A mighty eagle soars
through icy winds to find the eldest
In the time of St Ciaran, we hear
about a day of incredibly bad weather. The ancient and mighty
Eagle, Léithin, sets off on a quest to discover whether there was
ever a day of worse weather. This tale, re-discovered in 1916,
re-tells a common theme in Celtic Mythology - the search for the
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- Eigne of
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- Fir Bolg
- Tuatha De Danaan
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