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In Celtic and Roman mythology, Sequanna (or Sequana) was the goddess of the river Seine and its environs.

Sequana is also the Latin name for the river Seine.

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In Gallo-Roman religion, Sequana was the goddess of the river Seine, particularly the springs at the source of the Seine, and the Gaulish tribe the Sequani.
A large bronze statue of a woman, draped in a long gown and with a diadem on her head, is believed to represent Sequana (Deyts p.74).
Eight inscriptions to Sequana are known, all from the Sources of the Seine.
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