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Cernunnos - Celtic Horned God - Gundestrup Cauldron Version
Cernunnos - Celtic Horned God - Gundestrup Cauldron Version
Cernunnos - Celtic Horned God - Gundestrup Cauldron Version
Cernunnos - Celtic Horned God - Gundestrup Cauldron Version
Cernunnos - Celtic Horned God - Gundestrup Cauldron Version
Cernunnos - Celtic Horned God - Gundestrup Cauldron Version
Cernunnos - Celtic Horned God - Gundestrup Cauldron Version
Cernunnos - Celtic Horned God - Gundestrup Cauldron Version
Cernunnos - Celtic Horned God - Gundestrup Cauldron Version
Cernunnos - Celtic Horned God - Gundestrup Cauldron Version
Cernunnos - Celtic Horned God - Gundestrup Cauldron Version
Cernunnos - Celtic Horned God - Gundestrup Cauldron Version
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Cernunnos - Celtic Horned God - Gundestrup Cauldron Version

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Cernunnos is the ancient horned god of The Celts often referred to as the “Lord of the Wild Things”, he rules over nature, animals and both life and death. Much of his story is lost to history but depictions of a horned god are evident throughout ancient cultures who aren’t directly linked to one another.

Many pagans today honour Cernunnos as the male aspect of the goddess, the embodiment of masculinity, power and fertility. He grows old as the wiccan wheel of the year progresses before being reborn at Beltane and starting the cycle anew in tandem with the Goddess of the divine feminine.

This seated version of Cernunnos is a depiction of his image from the Gundestrup cauldron, a silver cauldron found in Denmark dated approximately 150 BCE to 1BCE. In this representation of the horned god he is seated holding a Torc in his right hand and a horned serpent in the left. We found nearly one hundred examples of his imagery from the Gallo-Roman period, mostly in north-eastern Gaul as well as among the Celtiberians and in both Pagan and Wiccan reference material.

Cernunnos is depicted with horns or antlers, and is associated with stags, horned serpents, dogs, bulls, and rats.

Product Details: This version of Cernunnos is finished in bronze patina with green accents  He stands 10cm tall, 7.5cm wide, 5.5cm deep and weights 27g. 

 

 

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