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Taranis:The Thunderer


"Thunder". The thunder-god of ancient Gaul, and master of the sky. He may be compared to the Roman Jupiter, although his place in the Celtic pantheon was not as prominent as that of Jupiter in the Roman pantheon. His attribute is the wheel, which could be the symbol of thunder. The Romans described as receiving human sacrifices.
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Taranaich
by Amy M. Durante
also Taranis. The Scottish/Pictish/Gaelic god of thunder and lightning. His name is derived from the Gaelic word tarnach or taran meaning "thunder". Taranaich was also said to be the name of a Pictish king and is associated with the Gallic or Roman Jupiter. His attribute is a spoked wheel.
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Taranis


Links to informational pages about the god Taranis

THE CELTIC THUNDER GOD : By Tina Deegan
Representations of the God Taranus: The Source for the Above JPG's.
Taranis & Callieach:
Taranis:The Thunderer.: (Great Page!!)