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salmon of knowledge, water spirit, neptune, salmon


Author: Obsidian

(?, but cf. the Latin "Neptune"). Irish. Another water-spirit, He is associated with a sacred Well within which live the Salmon of Knowledge. He is closely associated with the Daghda, and has been conflated with him.

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Dún Nechtain, Fortriu and the Geography of the Picts
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Nechtansmere could still feature in Inventory
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The Battle of Dun Nechtain is included in this round which will be finalised in 2012. “The Inventory is an active list and will be continually reviewed over time. The work undertaken in 2010/11 and 2011/12 represents a major phase of development.

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Battle of Dun Nechtain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Alex Woolf - Dún Nechtain, Fortriu and the Geography of the Picts
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Side-Nechtain, or the Hill of Carbury, County Kildare
Side-Nechtain, or the Hill of Carbury, County Kildare, from A Smaller Social History of Ancient Ireland, by P. W. Joyce, 1906.
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