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Drombeg Stone Circle, County Cork Ireland is filled with an overwhelming number of ancient sites. This stone circle is near Ross Carbery, County Cork. Ireland is filled with an overwhelming number of ancient. Oh The Places You'll Go, Places To Travel, Places To Visit, Travel Things, Ireland Vacation, Ireland Travel, County Cork Ireland, Galway Ireland, Belfast Ireland

Drombeg Stone Circle, County Cork

Ireland is filled with an overwhelming number of ancient sites. This stone circle is near Ross Carbery, County Cork.

Irish map with meanings of county names. Loved Dublin and Naas, Kildare. Highly recommend the Four Seasons in Dublin! Irish Names, Irish Language, Irish Roots, Thinking Day, Emerald Isle, Ireland Travel, Ireland Map, Antrim Ireland, Ireland Facts

World History | Map of Ireland with the original county names translated into English meanings - image

Map of Ireland with the original county names translated into English meanings - image

Called the Emerald Isle for a good reason, Ireland is draped in vibrant shades of green amidst the blue Atlantic Ocean and Celtic (south) and Irish (east) Seas. Dublin, Vue Satellite, Places To Travel, Places To See, Images Of Ireland, Beau Site, Au Pair, Voyage Europe, Irish Eyes

Ireland

On August 7, 2003, the NASA Aqua MODIS instrument acquired this image of Ireland on the first day this summer that most of the island hasn´t been completely obscured by cloud cover. Called the Emerald Isle for a good reason, Ireland is draped in vibrant shades of green amidst the blue Atlantic Ocean and Celtic (south) and Irish (east) Seas. Faint ribbons of blue-green phytoplankton drift in the waters of the Celtic Sea, just south of Dublin. Dublin itself appears as a large grayish-brown…

CúChulainn: one of the greatest heroes of Irish mythology and legend, was a warrior in the service of Conchobhar, king of Ulster. Best known for his single-handed defense of Ulster, Cuchulain is said to have lived in the first century B. Irish Celtic, Celtic Art, Irish Mythology, Vikings, Celtic Warriors, Celtic Culture, Legends And Myths, Dark Ages, Gods And Goddesses

Cú Chulainn (Mythology)

Cú Chulainn, born Setanta, is an demigod hero and a major figure in Irish mythology. The son of the god Lugh, Cú Chulainn was famed for his exploits in the defense of Ulster during the infamous War of the Brown Bull, thanks to his skill in battle and his fits of battle frenzy in which he transforms into a terrifying and violent monster. Setanta left home at an early age, determined to join the boy-troop of Emain Macha. Unaware of the local custom of asking for protection, the boy-troop…

Medieval map of Ireland, showing Irish tribes. Blood of the Irish: What DNA Tells Us About the Ancestry of People in Ireland Éphémères Vintage, Medieval, Ireland Map, Galway Ireland, Irish People, Celtic Culture, Genealogy Research, Family Genealogy, Genealogy Websites

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Caherconnell (Cathair Chonaill) is a well-preserved, Early Middle Age Celtic stone ringfort in County Clare, Ireland. It lies about 1 km south of the Poulnabrone dolmen (a neolithic portal tomb). This fort and other sites like it would have been used. Places To Travel, Places To See, Clare Ireland, County Clare, Emerald Isle, Ireland Travel, British Isles, Northern Ireland, Ireland Images

Ancient to Medieval (And Slightly Later) History

Caherconnell (Cathair Chonaill) is a well-preserved, Early Middle Age Celtic stone ringfort in County Clare, Ireland. It lies about 1 km south of the Poulnabrone dolmen (a neolithic portal tomb). This...

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"Murchad, the son of Brian Boru, High King of all Ireland, tackles a Viking at the battle of Clontarf, Dublin, 1014", Angus McBride

"Irish knight, from the late century Book of the de Burgos, (MS Historia et Genealogia Familiae de Burgo)" as published by Irish Archaeology. Irish Images, Irish Clothing, Irish Warrior, Irish People, Irish Blessing, Anglo Saxon, Vintage Artwork, 16th Century, Archaeology

16th century images of Irish people | Irish Archaeology

A collection of images depicting 16th century Irish people. Although the majority of figures illustrated are soldiers, there are also some great pictures of women, especially by the Flemish artist, Lucas d'Heere.

Authentic proof that war pipes similar to the great highland pipes were used by Irish in battle well before English rule. Irish Warrior, Celtic Warriors, Celtic Culture, Irish Traditions, Picts, Historical Pictures, Cool Art, Awesome Art, Medieval

Irish dirk vs. Ballock dagger?

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"Irish horseman, from the Book of the de Burgos. This late century document contains a genealogical history of the Burke family (after MS Historia et Genealogia Familiae de Burgo)" as published by Irish Archaeology. Irish Costumes, Irish Clothing, Irish Warrior, Irish People, Medieval Art, Dark Ages, Ancient Art, 16th Century, Middle Ages

Irish Horsemen - History and Equipment

"It wasn’t until the arrival of the Galloglaich that pitched battles became more commonplace and the Hobilars began to become more heavily armed and against other native Irish armies the Hobilar could dismount and fight with the infantry, bolstering the fighting quality of the traditionally unarmoured Gaelic warrior in a pitched battle."