Q1183379

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Deirdre(Q1183379)

heroine in Irish mythology
  • Derdriu
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Deirdre
heroine in Irish mythology
  • Derdriu

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they came to the harbour and went aboard a ship and were driven by a south wind across the ocean-waters, and over the back-ridges of the deep sea, to Loch n-Eathaigh in the west of Alba (English)
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Deirdre or the Exile of the Sons of Usnech
In the house of Feidlimid, the son of Dall, even he who was the narrator of stories to Conor the king, the men of Ulster sat at their ale; and before the men, in order to attend upon them, stood the wife of Feidlimid, and she was great with child. (English)
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Deirdre or the Exile of the Sons of Usnech
Deirdre lived on for a year in the household of Conor; and during all that time she smiled no smile of laughter (English)
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She sprang upon him, and she seized him by his two ears. "Two ears of shame and of mockery shalt thou have," she cried, "if thou take me not with thee." Release me, O my wife!" said he."That will I." (English)
Deirdre or the Exile of the Sons of Usnech
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