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Ceridwen (the beatiful witch-queen and Goddess) from Fées et Déesses, by Erlé Ferronnière.

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The Morrighan. Also known as the Morrigu, the shape-shifting Celtic Goddess of War, Fate and Death. She also presided over rivers, lakes, fresh water, in addition to being the patroness of revenge, night, magic, prophecy, priestesses and witches. Her name is interpreted in various forms..."Great Queen," "Phantom Queen" or "Queen of Demons." She was said to hover over battlefields in the form of a raven or hooded crow and frequently foretold or influenced the outcome of the fray.

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Le Cernunnos du bassin de Gundestrup

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à partir de Mon Quotidien

Les grandes période de la Gaule

CULTURE - Les grandes période de la Gaule

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Emer - in modern Irish, Éimhear, (or, erroneously, Eimhear, Éimear or Eimer), daughter of Forgall Monach, is the wife of the hero Cú Chulainn in the Ulster Cycle of Irish mythology.

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Epona, déesse celte de la fertilité, et des chevaux. L'une des seules divinités celtes à avoir rejoint le Panthéon romain.

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Yggdrasil - Norse Tree of Life - Odin had himself hung on Yggdrasil for 9 days and nights - he suffered greatly and ransomed his right eye in order to obtain the Norse Runes and their wisdom...

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