Earth Culture of Origin
English Celtic, Gaul
Alternate Names / Spellings
The wild boar.
Earth Mythological References
In Continental Brythonic Mythology, particularly Gaul, Camulus was a Romano-Celtic god of war. The Romans tended to associate their own gods with the local gods in associated Camulos with Mars (Ares), the Roman god of war.
Although the British city Camulodunum (now Colchester in Essex) was named after him, Camulus was actually the tribal god of the Remi, a Gallic tribe living in Belgium.
Camulos was said to have wield an invincible sword.
--DeeKayP 18:07, 10 Jul 2004 (PDT)