A god of many faces, Endovelicus is now considered the most important god of ancient Lusitania. This is because we’ve found more dedications to him than to any other god in the area.
Also known as Atégina, this goddess is the Lady of the Underworld. As well as the Dawn Goddess. Ataegina is reborn every year, the goddess of rebirth, fertility, illness, and death. She is one of the Lusitanian pantheon’s primary deities, and would be invoked to curse enemies and enact justice. As well as to bless plans and dreams.
A river goddess with many roles in the Lusitanian pantheon, Nabia’s cult was widespread across Iberia. She presides over water, and seems to have played an important role in the protection of local communities, individuals’ health, and the earth.
Epona is a goddess of fertility and protector of pack animals like horses and donkeys. She was later incorporated into Roman myths, and may have led souls into the after-life, riding on her animals.
Borvo, God of hot springs similar to the Gaulish god, Bormanus. The Fonte do Ídolo (Portuguese for Idol's Fountain), in Braga.