Wild Eyed Southern Celt

Beautiful pictures of the Celtic world-- Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall, the Isle of Man, Brittany and Gallaecia.
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Merlin’s Cave, Tintagel Cornwall

Sporran. Leather, Fur and Tassles. Circa 1740’s. “Worn by a Jacobite at The Battle of Culloden, 1746”. Kings Museum. Aberdeen, Scotland.


#Welsh word of the day: Ebrill/ #April

Behind every exquisite thing that existed, there was something tragic.
Oscar Wilde (via salveo)

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The Blessington Lunula, found in Ireland, and made c.2400-2000 BC (source).

(via badb-catha--valkyrja)

Easter Scotties!

Easter Scotties!

Too much whisky last night, Mr Easter bunny?

Cornish Hevva Cake is made from flour, lard, butter, milk, sugar and raisins and originated in Cornwall. Its name is derived from the Pilchard industry in Cornwall prior to the 20th century when a ‘huer’ (cliff top lookout) helped locate shoals of fish. The huer would shout ‘Hevva!, Hevva!’ to alert the boats to the location of the pilchard shoals. Cornish tradition states that Hevva cake was baked by the huers on their return to their homes, it being ready by the time they returned to land.

Ye’ll gi’ na eigs from me!

Iron age Celtic Gold earing discovered on the Algarve (South Portugal). On display at the National Museum of Archaeology, Lisbon, Portugal. Image: www.matriznet.dgp

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