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Myths and Legends of the Celtic Race

Page: 205

Testimony of, to power of the Druids, 83
Clan Bascna.
One of the divisions of the Fianna of Erin, 252;
Cumhal, father of Finn, chief of, 255;
Cairbry causes feud between Clan Morna and, 308
Clan Calatin.
Sent by men of Erin against Cuchulain, 215;
Fiacha, son of Firaba, cuts off the eight-and-twenty hands of, 216;
Cuchulain slays, 216;
the widow of, gives birth to six children whom Maev has instructed in magic and then looses against Cuchulain, 233;
cause Cuchulain to break his geise, 231
Clan Morna.
One of the divisions of the Fianna of Erin, 252;
Lia becomes treasurer to, 255;
Cairbry causes feud between Clan Bascna and, 308
Clastid´ium.
Battle of, Polybius' description of behaviour of the Gæsati in, 41
Cleena.
A Danaan maiden once living in Mananan's country, the story of, 127
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Clus´ium.
Siege of, Romans play Celts false at, 25;
vengeance exacted by Celts, 26
Coffey, George.
His work on the New Grange tumulus, 69
Colloquy of the Ancients.
A collection of tales mentioning St Patrick and Cascorach, 281;
interest of, 308
Columba, St.
Symbol of the feet and, 77
Comyn, Michael
Reference to “Lay of Oisīn in the Land of Youth,” by, 276
Conall of the Victories.
Member of Conary's retinue at Red Hostel, 173;
Amorgin, his father, found by him at Teltin, 177;
shrinks from test re the Championship of Ireland, 196;
under the Debility curse, 205;
avenges Cuchulain's death by slaying Lewy, 233;
his “brain ball” causes death of Conor mac Nessa, 241;
mac Datho's boar and, 244;
slays Ket, 244
Conan mac Lia.
Son of Lia, lord of Luachar;
Finn makes a covenant with, 259
Conan mac Morna; otherwise the Bald.
His adventure with the Fairy Folk, 260;
he slays Liagan, 260;
adventure with the Gilla Dacar's steed, 295
Conann.
Fomorian king, 101
Con´ary Mōr.
The singing sword of, 121;
the legend-cycle of the High King, 177;
descended from Etain Oig, daughter of Etain, 164;
Messbuachalla, his mother, 167;
Desa, his foster-father, 167;
Ferlee, Fergar, and Ferrogan, his foster-brothers, 167;
Nemglan commands him go to Tara, 168;
proclaimed King of Erin, 168;
Nemglan declares his geise, 168;
banishment of his foster-brothers, 169;
lured into breaking his geise, 170;
the three Reds and, at Da Derga's Hostel, 170;
visited by the Morrigan at Da Derga's Hostel, 172;
members of his retinue: Cormac son of Conor, warrior mac Cecht, Conary's three sons, Conall of the Victories, Duftach of Ulster, 173;
perishes of thirst, 175
Condwiramur.
A maiden wedded by Parzival, 408
Conn.
One of the Children of Lir, 142
Connacht.
Ethal Anubal, prince of the Danaans of, 122;
Ailell and Maev, mortal King and Queen of, Angus Ōg seeks their help in efforts to win Caer, 122;
origin of name, 154;
Cuchulain makes a foray upon, 194;
Cuchulain descends upon host of, under Maev, 209;
Ket a champion, 241;
Queen Maev reigned in, for eighty-eight years, 245
Connla.
Son of Cuchulain and Aifa, 190;
his geise, 190;
Aifa sends him to Erin, 190;
his encounters with the men of Ulster, 191;
slain by Cuchulain, 192
Connla's Well.
Equivalent, Well of Knowledge.
Sinend's fatal visit to, 129
Conor mac Nessa.
Son of Fachtna and Nessa, proclaimed King of Ulster in preference to Fergus, 180;
Cuchulain brought up at court of, 183;
grants arms of manhood to Cuchulain, 185;

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