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Let's Travel Back In Time: The Difference Of Irish Mythology And Celtic Mythology

Let's Travel Back In Time: The Difference Of Irish Mythology And Celtic Mythology

Are Irish and Celtic mythologies the same thing, or do you only hear people use the words together? Truth be told, the majority of people that take a glimpse of the two concepts may interchange them or use them as one factual reference. Then again, we have to understand that these are two different concepts and two different forms of literature derived from different scriptures at different eras. Irish myths...

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Unlock Your Inner Viking: Unique Viking Ideas That Can Be Included In Your Irish And Celtic Wedding.

Unlock Your Inner Viking: Unique Viking Ideas That Can Be Included In Your Irish And Celtic Wedding.

Weddings are very special especially for the couple celebrating it. As Celtic and Irish practices have been done in a traditional sense, there are viking practices and traditions in Norse mythology that can be inculcated on your special day. Don’t worry, you aren’t going to wear horns or costumes on your wedding day, not that it would be a bad thing, but we aren’t going that far. Here are some...

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Discovering The History And Essence Of The Celtic Claddagh Symbol For Irish People Across The Globe.

Discovering The History And Essence Of The Celtic Claddagh Symbol For Irish People Across The Globe.

Galway, an Irish city in the west, is near the ancient fishing village of Claddagh, which is over two thousand years old. Historians dug into the roots of the Claddagh ring to find out more about the people and their culture, as well as their heritage. A Brief History Claddagh's residents created a protective wall to keep themselves isolated from the rest of the population and other cultures. They also...

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A Deep Analysis On Why Celtic And Norse Use Knot Designs Throughout Our Heritage.

A Deep Analysis On Why Celtic And Norse Use Knot Designs Throughout Our Heritage.

There have been several speculations that both the Celtic and Norse use the same forms of knotwork in their designs, therefore they share the same meaning. The truth is, although similar they still share a huge difference in terms of the overall style, purpose, meaning, and values that the designs express and showcase. But before we dive into that, the similarities are uncanny, both practices share the usage of such...

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