Posts Tagged ‘Irish’
Irish history with Pat Flannery. Pat discusses early Irish architecture such as the roundhouse, Crannóg, and ringfort. This was filmed in 2/5/07.
Originally posted 2012-01-02 19:14:18.
Visit www.larkandspur.com Come, take a journey to beautiful Ireland. Experience majestic castles, lush countryside and soaring cliffs with ocean waves all set to the lovely Irish Celtic music folk song “Down By The Sally Garden”. This song, popularized by Orla Fallon of the famous Celtic Woman singers, is performed superbly by Lark and Spur in this video. Be sure to check out all Lark and Spur videos including my “Beautiful Scotland Music Video” set to “Will Ye Go Lassie Go”. Search by, larkandspur, to find them. Visit us at http Enjoy! For great deals on kids ride on toys www.girlsrideontoys.com To watch lots of free TV shows and movies http
Originally posted 2010-08-19 02:35:00.
Irish Music – The Kells Band Live – www.kellsband.com
Originally posted 2011-11-22 23:37:51.
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In this groundbreaking work, Timothy McMahon reexamines the significance of the Gaelic Revival in forming Ireland’s national identity. United in their determination to preserve and extend the use of Irish as a spoken language and artistic medium, members of the Gaelic League profoundly influenced Irish culture and literature in the twentieth century. McMahon explores that influence by scrutinizing the ways in which society absorbed their leaders’ messages, tracing t… More >>
Originally posted 2011-05-09 14:27:17.
This engaging book traces the history, archaeology, and legends of ancient Ireland from 9000 B.C., when nomadic hunter-gatherers appeared in Ireland at the end of the last Ice Age to 1167 A.D., when a Norman invasion brought the country under control of the English crown for the first time. So much of what people today accept as ancient Irish history–Celtic invaders from Euproe turning Ireland into a Celtic nation; St. Patrick driving the snakes from Ireland and co… More >>
Originally posted 2011-09-15 20:34:36.