Kernunnos

Kernunnos
   From Celtic mythology, he is the god of plenty, prosperity and of earthly fertility. He is always shown with horns or antlers growing from his head. A goddess of plenty often accompanies him. These goddess' included Atrio and Rosmerta.

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