Nemausus is a Celtic god worshipped in Gaul; he is a healing god, worshipped in Nimes at a sacred spring.
He is accompanied at his sanctuary by a trio of goddesses known as the Matrae Nemausicae.
Nemausus received votive and dedicatory offerings from his worshippers; otherwise little is known of the specifics of his cult. He was worshipped, along with the Nemausicae, at a healing spring sanctuary at Nimes.
Nemausus’ name may have derived from the Proto-Celtic *nemos or “sky, heavens.
Nemausus had a strong center of worship in what is now the city of Nimes in France.
Lansargues, France; Nimes, France
Nemausus was worshipped at Nimes, a town itself once known as Nemausus.