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The Wooing Of Findabair


  • Shakagami
    Tochmarc Emire ("The Wooing of Emer") is one of the stories in the Ulster Cycle of Irish mythology and one of the longest when it received its form in the second recension (below). It concerns the efforts of the hero Cú Chulainn to marry Emer, who appears as his wife in other stories of the cycle, and his training in arms under the warrior-woman Scáthach.
  • Dishakar
    Findabair or Finnabair (modern Irish Fionnabhair [ˈfʲɪn̪ˠəuɾʲ]) was a daughter of Ailill and Queen Medb of Connacht in Irish mythology. The meaning of the name is "white phantom" (etymologically cognate with Gwenhwyfar, the original Welsh form of Guinevere).The Dindsenchas also mention a Findabair who is the daughter of Lugaid Laigde.. Though not considered a main character in the.
  • Maukasa
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Gems of Celtic Story: Two - Robin Williamson on AllMusic - - Subtitled "Tales For the Rising Year," this is.
  • Kikree
    Táin Bó Froích is one of the best-told stories of Early Irish literature. In its first part it is rather a love-story of the “wooing” type. Froech, a noble person originating from the fairy-mounds, sets out to meet Findabair, daughter of Ailill and Medb, the royal couple of Connacht, who is .
  • Fenrill
    The Wooing Of Findabair. Line-up / Musicians - Robin Williamson / vocals, instruments. Releases information. CD Pig's Whisker PWMD () UK Thanks to clemofnazareth for the addition Edit this entry. Buy ROBIN WILLIAMSON Gems of Celtic Story Two: Tales For The Rising Year Music.
  • Malaramar
    How to say Findabair in English? Pronunciation of Findabair with 2 audio pronunciations and more for Findabair.
  • Kasho
    * The Great Slaughter on the Plain of Murtheimne * The Battle of Ros na Rig * The Cattle-Raid of Regamna * The Cattle-Raid of Freoch & The Wooing of Findabair * The Wooing of Treblann * The Intoxication of the Ulstermen * The Sorrow of Deirdru, or, the Exile of the Sons of Usench * The Adventures of Nera, or, the Cattle-Raid of Angen * Bricriu.
  • Mikami
    The core of the book is a personal selection by the authors of high myth, folktale and poetry drawn from the various Celtic tribes, ranging from the well-known Irish (The Wooing of Findabair) and Welsh (such as the Birth of Taliesin and Culwuch and Olwen) material to the lesser known – including the undeservedly neglected Breton magickal.

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