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Boudica - Warrior Queen By Laurie Penman
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A fictional history of the Celtic Empire and its growth from a small fortified settlement with an armed force trained on Roman lines a few years before the Roman invasion, to the vigorous nation of... More > Camelod. In Camelod the sciences of Alexandria fostered an industrial revolution and an extremely powerful army.< Less
Angus - The First Warrior By Orlando Paes Filho
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This is Angus MacLachlan, the first warrior and founder of the MacLachlan clan who takes, from the moments of total emotional and physical exhaustion, true lessons on how to learn and to live, to... More > survive and to fight. His personality, however, is shaped not only through adversity and suffering, but also through directions from grand masters, like Nennius, a significant character that completely alters Angus’ vision of the world. Born in 849 AD, child of a Celtic mother with Pictish blood and a Viking father, Angus was surrounded by two cultural, religious and moral formations, one of which overshadows the other due to one noble ideal: to preserve Christianity in Great Britain, before it is completely annihilated by Nordic commanders led by the cruel Ivar, the Boneless, his father’s assassin. Seawulf Ice-Blood, Angus’s father, was a true warrior who fought with justice and set an example of bravery. Later on the saga, he will play a crucial part in mankind’s destiny along with other allies.< Less
Angus - The First Warrior By Orlando Paes Filho
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This is Angus MacLachlan, the first warrior and founder of the MacLachlan clan who takes, from the moments of total emotional and physical exhaustion, true lessons on how to learn and to live, to... More > survive and to fight. His personality, however, is shaped not only through adversity and suffering, but also through directions from grand masters, like Nennius, a significant character that completely alters Angus’ vision of the world. Born in 849 AD, child of a Celtic mother with Pictish blood and a Viking father, Angus was surrounded by two cultural, religious and moral formations, one of which overshadows the other due to one noble ideal: to preserve Christianity in Great Britain, before it is completely annihilated by Nordic commanders led by the cruel Ivar, the Boneless, his father’s assassin. Seawulf Ice-Blood, Angus’s father, was a true warrior who fought with justice and set an example of bravery. Later on the saga, he will play a crucial part in mankind’s destiny along with other allies.< Less
The Music of His Sword: Martial Arts of the Pagan Celts By Christopher Scott Thompson
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Historical swordsmanship instructor and president of the Cateran Society Christopher Scott Thompson examines the available evidence for the martial arts of the pagan Celts. Includes the weapons of... More > the ancient Gauls, Irish, Picts and others, as well as an exploration of martial culture, warrior spirituality and the Celtic battle goddesses.< Less
The Music of His Sword: Martial Arts of the Pagan Celts By Christopher Scott Thompson
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Historical swordsmanship instructor and president of the Cateran Society Christopher Scott Thompson examines the available evidence for the martial arts of the pagan Celts. Includes the weapons of... More > the ancient Gauls, Irish, Picts and others, as well as an exploration of martial culture, warrior spirituality and the Celtic battle goddesses.< Less
Never Broken By Emily Audirsch
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“I, Eilatan bar Raul, am nobody’s fool!” Daughter of Great Britain, a warlord, and the forest, Eilatan is a proud, stubborn, and strong Celtic maiden observing the beginning of the... More > Roman Conquest, in the year 43 A.D. Living through the Battle at River Thames, Eilatan makes her way back, but only to discover something terrible…her beloved brother has been captured—and possibly killed—by the Roman army. After an impulsive decision to find him, she embarks on a rescue mission. Yet she makes a terrible underestimation…one that costs the young girl everything. Can she possibly even gather the shattered shards of the life that she knew? Is she truly strong enough to withstand the boulders life has thrown down on her? Will she ever be broken? As you finish viewing the Conquest through the eyes of a most extraordinary girl, leave enchanted, haunted, and inspired.< Less
The Boys' Cuchulain By Eleanor Hull
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A perfect introduction for those wishing to gain a knowledge and understanding of the legends around the Irish mythological hero Cuchulain, the ‘ancient defender of Ireland’ and that... More > nation’s greatest warrior, as contained in the myths of the Ulster Cycle. The son of the god Lugh and Deichtine, Cuchulain gained his name as a child after he killed the blacksmith Culann's fierce guard-dog in self-defence and offered to take its place until a replacement could be reared. For this he was renamed Cú Chulainn — "Culann's hound." The tale then follows the rest of Cuchulain’s life, telling of his great deeds such as the time when as a youngster he single-handedly defended Ulster against the armies of Queen Meave of Connacht, and of his great tragedies such as the time he slew his own son, Conla. Woven into these magical stories are hints at real persons and events, so that the legend of Cuchulain came to be a major part of Irish folklore and history.< Less
The Boys' Cuchulain By Eleanor Hull
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A perfect introduction for those wishing to gain a knowledge and understanding of the legends around the Irish mythological hero Cuchulain, the ‘ancient defender of Ireland’ and that... More > nation’s greatest warrior, as contained in the myths of the Ulster Cycle. The son of the god Lugh and Deichtine, Cuchulain gained his name as a child after he killed the blacksmith Culann's fierce guard-dog in self-defence and offered to take its place until a replacement could be reared. For this he was renamed Cú Chulainn — "Culann's hound." The tale then follows the rest of Cuchulain’s life, telling of his great deeds such as the time when as a youngster he single-handedly defended Ulster against the armies of Queen Meave of Connacht, and of his great tragedies such as the time he slew his own son, Conla. Woven into these magical stories are hints at real persons and events, so that the legend of Cuchulain came to be a major part of Irish folklore and history.< Less
Hunter's Magic By Paula George
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Archaeologists working in a field in the Highlands of Scotland find a strange pot. During the night it broken and an evil warrior by the name of Tarnus is released. Two children from the nearby... More > village, Chas and Kirsty, suddenly find themselves in the middle of a life and death struggle between the ancient Powers of good and evil, a struggle in which they call the Hunter to their aid and Chas finds that there is more to his family than he ever dreamed possible.< Less
Hunter's Magic By Paula George
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Archaeologists working in a field in the Highlands of Scotland find a strange pot. During the night it broken and an evil warrior by the name of Tarnus is released. Two children from the nearby... More > village, Chas and Kirsty, suddenly find themselves in the middle of a life and death struggle between the ancient Powers of good and evil, a struggle in which they call the Hunter to their aid and Chas finds that there is more to his family than he ever dreamed possible.< Less