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Although Iowans may have more German than Irish ancestry, in music, the Irish and the rest of the Celts are way ahead! So for your St Patrick's Day enjoyment...

Palu the Cat Goddess by Jim Fitzpatrick. I've loved this since I first saw it about thirty years ago. I learnt a lot from doing my own black and white copy. Mr Fitzpatrick's work has also fed a lifetime love for Irish mythology

Palu the Cat Goddess by Jim Fitzpatrick. I've loved this since I first saw it about thirty years ago. I learnt a lot from doing my own black and white copy. Mr Fitzpatrick's work has also fed a lifetime love for Irish mythology

EOCHAI KING OF THE FIR BOLG   from The Book of Conquests written and illustrated by Jim Fitzpatrick

EOCHAI KING OF THE FIR BOLG from The Book of Conquests written and illustrated by Jim Fitzpatrick

muirthemne:    Balor in Magh Tuireadh by Jim Fitzpatrick, 1981. From Fitzpatrick’s   The Silver Arm    From Muirthemne a great Irish Mythology and Folklore illustration blog.

muirthemne: Balor in Magh Tuireadh by Jim Fitzpatrick, 1981. From Fitzpatrick’s The Silver Arm From Muirthemne a great Irish Mythology and Folklore illustration blog.

Ériu was a goddess of the mystical Tuatha Dé Danann, one of the earliest tribes of invaders to conquer the isle known as ‘The Wooded Isle’, and much later as Éireann (the country of Ireland), named in honour of the great goddess herself. Ériu was also one of the three divine eponyms of what is now Ireland and gave her name to the Island, while ruling as a triple goddess with Banba and Fodhla up to the time of the Milesian invasion in pre-history. | by Jim FitzPatrick

Ériu was a goddess of the mystical Tuatha Dé Danann, one of the earliest tribes of invaders to conquer the isle known as ‘The Wooded Isle’, and much later as Éireann (the country of Ireland), named in honour of the great goddess herself. Ériu was also one of the three divine eponyms of what is now Ireland and gave her name to the Island, while ruling as a triple goddess with Banba and Fodhla up to the time of the Milesian invasion in pre-history. | by Jim FitzPatrick

Eiru - Queen of the Tuatha de Danann ... http://www.movilleinishowen.com/history/mythology/tuatha_de_danann.htm

Eiru - Queen of the Tuatha de Danann ... http://www.movilleinishowen.com/history/mythology/tuatha_de_danann.htm

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