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Side View. The Bell of St. Patrick and its Shrine. Armagh, Ireland. 8th-9th century AD.

Side View. The Bell of St. Patrick and its Shrine. Armagh, Ireland. 8th-9th century AD.

Kilnasaggart Pillar Stone in the early Celtic Christian monastic site near Jonesboro, County Armagh, Northern Ireland, Stock Photo

Kilnasaggart Pillar Stone in the early Celtic Christian monastic site near Jonesboro, County Armagh, Northern Ireland, Stock Photo

Armagh Cross - Armagh, Co. Armagh : Celtic Art Gift

Armagh Cross - Armagh, Co. Armagh : Celtic Art Gift

Northern Ireland - Said to be the earliest datable Christian monument in Ireland. This carved Standing Stone at Kilnasaggart is inscribed to Ternohc who according to the Irish Annals died in 714AD.

Northern Ireland - Said to be the earliest datable Christian monument in Ireland. This carved Standing Stone at Kilnasaggart is inscribed to Ternohc who according to the Irish Annals died in 714AD.

La Campana de San Patricio, Armagh, Irlanda. Siglos 8 - 9

La Campana de San Patricio, Armagh, Irlanda. Siglos 8 - 9

Costumed musical performers called "Mummers" or "Soulers" who would go house to house begging for food donations called "soul cakes" in exchange for prayers on All Souls Day are where the tradition of Trick-or-Treating began. - THE ARMAGH MUMMERS. Ireland

Costumed musical performers called "Mummers" or "Soulers" who would go house to house begging for food donations called "soul cakes" in exchange for prayers on All Souls Day are where the tradition of Trick-or-Treating began. - THE ARMAGH MUMMERS. Ireland

Flags of the Counties of Ireland redesign [OC]

Flags of the Counties of Ireland redesign [OC]

Saint Malachy was a bishop famous for writing very famous prophecies of the popes. Also listed as Mael Maedoc ua Morgair or Maolrnhaodhog ua Morgair, Malachy was born in Armagh, Ireland, in 1095. He was ordained by St. Cellach or Celsus of Armagh in 1132 and studied under Bishop St. Maichius of Lismore. Malachy reformed ecclesiastical discipline and replaced the Celtic liturgy with the Roman when he served as abbot of Ban

Saint Malachy was a bishop famous for writing very famous prophecies of the popes. Also listed as Mael Maedoc ua Morgair or Maolrnhaodhog ua Morgair, Malachy was born in Armagh, Ireland, in 1095. He was ordained by St. Cellach or Celsus of Armagh in 1132 and studied under Bishop St. Maichius of Lismore. Malachy reformed ecclesiastical discipline and replaced the Celtic liturgy with the Roman when he served as abbot of Ban

Macha - Celtic goddess of war, part of the triple goddess known as the Morrigna along with Badb and the Morrigan or Anu.  Known as a crow goddess she would fly over battlefields with her sisters and choose who would live or die then take the souls of the deceased to the otherworld.

Macha - Celtic goddess of war, part of the triple goddess known as the Morrigna along with Badb and the Morrigan or Anu. Known as a crow goddess she would fly over battlefields with her sisters and choose who would live or die then take the souls of the deceased to the otherworld.

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