Tag Archives: Epona

In search of Ritona

I want to say a few words about the goddess Ritona, who has been on my mind a lot in the past few months. By some measures, she must rank as one of the most major ‘minor’ deities from northeastern … Continue reading

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On recent events

In the olden days, before climate change did away with any semblance of predictability that might have existed in the weather, they used to say that March went in like a lion and went out like a lamb. Here in … Continue reading

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Report-back on two speeches from Olympia (part III of III)

This concluding segment of my report-back from the Many Gods West conference in Olympia, Washington, will try to delve into some of the big-picture issues raised by Morpheus Ravenna in her excellent keynote speech (full text here!), as well as … Continue reading

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A new look at the Suleviæ

I had wanted to mention this earlier, but a couple of weeks ago I made a major upgrade to the web page on the Suleviæ (first the French page, then the English one). Previously, that page contained little more than … Continue reading

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Odd little article…

I just finished reading K. M. Linduff’s article “Epona: A Celt among Romans”, and I confess, my chief reaction was, “How can a scholarly article have so many typos?” Scholarly publishing can perhaps be a bit like making sausage, and … Continue reading

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