Here is a non-exhaustive list of the gods and goddesses of the pantheon Lusitano.
Triple Goddess: of nature, healing, and the night, which would make her a hellish deity. Identified by the Romans as Prosepina, as the goddess of the seasons and spring. A sanctuary is found for him in Elvia.
God of health and well-being. Its associated animal is the boar. There is a temple dedicated to him in São Miguel da Mota in the Alentejo.
God of horses, identified as the vehicle for transmitting a spiritual request and gaining access to heaven through his triumph in battles or his supreme sacrifice.
Goddess of Celts Lusitanians, whose name "Band" means in the language Celtic "to order" or "to prohibit", but also a feminine prefix (still used today in Ireland, for example in Banshee).
Guardian god of thermal waters.
Lusitano god of war, equivalent to Mars (Ares).
Fertility goddess represented with her cornucopia. Protector of horses who allowed access to the afterlife.
Goddess of rivers and waters
Goddess of nature and the hunt.
God of war, he was mysterious and martial in nature. It formed a trilogy with Atégina and Endovélico.
God of agriculture, flowers and alcoholic beverages. He is often depicted with a barrel of beer suspended from a stake and the hammer of God. His wife is Nantosvelta.
God of the source of oaths (his name means God of the sworn source). In Braga, a fountain is dedicated to this God for the promises made to him. It is therefore understood that the oaths were sworn by him from the source of his invocation.
Initially a household deity, she later adopted her best-known role as a goddess of warrior, battle, and death in battle. Many inscriptions refer to this characteristic of our goddess. The name, explains d'Arbois de Jubainville, an eminent Celtic of the beginning of the century, of Trebo + rune, that is to say "secret of the house".