What symbolizes Cernunnos? Iconography associated with Cernunnos is often portrayed with a stag and the ram-horned serpent. Less frequently, there are bulls (at Rheims), dogs and rats.
What is the horned god called? The horned god Cernunnos is one of the most easily identified & common figures in Celtic art. Cernunnos was perhaps the most important deity in the Celtic religion if we consider the frequency he is represented in ancient Celtic art from Ireland to Romania.
What do horns represent in Greek mythology? Horns are an animal’s weapon, so it follows that as a symbol they function as representing strength and aggressiveness. They are also the power and dignity of the divinity, and horned gods usually represent warriors and lords of ANIMALS.
What does the horned god hold in his hands? Found in a peat bog in Denmark in 1891, this incomplete silver cauldron features a horned figure sitting cross-legged and surrounded by animals. The figure is holding a snake in one hand and a torc in the other. He also has a torc around his neck.