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MYTHOLOGY HELP PLEASE. In Celtic mythology, one story involves Macha, who was pregnant at the time she outraced the king's horses on a wager. In Norse history, Freydis Eiriksdottir was pregnant at the time that she single-handedly turned back the natives of Vinland, who were at war with the Norse. Why do you think that pregnancy of these warrior women figures so prominently in mythology and folklore, as well as historical stories?

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