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The Okeanids
Another class of Divinities often associated with the sea, the children of Okeanos, Titan of the Waters: Amphiro, Dione, Doris, Eudora, Eurynome, Galaxaura, Hippo, Ianthe, Idea, Kallirrhoe, Kalypso, Melobosis, Menestho, Metis, Ocyrhoe, Pasithoe, Peitho,...
Deities & Heros >> Greek
Story of the Celts: The Ancient Celts
The Ancient Celts [ 8 ] What is surprising to most modern readers is just how widespread across Europe the Celts once were. The Celts have been called the "Fathers of Europe," that is north of the Greco-Roman Mediterranean. Long before the Germanic...
History & Anthropology >> Celtic & Irish
Enlil
(Sumerian) A central figure in the mythos, child by one tradition of An, by another of Enki (II) and father to many divinities, including Iskur, Inanna, Nergal, and Utu among others. His vitality and majesty is of such strength that it is unedurable to all,...
Deities & Heros >> Mesopotamian
Donn
(lord, master). Irish A God of the underworld, and of the dead. Associated territorially with western Munster. The Romans recognized him as an aspect of their own Dis Pater. Expectedly enough from his attributes, He is a silent and solitary figure, unusual...
Deities & Heros >> Celtic, Welsh, Irish & Brittish
Lilu, Lilitu, and Ardat-Lili
(Sumerian) Not divinities as such, this trio of closely related demons inhabited the desert wastes, and functioned largely in terms of sexual and fertility aberation. Lilu and Lilitu were male and female equivalents of each other, and were regarded as...
Deities & Heros >> Mesopotamian
Taliesin
(radiant-brow). Welsh. A semi-mythical figure whose life has become deeply intertwined with the Divinities of the Celts. He apparently lived in the 6th century CE, and was regarded as the premier bard, or poet of his or any other time. A book of his work...
Deities & Heros >> Celtic, Welsh, Irish & Brittish
Ninhursaga
(Sumerian) A Mother-Goddess, one of several in Sumerian mythology. She is regarded as the mother of many divinities by Enlil, who further extends His line by incestuous unions with their daughters. Her name means "Lady of the Mountains."...
Deities & Heros >> Mesopotamian

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What about the divinities in das Geviert? The divinities are “the
The divinities are “the beckoning messengers of the godhead.
God, divinities and spirits in African traditional religious ontology
Keywords: Religious Ontology, African tradition, Divinities, Spirits.
DIVInITIEs, PRIEsTs, AnD DEDICATORs AT EmOnA*
Divinities in Legend Quest
Divinities in Legend Quest.
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Occasionally the divinities were represented by sacred animals, but there is no indication of offerings to divinities, sanctuaries and cult personnel.

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to the worship of Christian idols; the latter were those, inspired in part by the puritanical zeal of the new religion of Islam sweeping lands nearby, who sought to purge the faith of such false icons -- relics of saints and images of divinities.
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2011 For a single afternoon—a gloomy, overcast Sunday (August 14)—La Jolla SummerFest ignored its cherished Mozart, Brahms, Chopin and the other European musical gods it regularly worships to pay homage to the exotic divinities of South America.
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invasion of Troy by the neighboring kingdom of Sparta, their analyses complicated by the assumption on the part of the chroniclers in Homer's age of intervention by polytheistic divinities figuring more significantly in the outcome than nowadays.
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"As for Miss CW, you know that in every system of mythology there are separate divinities for every country," Worthington wrote of Carrie. "Now she is the divinity of Arizona, and I much worship her here.

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Divinity - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
the quality or state of being divine. 3. often capitalized : a divine being: as a : god 1 b (1) : god 2 (2) : goddess.
divinities - definition of divinities by the Free Online Dictionary
n. pl. di·vin·i·ties.
Divinity | Define Divinity at Dictionary.com
a divine being; God. 4. the Divinity, (sometimes lowercase ) the Deity.

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