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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Bears Bears were least commonly represented: a group of little jet amulets in the form of bears comes from northern Britain and dates to the Romano-Celtic period. An example at York accompanies a burial of the fourth&nbsp;century AD; another was buried with the body of a child at Malton&nbsp;(Yorks.), but it is too small to have been a toy; a third was found at&nbsp;Bootle (Lancs.).69 There is evidence that particular divinities were&nbsp;occasionally perceived as having a close affinity with bears. Of these,&nbsp;the most important was the goddess Artio (figure 8.13), whose name&nbsp;means \'Bear\', just as Epona\'s name refers directly to her equine associate. The\n \nFigure 8.13 The bear-goddess Artio, on a Romano-Celtic bronze group from Muri, near Berne, Switzerland. Paul Jenkins.\n \nName indicates that the identities of goddess and bear are so close that they are almost one. Artio, whom we met briefly in the earlier discussion&nbsp;on hunting (chapter 3), was venerated in Switzerland: ') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Bears Bears were least commonly represented: a group of little jet amulets in the form of bears comes from northern Britain and dates to the Romano-Celtic period. An example at York accompanies a burial of the fourth&nbsp;century AD; another was buried with the body of a child at Malton&nbsp;(Yorks.), but it is too small to have been a toy; a third was found at&nbsp;Bootle (Lancs.).69 There is evidence that particular divinities were&nbsp;occasionally perceived as having a close affinity with bears. Of these,&nbsp;the most important was the goddess Artio (figure 8.13), whose name&nbsp;means \'Bear\', just as Epona\'s name refers directly to her equine associate. The\n \nFigure 8.13 The bear-goddess Artio, on a Romano-Celtic bronze group from Muri, near Berne, Switzerland. Paul Jenkins.\n \nName indicates that the identities of goddess and bear are so close that they are almost one. Artio, whom we met briefly in the earlier discussion&nbsp;on hunting (chapter 3), was venerated in Switzerland: ') AND id != 89103 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-07-06 08:19:26' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5