The Morrigan in Celtic Mythology

The Morrigan was a renowned Celtic goddess associated with war, destiny and fertility. She first appeared in the Ulst...

The Winter Solstice

The winter solstice marks the shortest day and longest night of the year and is celebrated in many cultures throughou...

Dogs in Celtic Mythology

Dogs feature throughout Celtic mythology, valued for their loyalty and intelligence as well as their abilities to hun...

Cú Chulainn

A well known figure in Celtic mythology, Cú Chulainn features in The Cattle Raid of Cooley (Táin Bó Cúailnge), a batt...

Trees in Celtic Mythology

In this article we take a look at some of the sacred trees that feature in the many Celtic myths and legends handed ...

Saint Patrick's Day and the Spring Equinox

The famous patron saint of Ireland, Patrick was a missionary in the fifth century. Saint Patrick's Day falls on the 1...

Women in Celtic Myths and Legends

We are marking International Women's Day by taking a look at some of the famous female characters that feature in Cel...

Melangell and the Hare

The hare was a sacred animal for the Celts, a symbol of abundance, prosperity and good fortune. Our latest hare sculp...

Hares in Celtic Mythology

The hare was a sacred and mystical animal to the Celts; a symbol of abundance, prosperity and good fortune. They wer...

Bronze Legends: The Creation and Casting of a Sculpture

The Bronze Legend Collection of sculptures by Charlie Mallon is inspired by the symbols and stories of the Ancient Ce...

The Boar of Ben Gulbain

Boars were symbols of strength and wealth to the ancient Celts. Symbols of battle on helmets and shields often featu...

Horses in Celtic Mythology

Horses were much admired by the Celts and feature throughout many of the ancient stories handed down from one gene...
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