).
Cuda | A mother goddess in Celtic Britain.
Latis | Goddess associated with water (and possibly beer as well).
Matres Domesticae | An aspect of the three mothers, who were considered goddesses of the homeland (Britain).
Mogons | God who was worshiped mainly in North Britain; his name means “great one”.
Nodens | God of healing; he is related to the Irish god Nuada.
Sulis | Goddess of healing, she presided over hot springs in Aquae Sulis (modern Bath); often conflated with the Roman goddess Minerva.