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One notable feature of Gaulish and Romano-Celtic sculpture is the frequent appearance of male and female deities in pairs, such as Rosmerta and ‘Mercury’, Nantosuelta and Sucellos, Sirona and Apollo Grannus, Borvo and Damona, or Mars Loucetius and Nemetona.
A recurrent figure in Gaulish iconography is a cross-legged deity with antlers, sometimes surrounded by animals, often wearing or holding a torc.
He was worshipped at a number of Treveran sanctuaries, the most splendid of which was at the tribal capital of Trier itself.
Yet he was also exported to other areas: Lenus has altars set up to him in Chedworth in Gloucestershire and Caerwent in Wales.
The majority occur only once, which has led some scholars to conclude that the Celtic gods and their cults were local and tribal rather than national.
Yet, given its limitations, his brief catalog is a valuable witness.