Adsullata is a Celtic goddess worshipped in Gaul. She may have been connected with rivers (due to her association with the river god Savus) and/or springs. .
Adsullata’s name may be related to that of Sulis, goddess of the healing springs in Bath, England.
Adsullata received votive and dedicatory offerings from her worshippers; otherwise little is known of the specifics of her cult.
The origin of Adsullata’s name is uncertain; it may have been partially derived from the Proto-Celtic *sul or sun.
Adsullata is known by name from an inscription in Saudorfel, Austria, where she appears with her consort, Savus is known in Slovenia, and Adsullata may have been as well.
Saudorfel, Austria; Save Gorge, Slovenia (associated with her consort Savus)