100% Cotton woven throw.
Until the late-nineteenth century, Corleck Hill, in the Co. Cavan townland of Drumeague, was the site of a Lughnasa festival held on the first Sunday of August. Lughnasa was one of the great quarterly feasts of the old Irish year, and it also retained millennia-old memories of the Celtic god Lugh.
The head is often taken to represent an ‘all-knowing god’, who can see all dimensions of reality or the old Celtic gof Crum Dubh.
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