4 edition of Ulster folklore found in the catalog.
Andrews, Elizabeth F.R.A.I.
|Statement||by Elizabeth Andrews.|
|LC Classifications||GR148.U5 A5 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 121 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||121|
|LC Control Number||77016104|
Ulster cycle, Irish Ulaid Cycle, in ancient Irish literature, a group of legends and tales dealing with the heroic age of the Ulaids, a people of northeast Ireland from whom the modern name Ulster derives. The stories, set in the 1st century bc, were recorded from oral tradition between the 8th and 11th century and are preserved in the 12th-century manuscripts The Book of the Dun Cow . in Ulster Scots Literature and Folklore Project’ was to produce this open-access, online resource, ‘The Supernatural in Ulster Scots Folklore and Literature Reader’. The project was led by Dr Andrew Sneddon and the editing completed by Dr Sneddon and Dr John Privilege of the University of Ulster.
Wander through the beautiful parkland of the Ulster Folk Museum, where you will encounter costumed locals demonstrating traditional crafts in cottages, farm dwellings, schools, and shops. Pre-book your admission tickets online for entry to the Ulster Folk Museum or both the Ulster Folk Museum and Ulster Transport Museum and save time when you. Sir John William Byers (–) was an eminent medical professional who had a passion for Ulster language and folklore. In the course of his distinguished career, and in his travels around the country, he collected words, expressions and superstitions of the people and studied them for origin and meaning.
The Ulster Historical Foundation’s online bookstore lists all our publications and also titles of local interest from other publishers. Visit for a wide range of Irish and Scots-Irish history and genealogy books as well as eBooks and DVDs on Irish and Scots-Irish culture, folklore, music and poetry, Ulster-Scots Guides and promotional materials & much more. The MAC theatre in Belfast even decided to showcase a play based on Talbot’s book of stories on fairy lore. You may find it curious then that has actually much in common with the year of Of course, we have the Irish Folklore Commission collecting oral testimony and the British Broadcasting Corporation dedicated time to the.
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Ulster Folklore contains several papers arguing for the existence of a race of small people in Europe who may or may not have been fairies, or have influenced the folklore traditions of the 'little folk.' For further reading, consider Fians, Fairies and /5(4).
Ulster folklore book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Originally published inthis seminal work traces the history o /5. Ulster Folklore contains several papers arguing for the existence of a race of small people in Europe who may or may not have been fairies, or have influenced the folklore traditions of the 'little folk.' For further reading, consider Fians, Fairies and /5(3).
Folklore connected with Ulster Raths and Souterrains A s the title of this paper I have given "Folklore connected with Ulster Raths and Souterrains," but if I used the language of the country-people I should speak, not of raths and souterrains, but of forths and coves.
In these coves it is believed the fairies dwell, and here they keep as. Print book: English: [1st ed.]View all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Folklore -- Ireland -- Ulster. Folklore. Ireland -- Ulster.
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Broader terms: Folklore; Folklore -- Ireland; Ulster (Northern Ireland and Ireland. Ulster Folklore Contents: Fairies and their dwelling-places -- A day at Maghera, co.
Londonderry -- Ulster fairies, Danes, and Pechts -- Folklore connected with Ulster raths and souterrains -- Traditions of dwarf races in Ireland and in Switzerland -- Folklore from Donegal -- Giants and dwarfs -- The Rev.
William Hamilton, D.D. Language: English. Fairies and their dwelling-placesA day at Maghera, Co. LondonderryUlster fairies, Danes, and PechtsFolklore connected with Ulster raths and souterrainsTraditions of dwarf races in Ireland and in SwitzerlandFolklore from DonegalGiants and dwarfsThe Rev.
Willim Hamilton, D. DPages: The Supernatural in Ulster Scots Literature and Folklore Project was funded by MAGUS/Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure. Its main objective was to produce an open access, online resource, ‘The Supernatural in Ulster Scots Folklore and Literature Reader’.
It provides a selection of Ulster Scots literary, historical and folklore sources, from c until. R ULSTER FOLKLORE such an idea. The fairies, according to her, were indeed small people, but no mushroom could give them shelter. She described them as about the size of children, and as far as I can ascertain from inquiries made in many parts of Ulster and Munster, this is the almost universal belief among the Size: 6MB.
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It is a small fort, and on the top we saw the narrow entrance to the souterrain. Passing down through this, we found ourselves in a short passage, or chamber, which led us to another.
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Ulster Folklore. Ulster Folklore (London: E. Stock, ), by Elizabeth Andrews. multiple formats at ; PDF at ; Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms. Filed under: Folklore. Out of the Ordinary: Folklore and the Supernatural (Logan, UT: Utah State University Press, c), ed.
by Barbara Walker (PDF with commentary at ). Cú Chulainn, also spelled Cú Chulaind or Cúchulainn (/ k uː ˈ k ʌ l ɪ n / koo-HUL-in, Irish: [kuːˈxʊlˠɪnʲ] (); "Culann's Hound") and sometimes known in English as Cuhullin, is an Irish mythological demigod who appears in the stories of the Ulster Cycle, as well as in Scottish and Manx mythology.
He is believed to be an incarnation of the Irish god Lugh, who is also his father. A Companion to Folklore Book Summary: A Companion to Folklore presents an original and comprehensive collection of essays from international experts in the field of folklore studies.
Unprecedented in depth and scope, this state-of-the-art collection uniquely displays the vitality of folklore research across the globe. The Four Cycles of Irish Mythology. The tales are, in the main, related in four cycles which sometimes are intertwined, The Mythological Cycle, the Ulster Cycle, the Fenian Cycle and the Historical Cycle.
There are also other sources such as the Book of Hy Maine, The Great Book of Lecan, the Yellow Book of Lecan and also the Book of Ballymote.In The Ulster Cycle, Randy Lee Eickhoff translates Ireland’s ancient mythology into vital, accessible and novelistic the world of pre-Christian Ireland, when warriors fought from chariots, Druids provided the mystical answers to the universe, and men and women believed strongly in magic.
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