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Festival Pin – Imbolc

10.00

Festival Pin – Imbolc

Colourful, Solar Cross pin, marking the Spring festival of Imbolc.

Each pin is 32mm x 32mm, with silver plating and a metal clutch.

Festival Pin – Samhain

10.00

Festival Pin – Samhain

Beautiful image of the Cailleach, to represent the Winter months.
Each pin is 32mm x 32mm, with silver plating and a metal clutch.

An Teachtaire – Colmán Ó Raghallaigh

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An Teachtaire le Colmán Ó’Raghallaigh, Maisithe ag Tomm Moore.

“I see great danger coming… the slave shall return.” This is the chilling prediction of Lochrú the Druid, to the High King and his courtiers. But if he does return, will the powers of darkness be able to prevent his mission? Or can he overcome the druids and the old order? The second part of the epic tale of Patrick, full of action and spine-tingling tension.

“Feicim contúirt mhór thar sáile chugainn… Fillfidh an sclábhaí.” Sin an tuar a dhéanann Lochrú, an draoi, don Ardrí agus lucht a chúirte. Ach ma fhilleann, an mbeidh fórsaí an áibhirseora in ann a mhisean a chur ó mhaith? Nó an dtig leis dul i ngleic leis na draoithe agus an seanréimeas a chloí? An dara cuid de scéal eipiciúil Phádraic, é lán d’aicsin agus teannais.

A full English translation is available at www.leabhar.com

 

An Sclábhaí le Colmán Ó Raghallaigh

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This is the gripping story of Patrick, the slave boy, his capture by Irish raiders and his dramatic escape. The first Irish graphic novel, magnificently illustrated throughout, it is suitable for all readers from 10 to adult.

An Sclábhaí won a prestigious Bisto Merit Award in May 2002.

English translation available at www.leabhar.com

An Táin - Colmán Ó Raghallaigh, Barry Reynolds

An Táin – Colmán Ó Raghallaigh, Barry Reynolds

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A stunning graphic novel of An Táin, the classic tale of Cúchulainn, Queen Méabh and the cattle-raid for the Brown bull of Cooley. Written by prize-winning author Colmán Ó Raghallaigh, superbly illustrated by Barry Reynolds and produced by the Cartoon Saloon in full-colour graphic novel format, this is the fourth in a series of highly successful Irish language graphic novels published by Cló Mhaigh Eo.

A full English translation is available at www.leabhar.com

An Tóraíocht – Colmán Ó Raghallaigh

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An Tóraíocht – le Colmán Ó Raghallaigh

A haunting tale of love and jealousy where Gráinne and Diarmaid are relentlessly pursued by Fionn whose desire for revenge must inevitably lead to tragic consequences. A superbly illustrated and fast-paced graphic novel.

Tá an grá agus and t-éad fite fuaite lena chéile sa scéal tragóideach seo ina chuireann Gráinne an laoch óg, Diarmaid, faoi gheasa í a bhreith leis ón bhfear a bhfuil sí geallta leis. Sárinsint agus sárléaráidí ó thús go deireadh.

A full English translation is available at www.leabhar.com

 

Deirdre agus Mic Uisnigh le Colmán Ó Raghallaigh

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The tragic tale of Deirdre and the sons of Uisneach, one of the classics of Irish literature, skilfully retold in graphic novel format by Colmán Ó Raghallaigh and superbly illustrated by Barry Reynolds and Audrey O’Brien. Tragic and moving, this companion volume to the award-winning, An Táin, captures all the richness of language and relentless excitement of the original Irish tale.

English translation available at www.leabhar.com

Horslips The Táin CD

Horslips The Táin CD

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For the nostalgic among you, this classic album by Horslips is a must for any music collection. Still great after all these years.

Track List – Setanta, Maeves Court, Charolais,The March, You Can’t Fool The Beast, Dearg Doom, Ferdia’s Song, Gae Bolga, Cu Chulainn’s Lament, Faster Than The Hound, The Silver Spear, More Than You Can Chew, The Morrigan’s Dream, Time To Kill.

Jim Lockhart keyboards, flute, whistles, uilleann pipes, vocals. Eamon Carr drums, bodhran, percussion. Barry Devlin bass, vocals. Charles O’Connor fiddle, mandolin, concertina, vocals. Johhny Fean guitar, banjo, vocals.

Ogham Plaque - Medvii | MaeveOut of stock

Ogham Plaque – Medvii | Maeve

30.00

One of three limited, bespoke Ogham plaques exclusively produced for Rathcroghan Visitor Centre, featuring a representation of Medb (Maeve), the warrior queen who ruled Connacht from her seat in Rathcroghan. A central figure in Ireland’s epic past and instigator of the great Táin Bó Cuailnge (Cattle Raid of Cooley).

This is our earliest reference to Medb, based on the Ogham inscription at Oweynagat, Rathcroghan, Co. Roscommon.

Ogham Plaque - MórríganOut of stock

Ogham Plaque – Mórrígan

30.00

One of three limited bespoke ogham plaques exclusively produced for Rathcroghan Visitor Centre. Featuring a representation of the Mórrígan – Mór Ríoghain (Great Queen) the Battle Goddess of Ireland whose ‘fit abode’ is the Cave of Oweynagat, Rathcroghan, Co. Roscommon.

Ogham Plaque Vraicci | Fráoch

Ogham Plaque Vraicci | Fráoch

30.00

One of three limited, bespoke ogham plaques exclusively produced for Rathcroghan Visitor Centre, featuring a representation of Fráoch, the legendary warrior of Connacht, whose heroic deeds are immortalised on the Rathcroghan landscape.

This reference is based on the Ogham inscription at Oweynagat, Rathcroghan, Co. Roscommon.