Coventina is a Celtic god worshipped in Britain; she was the goddess of the holy spring at Carrawburgh, near Hadrian’s Wall in northern England. She appears to have been called on for a variety of reasons.
Coventina received numerous votive and dedicatory offerings from her worshippers at her sanctuary; otherwise little is known of the specifics of her cult.
The derivation of Coventina’s name is uncertain.
Coventina is known primarily from a single site in Britain, at Carrawburgh near Hadrian’s Wall. There is as well some evidence of her worship in Galicia, Spain and in Narbonne, France although it is uncertain whether this is in fact the same goddess.