Weleda in German mythology, was one of the most famous fortune-tellers in the 1st century of the Christian era. A maiden born of princely parents, she is said to have wielded a mighty political influence over her people. Having been brought to Rome as a prisoner, she was carried about in triumph, and received great distinction at the hands of the emperor Vespasian. After her death the Germans honored her as a goddess.

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