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The White Stag in Celtic Mythology
The stag was particularly associated with Cernnunos, the horned god of nature and hunting. The doe was the totem of most woodland goddesses, such as Saba and Flidais. This Celtic animal symbol was used to represent fertility, abundance, and renewal. The antlers were often associated with trees and the sowing and harvesting of grain. In Celtic poetry, sagas, and lore, white stags arose from the Otherworld and often appeared before a profound change in the lives of the characters.
- 4 x 9" print or 8 x 18"
- Matted dimensions measure 6 x 11" or 10 x 20"
- Archival fine art velvet paper
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