Who is the Greek horned god? Pan was a Greek god of shepherds and flocks, of mountain wilds and rustic music. The moon goddess, Selene, was also commonly described as “horned”, that is the crescent moon upon her head or shoulders. Depictions in Celtic cultures of figures with antlers are often identified as Cernunnos (“horned one” in Latin).
What is Cernunnos the god of? Cernunnos is a horned god found in Celtic mythology. He is connected with male animals, particularly the stag in rut, and this has led him to be associated with fertility and vegetation. Depictions of Cernunnos are found in many parts of the British Isles and western Europe.
What is Cernunnos holding? In ancient Celtic and Gallo-Roman religion, Cernunnos or Carnonos was a god depicted with antlers, seated cross-legged, and is associated with stags, horned serpents, dogs and bulls. He is usually shown holding or wearing a torc and sometimes holding a bag of coins (or grain) and a cornucopia.
What are signs of Cernunnos? One relief panel shows a seated god, legs crossed, with stag’s antlers who is often identified as Cernunnos. The figure wears a torc around his neck and he holds another one in his hand. In the figure’s other hand is a long snake with a ram’s head. Both the torc and the snake likely signify strength and abundance.