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Adsullata

Adsullata Location: Britain.

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Adsullata, Esyllt (Wales): Gallic river goddess and probably a little sun goddess, in Great Britain a goddess of the hot wells. She comes from Gaul.
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In ancient times, Adsullata was the Goddess of Hot Springs who came to Brittany from Celtic Gaul.
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7. Adsullata (celte) .. Adsullata (celte).
Historické základy environmentalizmu a environmentálneho práva
Coventina a Adsullata, grécka nymfa Kastalia, rímska nymfa. Iuturna, galský Gramnnos/Belenos/Toutiorix, v Brétonsku boh. Bormanus.

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Cercle celtique : le DVD du 50 e est sorti
Elle est composée de trois tableaux « Dismegans, Furlukin et Adsullata », trois histoires où s'entremêlent narration, magie, beauté, tragédie, féerie et humour. Trois histoires avec des moments de calme, de doute, d'euphorie, de colère et de tendresse.

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Adsullata - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Celtic mythology, Adsullata was a river goddess of the Continental Celts associated with the River Savus (Sava) in Noricum.
Random Musings…. "We don't see things as they are, we see things
Spring · tulips. Posted on April 26, 2010 at 6:47 am by adsullata · Permalink · Leave a comment.
Adsullata: a Brythonic and Gaulish goddess, also known as Esyllt
The Brythonic and gaulish goddess Adsullata (also known as Esyllt): She who is Gazed Upon.
Celtic Gods and Goddesses
ADSULLATA, (British) A Goddess of hot springs who came to Brittany from Celtic Gaul.
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Adsullata - Description: In Celtic mythology, Adsullata was a river goddess of the Continental Celts associated with the River Savus (Sava) in Noricum.

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