There really is a sword in the stone, but it’s not Arthur’s Excalibur, or Caliburn, as it’s sometimes known. This weapon once belonged to a ruthless and violent Italian warrior of the twelfth century called Galgano. The story… Read More
Posted on 22nd Feb 2016 by Ali Isaac
caladbolg, caladcholg, Fianna, Fionn mac Cumhall, Fragarach, galgano, Ireland, Irish Mythology, irish swords of power, Lugh, mac an luin, Manannán Mac Lir, sword, sword in irish mythology, sword symbolism, the otherworld, the Sidhe, the sword in the stone, Tuatha de Denann
Want more mythology? Well, you've come to the right place. Enter your email address to receive my marvelous monthly myth posts direct to your inbox.
Join 4,457 other followers
Get Ali's Myths!
Ali on Facebook