- Definition of Nemedians – Our online dictionary has Nemedians information from A Dictionary of Celtic Mythology dictionary. Encyclopedia.
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- The Stem of the Irish Nation From Adam down to Milesius of Spain
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- Tribuat, son of Gothorb, son of Gosten, son of Fortech, son of Semeon of the Nemedian, sired 5 sons who led the Firbolg invasion of Ireland.
- Mysterious World: Ireland
- Nemedians, the Fir Bolg and the Tuatha dé Danann.
- Dim, dumb and super violent
- The Nemedian Chronicles. These are the opening lines of the first Conan the Barbarian story, by Robert E. Howard, published in December 1932 in the pulp magazine Weird Tales.
- Nemed - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The son of Agnoman of Scythia, he is the leader of the third group of inhabitants of Ireland, the Nemedians.
- The Nemedians - Temple of Danann
- A comparative study of Mythhology, Archaeology andf oral history in ancient Ireland and how they weave together a tale of mystery, romance and legend.
- Nemedians: Information from Answers.com
- Nemedians Mythical early invaders of Ireland according to the pseudo-history Lebor Gabála [Book of Invasions], named for the eponymous founder Nemed.
- Genealogy: Children of Danu
- The Nemedians were children and followers of Nemed.
- Nemid (or Nemed) and the Nemedians
- Severe was the slavery in which the Nemedians were held by these Fomorach, who are represented as savage and ogreish in their disposition.
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