The son of Elathan, King of the Fomor. Reared among his mother's race, Breas was the greatest champion of the Tuatha De Danann. He proved his bravery beyond doubt at the first Battle of Moy Tura; but though beautiful and brave Breas was unforgiving and arrogant in his heart." by Jim Fitzpatrick
Manannán mac Lir is a sea deity in Irish mythology. He is the son of the obscure Lir (in Irish the name is “Lear”, meaning “Sea”; “Lir” is the genitive form of the word). He is often seen as a psychopomp, and has strong affiliations with the Otherworld, the weather and the mists between the worlds. He is usually associated with the Tuatha Dé Danann, although most scholars consider him to be of an older race of deities. Manannán figures widely in Irish literature, and appears also in Scottish and
Dean Morrissey - Danu Of The Celts. Danu is the Mother goddess in Irish religion of the Tuatha Dé Danann pantheon. As the mother of the gods, Danu has strong parallels with the Welsh literary figure (or goddess) Dôn, who is the mother figure of the medieval tales in the Mabinogion. Danu was considered as the mythic mother goddess of the Tuatha Dé Danann, the Celtic tribes that first invaded Ireland. It is also thought that she may also be a goddess of war.