The Battle of Magh Tuireadh is over and after Nuada is seriously injured and Bres gets elected to be King over the Tuatha De Danaan. His reign, however, does not go exactly well. We hear of how the Dagda is treated and learn about the mysterious origin of Bres. Bres then turns to an unexpected source for allies.
This episode is the 3rd episode of the Irish Book of Invasions.
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- Intro 0:36
- News & Views 1:15
- Story 2:24
- Listener Feedback - Damh the Bard 22:43
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Released: 15 Mar 2008, 27m
News & Views
We welcome St Patrick's Day for Ireland on March 15th. We also talk about the new Fiction list on the site, as well as the Character biographies. (The biographies have since been abadonned in favour of the excellent work done by Mary Jones).
The Rule of Bres the Beautiful - Episode 3 of the Irish Mythological Cycle and Part 3 of the Book of Invasions
Names Used in this Story
Listed in order of appearance
- Coill Cuan
- Fir Bolg
- Tuatha De Danaan
- Toree, Tory
- Fir Domnan
- Magh Mor
- Bres, Eochaid Bres
- Kath Brese
- Aengus Mac Og
- Nuada Argat-lamh
- Maeth Sceni
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