Cernunnos is an ancient Celtic God, representing nature, animals, plants and fertility. Celtic Art often depicts him wearing antlers or antlers, and usually a Thor around his neck. Little is known about his details, but famous statues in Celtic Art include val camonica rock paintings, gundestrup cauldron, bronze statues of bouray and the monument to nautae parisiaci.
Cernunnos may be one of the inspiration for depicting satanic Christian art and heroes in medieval literature in Wales and Ireland. The meaning of the name cernunnos is unclear, and scholars have a common explanation for associating the name with the Celtic word “horn”.