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KELEETOON THRASKEIA,PYRAIOON GRAEKOON THRAEKOON SYNECHEIA ESTIN (b)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM 18/03/18) The Voyage 1 of Bran son of Febal, and his Expedition 2 here below1. ’TWAS fifty quatrains the woman from unknown lands sang on the floor of the house to Bran son of Febal, when the royal house was full … Continue reading

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IRIS or IERNE ALL HAVE RIGHT BECAUSE IS ABOUT MEDI (B)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM 25/12/17) CHAPTER VII. SCOTLAND:ARGYLL, HY, or IONA and DUNSTAFFNAGE. THE Zarahites, Milesians, or Scotii, as previously noted in Chapter V., had “never been in bondage to any man” (John 8:33), nor stooped under the yoke of an … Continue reading

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THE CELTIC TRI-(BU/BHU/PHU/)PHY-LAI (C)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM 16/12/17) Northern European Tribal Structure & HierarchyIn this lesson we will deal only with the hierarchical structure but not so much on the duties or specifics of these occupations, as that is discussed after next years lessons. … Continue reading

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“Celtic” and Mediterranean Interaction-(ΚΕΛΗΤΕΣ-CELTS AND THRACIANS-PART ID)

(BEING   CONTINUED FROM    23/11/17) 24.1 Introduction1 The Gauls, a vast horde of men, whether moved by shortage of land or hope of plunder, feeling assured that no people through which they would pass was their match in war, under the … Continue reading

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KELEETOON THRASKEIA,PYRAIOON GRAEKOON THRAEKOON SYNECHEIA ESTIN (a)

The Voyage of Bran INTRODUCTION THE old-Irish tale which is here edited and fully translated 1 for the first time, has come down to us in seven MSS. of different age and varying value. It is unfortunate that the oldest copy (U), … Continue reading

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IRIS or IERNE ALL HAVE RIGHT BECAUSE IS ABOUT MEDI (A)

IRELAND (Tara) THE earliest mention of the British Isles in Western literature is to be found in Herodotus (450 B.C.), where this “falsely so-called” “Father of History” says: “I do not believe there is a large river, called the Eridanus … Continue reading

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THE CELTIC TRI-(BU/BHU/PHU/)PHY-LAI (B)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM 16/09/16) the Damnoni tribe – whose name literally means “men under the goddess of the deep”.  Could be a reference to them being miners. Associated with Drumchapel & settled in Ayrshire, Renfrewshire, Lanarkshire, Dumbartonshire & parts of … Continue reading

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