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Кевин Маккидд, к/ф "Большое призрачное спасение". Шотландия: Мужчины в килтах

Кевин Маккидд, к/ф "Большое призрачное спасение". Шотландия: Мужчины в килтах

senyahearts: “Stina Olsson in “Naturbarn” for Elle Sweden, November 2014 Photographed by: Eric Josjo ”

senyahearts: “Stina Olsson in “Naturbarn” for Elle Sweden, November 2014 Photographed by: Eric Josjo ”

woad face paint - Google Search

woad face paint - Google Search

Warrior Merida cosplay by Alexandria the Red

Warrior Merida cosplay by Alexandria the Red

Litha - Lunaesque Photography

Litha - Lunaesque Photography

Scottish Girls, Margaret

Scottish Girls, Margaret

Keira Knightley as Guinevere ready for battle. I think that the Picts could have gone to battle in very light armour such as these, but in the case of the women, the breast protectors would've wanted to protect all their breasts, not to show them off. That's not the aim of a breast protector! Apart from that, it's realistic for a very light warrior.

Keira Knightley as Guinevere ready for battle. I think that the Picts could have gone to battle in very light armour such as these, but in the case of the women, the breast protectors would've wanted to protect all their breasts, not to show them off. That's not the aim of a breast protector! Apart from that, it's realistic for a very light warrior.

I'm seeing a RenFaire costume....

I'm seeing a RenFaire costume....

Shaman woman

Shaman woman

+~+~ Antique Photograph ~+~+   Informal portrait of John Brown with Queen Victoria's Dogs.  Balmoral c. 1880

+~+~ Antique Photograph ~+~+ Informal portrait of John Brown with Queen Victoria's Dogs. Balmoral c. 1880

THE DAGDA (Dagda Mór, Daghda, Dagdae, Daghdha) was perhaps the greatest of the gods, given that his name seems to have meant the "Good God". The old Irish tract called "The Choice of Names" tells us that he was a god of the earth; he had a cauldron called "The Undry", in which everyone found food in proportion to his merits, and from which none went away unsatisfied. He also had a living harp; as he played upon it, the seasons came in their order.

THE DAGDA (Dagda Mór, Daghda, Dagdae, Daghdha) was perhaps the greatest of the gods, given that his name seems to have meant the "Good God". The old Irish tract called "The Choice of Names" tells us that he was a god of the earth; he had a cauldron called "The Undry", in which everyone found food in proportion to his merits, and from which none went away unsatisfied. He also had a living harp; as he played upon it, the seasons came in their order.

Scathach, Celtic Goddess of  fighting arts and prophecy. Called the Shadowy One, She Who Strikes Fear, and the Dark Goddess, she was a warrior woman and prophetess who lived in Albion, possibly on the Isle of Skye, and taught fighting arts. Variants: Scota, Scatha, Scath.

Scathach, Celtic Goddess of fighting arts and prophecy. Called the Shadowy One, She Who Strikes Fear, and the Dark Goddess, she was a warrior woman and prophetess who lived in Albion, possibly on the Isle of Skye, and taught fighting arts. Variants: Scota, Scatha, Scath.

Boudica: 9 reasons why she nearly beat the Romans - https://www.thevintagenews.com/2015/12/14/41155/

Boudica: 9 reasons why she nearly beat the Romans - https://www.thevintagenews.com/2015/12/14/41155/

Oooh, she looks like a Goliath!

Oooh, she looks like a Goliath!

ophelia - by Jonathon Earl Bowser | Featured Artist on the Fantasy Gallery

ophelia - by Jonathon Earl Bowser | Featured Artist on the Fantasy Gallery