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Cernunnos, Nautae Parisiaci

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Mark Cartwright
by ChrisO
published on 25 February 2021
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A depiction of the Celtic god Cernunnos from the pillar known as the Nautae Parisiaci ('Seaman of the City of Paris') which was dedicated to Jupiter. Gallo-Roman, 1st century CE. (Musée National du Moyen Age, Cluny, France).

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ChrisO, . (2021, February 25). Cernunnos, Nautae Parisiaci. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/13496/cernunnos-nautae-parisiaci/

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ChrisO, . "Cernunnos, Nautae Parisiaci." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified February 25, 2021. https://www.worldhistory.org/image/13496/cernunnos-nautae-parisiaci/.

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