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My Favorite Podshows

Lately I’ve been on a Podshow listening kick, and I wanted to share some of my favorites. They run a gamut between writing, Irish, Icelandic, and History. Many of these podcasts have member-only content that you can obtain by becoming

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8 Fun Facts About the Irish Language | Mental Floss

You may hear an “Erin go bragh” or two, but even on the most Irish of holidays, we don’t hear much of the Irish language—which is a shame! Source: 8 Fun Facts About the Irish Language | Mental Floss

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1943 – Comhdháil Náisiúnta na Gaeilge, the coordinating body for Irish-language organisations, is formed. — Stair na hÉireann – History of Ireland

Comhdháil Náisiúnta na Gaeilge (CNnaG) is the central steering council for the Irish language community. Its mission is to “strengthen and consolidate goodwill and support for the Irish language and its usage as a living language so that it may

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How the Irish got their Language (and their Freckles…) | Brehon Law Academy – Ancient Ireland’s Laws and Customs

How the Irish got their Language (and their Freckles…) Source: How the Irish got their Language (and their Freckles…) | Brehon Law Academy – Ancient Ireland’s Laws and Customs

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The Art of the Healing Voice in Celtic Shamanism – Cait Branigan & Caitlin Matthews

Source: The Art of the Healing Voice in Celtic Shamanism – Cait Branigan & Caitlin Matthews

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How Unrecognizable Was The English Language Just 300 Years Ago? – The Writer’s Circle

It\’s like English for time-travelers. Source: How Unrecognizable Was The English Language Just 300 Years Ago? – The Writer’s Circle

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Gaelic Culture and Gaelic Language

Gaelic Culture is rich in music, dance, language, history and traditions. The appeal of things Gaelic and Celtic is worldwide. Embrace it all here. Source: Gaelic Culture and Gaelic Language

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Q-Celtic Languages

Q-Celtic  Irish Gaelic (Gaeilge) The earliest texts in Old Irish consist either of glosses of Latin, short texts and some verses dated during the 7th and 8th centuries AD, of which the Würzburg Glosses are perhaps the most important collection. Irish was

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What Ancient Languages Sound Like – Top 24 Around the World – YouTube

Ever wonder what ancient languages sounded like?  

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Writing 101 from Deckle-Edge Writing

Some excellent articles I’d like to share:   Repeatedly repeating repetition In which the author demonstrates why English is such a rich and varied language, we can use this wonderful variety to great effect in our writing.   The Past

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