Dana, Danu Celtic, Irish, Indo-European deity - mother goddess, bronze colored, made of polyresinOrder number: 67.651
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Danu - Celtic goddess (also called Dana), mother of the Irish deity of the Tuatha De Danann. It not only nourished the gods, but was considered the mother goddess (mother earth) par excellence.
Dana is the ancient Indo-European expression for "river goddess / water goddess" and is also translated as the "three goddesses of Danu." She is also known by the name "Danube", after which the river Danube should be named!
She is one of the ancient goddesses of Nordic-Indo-Germanic culture. In Greece, she is known as Goddess Danae. In Hinduism is the daughter of the dachas and the mother of Danavas, who are also known as Asuras.
Made and cast from polyresin (artificial stone). The figure is fully poured, not hollow and covered with real bronze.
- Width about 5,51 inch (14 cm)
- Depth about 6,1 inch (15,5 cm)
- Height about 11,42 inch (29 cm)
- Weight approx. 3,57 lbs (1620 g.)
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