THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CELTIC MYTHOLOGY AND FOLKLORE

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The Encyclopedia Of Celtic Mythology And Folklore

Author : Patricia Monaghan
ISBN : 9781438110370
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 34.46 MB
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Presents an illustrated A to Z reference containing over 1,000 entries providing information on Celtic myths, fables and legends from Ireland, Scotland, Celtic Britain, Wales, Brittany, central France, and Galicia.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Encyclopedia Of Celtic Wisdom

Author : Caitlin Matthews
ISBN : 1852307862
Genre : Celts
File Size : 35.44 MB
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In this stunning gift edition, Celtic experts Caitlin and John Matthews present inspirational primary material, rich in ancient wisdom, lore, and mythology. For readers who are fascinated by Celtic traditions, and spiritual heritage, this unique reference introduces several new translations of powerful Celtic literature, including stories, poems, and visionary writing -- many dating from the 7th century. Brimming with invaluable ancestral knowledge and previously unavailable texts, this invaluable sourcebook offers readers a rare insight into shamanic memory, druidic divination and prophecy, shape-shifting myths, stories about soul loss and restoration, legendary magic, and healing traditions.
Category: Celts

Celtic Mythology A To Z

Author : Gienna Matson
ISBN : 9781438119892
Genre : Mythology, Celtic
File Size : 23.80 MB
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Celtic Mythology A to Z" is a clearly written
Category: Mythology, Celtic

An Encyclopedia Of Celtic Mythology

Author : Bob Curran
ISBN : 0809223309
Genre : Reference
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An Encyclopedia of Celtic Mythology is a comprehensive and exhaustively researched introduction to Celtic gods and goddesses and the folklore surrounding them. This beautiful, full-color book explains the cultural and religious origin of Celtic myths and how some of these ancient traditions still influence today's world. Curious readers and students will enjoy the facts behind the myths.
Category: Reference

Encyclopedia Of Beasts And Monsters In Myth Legend And Folklore

Author : Theresa Bane
ISBN : 9780786495054
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 82.75 MB
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Here there be dragons--this notation was often made on ancient maps to indicate the edges of the known world and what lay beyond. Heroes who ventured there were only as great as the beasts they encountered. This encyclopedia contains more than 2,200 monsters of myth and folklore, who both made life difficult for humans and fought by their side. Entries describe the appearance, behavior, and cultural origin of mythic creatures well-known and obscure, collected from traditions around the world.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

A Brief Guide To Celtic Myths And Legends

Author : Martyn Whittock
ISBN : 9781780338934
Genre : Social Science
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A very readable guide which fills the gap between academic analysis and less critical retellings of the myths and legends. Marytn Whittock provides an accessible overview while also assessing the current state of research regarding the origins and significance of the myths. Since all records of the myths first occur in the early medieval period, the focus is on the survival of pre-Christian mythology and the interactions of the early Christian writers with these myths. A wide-ranging and enthralling introduction to Celtic mythology, from the Irish gods before gods, the Fomorians, to the children of Llyr, the sea deity; from the hunter-warrior Fionn mac Cumhaill, whose exploits are chronicled in the Fenian Cycle, to CĂș Chulainn, the Hound of Ulster; and from the Welsh heroes of the Mabinogion to Arthur, King of Britain, though the mythical, Welsh version who predates the medieval legends.
Category: Social Science

Where The Hawthorn Grows

Author : Morgan Daimler
ISBN : 9781780999685
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Where the Hawthorn Grows is a reflection on being an Irish reconstructionist Druid in America. It looks at who the Druids were and different aspects of Celtic folk belief from a reconstructionist viewpoint as well as discussing daily practice and practical modern applications.
Category: Biography & Autobiography