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The Tuatha Dé Danann

The Tuatha Dé Danann were the mysterious god-like people of ancient Ireland, and were the race most closely connected with the ancient megalithic sites of Ireland such as Brú na Bóinne. Stories of the Tuatha Dé are wide and varied, and contain a magical appeal which has not been lost to the immense time which has lapsed since then.

Stories of the ancient gods

Gods of the Heavens - were the ancient gods connected with constellations in the sky? Were the Tuatha De Danann really hostile beings who descended from the heavens? Did the ancient people watch the sky for comets?

The Fate of the Children of Lir - the second sorrowful tale of storytelling.Tuatha De Danann

The drowning of Boann - The story of Boann's temptation, and her drowning.

Danu and Bile - The Primordial Parents?

Lugus - The Many-Gifted Lord

The Morrigan - Goddess of Battle

Brighid - Bright Goddess of the Gael

Deities - Basic Types of Celtic Gods

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