Niall of the Nine Hostages Irish, Pirate, High King of Ireland, My great..........grandaddy

Niall of the Nine Hostages Irish, Pirate, High King of Ireland, My great..........grandaddy

CúChulainn , one of the greatest heroes of Irish mythology and legend, was a warrior in the service of Conchobhar, king of Ulster. Best known for his single-handed defense of Ulster, Cuchulain is said to have lived in the first century B. C .

CúChulainn , one of the greatest heroes of Irish mythology and legend, was a warrior in the service of Conchobhar, king of Ulster. Best known for his single-handed defense of Ulster, Cuchulain is said to have lived in the first century B. C .

O'neill Irish Sept Coat of Arms from the website  www.4crests.com #coatofarms #familycrest #familycrests #coatsofarms #heraldry #family #genealogy #familyreunion #names #history #medieval #codeofarms #familyshield #shield #crest #clan #badge #tattoo

O'neill Irish Sept Coat of Arms from the website www.4crests.com #coatofarms #familycrest #familycrests #coatsofarms #heraldry #family #genealogy #familyreunion #names #history #medieval #codeofarms #familyshield #shield #crest #clan #badge #tattoo

Celtic burial. The warrior is being laid to rest with his personal equipment and his most precious item, his Chariot.

Celtic burial. The warrior is being laid to rest with his personal equipment and his most precious item, his Chariot.

O'Neill Family Crest :  Lamh Dearg Eirin - The war cry of the O'Neill clan, which means The Red Hand of Ireland.

O'Neill Family Crest : Lamh Dearg Eirin - The war cry of the O'Neill clan, which means The Red Hand of Ireland.

Iron Age 'Celts' - Caledonians, Picts and Romans - Scotlands History Celtic’ is broadly defined by language, and by the art, artefacts and human remains of Iron Age peoples. ‘Celtic Scotland’ saw the native population of the Later Bronze Age adopt new technologies and aspects of culture from the peoples that they traded with. The Iron Age in Scotland began c 700 BC and continued to around AD 500.

Iron Age 'Celts' - Caledonians, Picts and Romans - Scotlands History Celtic’ is broadly defined by language, and by the art, artefacts and human remains of Iron Age peoples. ‘Celtic Scotland’ saw the native population of the Later Bronze Age adopt new technologies and aspects of culture from the peoples that they traded with. The Iron Age in Scotland began c 700 BC and continued to around AD 500.

Warrior Queen of the Icini. Boadicea destroyed London and St. Albans before attacking the Roman Fourteenth Legion. NB: Scan of small illustration.

Warrior Queen of the Icini. Boadicea destroyed London and St. Albans before attacking the Roman Fourteenth Legion. NB: Scan of small illustration.

Leçons de choses: Dans un village gaulois (Philippe Brochard)

Leçons de choses: Dans un village gaulois (Philippe Brochard)

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