Hludana

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Hludana (or Dea Hludana ) is a Germanic goddess.

The name Hludana is found in five Latin inscriptions: three from the lower Rhine (CIL XIII, 8611; CIL XIII, 8723; CIL XIII, 8661), one from Münstereifel (CIL XIII, 7944) and one from Beetgum, Frisia (CIL XIII, 8830) all dating from 197 AD- 235 AD.

There is no scientifically proven connection with Holda.

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