Continental Germanic Gods

The Alaisiagae
Goddesses. Associations uncertain. Beda and Boudihillia are possibly Celtic names while Fimmilena and Friagabis are more likely Germanic. (Known in Britain, worship sites at Housesteads Fort near Hadrian’s Wall and possibly at Bitberg, Germany.)

Alateivia
Goddess. Possibly associated with healing. (Known in Gaul, worship site at Xanten.)

Aueha
Goddess. Possibly associated with a river or spring.(Known in Gaul, worship sites near Hurth, Germany.)

Baduhenna
Goddess. Likely a battle-goddess, perhaps a tribal protector. (Known in Gaul and Germania, worship sites in Frisia.)

Burorina
Goddess. Possibly associated with abundance. (Known in Gaul and Germania, worship site at Domburg in the Netherlands.)

Cobba
Goddess. Associations uncertain. (Known in Gaul, worship site near Utrecht in the Netherlands.)

Gamaleda
Goddess. Possibly associated with age and wisdom. (Known in Gaul, worship site at Maastricht in the Netherlands.)

Garmangabis
Goddess. Possibly a goddess of abundance. (Known in Britain, worship site near Durham, England.)

Haeva
Goddess. Likely a protector of family and children. (Known in Gaul and Germania, worship site in the Netherlands.)

Hariasa
Goddess. Possibly a goddess of war. (Known in Gaul and Germania, worship site in Cologne, Germany.)

Harimella
Goddess. Likely associated with battle; may have been associated with gatherings such as the Thing. (Known in Britain, worship site at Birrens near Hadrian’s Wall.)

Hellivesa
Goddess. Possibly associated with the river Elle. (Known in Gaul, worship site near Hurth, Germany.)

Hludana
Goddess. Possibly associated with the earth. Name may be cognate with the Norse “Hlodyn,” a variation on the earth goddess Jord. (Known in Gaul and Germania, worship sites in the Netherlands and northern Germany.)

Hurstaerga
Goddess. Uncertain associations.(Known in Gaul and Germania, worship site in Batavia in what is now the Netherlands.)

Melusine
Goddess. Associated with fresh-water sources such as rivers and springs. Featured in numerous medieval tales.

Menmanhia
Goddess. Germanic name, altar found in Rome. (Known in Germania, worship site found in Rome.)

Nehellenia
Goddess. Uncertain whether her origins are Celtic or Germanic. Associated with sea travel and trade. (Known in Gaul and Germania, worship sites in Zeeland in the Netherlands.)

Ricagambeda
Goddess. Possibly associated with battle. (Known in Britain, worship site at Birrens near Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland.)

Sandraudiga
Goddess. May be associated with prosperity, name may refer to red sands. (Known in Gaul and Germania, worship site at Zundert in the Netherlands.)

Sibulca
Goddess. Only her name is known. (Known in Gaul and Germania, worship site at Bonn, Germany.)

Sulevia
Goddess. Likely concerned with domestic life. (Known in Gaul and Germania, worship site in Trier, Germany.)

Tamfana
Goddess. Associations uncertain. (Known in Gaul and Germania, worshipped between the Ruhr and the Lippe in modern Germany.)

Travalaeha
Goddess. Associations uncertain, possibly a desirable goddess, or goddess of desirability. (Known in Gaul and Germania, worship site at Cologne, Germany.)

Vihansa
Goddess. Likely a battle goddess. (Known in Gaul, worship site at Tongeren, Belgium.)