Maeve Framed Print

Maeve (Medb) was one of the daughters of the king of Tara, who killed her pregnant sister. Maeve then married Aillil and took over the territory of Connacht, which would have belonged to her sister had she lived. She was most famous for her role as the queen of Connacht during the Battle for the Brown Bull of Cooley, but she also has many mystical qualities, which mark her out as one of the many Celtic goddesses. She was the goddess of sovereignty and territory, as can be seen from her independent and territorial character. She refused to let any king rule at Tara who had not first mated with her, and she was generally depicted as extremely promiscuous. Her name has strong links to the word mead and her constant seducing of different men is related to the intoxicating effects of this drink.

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Maeve Framed Print

€99.99

  • Enternally popular frame
  • Simple, elegant design
  • Custom mount, cut perfectly to your image
  • Delivered fully strung ready for hanging

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  • Width (cm):

    50
  • Height (cm):

    70
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Product Detail

Maeve Framed Print

€99.99

Framed print info

  • Printed on high-quality 240GSM paper
  • Vibrant colours bring your archetype to life
  • Robustly packaged
  • Width (cm):

    50
  • Height (cm):

    70
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