The Scathach and Maeve's Daughters
In the eighth century, Scathach, the ancient shape-shifting female champion, appears to Maeve Moira, the daughter of a Celtic High King, and, pleased with her character, promises that her daughters--and the daughters of their daughters--will survive and possess Maeve's qualities.
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