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Irish. Tutulary Goddess of the Telltown region of Ulster.

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Midsummer Blessings of Bread
She has been known by many names: Astarte, Ashoreth, Isis, Demeter, Ceres, Op, Terre Mater, Tailltiu, Chicomecoatl, Green Corn Girl, Blue Corn Girl, Mother Quescapenek. The English word, "Lady" is derived from the Old English, hlaf-dig.

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Behind the Name: Message: "Gaelic pronunciation: Tailltiu ingen
Celtic Myth Podshow - Character Biographies (P-T)
the story of the Tuatha de Danann
Tailltiu daughter of Mag Mor king of Spain, queen of the Fir Bolg, came after the Tailltiu, and her name clave thereto and her grave is from the Seat of.
The Marriages of the Gods at the Sanctuary of Tailltiu
sanctuary and assembly place of Tailltiu, at Oristown and. Telltown, in Co. .
Tailtiu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tailtiu or Tailltiu (Old Irish pronunciation: [ˈtalʲtʲu]; modern spelling: Taillte) is the name of a presumed goddess from Irish mythology.