Cernunnos ~ bronze statue
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Sitting on a tree stump, surrounded by animals, sits Cernunnos, the Horned god of the forest from the myths of the Celts.
Over crossed shaggy goat legs, a red loincloth is held in place with a golden belt. A large triskelion sits on the belt buckle, intertwining spirals swirling clockwise. His muscular torso is exposed and hairy, and a long cloak hangs down his back. Looking forwards with an air of wisdom, his majestic antlers emerge from beneath his long hair. In this left hand, he holds a red snake by its head, and in his right he holds a large bronze torc, symbolizing power and riches.
Around his feet, a snake, a faun and a bear cub all frolic.