Arvolecia is a Germanic goddess worshipped in northern England; she may have been considered a healing goddess.
The individual who offered the inscription to the goddess bore a Celtic name, which speaks to the fluidity of worship among Celtic and Germanic peoples at this time.
Arvolecia received votive and dedicatory offerings from her worshippers; otherwise little is known of the specifics of her cult.
Arvolecia’s name may be derived from the Proto-Germanic *arwa or “quick” and *lekja or “doctor, healer, leech.”
Arvolecia is known from an inscription found at Brough in England.