(You can see how his cult merged with the Celtic cult of the god Sucellus, another god with working tools and a dog by his side. Epona was a Celtic goddess. Selvanus would thus be easily identified with Silvanus, a god of flocks. He is the interface between Tribe and Land and between our world and the Otherworld. Thus the Celtic Dispater had various names and forms in different regions, and could be assimilated to different foreign gods. Cernunnos closest analogues in world mythology were Pan and Silvanus from the Greco-Roman world. Pan and Silvanus were horned gods (most commonly depicted to goat-like features) who ruled the wild places of the world; the Greeks and Romans would have closely associated the two. by Mark Cartwright (CC BY-NC-SA) ... (local Mars, Hercules, or Silvanus depictions are frequently found). Celtic Wagon. His name is mentioned on the Piacenza Liver, a bronze model of a sheep's liver used for divinatory rites. Her name contains an allusion to the horse: in Celtic, "epos" means “horse” and the suffix “-ona” affixed simply means “on”. Domestic animals, in Celtic mythology, were believed to have come from the god’s land. Celtic Deities. The Celtic "Silvanus" or God With Antlers (Karnonos/Cernunnos). Thus the Celtic Dispater had various names and forms in different regions, and could be assimilated to different foreign gods. Domestic animals, in Celtic mythology, were believed to have come from the god’s land. With his mighty antlers, Cernunnos is a protector of the forest and master of the hunt.He is a god of vegetation and trees in his aspect as the Green Man, and a god of lust and fertility when connected with Pan, the Greek satyr.In some traditions, he is seen as a god of death and dying, and takes the time to comfort the dead by singing to them on their way to the spirit world. Epona is the patron goddess of mares and foals. 1 Domestic animals, in Celtic mythology, were believed to have come from the god's land. Forests and Flocks. Selvanus would thus be easily identified with Silvanus, a god of flocks. Like Janus and Terminus, he was a god who lived on the boundaries. Deity Alignment Suggested Domains ... Silvanus, god of nature and forests: N: Nature: Summer oak tree - Previous: Fantasy-Historical Pantheons. Thus the Celtic Dispater had various names and forms in different regions, and could be assimilated to different foreign gods. The Celtic gods are as often served by druids as by clerics, for they are closely aligned with the forces of nature that druids revere. He is the god who crosses boundaries, and the god of change. Silvanus, the Forest Father is a fictional deity of the Forgotten Realms Dungeons & Dragons campaign setting devised by Ed Greenwood.Silvanus is considered the god of wild nature and druids, one of the most prominent and eldest deities in Faerûn, and the wilder counterpart to Chauntea the Earth-Mother. Jun 24, 2015 - Selvans, a civil god;In Etruscan mythology, Selvans was god of the woodlands, cognate with Roman Silvanus. Silvanus protected both the forests (silva) which gave him his name, and the fields. Vinotonus is a god from Celtic Mythology of which… The Lightning Thief (graphic novel) The Sea of Monsters (graphic novel) The Titan's Curse (graphic novel) Selvanus would thus be easily identified with Silvanus, a god of flocks.