Coventina Goddess of wells and springs the queen of river Goddesses.
Closely associated with England's Caldew River.

Coventina represents abundance, inspiration, prophecy, renewal, new beginnings, life cycles, childbirth, wishes, prophecy and healing.

Shrines to Coventina can be found at Carrawburgh, Northumberland
county along Hadrian's Wall where multiple inscriptions can be found at one site surrounding a

Although Coventina is a British Goddess, there is also evidence of her having been worshipped in Celtic Gaul where relief's have been found depicting her reclining on a floating leaf.

Symbols of Coventina are the cauldron, cup, water, coins, broaches and wells.

Correspondences: the Reed Moon and her aspect is divination


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