Goddess Sequana Figurine

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Mark Cartwright
by Fulbert
published on 18 March 2021
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A bronze figurine of the Celtic deity Sequana, a healing goddess, regarded perhaps as the personification of the River Seine. From her sanctuary at the source of the river near Dijon. (Archaeological Museum of Dijon, France)

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