Rigani (Rigana) is a Celtic goddess worshipped in Gaul. Her name translates to “queen,” a sign of her importance and the regard in which she was held.
It is also possible that “Rigani” is a title rather than a name; the translation of the inscription is uncertain and could be interpreted either as “I have offered this to Rigani and Rosmerta” or as “I have offered this to Rigani (Queen) Rosmerta.”
Rigani received votive and dedicatory offerings from her worshippers; otherwise little is known of the specifics of her cult.
Rigani likely derives fairly directly from the Proto-Celtic *rigani or “queen.” She may also be connected etymologically to the Irish Morrigan.
Rigani is known from one inscriptions discovered at Lezoux, France, which she shares with Rosmerta.