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In Irish mythology, Dian Cécht, also known as Cainte, Canta, was the God of healing to the Irish people. He was the healer for the Tuatha Dé Danann and the father of Cian, Cu, and Cethé. His other children were Miach, Airmed, Étan the poetess, and Ochtriullach.

Spirit Message of the Moment – Celebrating Lammas 2012

In Irish mythology, Dian Cécht, also known as Cainte, Canta, was the God of healing to the Irish people. He was the healer for the Tuatha Dé Danann and the father of Cian, Cu, and Cethé. His other children were Miach, Airmed, Étan the poetess, and Ochtriullach.

Suilven may be only 731 metres high, but its unique outline, challenging remoteness and superlative views make it one of the finest mountains in Britain. Paths throughout ..one section is very boggy, and the climb to the ridge is very steep. Very simple scrambling on the ridge.

Suilven may be only 731 metres high, but its unique outline, challenging remoteness and superlative views make it one of the finest mountains in Britain. Paths throughout ..one section is very boggy, and the climb to the ridge is very steep. Very simple scrambling on the ridge.

Barefooted children in the dirty and damp streets of the Gorbals, Glasgow, 1912 (Photo: Tony Currie)

Barefooted children in the dirty and damp streets of the Gorbals, Glasgow, 1912 (Photo: Tony Currie)

Culloden Moor: The Battle of Culloden was the final confrontation of the 1745 Jacobite Rising. Taking place on 16 April 1746, the battle pitted the Jacobite forces of Charles Edward Stuart against an army commanded by William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland, loyal to the British government. The Jacobite cause of overthrowing the reigning House of Hanover and restoring the House of Stuart to the British throne was dealt a decisive defeat at Culloden. Between 1,500 and 2,000 Jacobites were killed…

Culloden Moor: The Battle of Culloden was the final confrontation of the 1745 Jacobite Rising. Taking place on 16 April 1746, the battle pitted the Jacobite forces of Charles Edward Stuart against an army commanded by William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland, loyal to the British government. The Jacobite cause of overthrowing the reigning House of Hanover and restoring the House of Stuart to the British throne was dealt a decisive defeat at Culloden. Between 1,500 and 2,000 Jacobites were killed…

jamesandclairefraser: “Sam and Cait | Behind The Scenes ““Even off screen, this pair has more chemistry than Marie Curie.” ”

jamesandclairefraser: “Sam and Cait | Behind The Scenes ““Even off screen, this pair has more chemistry than Marie Curie.” ”

Allure "This was the fashion forward capital of the world, especially in the 18th century, much as it is now. So the sophistication and the idea of fashion were fundamentally very different than what was going on in Scotland at the time." – Ronald D. Moore (Executive Producer)

Allure "This was the fashion forward capital of the world, especially in the 18th century, much as it is now. So the sophistication and the idea of fashion were fundamentally very different than what was going on in Scotland at the time." – Ronald D. Moore (Executive Producer)

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