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Sequana, Celtic River Goddess At Fontes Sequanae, the source of the Seine near Dijon, she was worshiped since perhaps 500 BCE. Standing in her duck-prowed vessel and wearing a diadem, she stretches out her arms to welcome pilgrims who visited her shrine seeking cures. Water was venerated by the Celts as a source of the life-force, as well as for its cleansing, curative and numinous properties. This bronze image of Sequana dates from 100 CE.

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