Wooden figurine of the Celtic deity Cernunnos. Made by hand. At the feet of the deity you can see a small deer. On the left hand is a snake - an attribute of this deity. In his right hand Cernunnos holds a torc (is a large rigid or stiff neck ring). The horns are stylized as a crown to increase the strength of the product. • Size: Height: 19 cm (7,5 in) Width: 6.5 cm (2,5 in) The figurine is made of wood, coated with a special dye and protected with wax. In Gallo-Roman religion, Cernunnos was a deity depicted with antlers, seated cross-legged, and is associated with stags, horned serpents, dogs, bulls, and rats. He is usually holding or wearing a torc and has been seen holding a bag of coins (or grain) and a cornucopia. Believed to have originally been a Celtic deity, over 50 examples have been found from this time believed to be associated with him, concentrating in the north-eastern region of what was called Gaul by the ancient Romans. Cernunnos is also associated with the Wiccan Horned God in the modern religious tradition of Wicca.
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- This wooden statue of horned god Cernunnos will be a great decoration for your celtic pagan interior or as altar statue, especially if you a interested in wicca, celtic mythology.