Alateivia is a Continental Germanic goddess known from a worship site at Xanten, Germany where an altar in her honor was discovered; the fact that the altar was commissioned by a physician may indicate that she was considered a healing goddess. Her name suggests that she was an important deity with a wide range of powers.
Alateivia received votive and dedicatory offerings from her worshippers; otherwise little is known of the specifics of her cult.
Alateivia’s name is identifiable as Germanic in part because of the prefix ala or “all,” commonly seen in Germanic deity names. Her name may be derived from the Proto-Germanic *tiwa or “god.”
Alateivia is known from an altar discovered at Xanten, Germany.