Celtic Mythology

Learning about Celtic Mythology can be a minefield. These are some articles that I have compiled from research that provide the bare bones of these ancient stories, along with some background articles. They are a great starting point for those interested in being a Bard. If you want to learn more, suggested reading is given at the bottom of the page.

Irish Mythology
#1 Primary Sources of Celtic Mythology

#2 Tuatha Dé Danann (Children of Danu)

#3 Inisfail, the Island of Destiny

#4 Nuada Airgetlám

#5 Lugh

#6 Samhain

#7 The Aes Sidhe

#8 Cian

#9 The Children of Lir

#10 Imbolc/ Brigid’s Day

#11 Cú Chulainn

#12 Tír na nÓg – Land of the Young

#13 Beltane

#14 The Death of Cú Chulainn

#15 Áenach Tailteann and Lughnasadh

Welsh Mythology

#16 Sources of Welsh Mythology

#17 Pwyll, Prince of Dyfed

#18 Teyrnon

#19 Pryderi

#20 Math and Gwydion

#21 Lleu

#22 Taliesin

#23 King Arthur

#24 Merlin

Scottish Mythology

#25 Scottish Mythology

#26 Scáthach

#27 Connla

#28 Hebridean Mythology and Folklore

Cornish Mythology

#29 Cornish Mythology

#30 Tristan and Iseult

#31 Mordred

Breton Mythology

#32 Breton Mythology

Further Suggested Reading

Lady Gregory’s Complete Irish Mythology

The Táin: Translated from the Old Irish Epic Táin Bó Cúailnge

The Mabinogion

The Lore of Scotland: A guide to Scottish legends

Cornish Legends

LEGENDS & ROMANCES of BRITTANY – 162 Breton Myths and Legends

KING ARTHUR – Ultimate Collection: 10 Books of Myths, Tales & The History Behind The Legendary King and His Knights

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