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Danu is the oldest Celtic goddess.  In Celtic mythology, she was the great mother goddess of the Tuatha Dé Danann (The Tribes of Danu). Few stories about Danu have survived, and yet the reverence in which she was held still remains. Her influence spread far across the British Isles and Europe, where the Danube River was named for her.

Danu is a Celtic goddess, the mother of the Tuatha De Danann, which literally translates as ‘the People of the Goddess Danu’. She is the daughter of the Dagda and is sometimes identified with Anu (Annis), and with Aine, the Irish moon goddess.

MANANNAN is the God of the Sea of the Irish Celts. He was considered one of the Tuatha De Danann, or Children of the Goddess Danu, and was the equivalant of the Welsh sea-God Manawyddan.

MANANNAN MAC LIR the Irish God of the Sea, fertility and eather. The son of Llyr, he is often depicted riding a chariot across the waves. Husband to Fand, he was the foster father of many gods, including Lugh. His Welsh counterpart is Manawyddan.

Don´t look at me! I´m nude and vulnerable... / Grave of Family Pepa-Bonafe by S. Ruehlow, via Flickr

Don´t look at me! I´m nude and vulnerable. / Grave of Family Pepa-Bonafe