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Etruscan Goddesses

All the Goddesses

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

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Alpan

 

 

Goddess of love and the underworld. Pictured as a nude woman.

Artume

Goddess of night and death, personification of growth in nature. Similar to Greek goddess Artemis.

Evan

Goddess of personal immortality. one of the Lasa.

Feronia

Fire and fertility goddess.

Horta

Goddess of agriculture.

Lasa

Goddesses who guard the graves of believers. Often seen in the company of Turan, Goddess of love. Sometimes pictured with wings. Their symbols are the mirror and the wreath.

Losna

Goddess of the Moon.

Menrva

Goddess of knowledge, war, and justice. Seen with a helmet, shield and spear. Counterpart of the Greek goddess Athena. She is the predecessor of the Roman goddess Minerva.

Nortia

Goddess of fate and fortune. Her symbol was a large nail, and at the beginning of the new year a large nail was driven into the wall of her sanctuary.

Thalna

Goddess of childbirth. Often seen with Tinia. He may be her consort.

Thesan

Goddess of the dawn and of childbirth. Similar to Roman goddess Aurora.

Tuchulcha

Demoness of the underworld. A frightening, winged creature, with snakes for hair and the beak of a bird.

Turan

Goddess of love, health and fertility. Usually seen as a beautiful young woman with wings and accompanied by the Lasas. Her animals are the pigeon and the black swan. Similar to Roman Venus.

Uni

Goddess of the cosmos and the supreme goddess of the Etruscan pantheon. Wife of Tinia. Similar to Greek Hera or Roman Juno. Son is Hercle.

Vanth

Demoness of death, and she who assists the dying on their deathbeds. She serves as the herald of death. The eyes on her wings can see all, and she is omnipresent. Her attributes are the snake, key and torch.

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