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Aah
Ancient Egypt
Is one of the sacred moon Gods, his colour is Silver
Currently known only from a single inscription from Cambridgeshire, England in Godmanchester. Some believe that he was associated with the river Ouse (formerly known as Abona
Abandinus
Celtic
A   B-C   D-G   H-M   N-S   T-Z
A sea God, he is a personification of the power of the ocean and its strength for good or ill in the affairs of men
Aegir
Norse
A-B   C-F   G-L   M-R   S-Z
God of love
Aengus
Goedelic
God of poetry, a member of the Tuatha de Danaan, also known as Aoi Mac Ollamain
Irish and Celtic
AI
Alaunus
Brythonic
Is the God of the sun, healing and prophecy
Amaethon
Brythonic
Is a God of agriculture
Is a God of thunder and lightning
Ambisagrus
Brythonic
God of life, Reproduction and agriculture. He is represented by the colour green
Egyptian
Amon
Is a tribal God
Anextiomarus
Brythonic
Is a sky God, the God of heaven, lord of constellations, king of Gods, spirits and demons, and dwelt in the highest heavenly regions
Anu
Sumerian
God of death and dying, and sometimes God of the Underworld. He is represented by the colour black
Anubis
Egyptian
Is a God who has dominion over the sun, plague, light, healing, colonists, medicine, archery, poetry, prophecy, dance, reason, intellectualism and as the patron defender of herds and flocks. He is represented by the colours gold and white
Apollo
Greek
Is the God of fresh water, also representing the primeval water and sometimes the cosmic abyss. He was sometimes associated with the ocean, but he was not a deity of salt water
Apsu
Sumerian
Arawn
Welsh
Is the God of the Underworld, which was called Annwn
Ares
Greek
Is the God of war
Is the God of the Gallic Averni
Arvernus
Brythonic
Is a sun God and represented by the sun's disk. His worship was instituted as the basis for the mostly monotheistic religion of Amenhotep IV (later named Akhenaten).
Aten
Ancient Egyptian
Phrypian
God of fertility and vegetation. He is represented by the colour green
Attis
Avalloc
Brythonic
He may have been the King of Avalon
Baal
God of nature and fertility, He is represented by the colour green
Phoenician
Is the God of wine, he was viewed as the promoter of civilization, and a lawgiver and lover of peace, as well as the patron deity of both agriculture and the theatre. He is represented by the colours red and purple
Bacchus
Roman
Is the God of innocence, beauty, joy, purity and peace. He is represented by the colours yellow and gold
Norse
Baldur or Balder
Is the God of death. Balor only had one eye which was usually closed, its gaze killed anyone that saw it
Goidelic
Balor
In Wales, is the God of destruction, war and attaining vengeance on enemies
Belatu-Cadros
Brythonic
Is a fertility God who looked after sheep and cattle. He was worshipped on May 1 at Beltane. Purifying fires were lit and cattle were forced to walk between them before being allowed to go to pasture
Belenus
Brythonic
Is a hideously ugly dwarf God who guards against evil spirits and misfortune. He is the protector of the pharaohs and a god of children, women in labour
Bes
Egyptian
Norse
Is the God of poetry and eloquence
Bragi
Celtic
Borvo
Is a widespread God of mineral springs and healing
Is the God of the Tuatha de Danaan
Brea
Celtic
Is a God of agriculture
Bres
Goidelic
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