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Sir Gawain & the Green Knight [from blackrainbowz.tumblr]

Sir Gawain & the Green Knight [from blackrainbowz.tumblr]

Huldra. There may be a connection between the Huldra and the German goddess Frau Holle. Holle is known by many names in different German speaking areas, and one of her monikers is "Holda," which is thought to be etymologically related to Huldra

Huldra. There may be a connection between the Huldra and the German goddess Frau Holle. Holle is known by many names in different German speaking areas, and one of her monikers is "Holda," which is thought to be etymologically related to Huldra

The Greenman  Cernunnos/Herne the Hunter... Forest Guardian...By Artist Unknown...

The Greenman Cernunnos/Herne the Hunter... Forest Guardian...By Artist Unknown...

Avalon Camelot King Arthur:  "#Excalibur," by Bruno Brucero.

Avalon Camelot King Arthur: "#Excalibur," by Bruno Brucero.

Commission: Temyrel by chibi-oneechan on deviantART

Commission: Temyrel by chibi-oneechan on deviantART

Celtic Sprite: "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight" : Celtic Parallel Motifs on the Medieval Poem

Celtic Sprite: "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight" : Celtic Parallel Motifs on the Medieval Poem

ArtStation - Forsworn Armour, Ray Lederer

ArtStation - Forsworn Armour, Ray Lederer

King Arthur with the Magic Sword Excalibur

King Arthur with the Magic Sword Excalibur

The Green Knight is challenging King Arthur. He is, oddly enough, holding a branch. Is it a Christmas themed branch like holly or mistletoe?

The Green Knight is challenging King Arthur. He is, oddly enough, holding a branch. Is it a Christmas themed branch like holly or mistletoe?

This is probably one of my favorite depictions of the Green Knight and Gawain because Gawain is clearly defeated (embarrassed and ashamed) whereas the Green Knight stands strong, looking downwards on him but not lifting his axe against him.

This is probably one of my favorite depictions of the Green Knight and Gawain because Gawain is clearly defeated (embarrassed and ashamed) whereas the Green Knight stands strong, looking downwards on him but not lifting his axe against him.

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