The Corleck head. This carved stone head probably dates from the Early Iron Age. Containing three faces, it was discovered in the townland of Drumeague, Co. Cavan and probably represents a Celtic deity.
Piper, remember, you should only use your charmspeak when it is necessary. Last time you used charmspeak on Leo you made him think he was a kangaroo and he didn't stop jumping around the Argo II for three days.
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From the 11th to the 13th Centuries, rabbits became reviled for their pagan connections to sexuality, easy fertility, and as an important women's religious symbol: the moon. A carved stone, southern portal of Chartres Cathedral shows a lewd, laughing rabbit-man tempting and carrying off a chaste young woman