Oh.

Este debe ser el único sitio donde me faltaba comentarlo, pero he estado sin ordeñador una temporada, mientras, he hecho esto:

Macha Mong-Ruadh: Patrona de la Igualdad Laboral. Aquí tenéis su entrada en Los Anales de los Cuatro Maestros (suena a nombre de libro de fantasía, ¿qué no?):

After Cimbaeth had been seven years in the sovereignty of Ireland for the third time, Macha, daughter of Aedh Ruadh, son of Badharn, said that her father’s turn to the sovereignty was her’s. Dithorba and Cimbaeth said that they would not give the sovereignty to a woman. A battle was fought between them; Macha defeated them, and expelled Dithorba, with his sons, into Connaught, so that he was slain in Corann. She afterwards took to her Cimbaeth as husband, and gave him the sovereignty. She afterwards proceeded alone into Connaught, and brought the sons of Dithorba with her in fetters to Ulster, by virtue of her strength, and placed them in great servitude, until they should erect the fort of Eamhain, that it might always be the chief city of Uladh Ulster.

Go go Feminist Ranger!

Me parece que ha quedado un poco cabezona al final, y eso que estuve controlando las proporciones, no estoy segura qué es lo que falla.

También, investigando para este dibujo he descubierto que los celtas (al menos los continentales) llevaban zapatos puntiagudos. No sé que sacar de esta información salvo que a partir de hoy voy a ir Paleo Fashion Police total cada vez que vea dibujos de celtas, osea.

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