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Definition of Aeracura – Our online dictionary has Aeracura information from A Dictionary of Celtic Mythology dictionary. Aeracura, Aericura, Heracura.

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She has a temple on the banks of the Welsh River Dee.
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The Celtic Encyclopedia, Volume II
Aericura. EPITHET Of the Underworld. ALTERNATIVE Aeracura / Herecura.
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Here are some of the minor or borrowed deities of Rome, along with their areas of influence. MINOR DEITIES 1. 1.

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Erecura - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Aericura: a Brythonic and Gaulish goddess, also known as
The Brythonic and Gaulish goddess Aericura (also known as Aeraecura, Herecura, Heracura, Herequra and Aeraecura): Guardian in Battle.
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Aug 8, 2011 So, we are a new band called Aericura. We both are going off to the same college this coming semester.
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