The Treasure of the Tuatha De Danann: a dual language collection of Irish myth

The Treasure of the Tuatha De Danann a dual language collection of Irish myth This dual language pocket book represents a collection of new translations of several Irish myths Each story is first presented in the original Old Irish and then in English so that a reader can exper

  • Title: The Treasure of the Tuatha De Danann: a dual language collection of Irish myth
  • Author: Morgan Daimler
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 252
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This dual language pocket book represents a collection of new translations of several Irish myths Each story is first presented in the original Old Irish and then in English so that a reader can experience the story as it existed in the original before reading a new translation Many of the existing translations are around a hundred years old, and often either exclude matThis dual language pocket book represents a collection of new translations of several Irish myths Each story is first presented in the original Old Irish and then in English so that a reader can experience the story as it existed in the original before reading a new translation Many of the existing translations are around a hundred years old, and often either exclude material or else skew the retelling to fit the s of a Victorian audience The translations included here in stories including Angus s Dream to the Taking of the Sidhe are an attempt to find a balance between a literal translation that is still enjoyable to an English speaking audience All material focuses on the stories of the Irish Gods, the Tuatha De Danann.

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    1. "The Treasures of the Tuatha De Danann" is a nice selection of short, and very short, Irish mythological tales and traditions, all recorded (like the rest of Irish literature) in Christian times, but regarding the "People of the Goddess Dana," i.e. the gods of the "pagan" Irish, sometimes involving the traditional heroes of the "Sons of Mil" (or "Milesians" -- a term for the legendary ancestors of the Christian Irish, regarded as originally intruders in the Ireland of the Tuatha De Danann).The K [...]

    2. I recently journeyed to Ireland to take part in a Sacred Journey centered around The Morrigan and the Sidhe (The Good Neighbors, The Other Crowd). The trip was planned/co-ordinated by Vyviane Armstrong of Land Sea Sky Travel. landseaskytravel/ It was hosted by Vyvian, Stephanie Woodfield (author of Celtic Lore and Spellcraft of the Dark Goddess), and Morgan Daimler.Each of the participants was given a gift bag and in it was a copy of this book. How fortunate we are that Morgan has such a tremend [...]

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