Celtic Mythology Articles

How The Children of Lir Became Swans – Celtic Myth

There are several names of the legend: Oidheadh Chlainne Lir, "The Tragic Story of Lear's Children" or "The Fate of Lear's Children"; Aided Chlainne Lir, as "The Violent Death of Lear's Children." "Children of Lir" (Irish: Oidheadh ​​chloinne Lir) is a Celtic legend...

Tuatha De Danann and Fir Bolg – The Battle of Moytura

In one of the greatest battles in Irish myth, the Battle of Mag Tuired Conga or Cath Maighe Tuireadh Theas ("The Battle of Southern Mag Tuired"), the supernatural Tuatha Dé Danann, led by the hero Lugh, confronts the formidable Fomorians, whose leader, the...

Celts Origin and Mythology

t is believed that the homeland of the Celts is Central Europe and from there they settled in time south to Rome, east to Thrace, north to Britain. They consisted of several peoples with a common language, culture and religion, but they never had a united single state, nor could they unite their different clans as one common people.

Celts Origin and Mythology

t is believed that the homeland of the Celts is Central Europe and from there they settled in time south to Rome, east to Thrace, north to Britain. They consisted of several peoples with a common language, culture and religion, but they never had a united single state, nor could they unite their different clans as one common people.

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