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Oisin Hat

Oisin Hat

Name of the Day: Oisín | Dances with Diapers

Name of the Day: Oisín | Dances with Diapers

Terrybaun Irish Art Studio Pottery Sgraffito Dish Freyer or Oisin Kelly ex Leach | Pottery, Porcelain & Glass, Pottery, Irish | eBay!

Terrybaun Irish Art Studio Pottery Sgraffito Dish Freyer or Oisin Kelly ex Leach | Pottery, Porcelain & Glass, Pottery, Irish | eBay!

Red Oisin 8' x 10'6" Rug by Ashley HomeStore - zip purse, cool purses, online ladies handbags *sponsored https://www.pinterest.com/purses_handbags/ https://www.pinterest.com/explore/hand-bag/ https://www.pinterest.com/purses_handbags/black-purse/ https://www.toryburch.com/sales-handbags/

Red Oisin 8' x 10'6" Rug by Ashley HomeStore - zip purse, cool purses, online ladies handbags *sponsored https://www.pinterest.com/purses_handbags/ https://www.pinterest.com/explore/hand-bag/ https://www.pinterest.com/purses_handbags/black-purse/ https://www.toryburch.com/sales-handbags/

long oval Terrybaun Pottery dish with scraffito decoration by Oisin Kelly depicting the Last Supper

long oval Terrybaun Pottery dish with scraffito decoration by Oisin Kelly depicting the Last Supper

Oisin LIGHT BROWN 100 Wool Traditional 8x10 Handmade Rug 8 1 X 910

Oisin LIGHT BROWN 100 Wool Traditional 8x10 Handmade Rug 8 1 X 910

Fig. 42: Antlered goddesses in Bronze from Besançon (Doubs), the concept of a deer-shaped goddess is well represented by several legends of Irish medieval literature which relate that certain female characters have the ability to transform into a doe. An 11th-century legend belonging to the tradition of Fionn mac Cumhaill tells that Blái Dheirg,1025 the mother of Oisín, generally appeared in the shape of a doe and gave birth to Oisínin this form, justifying thus his name ‘Little Fawn’

Fig. 42: Antlered goddesses in Bronze from Besançon (Doubs), the concept of a deer-shaped goddess is well represented by several legends of Irish medieval literature which relate that certain female characters have the ability to transform into a doe. An 11th-century legend belonging to the tradition of Fionn mac Cumhaill tells that Blái Dheirg,1025 the mother of Oisín, generally appeared in the shape of a doe and gave birth to Oisínin this form, justifying thus his name ‘Little Fawn’

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