The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Mythology: An A - Z Guide to the Myths and Legends of the Ancient World
The myths and legends of the ancient worlds, from Greece, Rome and Egypt to the Norse and Celtic lands, through Persia and India to China and the Far East. A comprehensive A to Z of the classic stories of gods and goddesses, heroes and mythical beasts, wizards and warriors.
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Even so, Balor was killed in battle with a sling-shot by the sun god luGH, Ethlinn's
son and the champion of the Tuatha De Danann. Lugh's father was Cian, a lesser
member of the Tuatha De Danann. With the assistance of a female druid, Cian ...
LLUD see NUDD LUGH was the Irish name for the Celtic sun god, who was
known as Lleu in Wales and as Lugos in France. He was always described as a
young and handsome warrior. Lugh was himself part FOMORil, since his
lluusromoN sr Alan lee, 1984) sling-shot of the sun god luGH, who, as the slayer
of BALOR, was the bringer of victory over the Fomorii; and the cauldron
belonging to DAGDA, father of the gods, which was an inexhaustible pot that was
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Comprehensive reference guide to world mythology with sections on classical world, norse lands, south and central asia, egypt and west asia, celtic world, east asia. Entries are made in A-Z format within each main section with lots of full colour illustrations and photos. Read full review