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Fiefdoms of the Fay

I wrote years ago about how, largely due to Shakespeare’s influence, Oberon and Titania are often regarded as the rulers of the fairies, appearing in a lot of different media. I mentioned a few other fairy queens in the post, … Continue reading

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Attention Britomart Shoppers

I sometimes note down myths or mythical figures I think might make for interesting posts, and one I’ve had as a possibility for a while is Britomartis. The name sounds like the United Kingdom’s equivalent of Walmart, but it’s actually … Continue reading

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