Aveta is a Celtic goddess worshipped in Gaul; she was likely associated with childbirth, abundance and prosperity, given the small goddess figures, bearing fruit or carrying babies, offered to her.
Her worship site at Trier was located near a spring, which could indicate a healing aspect.
Aveta received votive and dedicatory offerings from her worshippers; otherwise little is known of the specifics of her cult.
The origin of Aveta’s name is uncertain; I’ve seen it suggested that it might come from the Proto-Celtic *wet- or “turn to,” possibly identifying her as a goddess who may be turned to when one is in need.
Aveta is known from a handful of sites in central Gaul, in what is now France, Germany and Switzerland.