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Gaulish healing spring god venerated at the 4th-century bc shrine of Glanum in the Alpilles mountains of Provence, southern France. A triad of local mother-gods, the Glanicae, are also represented at the site, as were Epona, Gaulish Mercury, and Rosmerta. The city gate at Glanum, the oldest to be found in Gaul, contains sculpture portraying Gaulish captives.

See F. Salviat, Glanum (Paris, 1979).

Subjects: Religion.

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