Taranis

In Celtic mythology Taranis was the god of thunder worshipped essentially in Gaul, Gallaecia, Britain and Ireland, but also in the Rhineland and Danube regions, amongst others. Taranis, along with Esus and Toutatis as part of a sacred triad, was mentioned by the Roman poet Lucan in his epic poem Pharsalia as a Celtic deity to whom human sacrificia...
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Taranis

• (n.) A Celtic divinity, regarded as the evil principle, but confounded by the Romans with Jupiter.
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Taranis

(Celtic: `Thunderer`), powerful Celtic deity that was one of three mentioned by the Roman poet Lucan in the 1st century ; the other two were Esus ...
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Taranis

[gastropod] Taranis is a genus of sea snails, marine gastropod mollusks in the family Raphitomidae. Species within the genus Taranis include: ...
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Taranis

Tar'a·nis noun [ Latin taranis , from the Celtic; confer W. & Corn. taran thunder.] (Myth.) A Celtic divinity, regarded as the evil principle, but confounded by the Romans with Jupiter.
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Taranis

In Celtic mythology, god of the sky and thunder. His emblems are lightning and the wheel, and he is linked by the Roman writer Lucan to two other Gallic gods, Esus and Teutates, and connected by him...
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Taranis

In Druid mythology, Taranis is the god of the wheel, associated with forces of change.
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