World Myths and Legends: Celtic
Celtic myths and legends were first spread by word of mouth. Hundreds of years later, they were written down. The stories may often seem unbelievable. But they have much to tell us about a culture that can be traced from 2,500 years ago to the present. That culture can still be found in today's art, music, and literature. And it still affects the way we look at life.
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The Legends of King Arthur
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Allyn battle beast Blunderbore Bran Bricriu brother Burd Janet castle Celtic Celts century a.d. Champion's Portion children of Lir churchyard Clann Morna cloak Connaught Cool Mac Trenmor Cormoran cried Cuchulain Ebric fairy father feast fell Fianna fight Finala Finn Mac Cool Finnegas gatekeeper giant gold Guinevere hall head heard Hedley Kow horse Igraine Jack the Giant-Killer Jack's killed King Arthur King Conor King Leodegan King Uther knights lady lake Leoghaire and Conall live looked Lord Dunlavin magician marry Merlin myth named noblemen old woman Otherworld pull the sword Red Branch robbers rode rooster Round Table Salmon of Knowledge Samhain shouted Sir Bedivere Sir Ector Sir Gawain Sir Kay spear stone stood story swans Tara Tarn Lin three heroes threw told took traitor Tuatha De Danann turned Uath Ulster Uther Pendragon waited walked warrior-women warriors wife young