Ritona


Ritona
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Ritona également attestée sous le nom de Pritona, est une déesse gauloise particulièrement dédiée aux gués, en celtique rito- (latinisé en ritum, gallois rhyd).

La présence de son culte a principalement été remarquée à Trèves, capitale des Trévires et à Pachten.

  • La variante Pritona est attestée sur l'inscription votive découverte à Pachten: Pritonae divinae sive ca[...]ioni (AE 1959:00076).
  • Le nom Ritona accolé à celui de Pritona a été découvert sur une inscription de Trèves (Allemagne): Dea Ritona Pritona (AE 1928:00185).
  • Pritona a également pu être reconstitué sur une inscription abîmée trouvée aussi à Trèves (Allemagne): Rito/[nae] sive ex iu[ssu Pr]/iton[ae?] (AE 1989:00547).


Bibliographie

  • Edith Mary Wightman (1970). Roman Trier and the Treveri. Rupert Hart-Davis, London.
  • Miranda Green (1997). Dictionary of Celtic Myth and Legend. Thames and Hudson Ltd. London.
  • Lothar Schwinden. "Muttergöttin der Treverer: Ritona". In Sabine Faust et al. (1996) Religio Romana: Wege zu den Göttern im antiken Trier. Rheinisches Landesmuseum Trier.

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