He’s the world’s most famous wizard, but was the Merlin of Arthurian Legend based on a historical Celtic druid?
Separate fact from Arthruian Legend as we explore the historical evidence for Merlin, King Arthur’s personal sorcerer.
The ancient Celts divided their intellectual elites into three categories: druids, bards, and vates. Learn about their differences (and similarities) as recorded by Greek and Roman historians.
Classical writers regale us with eyebrow-raising tales of wild, island-bound Celtic women. But are any of them true?
Historical evidence suggests druidesses not only existed but were just as if not more powerful than their male counterparts.
Druid is a title that gets bandied about with the reckless abandon of an inebriated bard. Let’s separate druid history from druid mythology, shall we?
Demystifying the meanings of mythology, legend, folklore, and fairytale, especially as they pertain to Irish storytelling traditions