Relief Epona III, Gallo-Roman horse goddess, ancient Roman wall decoration

Item number: 50136

Epona is a gallo Roman deity and worshipped as a goddess of horses.

Category: Reliefs


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2,77 Kg
Dimensions ( length × width × height ):
22,00 × 21,00 × 5,00 cm

Gallo Roman horse goddess Epona III

Epona is the Celtic goddess of fertility and amongst the Romans the goddess of horses. Epona is derived from the Celtic name "epic" (horse).

The original was found in Freiberg, Geisingen (germania superior) and shows the goddess Epona on a horse sitting as a votive relief.

  • Destination approx. 22x21x5cm
  • Alabaster plaster with antique patina
  • Original Landesmuseum Stuttgart, Germany
  • Relief has a suspension (rear)

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