“Water & Prosperity” Water and River Goddess Healing, Fertility and Prophesy

Goddess Coventina gracefully reclines above a water spring as she cradles an urn of life-giving water in her arms, which she pours back to the earth; so maintaining the cycle of life. She is closely linked with the goddess well in Carrawburgh Roman Fort, at Hadrian’s Well in Northumberland, Britain ( AD 410).

Goddess Coventina is also known as Covventina or Cuhvetena. Being a water nymph, she was associated with the life-giving qualities that water brings us, such as healing and abundance. She was worshipped in Roman, Celtic, Scottish and Spanish societies.

An original design by Annie. Size: 12.5 x 18.7cm