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by Micha F. Lindemans
A Continental Celtic syncretic god whose aspects are not exactly clear. One of his frequently appearing attributes is the hammer, which earned him the title of 'hammer-god' and which reminds of a god of the dead. Often he holds a cup and a purse in his hand, which denotes a fertility god. One of his consorts is Nantosuetta. Sucellos is occasionally confused with the popular vegetation god Silvanus.

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