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The Fairy King’s advice on Trees. A poem from Early Ireland | Irish Archaeology

Early Medieval, fair king, poem, trees Source: The Fairy King’s advice on Trees. A poem from Early Ireland | Irish Archaeology

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Call of the Morrigú is LIVE!

  RELEASE DAY!!!   Call of the Morrigú is now LIVE and ready to go! It’s on sale just through the weekend, so get your copy now before the price goes back up! . Would you dare rouse a goddess?

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Orkneyjar – Who were the Picts?

The Pictish culture has always fascinated and intrigued me! Source: Orkneyjar – Who were the Picts?

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Ness of Brodgar on film | Orkney.com

The Ness of Brodgar archaeological excavation in Orkney has been the focus of a documentary short by two US photographer and documentary makers. Source: Ness of Brodgar on film | Orkney.com

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Early medieval houses in Ireland: some perspectives from archaeology, early Irish history, and experimental archaeology – Early Medieval Ireland and Beyond

Sunday 28th May 2017 Aidan O’Sullivan, Brendan O’Neill and Eileen Reilly Early medieval houses in Ireland, as elsewhere, were the places where people slept, worked on crafts, prepared and consumed … Source: Early medieval houses in Ireland: some perspectives from

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Cover Reveal! Call of the Morrigú

Today’s the day! The cover is out for Call of the Morrigú! .  It is up on Amazon for pre-order here My Tirgearr Publishing page. . Call of the Morrigú will be on sale at 99 cents until the weekend after

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Folklore of Archaeology: Of Giants, Fairies, Megaliths and Menhirs – #FolkloreThursday

There is so much to say about megalithic tombs: of their function, carbon dating, about morphological typologies, and catchment areas. I could tell you about function and materiality, about labour and material costs. I could tell you about the magic

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Bosta Iron Age House on Great Bernera, The Outer Hebrides — Uncover.Travel

After a severe storm in 1993 the tops of a number of structures were exposed at Camas Bostadh (Bosta Beach) on the Isle of Great Bernera in the Outer Hebrides. Excavation of the site in 1996 proved that these structures

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Anglo-Saxon and British Kingdoms c. 800 – Interactive Map – HeritageDaily – Heritage & Archaeology News

Interactive map of the Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms and British kingdoms around c. 800 Source: Anglo-Saxon and British Kingdoms c. 800 – Interactive Map – HeritageDaily – Heritage & Archaeology News

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