Pagan Celtic Religion

 

Carey, John

1981 ‘The Name ‘Tuatha De Danann’,’ Eigse 18: 291-4.

 

Carey, John

1982 ‘The Location of the Otherworld in Irish Tradition,’ Eigse 19: 36-43.

 

Carey, John

1983 ‘Notes on the Irish War-Goddess,’ Eigse 19: 263-75. 

 

Carey, John

1984 ‘Nodons in Britain and Ireland,’ Zeitschrift fur Celtische Philologie 40: 1-22.

 

Carey, John

1987 ‘Origin and Development of the Cesair Legend,’ Eigse 22: 37-48.

 

Carey, John

1991 ‘A British Myth of Origins?’ History of Religions 31: 24-38.

 

Carey, John

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Carey, John

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Carey, John

2000 King of Mysteries.  Dublin: Four Courts Press.

 

Carey, John

2002 “The Lough Foyle Colloquy Texts,” Ériu 52: 53-87.

 

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1985 “Shamanism in the Old Irish Tradition,” Éire-Ireland 20.3: 109-29.

 

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Maier, Bernhard

1987 ‘Latin Sacer ‘Sacred’ and Welsh Hagr ‘Ugly’,’ Celtica 19: 96-7.

 

Maier, Bernhard

1996 ‘Is Lug to be Identified with Mercury (Bell. Gall. VI 17,1)?  New Suggestions on an Old Problem,’ Eriu 47: 127-35.

 

Maier, Bernhard

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O’Brien, Elizabeth

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1980 ‘Some Gaelic Traditions about the Wren,’ Eigse 18: 43-66.

 

Rees, Alwyn and Rees, Brinley

1998 Celtic Heritage:   Ancient Tradition in Ireland and Wales.  New York:  Thames and Hudson.

 

Scowcroft, Mark R.

1987 ‘Leabhar Gabhála: Part I: The Growth of the Text,’  Ériu 38, pp. 81-142.

 

Wagner, Heinrich

1981 ‘Origins of Pagan Irish Religion,’ Zeitschrift fur Celtische Philologie 38: 1-28.

 

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