Web Analytics Made Easy - StatCounter
Deirdre is the foremost tragic heroine in Irish legend She is known

Deirdre is the foremost tragic heroine in Irish legend She is known


Deirdre is the foremost tragic heroine in Irish legend. She is known by the epithet "Deirdre of the Sorrows".


Death of Deirdre of the Sorrows (88cmx64cm).jpg

"Deirdre's Lament", drawing by J.H. Bacon, c.1905.

According to Irish/Celtic mythology, Deirdre is the foremost tragic heroine. Her tale is part of the Ulster Cycle.

Deidre of Sorrows

The story of Deirdre Of The Sorrows

Étaín or Édaín (Modern Irish spelling: Éadaoin) is a figure of Irish mythology, best known as the heroine of Tochmarc Étaíne (The Wooing Of Étaín), ...

Deirdre of the Sorrows by angel-paradox

Celtic, Gaelic And Irish History And Culture

According to Irish/Celtic mythology, Deirdre is the foremost tragic heroine, Stock Photo, Picture And Royalty Free Image. Pic. WR2001461 | age fotostock


Deirdre of the Sorrows by silviadotti ...


Deirdre and her foster-mother Nurse

Deirdre Of The Sorrows Painting - Deirdre Of The Sorrows Postcard by Jerry Kool

From the Banshee to the Dullahan and the legend of Tír na nÓg, here are 10 of the greatest Irish myths and legends | The Irish Post

Image is loading Deirdre-James-Stephens-Illus-Nonny-Hogrigian-1970-Irish-


Ai is a Japanese-born writer and artist who is currently an M.F.A. candidate and Creative Writing instructor at San Francisco State University. She is ...

Deirdre Meaning

Druids in Mythology

The inside of the slipcase features the Brown Bull of Cooley, the Werewolves of Ossory, as well as Deirdre of the Sorrows. The set contained coins from 1 ...

deirdreofthesorrows 1

Gavin Hynds, Roisin Gaffney, Paula Radcliffe, Deidre Weatherall and Phillip Vint before the

Aoife and the Children of Lir [Via: Ireland of the Welcomes]

The play is based on the chief myths about Deirdre, Naoise and Conchobar. The work was unfinished at the author's death in 1909, but was completed by ...

Queen Maev by J. C. Leyendecker, Medb is queen of Connacht in the Ulster Cycle of


THE HEDGE OF SPEARS. Illustrator Katherine Cameron

My name, don't wear it out, and if you call me Dee

Isadora Duncan with daughter Deirdre, circa 1908. Courtesy: CSU Archives / Everett Collection

Deirdre Of The Sorrows Framed Print by Jerry Kool

Base Stats

Brasil on a 1595 map west of Ireland [Via: Wikipedia Commons]

Page 1

The story of Deirdre, oil on Canvas, by A.C. Michael ...

1858 depiction of the English dullahan 'The Headless Horseman' [Via: Wikipedia Commons

Cú Chulainn, also called Cuchulain, Cuchulinn, or Cuchullin .

Deirdre M. Daly

Cliodna Irish Goddess Postcard by Jerry Kool

Gavin Hynds taking it in his stride

1825 depiction of a banshee [Via: Wikipedia Commons]

Biróg, another bandrúi of the Tuatha De Danann, plays a key role in an Irish folktale where the Fomorian warrior Balor attempts to thwart a prophecy ...

'Deirdre of the Sorrows', pencil on paper. #drawing #detail #

Deirdre's Lament, drawing by J.H. Bacon, 1905 "

Kathy McMahon Reveals The 'Concentration Convents' - Edited excerpts from Kathy McMahon, Founder

Inktober Day 13 - Deirdre's Lament! A sketch from the classic Irish tale, Deirdre

Drawing Conclusions

brown bull of cooley statue county louth republic of ireland - Stock Image

... foremost tragic heroine in Irish mythology and probably its best-known figure in modern times. She is often called "Deirdre of the Sorrows.

Deirdre Of The Sorrows Phone Case by Jerry Kool

Deirdre Curtin


Aye, lassies, an' ye think it's a great thing to be a beauty? With all the lords 'n the lads wantin' ya? Making bargains between 'em an' you with no say ...

Page 1

wrathofmorrigan: “ Modern mythology: Aidan Turner as Nuada Airgetlám In Irish mythology, Nuada

Deirdre name means sorrowful in English and Celtic

Imaginative illustration of 'An Arch Druid in His Judicial Habit', from The Costume of the Original Inhabitants of the British Islands by S.R. Meyrick and ...


Clurichauns of Irish folklore leading a tipsy traveler astray. Hand-colored woodcut - Stock

Diarmuid Ua Duibhne

Female Druids. Irish mythology ...

Deirdre (song)

Sunday Irish Racing Tips: Jewel can prove Golden in graded handicap hurdle Navan is the

Melbourne Deirdre - Wikipedia Deirdre is the foremost tragic heroine in Irish legend and probably its best-known figure in modern times. She is known by the ...



Buzz Key Showing Awareness Exposure And Publicity

Sources on druid beliefs and practices[edit]

Deirdre of the sorrows by John Duncan - Stock Image

Naois laid down by the side of the beautiful green knoll in which Deirdre lived.

So,what you're telling me is that I've been doomed to

Anna Gardiner (3rd) Lauren Madine (1st) and Katie McCleery (2nd)

We are PROUD to welcome our friend @RonKeel back with his radio show STREETS OF

Deirdre Wilson

Page 1

Queen Medb - Character Development

Fairy doors on trees in an Irish wood for the little people. - Stock Image

Homage Kippery

Aoife is an Irish feminine given name. The name is probably derived from the Gaelic aoibh, which means "beauty" or "radiance". It has been compared to the ...

Novel EncountersFinal

Deirdre of the Sorrows and the sons of Usnach leaving Ireland. From “The Names

Who's that with Roisin Gaffney at Laganside 10K on Sunday?

Military Operations - Shelter - Barracks - Barracks



0329172032.jpg1440×2560 727 KB

Edward Williams, known for his bardic name; Iolo Morganwg

Irish mythological character

(Irish mythology) The foremost tragic heroine in the Ulster Cycle of Irish mythology. Daughter of Fedlimid mac Daill. At birth, Cathbad foretold that she ...

Donald MacKinnon

... foremost tragic heroine in Irish legend. Sent to live her childhood in secret in the woods, she later fell in love with Naoise who was killed.

CELTIC Mythology The death of the hero Diarmid. Illustration by H J Ford, from Andrew

Page 1

Leabharcham was a wise old woman of Emain Macha in the Ulster Cycle of Irish mythology

Cicero, Diodorus Siculus, Strabo and Tacitus[edit]

For example, William Shakespeare, and Rabindranth Tagore, are known as "the Bard of Avon" and "the Bard of Bengal" respectively.

Macha was a sovereignty goddess of ancient Ireland associated with the province of Ulster, particularly with the sites of Navan Fort and Armagh, ...