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Legends - Celtic & Arthurian

The legends, gods and goddesses from Irish and Celtic interweave with some of the stories from Arthurian legends to give a rich insight to the UK and Ireland

Celtic by IcyBluFire on deviantART

Celtic by IcyBluFire on deviantART

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Morgaine le fey by Liliane

Morgaine le fey by Liliane on deviantART

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Guenievre et Lancelot by krukof2

Guenievre et Lancelot by krukof2 on deviantART

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Morgan le Fay by r-castellino

[Fantasy art] Morgan le Fay by r-castellino at Epilogue

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Rhiannon - Maker of Birds by DriPoint on deviantART

Rhiannon - Maker of Birds by DriPoint on deviantART

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Britannia - Shieldmaiden of Albion by DriPoint on deviantART (personification of the British Isles in the form of a Goddess, by 5th century accepted as the spirit of the land)

Britannia - Shieldmaiden of Albion by DriPoint on deviantART

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Brigid, born at the exact moment of daybreak, she rose into the sky with the sun, rays of fire beaming from her head. Daughter of Dagda and the great 'father-god' of Ireland. To read more follow the link.

The Goddesses :: Mati and Norah's BoS.... :: Care2 Groups

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The Kelpie by vyxe on deviantART - The kelpie is a supernatural water horse from Celtic folklore, said to haunt the rivers and lochs of Scotland and Ireland. It would appear as a lost pony, but its dripping mane would identify it. The skins is said to be like a seals, smooth and as cold as death when touched.

The Kelpie by vyxe on deviantART

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Rhiannon, Welsh Lunar Goddess who rides her white mare. She symbolises endurance, that truth and integrity will always prevail.

Pagan She~Wolf Warrior: March 2011

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