1 How do we know that we are not just reading materials reflecting the Graeco-Roman myths Is it not plausible that these Greek and Roman writers installed some bias, leaning towards their mythological ideas, within their testimony The speculation surrounding all of the varied pieces of evidence is just. From the abundance of evidence, though, we can be sure that the Celts believed in a multiplicity of deities. It is apparent that the existence of gods and goddesses in Celtic society was quite a serious affair and an everyday business. However, when focusing on the exact nature of such gods and goddesses, it seems only fair to attempt to construct an overview of the character of each deity. Reconstructing the evidence might be too hopeful because the conclusions would come from mere ignorance and be partially based on what we still do not know. From here we can only address the different types of evidence that piece together the very nature of the Celtic gods and goddesses, but the mixed and slightly unreliable evidence is certainly not easy to sort.
The literary evidence for the existence of deities in Celtic religion is one source that reveals the character of the individual gods and goddesses. The