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Queen Maeve ~ pronounced MAYve

(rhymes with Gave) ~ See her story below

from the Faylinn Collection by jules d'An

(Celtic Fairy Art by Julie Sartain)

Queen Maeve is the Irish equivalent of the Welsh fae Queen Mabb (of the King Arthur legends). She was the queen of Connacht, had many lovers, and many husbands. Her first husband was Conchobar Mac Nessa of Ulster, but she quickly tired of him and passed him on to her sister Ethne. Then she married a Connaught chieftain named Ailill (AW-leel), also a disaster. Next, she married a prince (another Ailill—Prince Ailill MacMata), the son of the King of Leinster.

She had long, golden hair and steel blue-gray eyes (a common trait shared by all the Tuatha de Danann). She was strong, willful, stubborn, and very powerful, but also very beautiful, an intoxicating beauty that mesmerized men into following her anywhere, even into battle. Read more about Queen Maeve on the story card that comes with this beautiful photographic portrait.


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