Waterford Folk Tales

Waterford Folk Tales

eBook - 2013
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The mountains and spectacular coastline of County Waterford are rich in traditional stories. Even today, in the modern world of internet and supermarkets, old legends dating as far back as the days of the ancient Gaelic tribes and the carvers of the ogham stones are still told and are gathered here in this unique collection of tales from across the county. Included here are tales of well-known legendary figures such as Aoife and Strongbow, St Declan and the three river goddesses Eiru, Banba, and Fodhla, guardians of the rivers Suir, Nore, and Barrow, as well as stories of less well-known characters such as Petticoat Loose, whose ghost is said to still roam the county, and the Republican Pig, who was unfortunate enough to become caught up in the siege of Waterford. In a vivid journey through Waterford's landscape, from the towns and villages to the remotest places, by mountains, cliffs, and valleys, local storyteller Anne Farrell takes the reader along old and new roads to places where legend and landscape are inseparably linked.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : The History Press, [2013]
ISBN: 9780752491950
Branch Call Number: 398.0941 Fa
Description: 1 online resource (192 pages)
Additional Contributors: Cooke, Jason
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Aug 09, 2015

Many varied stories in this book.
Much historical knowledge mixed in which makes for very interesting reading.

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