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In Inuit mythology, Sedna is a sea goddess and master of the animals, especially mammals such as seals, of the ocean. She lives in Adlivun, the Inuit underworld.

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Hatshepsut 15th century BC The most famous female king of Egypt was Hatshepsut, who reigned in her own right. She attained unprecedented power for a woman, adopting the full titles and regalia of a pharaoh.

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Empress Xiaokemin (Wan Rong,) last Qing empress of China. She was married at 16 to Puyi, the final emperor in the Qing dynasty, and would later become the empress of the puppet state Manchukuo in the 1930s and 1940s.

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from 9GAG

They all tried

Just try to send a shield maiden of rohan to the kitchen. She will ride into battle, with a hobbit, and an unkillable evil wrath and dragon while saving a king then become queen.

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The Marie Antoinette diamonds The original earrings were owned by Marie Antoinette, the queen of France; guillootined in 1793 during the French Revolution.Aaid to be a gift from her husband, King Louis XVI. According to one legend, she had them with her when she was arrested fleeing the French Revolution in 1791. Grand Duchess Tatiana Yousupoff of Russia later acquired the earrings. They stayed within her family until 1928.

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Nareen - JUST IN

Telle une nymphe de rivière, son entrée fit bien des remous dans la salle. She entered the room in a swirl, like a nymph of the river. Nareen - Blue ruffled hem party gown www.1861.ca

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from Howard Lyon Fine Art and Illustration

Heroes of the Fallen Lands - part 1

Andraste is a warrior goddess, the goddess of victory, of ravens and of battles, similar in many ways to the Irish war goddess Morrigan. Her name is thought to mean "the invincible one" or "she who has not fallen". It is told that her presence was evoked on the eve of battle to curry favour. As a Goddess of divination, she was probably called upon to divine the outcome of battles and war.

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from Handwork Homeschool

Imbolc – Brighit – Candlemas – St. Brigid’s Day

Scathach (skah-thahgh), the warrior-woman risen to divinity, is the Gaelic goddess of the dead, those slain in battle and the passage of the dead to Tir Nan Og. Once mortal, she was touched by the Tuatha de Dannan in a way usually only seen in the Sidhe. In her duties, she is similar to the Valkyrie of the Norse.

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