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Esus

In Continental Brythonic mythology, especially among the Essuvi[?] of Gaul, Esus ("lord" or "master") was a god of agriculture, war and commerce. He was associated with the bull. In art, he was often portrayed cutting branches from trees with his axe.

He was married to Rosmerta.

Alternative: Hesus



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