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Taranis, God of Thunder

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Taranis was the Thunderer, the pan-Celtic god of storms and thunder.

 

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Taranis, God of Thunder

In Celtic mythology, Taranis is the god of thunder, who was worshipped primarily in Gaul, Hispania, Britain, and Ireland, but also in the Rhineland and Danube regions, amongst others.

Associated with bad weather and sacred wheels, Taranis held an important role in many Celtic pantheons, yet little is known about him. Taranis is symbolically represented by the wheel and the lightning flash. He is sometimes shown riding down a great serpent-footed monster, which represented a divinity or gigantic power of some unknown significance.

  • Dimensions: 12 x 9 x 25 cm
  • Weight: 840g

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Weight 0.99 kg
Dimensions 12 × 9 × 25 cm
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