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What Gods did the Druids worship?

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This depends on the nation you look at. Ireland had different gods than Wales, who had further different gods than Gaul. Another point to consider is not only were gods known by different names, but also many of the names were deemed too holy to pronounce aloud. (Thus the common oath: "I swear by the god my tribe swears by".) Here is a brief, by no means authoritative, list of deities. The Tuatha de Danann (Tribe of the Goddess Danu) was the name of the Irish pantheon, for the Sidhe (faeries) were descended from Her. Ironically, Danu herself never makes a personal appearance in the myths, but perhaps she is already everywhere, like the land. Certainly, some European rivers are named after her like the Danube and Dneiper. Some names you may recognize: Lugh Lamh-fada (Long Handed), Son of the Sun. Dagda the Good (good not by his moral disposition but by the Diversity of his skills) Nuada Argat-lamh (Silver Hand) a two-time king of the Dannans. Morrigu, Babd, and Macha (a triple goddess ... more
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* A:This depends on the nation you look at. Ireland had different gods than Wales, who had further different gods than Gaul. Another point to consider is not only were gods known by different names, but many of the names were deemed too holy to pronounce aloud. (thus the common oath: "I swear by the god my tribe swears by".) Here is a brief, by no means authoritative, list of deities. Ireland: The Tuatha de Danann (Tribe of the Goddess Danu) was the name of the pantheon, for the Sidhe (faeries) were descended from Her. Some names you may recognize: Lugh of the Long Handed, Son of the Sun. Dagda the Good (good not by his moral disposition but by the diversity of his skills) Morrigu, Babd, and Macha (a triple goddess of War.) Brigid (a triple goddess of Fire, Poetry, and the Forge) Diancecht, god of healing Manannan mac Lir, god of the sea and master of magic Wales: Welsh mythology tends to focus on the actions of heroes, and their interaction with gods. Arawn , lord of the Annwyn (the ... more
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