Condatis is a Celtic god worshipped in Britain and Gaul. His name translates to “confluence” or “watersmeet” and was likely associated with these important sites.
He was sometimes identified by the Romans with their god Mars by way of the interpretatio romana, which may indicate a martial aspect as well.
Condatis received votive and dedicatory offerings from his worshippers; otherwise little is known of the specifics of his cult.
Condatis’ name is believed to have been derived from the Proto-Celtic *kom-dātī or “confluence,” a meeting of waters.
Condatis was worshipped primarily in northern England, although his name was found on an inscription in France as well.
Bowes, England; Chester-le-Street, England; Cramond, England; Piercebridge, England; Alonnes, France