Irish British and Celtic Myths Myths and Folktales
The main source for Irish mythology and heroic traditions are four major groups of stories, or cycles: - the Ulster Cycle, which centres around the kingdom of Ulster, its king, and its foremost hero, Cú Chulainn.
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Irish Literature, Mythology, Folklore, and Drama - Guide to web resources, created by Anniina Jokinen (web editor of The Luminarium).
- Tuatha De Danann Family Tree - Charts the familial relationship among the gods of Irish Celtic irish mythology.
- Gods and Fighting Men - The Story of the Tuatha De Danaan and of the irish Fianna of Ireland, by Lady Augusta Gregory (1904), e-text from irish the Internet Sacred Text Archive.
- Celtic Twilight: Myths and Legends of Ireland - Online texts of and links pertaining to Irish myths and legends.
- The Second Battle of Mag Tured (Moytura) - Excerpt from the Mythological Cycle.
- IrishAbroad: Irish Mythology - Irish and Celtic legends and mythology.
- Myths and Folklore of Ireland - By Jeremiah Curtin (1890), e-text from the Internet myths Sacred Text myths Archive.
- Dates in Irish Myth and Legend - A chronology of the legendary prehistory and history irish of Ireland.
- Little Glossary of Irish Mythology - Guide to the main deities and locations of irish Irish mythology.
- Tír na nÓg: Folklore, Mythology, History and Art - Selection of annotated links.
- Yahoo! Groups: Irish Mythology - A place to learn about Irish mythology.
- Seanachi - Irish folktalkes told by the late storyteller John british and celtic british and celtic W. Kelly.
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