The Battle of Moytura 3: Techt Lugo – The Coming of Lug

Story Archaeology

"Lugh, lord of all crafts" - a ceramic sculpture by Daniel Cullen

“Lugh, lord of all crafts”

a ceramic sculpture by Daniel Cullen

Lug Lámfhada has a Long Arm indeed, stretching all the way from Continental Celts to the Insular Isles.  His role is central to Cath Maige Tuired, but how does he relate to the other dramatis personae of the tale?

Join the Story Archaeologists as we dust off this iconic hero.

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by The Story Archaeologists

Music: “Tam Lin” by Gian Castello

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