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- Achtland: pre Celtic goddess of the queens. Adammair: Irish god of sex and resilience, husband of the goddess of the wood Flidais. Addanc, Affanc: Welsh god.
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- In Irish mythology, Queen Achtland married one of the Tuatha Dé Danann who were the people of the goddess Danu.
- Achtland. Ulster Cycle. In the tale Longes mac nDuil Dermait (a version of Fled Bricrien), Achtland is one of the daughters of Doel the Forgotten.
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- Feb 28, 2009 Achtland Celtic Queen of the Faeries, who no mortal man can satisfy! Detailed large!
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- ACHTLAND, (Pan-Celtic) A Goddess queen whom no mortal man could satisfy, she took a giant from the faery realm as her mate.
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