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Sequana of the Seine: The Origin and Persistence of Celtic Water Mythology, curated by Katie Hearsey

Have you ever wondered why you throw a coin into a fountain to make a wish? Or have you pondered why in an increasingly secularized society so many children are still baptized? By examining the  river goddess Sequana and the site of her shrine at the Source of the Seine, I hope to divulge how Celtic rituals and beliefs have fueled our own societal views on the historical and mystical healing properties of water.