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Character Biographies


Partholon Irish Leader of second invasion, the Partholons from Greece.
Pisear Irish King of Persia and holder of the spear Luin which the Sons of Tuireann sought.
Province of Curoi Irish Limerick to Cork and westward to the coasts of Co Cork and Co Kerry Ireland.
Red Hills of Rian Irish In Brefne Co. Leitrim, Connaught,. where the Tuatha De Danaan set up camp after arriving in Ireland.
rath Irish Fortress.
Rechtaid the White Irish One of the nine foster-fathers of Lugh.
Ruadh, Ruadan Irish Warrior/Champion of the Fir Bolg who challenged the Tuatha De Danaan to a Hurling match before the Battle of Magh Tuireadh.
Samhain Irish Feast of the Dead, All Hallow''s Eve, Hallowe''en. October 31st
Samildanach Irish An epithet applied to Lugh, meaning Master of all Arts.
Scibar Irish One of the nine foster-fathers of Lugh.
Scuabtuinne Irish The Ocean-Sweeper, Manannan's magic currach.
Sean Slieve Irish Mountain in Erin.
Segais Irish One of the twelve sacred mountains.
Semias Irish Semias the Bard lived in the city of Murias on the fourth great island of the Tuatha De Danaan and brought forth the Cauldron of the Dagda to Ireland.
Semne Irish Warrior of the Fir Bolg and son of Sengann.
Sengann Irish Was the name of a Fomorian King of South Munster.
Sgoith Gleigeil Irish White Flower, one of the sons of Manannan.
Shannon, the Irish One of the nine sacred rivers of Erin. It is, at 386 km (240 miles), Ireland's longest river. It divides the west of the island (principally the province of Connacht) from the east and south (Leinster and most of Munster).
Sidhe Irish The Sidhe or "people of the mounds", or "The Lordly Ones" or "The Good People" or The Fey were descended from the Tuatha de Danann.
Sine Sindeargrugh Irish The Red Ring', he was one of the sons of Manannan
Sital Salmhor Irish One of the nobles of the Fomori.
Sithbrugh Irish Warrior of the Fir Bolg and son of Sengann.
Slaine Irish The Well of Slaine taht brought healing to the Tuatha De Danaan.
Slainge (the Fair) Irish A King of Fir Bolg and the tribe of Gaileoin.
Sliabh Belgadain Irish The Black hill to the west of Magh Nia in Connaught.
Sliabh Bloom Irish The Slieve Bloom Mountains (Sliabh Bladhma in Irish) rise from the central plain of Ireland - one of the twelve sacred mountains.
Sliabh Maccu Belgodon Irish One of the twelve sacred mountains.
Sliabh League Irish Located on the coast of County Donegal, Ireland, Slieve League, at 601 metres, is Europe's sixth highest sea cliff - one of the twelve sacred mountains.
Sliabh Snechtai Irish One of the twelve sacred mountains.
Slemish Irish One of the twelve sacred mountains, Slemish Mountain in County Antrim is about 1500 ft above sea level
Sreng Irish A champion of the Fir Bolg. In the first Battle of Magh Tuireadh he faced Nuada, king of the Tuatha De Danann, and with one great blow he cut off half his shield and severed Nuada''s arm at the shoulder.
Suir Irish One of the nine sacred rivers of Erin. A river in Ireland that flows into the Atlantic Ocean near Waterford after a distance of 183 kilometres (114 miles).
Tadg Irish The son of Nuada, later married to Eithne.
Tailltin Irish Tailltin or Taillten is an outdated place name in County Meath, Ireland, and the place of the Battle of Tailltin. The second battle fought between the Sons of the Gael and the Men of Dea for the kingship of Ireland. The location of the fair of games instituted by Lugh in honour of his mother Tailltiu.
Tailltiu Irish Wife & Queen of Eochaid, High King of the Fir Bolg, Foster-mother of Lugh.
Temair, Teamhair, Tara Irish The Hill of Tara, known as Temair in gaeilge, was once the ancient seat of the High Kings of Ireland – . Temair was also the sacred place of dwelling for the gods, and was the entrance to the otherworld.
Tethra Irish A King of the Fomori, who had the magic sword, Orna.
Tir Tairngire Irish The Land of Promise, Manannan's Realm.
Tollus Dam Irish One of the nine foster-fathers of Lugh.
Toree, Tory Irish The Island of Toree, one of the homes the Fomori.
Traigh Eabha Irish A location that the Dagda was heading for.
Tuan Irish Only surviving man of Partholon's race, shape-changer.
Tuath Irish Tribe/People/Clan/Place
Tuatha De Danaan Irish The children of Danu and Royal Family/ancestors of the Sidhe, in the Lebor Gabala Erenn, A race of supernatural beings, they are the first and fifth group to settle in Ireland, conquering the island from the Fir Bolg.
Tuirenn Irish Daughter of Tadg and Eithne, mother of Bran.
Tuireadh Irish Pillars, as in Magh Tuireadh – the Plain of Pillars. Stones and heads of enemies were stacked reverently as an honour to the fallen enemy heroes.
Tuireann Irish Son of Ogma, father of Brian, Ur and Urcar
Tuis Irish King of Greece, holder of the magic pig-skin sought by the Sons of Tuireann.
    
   

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