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The Encyclopedia of Celtic Mythology and Folklore

Patricia Monaghan

The Encyclopedia of Celtic Mythology and Folklore

by Patricia Monaghan

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Published by Checkmark Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Encyclopedias,
  • Folklore & Mythology,
  • General,
  • Religion,
  • Reference

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages528
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11360787M
    ISBN 100816075565
    ISBN 109780816075560

    Irish Imbas: Celtic Mythology Collection This collection by a new wave of contemporary authors (Sighle Meehan, Sheelagh Russell Brown, Marc McEntegart, Coral Atkinson and Marie Gethins) hauls Celtic stories out of the dusty shadows and with succinct . Encyclopedia of Myths: A-Am, Am-Ar, Ar-Be, Be-Ca, Ca-Cr, Cr-Dr, Dr-Fi, Fi-Go, Go-Hi, Ho-Iv, Iz-Le, Le-Me, Mi-Ni, Ni-Pa, Pa-Pr, Pr-Sa, Sa-Sp, Sp-Tl, Tr-Wa, and Wa-Z. Wa-Z. Contains articles like Wayland - Myth Encyclopedia, Werewolves - Myth Encyclopedia, White Shell Woman - Myth Encyclopedia, Whittington, Dick - Myth Encyclopedia, Witches and Wizards - Myth Encyclopedia, Woman Who .

    Encyclopedia Mythica is an internet encyclopedia on mythology, folklore, and religion. Everything from Aaron to Zygius, with thousands of articles in between. Follow @mythica on Twitter or on Facebook. Bounteous Demeter, the “golden Haired,” was the Greek goddess of fertility and agriculture, presiding over the yearly harvest, and a paragon of motherly love. Susanoo, Japanese God of Storms. Gregory Wright 6. The Japanese god of sea and storms, Susanoo is a chaotic, stubborn soul who wielded the Kusanagi-no-Tsurugi and slew the dragon Orochi.

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Goddesses, gods, mythical queens and kings, heroes and heroines, saints and otherworldly creatures. Customs, rituals, battles and legends written like a /5. The Encyclopedia of Celtic Mythology and Folklore Facts on File Library of Religion and Mythology: Author: Patricia Monaghan: Publisher: Infobase Publishing, ISBN:Length: pages: Subjects5/5(1).

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Often this mother goddess was the ancestor of the entire people, while at other times she was viewed as the ancestor of the gods Size: 2MB. An Encyclopedia of Celtic Mythology is a comprehensive and exhaustively researched introduction to Celtic gods and goddesses and the folklore surrounding them.

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I am not an autor. This accessible book offers a broad overview of the elements that constitute and characterize Celtic mythology and folklore, including figures, deities, events, stories, and places.

Concise A-to-Z entries provide brief descriptions of the subjects, emphasizing the original sources of myths and traditions and including bibliographic references. Patricia Monaghan, a member of the interdisciplinary faculty at DePaul University in Chicago, is the author of The Red-Haired Girl from the Bog: The Landscape of Celtic Myth and Spirit and of the forthcoming Encyclopedia of Goddesses and Heroines/5(7).

This one-volume encyclopedia on the myths and folklore of the Celtic lands - Ireland, Scotland, Celtic Britain, Wales, Brittany and central France, Galicia and the smaller islands where the Ceits lived - offers a broad overview of the elements that constitute and characterize Celtic mythology and folklore.

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Cotterell's "The Encyclopedia of Mythology" is literally the A-Z of Greek, Celtic and Norse mythologies. Although it doesn't delve deep into the subject matter, Cotterell offers short biographies and descriptions of every character and event that features in folklore alongside colourful illustrations and dedicated pages for the more important /5.

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The encyclopedia of Celtic mythology and folklore. Examines the mythology and folklore of the peoples of Ireland, Scotland, Celtic Britain, Wales, Brittany, and central France and Galicia, covering original sources, mythical figures and heroes, themes, and sacred and historical places.

The Encyclopedia of Celtic Mythology and Folklore (Book): Monaghan, Patricia: Baker & TaylorExamines the mythology and folklore of the peoples of Ireland, Scotland, Celtic Britain, Wales, Brittany, and central France and Galicia, covering original sources, mythical figures and heroes, themes, and sacred and historical NewsContaining approximately 1, alphabetically arranged.

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Celtic MythologyCeltic Mythology in ContextAdventure, heroism, romance, and magic are a few of the elements that make Celtic mythology one of the most entrancing mythologies of Europe. Once a powerful people who dominated much of Europe, the Celts were reduced to a few small groups after the Roman invasions.

Their mythology survived, however, thanks largely to the efforts of later Irish and. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Encyclopedia of Celtic Mythology and Folklore at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5.These legends, first told through song as people gathered around the fire more than 2, years ago, are now here for you to explore.

Experience the wonder and wisdom of these mysterious people with The Book of Celtic ed on: Decem 8 Myths and Legends of the Celtic Race Aristotle knew that they dwelt “beyond Spain,”that they had captured Rome, and that they set great store by warlike power.

References other than geographical are occasionally met with even in early writers. Hellanicus of Lesbos, an historian of theFile Size: 6MB.