Divona is a Celtic goddess worshipped in Gaul, in what is now Bordeaux, France. She may have been associated with a fountain or spring located there.


Divona may have received votive and dedicatory offerings from her worshippers; otherwise little is known of the specifics of her cult.

The origin of Divona’s name is uncertain but may have simply been derived from the Proto-Celtic *dewa or “goddess.”

Divona was most likely worshipped in what is now Bordeaux, France.

Literary evidence
The Roman poet Ausonius wrote in the 4th century CE that in the time of the Celts, a fountain in Bordeaux, France had been held by the goddess Divona.

Archaeological evidence
An inscription in Bordeaux, France may have been dedicated to Divona–or possibly to Sirona, it is uncertain.