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What Is The Banshee in Celtic Mythology?

The banshees are one of the most famous Celtic mythological beings in all of Irish mythology today. They – or variations and interpretations of them – can ...

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23 Popular Celtic Symbols and Their Meanings

The Celts trace their heritage back to the ancient Roman city of Gaul, from where they eventually spread to the mainland of Europe, specifically Ireland, ...

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Legendary Creatures Of Celtic Mythology – A List

There’s much of Celtic mythology that’s been lost over the ages. This culture was in its prime during the Iron age, but much of the mythology was lost due ...

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The Triskelion: From Celtic Roots to Modern Interpretations

The Triskelion, a symbol with a rich history spanning several millennia, has been an emblem of significance across various European cultures. While its ...

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Celtic Boar – Symbolism and Meaning

Known to be one of the most ferocious and aggressive animals, the wild boar is native to the whole of Europe and North America. These animals are often ...

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Taranis – The Celtic Wheel God

Known by many names, Taranis was an important deity worshipped in the Bronze Age throughout most of Europe. He was originally a Celtic sky god who embodied ...

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Celtic Dara Knot – Meaning and Symbolism

The most easily identifiable symbols of Celtic culture are the various beautiful knots that come to us from antiquity. The Dara Knot is one of several such ...

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Celtic Sailor’s Knot – What Does it Symbolize?

Tying knots is part-and-parcel to being a sailor and living a life on uncharted waters. Although an old practice, we don’t really know where knot tying ...

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The Serch Bythol: A Celtic Knot of Perpetual Love Explained

Pronounced serk beeth-ohl, the Serch Bythol is not nearly as popular as other Celtic knots, but it is one of the most beautiful in meaning and appearance. ...

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Queen Boudica – A British Celtic Hero of Independence

Queen Boudica is one of the oldest and most famous heroines of old British history. She was the wife of Celtic Iceni king Prasutagus, although it’s fairer to ...