Sionna 9 x 12 Original Etching on Copper Plate on printed 11 x 14 Rives BFK archival white paper. Throwback Thursday! Matted to a 16x20 size Hand inked, pressed on archive fine quality paper using a conrad printing press. Make YOUR voice heard! An example from Sarmizegetusa in Dacia AE 1983, 00828: and another from Augsburg AE 1992, 01304 where Sirona is given the epithet sancta (holy) and is identified with Diana: A dedication from Großbottwar in Baden-Württemberg CIL XIII, 06458 can be precisely dated to the year 201 CE by mention of the two consuls, L. Annius Fabianus and M. Nonius Arrius Mucianus: At the sulphur springs of Alzey in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, a stone bas-relief shows Sirona wearing a long gown and carrying a patera in her right hand and a sceptre in her left. The symbol Đ is used here to represent the tau gallicum, an additional letter used in Gaulish representing the cluster ts which was interchangeable with st- in word-initial position[2][3] and it is not a form of the letter "D". Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for 1977 Sionna- The Celtic Fox Goddess from the "Celtia" Series By Jim Fitzpatrick at the best online … A healing deity, she was associated with healing springs; her attributes were snakes and eggs. Some inscriptions, such as those at Bordeaux CIL XIII, 00582, Corseul CIL XIII, 03143, the three from Ihn in Saarland, Germany AE 1994, 1256, AE 1994, 1257, AE 1991, 1248, Mainz CIL XIII, 06753, Mühlburg in Baden-Württemberg CIL XIII, 06327 and Trier (CIL 13, 03662) are to the goddess Sirona alone, deae Đironae. A stone with an engraved bust of Sirona from Saint-Avold, now in the Musée de Metz, bears an inscription (CIL XIII, 04498): At Vienne-en-Val in the Loiret, a square stone pillar depicts Sirona, Apollo, Minerva and Hercules (Debal 1973). Obviously exposure to direct sunlight must be avoided. The inscription ( ILingons-M, 00002) is Thiron(a) et Apollo. SIONNA THE FOX GODDESS. Celtic Fox Mythology. Mounted on heavy board, ready for framing. 1977. Debal, J. SIONNA, THE FOX GODDESS. A few outliers are seen in Aquitaine, Brittany, and one in Italy. The river began flowing along its present course after the end of the last glacial period. There are no Sirona finds in Britannia, Hispania, or in any of the other Roman provinces. Sionna: The Fox Goddess Ice Vixen Use left/right arrows to navigate the slideshow or swipe left/right if using a mobile device. Symphony Amore. She wears a long gown and has a star-shaped diadem on her head (a link with the meaning of the name Sirona). SIONNA, THE FOX GODDESS. Sionna Fox September 7, 2017. There is a song dedicated to Sirona written and performed by Gavin Dunne. Description. I have been fascinated by these beautiful and now protected creatures since I first saw one when I was a kid. She drinks too much coffee, has a minor issue with washi tape and planner stickers, and tagging her in anything involving llamas, foxes, or women in suits is a surefire way to her heart. IMAGE AREA: 18.50” x 16.50” (470” x 420”) SIONNA THE FOX GODDESS. NOTE: Sionna and Boann are precisely the same size and are best displayed together. Síonna was worshipped as a fox goddess and renowned for her beauty and cunning, the divine The fox is also the animal symbol for the Celtic Hawthorn Tree Sign. Both Sionna and Boann owe their origins to the actions of the Boyne and the Shannon when they defied the magical powers of two wells (The Well of Segais, the Well of Coelrind) and as a result of which both well rose up in anger , turning to mighty tides and thus drowned the twin goddesses. A bronze statue from Mâlain in the Côte d'Or and dating to around 280 CE (Deyts & Roussel 1994; Deyts 1998) shows Sirona naked to the waist and holding a snake draped over her left arm, together with a very classical Apollo with lyre. Ptolemy’s Geography (2nd century AD) described a river called Σηνος (Sēnos) from PIE *sai-/sei- ‘to bind’, the root of English sinew and Irish sin ‘collar’, referring to the long and sinuous estuary leading up to Limerick. Hours. The root is a long vowel Gaulish variant of proto-Celtic *ster- (*h2ster) meaning ‘star’. I first heard the story of the fox goddess from a story-teller in my mother’s home county, County Clare, in the west of Ireland. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window), Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window), Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window), Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window), Be the first to review “SIONNA, THE FOX GODDESS. 20x20 Mixed media- Acrylic, screen-print and gold leaf on canvas. Sionna Fox is an author of sweet/hot HEAs, die-hard romance fan, and lover of things nerdy and twee. More usually, Sirona is paired with Apollo, as in this inscription from Graux CIL XIII, 04661 in the Vosges mountains: or this inscription from Luxeuil-les-Bains in Franche-Comté CIL XIII, 05424: When paired with Sirona, Apollo is often assimilated with a Gaulish deity, such as Apollo Borvo or Apollo Grannus. Celtic fox tattoos aren't very common, even though they can be worn by both mean and women. Able to transform and remain unnoticed, the fox slips in and out of spots that might prove dangerous for others. The name Đirona consists of a long-vowel, o-grade stem tsīro- derived from the root *ster- and a -no- suffix forming adjectives indicating "a belonging" in many Indo-European languages. The name of the goddess was written in various ways: Sirona, Đirona, Thirona,[1] indicating some difficulty in capturing the initial sound in the Latin alphabet. Painted for the Art Of PAWS 2017 fundraiser The remote location is thought to have been a pilgrimage site (Weisgerber 1975). SIZE: 30” x 21” (760mm x 335mm) It was built in the second century CE around a spring, which filled a cistern in the temple. An elaborate shrine and temple complex at Hochscheid (Cüppers 1990) has already been mentioned. The curator of Wiesbaden's temple of Sirona, Iulius Restitutus, is one protagonist of the 21st-century Romanike novels. Again there is a similarity with Hygeia, who also carries a snake. Celtic Fox Mythology. Sionna is the eponymous goddess of the fox tribe, their protector and guardian. (1983) Vienne-en-Val, Divinites et sanctuaires. Incidence of Gaulish divine names in -on-. SIONNA THE FOX GODDESS. I have been fascinated by these beautiful and now protected creatures since I first saw one when I was a kid. I first heard the story of the fox goddess from a story-teller in my mother’s home county, County Clare, in the west of Ireland. The symbol Đ is used here to represent the tau gallicum, an additional letter used in Gaulish representing the cluster ts which was interchangeable with st- in word-initial position and it is not a form of the letter "D". Sionna: The River Shannon is named after this Irish river goddess. Fantasy Art Print from my original painting ‘Sionna The Fox Goddess’. SIONNA THE FOX GODDESS 1976. In Celtic polytheism, Sirona was a goddess worshipped predominantly in East Central Gaul and along the Danubian limes. Celtic fox mythology has the fox taking on the role of a shapeshifter, changing from human to animal form as the need arises.

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