Corleck Hill

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Sometimes known in Irish as Sliabh na Trí nDée, Sliabh na nDée Dána [Ir., hill of the three gods], a promontory near Drumeague, Co. Cavan, once known as ‘the pulse of Ireland’. A stone head of Brigit was once worshipped here, and the hill was the site of pagan worship on the feasts of Imbolc, Beltaine, Lughnasa, and Samain. The three gods of the Irish name are probably Conn, Dagda, and Ogma, although earlier commentators suggested Brian, Iuchair, and Iucharba. Near Dub Chomar.

Subjects: Religion.

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