Irish Legends - Seanscéalta

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Crom Dubh - In this story there is a contest of power between Crom Dubh(literally meaning 'black stoop' or 'dark croucher') and Saint Brendan(Bréanainn;'braen-fhind' literally meaning 'fair drop'). The tale could be associated with the power-shift from the old pagan ways to the new Christian beliefs and the age-old clash of 'light' and 'dark'.

In this story there is a contest of power between Crom Dubh(literally meaning 'black stoop' or 'dark croucher') and Saint Brendan(Bréanainn;

Cormac MacAirt - The Cave of Cormac - Cormac MacAirt was a mythical high-king of Ireland. As a child a wolf stole him while his mother slept and suckled and sheltered him in a secret cave as he hid from his enemies

Cormac MacAirt - The Cave of Cormac - Cormac MacAirt was a mythical high-king of Ireland. As a child a wolf stole him while his mother slept and suckled and sheltered him in a secret cave as he hid from his enemies

Cathair Conraoi - In this great folk tale Cú Chulainn(the hero of Ulster) comes to the magical fort of Cú Raoi Mac Dáire(the great Munster magician and hero)...

Cathair Conraoi - In this great folk tale Cú Chulainn(the hero of Ulster) comes to the magical fort of Cú Raoi Mac Dáire(the great Munster magician and hero).

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