Sulis, the great British Celtic healer Goddess, was originally a solar and fertility deity. Sulis’ shrine was located at Bath, England, where her power was strongest. Some scholars say she was a “Solar” divinity; her name is a derivative of the Celtic word “Sul” for “sun” and “eye,” and Suilead, meaning wisdom. She is also a Goddess of healing waters. Symbols on her shrine are antlers, which symbolize the sun’s rays, and eyes, which signify the sun. The Roman God Mars Loucetius (light) also was invoked at Sulis’ shrine. The Sun is associated with hot springs, connecting hot water with healing.