Senuna (Senua) is a Celtic goddess worshipped in Britain; she was the focus of a large shrine with a number of outbuildings, where she received many offerings made from precious metals.
She was associated by the Romans with their goddess Minerva by way of the interpretatio romana.
Senuna received votive and dedicatory offerings from her worshippers; otherwise little is known of the specifics of her cult. She had a temple in Hertfordshire in England.
Senuna’s name may have been derived from the Proto-Celtic *seno or “old.”
Lost for many centuries, Senuna was rediscovered in 2002 when a shrine to her was unearthed in Heartfordshire.
Ashwell End, Britain