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Islanders and water-dwellers

Celtic-Nordic-Baltic Folklore Symposium (1996 University of College Dublin)

Islanders and water-dwellers

proceedings of the Celtic-Nordic-Baltic Folklore symposium held at University College Dublin, 16-19 June, 1996

by Celtic-Nordic-Baltic Folklore Symposium (1996 University of College Dublin)

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Published by DBA Publications Ltd. in Dublin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Folk literature, Celtic -- History and critcism -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    c.1: 99/00 0642.

    Statementeditors Patricia Lysaght, Séamas Ó Catháin, Dáithi Ó hÓgáin.
    GenreCongresses.
    ContributionsLysaght, Patricia., Ó Catháin, Séamas., Ó hÓgáin, Dáithí, 1949-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 414 p. :
    Number of Pages414
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18285874M
    ISBN 100951969277


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Islanders and Water-Dwellers The Proceedings of the Celtic-Nordic-Baltic Folklore Symposium held at University College Dublin in Junethis book contains twenty-seven articles which explore Celtic, Nordic and Baltic legends, tales, songs and beliefs concerning supernatural beings of sea, river and lake.

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The name O’Brasil, according to Mac Lysaght, already existed inand the name O Bressyl is even older. ISLANDERS AND WATER-DWELLERS Islanders and Water-Dwellers: Proceedings of the Celtic-Nordic-Baltic Folklore Symposium held at University College Dublin June Islanders and water-dwellers book by Patricia Lysaght, Seamas 6 Cathain and Daithi Islanders and water-dwellers book hOgain.

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New Survey of Clare Island: History and Cultural Landscape. *: Royal Irish Academy., pp As with all Open Book publica ons, this en re book is available to read for free on the publisher’s website. Printed and Islanders and water-dwellers book edi ons can also be found at Islanders and Water-Dwellers: Proceedings of the Celtic-Nordic-Baltic Folklore Symposium held at University College Dublin 16–19 June (Blackrock, ), 51–9; also F Author: Edward Pettit.

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ISBN Eybjörn Eysteinn (Trans.) ().Частина від: скандинавська міфологія. For more about Hy-Brasail (in Irish, ‘Beag-Árainn’ or ‘Lesser Aran’), see Daithí Ó hÓgáin, ‘The Mystical Island in Irish Folklore,’ in P. Lysaght, S. Ó Catháin and D. Ó hÓgáin (eds.), Islanders and Water-Dwellers: Proceedings of the Celtic-Nordic-Baltic Folklore Symposium held at University College Dublin June Categories: An Béal Beo / Audio books, Meánscoil / Secondary, Oideachas / Education, Teanga & leabhair thagartha / Language & reference.

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A Faroese katthveli at Suðuroy reared out of the water and put its flippers on the gunwale of a boat, hissing and spitting like a cat and snapping at the sailors until one quick-thinking man put his gun in its mouth and fired, whereupon it slid off into the depths.

Brendan encountered a “sea-cat” the size of a horse on a small island. Exactly what the captain used to repel the taumafiskur is unknown. The substances known to be abhorrent to taumafiskurs (and most likely other illhveli) include chewed angelica, rotting baitfish, bilge-water, cod-liver oil, live fire in a bucket, juniper, cow or sheep manure, sulfur, chopped fox testicles, and yarrow.

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In Lysaght, P.; Ó Catháin, S.; and Ó hÓgáin, D. () Islanders and Water-Dwellers. Proceedings of the Celtic-Nordic-Baltic Folklore Symposium, DBA Publications, Dublin. Proceedings of the Celtic-Nordic-Baltic Folklore Symposium, DBA Publications, Dublin. Davíð Erlingsson (), Lysaght, Patricia ; Ó Catháin, Séamas ; Ó hÓgáin, Dáithí, ed., “Ormur, Marmennill, Nykur: Three Creatures of the Watery World”, Islanders and Water-dwellers: Proceedings of the Celtic-Nordic-Baltic Folklore Symposium Held at University College Dublin, June, (Dublin: DBA Publications Limited): pp 下位種別: レイクモンスター.

Davíð Erlingsson “Three Creatures of the Watery World.” In Patricia Lysaght, Séamas Ó Catháin, and Dáithí Ó hÓgáin (eds.), Islanders and Water-Dwellers: Proceedings of the Celtic-Nordic-Baltic Folklore Symposium held at University College Dublin, June Blackrock.

Chesnutt, Michael The bilingual routes of Paul Muldoon/Pól Ó Maoldúin. In Islanders and Water Dwellers, ed. Patricia Lysaght, et al. – The book has a persuasive rhythm to it—ebbing and flowing.

Ní Fhloinn, Bairbre, ‘Tadhg, Donncha and Some of their Relations: Seals in Irish Oral Tradition’ Islanders and Water-Dwellers, ed. by Patricia Lysaght, Séamas Ó Catháin and Dáithí Ó hÓgáin (Dublin: University College Dublin, ), Robertson, R. MacDonald, Selected Highland Folktales (Trowbridge: Redwood Books, ).

Williams, Fionnuala. “Maritime Referents in Irish Proverbs.” Islanders and Water-Dwellers: Proceedings of The Celtic-Nordic-Baltic Folklore Symposium held at University College Dublin June Eds. Patricia Lysaght, Séamus Ó Catháin, and Dáithi Ó hÓgáin.

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Davidson, Hilda Ellis (). "Gefjon, Goddess of the Northern Seas" as collected in Lysaght, Patricia. Ó Catháin, Séamas. Ó hÓgáin, Dáithí (). Islanders and Water-Dwellers: Proceedings of The Celtic-Nordic-Baltic Folklore Symposium held at University College Dublin 16–19 June DBA Publications Ltd.

ISBN   For Eamon a Burc, see also my "The Virtual Reality of Irish Fairy Legend," Eire-Ireland (),atand "Economic Necessity and Escapist Fantasy in Eamon a Burc's Sea-Stories," Islanders and Water-Dwellers: Proceedings of the Celtic-Nordic-Baltic Folklore Symposium held at University College Dublin, Juneed.

Lysaght, Patricia, Séamas Ó Catháin, and Dáithí Ó hÓgáin, eds. Islanders and Water-Dwellers: Proceedings of the Celtic-Nordic-Baltic Folklore Symposium held at University College Dublin June Dublin: DBA Publications Ltd., Dublin Department of Irish Folklore, University College Dublin, Niamh or Niam (/ ˈ n iː v /), in the Irish Fenian Cycle, is the lover or spouse of Oisín, son of Finn mac Cumhail.

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