Ancient Irish Celtic Symbols Ogham Runes of Ancient ''Druid Spells, Incantations and Intentions'', ''Fewsets Basic'' Ancient Symbols of ''Higher Spiritual Power and Magic'' The Ancient Magical Language of The ''Ancient Celtic Irish Druids''. “Ogham Fews”, “Tree runes” or “Druidic Runes”
Symbols of Protection: The Significance of Animal-ornamented Shields in Early Anglo-Saxon England - Medievalists.net
Anthropomorphic and zoomorphic decoration of shields can be evidenced, at least sporadically, from Roman to Viking times. While textual and pictorial information contributes to this knowledge, detailed archaeological analysis depends primarily on the survival of metal fittings.
Boudica - City Hall - Cardiff, Wales.
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I AM A CELTIC WOMAN
"QUEEN MEDB (MAEVE)" by J. Leyendecker I learned last evening that I have been given (in my mind at least) a great honor. My blog has been listed as one of "100 Fascinating Celtic Culture, Language & Lit Blogs" by Best University. The blogs are organized by subjects, which include Celtic music, genealogy and heritage, literature and writing, art, spirituality, crafts and culture. For a list of all 100 blogs, click on this link…
Boudicca - Celtic Warrior Queen
Hell hath no fury as a woman wronged. Celtic Queen Boudicca revolted against the the Roman army in southwest England (60-61 AD) and soundly defeated them in three battles before experiencing defeat.
Biography of Boudicca, British Celtic Warrior Queen
Boudicca was a British Celtic warrior queen who led a revolt against Roman occupation. Her story became popular during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I.
Name: Andraste Origin: Old Britain Association: The Celts, Boudicca, war and the hare Real, Myth ,or Unknown: Well logically she is a myth, but if you happens to be Wiccan or Pagan, she is very...
Britain. Celtic Coinage, Iceni. Late Freckenham type, c. 40 BC. Gold Quarter Stater (1.07 g). EF
Britain. Celtic Coinage, Iceni. Late Freckenham type, c. 40 BC. Gold Quarter Stater (1.07 g). Highly decorated wreath motif. Reverse: Celticized horse right with ring and pellet design below horse. Van Arsdell 628-1 [as ER]. Sharply struck and well centered. Extremely Fine. . R.D. Van Arsdell finished his masterly tome Celtic Coinage of Britain in 1989. Over 600 pages, it is the best reference covering this diverse coinage. The rarity guide must be taken in a relative manner, as many new…
17 Photos of History's Most Rebellious Women
In honor of International Women's Day, TIME looks at some unlikely revolutionaries, from Joan of Arc and Harriet Tubman to Russian punk-rockers. [time-brightcove videoid=679148927001] Read…