Inciona is a Celtic goddess of the Treveran region. Her name is recorded as one of a pair of deities on two votive inscriptions from Luxembourg.

Votive Inscription to Inciona and Veraudunus, 2nd-3rd c. AD, from Widdenberg. Luxembourg City History Museum.

On the large stone slab from Widdenberg, she is invoked along with the god Veraudunus and in honour of the imperial family in fulfilment of a vow made by Marcus Pl(autius?) Restitutus’ mother Alpinia Lucana.

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