Heroes of the Dawn: Celtic Myth
Duncan Baird Publishers
Time-Life Books, 1996 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 144 pages
A dramatic series that captures, culture by culture, the information that never makes it into the history books: strange stories, mystic rites, angry gods, vision quests.
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_7 THE CELTIC WORLD
Art Myth and Symbol
GODS GODDESSES AND THE COSMOS
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ancient Annwn Arawn Arthur Arthurian legends bard battle became boar Bran Brigit Britain British bronze Camelot castle cauldron Celtic Celtic myth Celts century Chretien Christian Conchobar Connacht Cornwall Cuchulainn Culhwch Dagda death deities Diarmaid divine druids Dyfed father feast Fergus Fianna fighting Finn Firbolgs Fomorians Galahad Gaul Gaulish Gawain giant Gilfaethwy gods Grail Gronw Guinevere Gwydion Gwynedd hero High King horse hunting Ireland Irish myth island killed King of Ireland kingdom knight Lady Lake Lancelot land linked Lleu Lludd lover Lugh Mabinogion Macsen Mael Duin Maeve magic Manawyddan Math Matholwch medieval Merlin Mordred Morgan Le Fay Morrigan mother goddess Nuadu Oenghus Oenghus's Oisin Olwen Otherworld Owein Partholon Perceval Pryderi Pwyll queen quest Rhiannon ritual river Roman Round Table sacred sailed salmon Samhain sidh spear stone story supernatural sword symbol tale Tara tradition tree Tuatha De Danann Ulster Wales warriors Welsh wife woman Ysbaddaden Yvain