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- ("The Shadowy One" or "She Who Strikes Fear") Sgathach or Skadi. Irish/Scottish. Warrior woman and prophetess. The Goddess of martial arts. The destroyer aspect of the Dark Goddess. A great sword warrior and instructor. Patroness of...
Deities & Heros >> Celtic, Welsh, Irish & Brittish
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- On the Job: Lucas Damen connects to the past at blacksmith's forge
- He has been at the forge for eight months of what will be a five-year apprenticeship, learning the trade of a traditional blacksmith.
- Kentucky State Fair to award blacksmiths
- LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - A new award is available to blacksmiths who want to enter pieces in the Kentucky State Fair.
- Horley blacksmith's 'scrap' sculptures create a sensation
- Ms Naysmith learned her trade at Morton Morrell College, which has since ceased the blacksmithing course. She now has an apprentice with whom she is sharing her skills. “I owe a lot to my art teacher at The Warriner School, Paul Williamson, who ...
- Guilford Art Center exhibit: Connecticut Blacksmiths, through March 10
- Guilford: Guilford Art Center presents Connecticut Blacksmiths, an exhibition of works created by Connecticut-based blacksmiths and Guilford Art Center forge instructors and students. Works displayed will range from swords and knives to early-American ...
- From sea cowboy to blacksmith
- NORWICH - In the summer of 1946, George Richey, then a student at Muskingum College, got a call that a ship in Savannah, Georgia, needed cowboys to bring a load of donkeys to Greece. Richey had already been to Germany by that point to bring a ...
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