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Clettig

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Sídh or enchanted residence of Elcmar on the south bank of the Boyne, near the pool of Linn Féic. Elcmar takes it in exchange for Brug na Bóinne from Angus Óg. Later also a residence of...

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Clettig

Overview page. Subjects: Religion.

Sídh or enchanted residence of Elcmar on the south bank of the Boyne, near the pool of Linn Féic. Elcmar takes it in exchange for Brug na Bóinne from Angus Óg. Later also a residence of...

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Clettig

James MacKillop.

in A Dictionary of Celtic Mythology

January 2004; p ublished online January 2004 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Customs and Traditions. 49 words.

Sídh or enchanted residence of Elcmar on the south bank of the Boyne, near the pool of Linn Féic

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Elcmar

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[OIr. elcmar, envious, spiteful].

Outwardly a magician, original master of Brug na Bóinne and foster-father of Angus Óg, to whom he ceded Brug na Bóinne. Although his true identity...

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Muirchertach mac Erca

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Legendary 6th-century ard ri [high king] of Ireland, a figure in the Cycle of the Kings, and greatgrandson of the putatively historical Niall Noígiallach [of the Nine Hostages], to whom...

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