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Irish mythology

Irish mythology is the collection of tales and beliefs out of Celtic folklore and religion in Ireland, mostly prior to the widespread introduction of Christianity. Major legendary cycles that have survived to the present day include the Tain and the Fenian cycle[?].

Topics in Irish mythology include:

Festivals and Seasons

Gods and Goddesses

Heroes and Heroines

Legendary creatures

Places

Miscellaneous

Accounts and Writings

Other sources:

(available as an etext at: http://www.sacred-texts.com/neu/celt/gafm )

See also: Celtic mythology

External links:

Timeless Myths (http://www.timelessmyths.com/celtic)



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