[Gaul., powerful (?)].
Important god of early Britain and Gaul, especially among the Belgae and the Remi. The Romans equated him with Mars; at Rindern, France, he was cited as Mars–Camulos on a stone with a corona of oak. Elsewhere he was portrayed with a ramhorned head. Evidence of his popularity can be seen in several place-names notably Camulodunum. Attempts to link him with the nursery character Old King Cole and Fionn's father Cumhall have been rejected by contemporary learned commentators.