Last summer, I took my sons to the National Museum of Archaeology in Dublin. It was a great success; they were amazed by the hordes of ancient gold, fascinated by the Viking swords and longship, but what excited… Read More
Posted on 29th Mar 2014 by Ali Isaac
ancient Ireland, archaeology, bog bodies, human sacrifice, irish archaeology, Irish bog bodies, Irish Mythology, iron age kings, King Nuada, national Museum of Ireland, ritual killing, sacrifice and kingship, sacrifice of kings, Tuatha de Denann
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