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Gods of the tuatha de danann

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  • 1. Gods of the Tuatha De Danann
  • 2. Nuada
    Nuada is also known as “Nuada of the Silver Arm”
    He was once the king of the Tuatha De Danann
    He is the air god
    His grandson is Finn Mac Cumhaill and his grandson is Oisin
    Killed in the “Battle of Magh Tuiredh” by Balor of the Evil Eye
  • 3. Lugh
    Lugh is also known as “Lugh the Long Arm”
    Ruled the Tuatha De Danann when Nuada was away
    Killed his grandfather Balor during the “Battle of Magh Tuiredh”
    Father of Cuchulainn
  • 4. Dagda
    Druid of the Tuatha De Danann
    Head male god
    Known as “Good God”
    God of magic and time
    Son of Danu
    Dagda -
  • 5. Danu
    Mother goddess
    The name “Tuatha De Danann” comes from Danu meaning “People of Goddess Danu”
    Mother of Dagda
    Danu -
  • 6. Oghma
    Warrior
    God of Writing
    His writing was used on the side of pillars
    Oghma
    Stone -
  • 7. Lir
    God of the sea
    His children are known as “The Children of Lir”
    Father of Manannan
    Children of Lir -
  • 8. Citations
    Dagda = http://www.flickr.com/photos/28433765@N07/3224344685
    Danu = http://www.flickr.com/photos/mistamojo_ca/1297069332
    Oghma Stone = http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Ogham_Stone,_Aghnascribba_-_geograph.org.uk_-_202340.jpg
    Children of Lir = http://www.flickr.com/photos/robotparade/2371779353/