Kongen, Germany. About 200 AD The motif of the "Lady of the Animals"
lives on this religious depiction. Flanked by two horses, Epona is shown
sitting on a throne holding a fruit basket on her lap. The Celtic goddess
was revered as the patroness for wagoners. She was also popular among the
military. The images was mainly occurred in the provinces of Gaul and Germania.
Kunst der Kelten, Historisches Museum Bern. Art of the Celts, Historic
Museum of Bern.
A relief of the Gaulish horse goddess Epona from Salonica, Greek Macedonia,
4th century CE. According to the museum's label, Roman emperor Galerius
may have been responsible for introducing the worship of Epona at Salonica.
Epona-Relief aus dem Limeskastell Kapersburg im Wetterau-Museum in Friedberg.
Inschrift: CIL XIII, 07438 zum Relief siehe CSIR-D-03-12, 00163.