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Celtic Ireland - Heroes and Heroines
legendary poet and warrior who resembles the Welsh
a druid who appears in various tales of the Ulster Cycle
warrior-hero of Ulster; his name suggests his status: Conall means "strong" and Cernach translates roughly as "victorious"
king of Ulster; closely linked with the hero Cu Chulainn
a High King of Ireland; known as "Conn of the Hundred Battles"
a hero and warrior par excellence; his name means "hound of Culann"
in the Ulster Cycle, he is a sorcerer who transforms himself into various guises
beautiful woman whose tragic tale is part of the Ulster Cycle
the wife of Cu Chulainn
poet and prophetess in the service of Queen Medb
the king of Ulster prior to Conchobar
Finn Mac Cool
hero of the Fionn Cycle; he was also the leader of the Fianna
the salmon of knowledge
in the Fionn Cycle, she is betrothed to Finn, but falls in love with Diarmaid
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Dictionary of Celtic Mythology
This book is a great source for information about Celtic mythology! Described as both a "who's who" and a "what's what", this reference book features entries on the important gods, heroes, and other characters from Celtic myth and legend.
Dictionary of Celtic Myth and Legend
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