Waiting for Viviane Picture

The Lady of the Lake, (also called Nimue, Viviane, Elaine, Niniane, Nivian, Nyneve, Nimueh) is an ambiguous figure that can be found in a variety of forms in Arthurian tales. Scholars have typically attributed her roots to a combination of pre-Christian traditions, including Gallic, Greek, Roman and Celtic mythologies. The motif of water, particularly lakes and fountains, was frequently associated with various feminine mythological archetypes. Critics have suggested that the name "Nivian" is in fact borrowed from the name of the Roman goddess of woods and waters.
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Lahti, Finland
09 May



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