Entarabus (Intarabus) is a Celtic god worshipped in Gaul; he may have been associated originally with a particular region near or between rivers.
He was at one site identified by the Romans with their god Mars by way of the interpretatio romana.
Entarabus received votive and dedicatory offerings from his worshippers; otherwise little is known of the specifics of his cult.
Entarabus’ name may have been derived from the Proto-Celtic *entri or “between” and *abu or “river.”
Entarabus was worshipped in a relatively small region of Gaul, in what now comprises parts of Luxembourg, Belgium, eastern France and Western Germany
Noville-lez-Bastogne, Belgium; Mackwiller, France; Ernzen, Germany; Feyen, Germany; Niersbach, Germany; Trier, Germany; Dalheim, Luxembourg; Echternach, Luxembourg