Dictionary of Celtic Myth and Legend

Dictionary of Celtic Myth and Legend

Book - 1992
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Warlike, exuberant and superstitious, the ancient Celts saw divinities in every facet of life and nature, venerating deities of the sun, thunder, water, war, healing, hunting, fertility and death. They possessed a complicated array of concepts and rituals, a powerful priesthood - the Druids - and a pantheon which included the goddess-queen Medb and the Morrigan, a sinister war-goddess.
Publisher: London : Thames and Hudson, c1992.
ISBN: 9780500279755
0500279756
9780500015162
0500015163
Branch Call Number: 299.16 GREEN
Characteristics: 240 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.

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