Sequana, Goddess of the Seine. Bronze; Romano-Celtic, circa 100 CE. Museum of archaeology, Dijon.

The Springs of Sequana at the source of the Seine has been the site of a healing shrine since the second century BCE. The Celts revered Sequana as a goddess. Romans viewed her as a nymph. People of both cultures visited her springs, and left votive offerings.

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