He lives and dies each and every year. Born at the winter solstice, he mates in the spring at Beltane with the goddess and dies at Halloween or Samhain.
I have chosen to give him antler horns, sometimes he has ram or bovine horns. He holds a staff and a snake. Around his neck is a torc, a male neck adornment and symbol of power. He is dressed in green with a brown cape and a Celtic knot.
He is dressed in green with a brown cape and a Celtic knot at his waist. His hair is long and wild. Here is a photo of the Cerununnos on a Celtic cauldron.
Every year I create a design in my garden from ocean beach rocks. I have done labyrinths, spirals, hearts and a medicine wheel. Since I have Celtic theme going this year in the dolls I am making i decided to do a Celtic knot. This is a trinity Celtic knot representing the 3 fold nature of the goddess-maiden, mother and crone; or the human-mind, body spirit; or in Christianity-the father, son and holy spirit.
By the way, that is a patch of day lilies in the upper corner.