Cernunnus( Cernunnos), Celtic pagan horned God-patron God of the forest Kingdom, trees, all plants and animals, God of male strength, male fertility and warriors. Statuette of wood.
Statuette of wood. Made of maple, treated with colored wood wax.
Height 20 cm.
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Beautiful and mysterious Celtic mythology...
At the height of their civilization, the Celts lived in vast European territories, occupying modern-day Ireland, England, France, Belgium, parts of Germany and Austria. There is even a hypothesis that the Celts lived in the Carpathians and in particular the Hutsuls are distant descendants of the Celts. But this is just a hypothesis. But the modern Irish, Scots, Breton, Welsh-really are the distant descendants of those ancient Celts.
The culture of the Celts was very rich in legends and traditions, which were passed down through the centuries from mouth to mouth and, as a rule, preserved in several versions, as well as the Celtic names themselves.
Cernunnus (Cernunnus, Cernunnos) was the God of warriors, and also represented abundance, masculine strength and the afterlife, the patron God of the forest Kingdom, trees, all plants and animals. Horns were considered a symbol of male fertility and strength. That is, "cuckold" - this was the highest praise, a compliment.
Cernunnos' day is celebrated in the UK on October 18. These holidays are quite fun. Men put horns on their heads, games and competitions are arranged. And in Europe, folk-rock festivals called Cernunnos' pagan fest are held every year.
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