Gods and Godesses of Libraries, Books, and Learning
Apollo is the Greek god of knowledge Apollo Apollo Apollo and the Muses Athena (Minerva), Greek goddess of wisdom
Athena Athena Buddha Manjushri, the god of learning Buddha Manjushri Carmenta was a Roman goddess of writing and the alphabet
Danu was the Celtic god of knowledge Ganesha (Ganpati) was a Hindu god of knowledge and learning Hayagriva was the Hindu God of learning and wisdom Hermes (Mercury) was the Greek god of knowledge and invention Hermes
Hermes Lono is the Hawaiian god of learning and intellect Minerva (Athena) was the Roman goddess of wisdom and learning The Muses The Muses
The Muses Nabu is the Babylonian god of writing and wisdom Nabu Nisaba or Nidaba, goddess of writing, and scribe of the Sumerian heaven Ogma is the Irish god of writing and poetry
Quetzalcoatl is the Aztec god of learning and creation Quetzalcoatl Quetzalcoatl Sarasvati was known as goddess of books, learning, and knowledge Sarasvati
Sarasvati Sarasvati Saturnus was the Roman god of learning Seshat (Sashet, Sesheta, Safekh), meaning 'female scribe', was the Egyptian goddess of writing Seshat
Seshat Kitano Tenjin is the Japanese God of learning, language, and calligraphy Thoth was thought to be scribe to the gods, and was the oldest Egyptian librarian Thoth Thoth
Thoth Thoth Thoth and his wife Seshat Thoth and his wife Seshat Vagdevi is the Hindu goddess of learning
Vidya Lakshmi, Hindu goddess of learning and rational thinking Wei T'O was the ancient Chinese god of libraries and books Bridget or Brigit or Brighid or Brigid is the Celtic goddess of writing, poetry, and learning