Sulis was the primary deity at the temple of the thermal springs that still feed the spa at Bath today, which the Romans named Aquea Sulis "the waters of Sulis". She was venerated as a healing divinity, whose sacred hot springs could cure physical or spiritual suffering and illness. She was also conceived as both a nourishing, life-giving 'mother goddess', and as an effective agent of curses wished by her votaries.
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