Boudicca :: Iceni Queen who refused to bow to the Romans. She led an uprising to save her people from slavery and certain death at the hands of the Romans. It is said as many of 70,000 Romans died in her army's revolt. The Romans were defeated at Camulodunum (modern-day Colchester), Verulamium (modern-day St. Albans) and Londinium (modern-day London).
Gwenhwyfar (“GWIN-uh-veer”). “White Wave/Spirit/Phantom;” Jennifer in Cornish English, and Genevieve in French. Her epithets include “Queen of the May” and “Fairy Bride.” Famed as Guinevere, King Arthur’s Queen and Lancelot’s paramour. Gwenhwyfar is actually a goddess who, like Morgan Le Fay, was demoted to literary fiction by early Christian censorship.
Grace O'Malley was a tough-ass 16th century Irish warrior chick who led a horde of broadsword-swinging Vikings, Celts, and Scottish Highlanders in naval operations that would dominate the coast of Ireland for a couple of decades. Known to her contemporaries as "The Pirate Queen of Connaught,"
Woman Warrior Costume... Reminds me o Scathach from Celtic mythology
Recent work produced for Dungeons and Dragons, Wizards of the Coast.
"Ygritte" ** Modèle : LoupdesSteppes Art / Loup Des Steppes Stylistes : Anne-Lise Mallet Koko / Antik Couture & Eric Frappa / Expérimentalys MUA : Dorothée Lopez Maquilleuse Pro / Dorothée Lopez MUAH Bodypainter
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The banshees are Irish fairies of death, from legends and Celtic mythology. Its name means "fairy woman" and "woman of the hills", because sometimes appears walking wandering through the hills, where he remained even several days without fixed direction. His appearance is that of an ethereal woman, sometimes a young maiden, and in others, an old and nasty witch. The banshees announced with his tears and his cry that death is near. His singing is loud and frightening, sometimes is a horrible…