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Irish mythical creatures

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Turquoise Indigo Sea Turtles Art Print by Suren Nersisyan

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Celtic Crosses are an obsession of mine for obvious reasons. These are found within a few miles of each other at Kilkieran, Kilree, Killamery and the finest examples at Ahenny, County Kilkenny. Celtic Pride, Irish Celtic, Celtic Art, Celtic Crosses, Love Ireland, Ireland Travel, Celtic Culture, Irish Roots, Book Of Kells

The High Crosses of Ireland

As many of you already know, while I am in Australia with my Mum, the rest of Mustard Seed Associates are getting ready for our annual Celtic retreat. We have a number of Celtic crosses we use for …

A Treasury of Irish Myth, Legend & Folklore (Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry / Cuchulain of Muirthemne) Isabella Augusta Gregory 9780517489048 Introduce yourself to the noble heroes and magical creatures of Irish mythol Science Fiction, Moving To Ireland, Ireland Travel, Celtic Mythology, Roman Mythology, Greek Mythology, Mystery, Irish Celtic, All Nature

A Guide to Irish Folk Tales

Looking at the main traditions in Irish folk tales - warrior myths, romantic tragedies, ghost stories and local fairy stories.

 The beginning of May and official summertime was marked in more ancient times by the fire festival of Bealtaine. Bealtaine falls close to the astronomical cross-quarter day, half way between the equinoxes and the solstices. Beltane, Stone Circles Ireland, Spring Fertility, Fire Festival, Sabbats, Donegal, May 1, Celtic, Image

Beltane, Beltain, Bealtaine Beltaine - Celtic Fire Festival

The Celtic Festival of Bealtaine is a Cross Quarter Day, half way between the Spring Equinox and the Summer Solstice. The festival is now associated with May 1st, the actual astronomical date is a number of days later

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May Eve & the Fairies in Irish Folklore

The boundaries between the Otherworld and our own are said to be slighter on May Eve, and it is then that protection against the fairies is believed to be more crucial than at any other time of the…

One of the two ogham stones inside Ardmore Cathedral, Co. The stone has two inscriptions – one of which has been translated to read – 'the stone of Lugaid, grandson of Nia-Segmon'. Dublin, Celtic Culture, In Ancient Times, Ancient Ruins, Ireland Homes, Celtic Art, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient History, Archaeology

The Old Tribes of Ireland

Ogma ~ The god of eloquence and learning, inventor of the Ogham alphabet. (Pronounced OM). The Old Tribes of Ireland From after the Biblical Flood. This is a very abbreviated summary of the ''pseudo-history'' of the Invasions of Ireland. Much of it is allegorical. Danu 1) The Partholonians. Named after the Greek King Partholon. Said to have 24 males and 24 females who landed on May Day, settled and ''expanded'' the land, presumably by cultivation. They lived in Ireland for 300 years, became…

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1972 Central Bank of Ireland One Pound Banknote Hazel Lavery Image Pick Number 64c Beautiful Crisp Uncirculated

Description: A beautiful crisp uncirculated banknote from the Republic Ireland. This is the Central Bank of Ireland one pound note issued in June 28, 1972. The banknote is green on pale gold underprint. It depicts the image of lady Hazel Lavery to the right of the front. The back is green on a white background and ha the image of the river god in the center. The note has the signatures of T. K. Whitaker and C.H. Murray displayed on the front. The note also has a metallic security thread to…

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Ancient celtic mythological symbol of animals. Vector knot ornament.

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'Nation Honors Men of Irish Independent, 1966 - Taisclann Dhigiteach na hÉireann Ireland 1916, Dublin Ireland, Irish Mythical Creatures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Genealogy Quotes, Dublin Street, Easter Rising, Images Of Ireland

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DRI Object

So glad I went to Ireland and saved my Irish coins before the Euro! Old Irish, Irish Celtic, Celtic Pride, Celtic Art, Love Ireland, Ireland Travel, Irish Eyes Are Smiling, Erin Go Bragh, Irish Roots

How Irish coin designs of 1928 influenced modern coin design

The new Irish coin designs, first minted in 1928 attracted a lot of media attention at home. This is well documented and most Irish coin collectors have read the various contemporary and more recen…

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Cú Chulainn

About Cú Chulainn Known as the champion of Ireland, Cú Chulainn was the most beloved of the Celtic warriors. He was thought of as the greatest of Irish heroes, a larger-than-life figure who fought with great skill and was often aided by the war goddess Morrigan. After training with the warrior-princess Scathach in th

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The Children Of Lir

The Children Of Lir The legend of the Children of Lir has been ingrained in Irish folklore for centuries. As with all legends, there are variations, contrasting versions of events, names, and places. This article will detail the most commonly accepted version of the story and indicate variations where they have relevance.