Rowing Around Immráma 14: The Pursuit of the Gilla Decair – An Unofficial Fenian Immrám
In the last stop of our very circuitous Immrám of Immráma, we have a canter through a Fenian tale of surly servants, marine equines, hairy horrors and a battle with the High-King of the World. All in a day’s work for Finn and the Fianna…
But is it an Immrám? Is it a recognisably Irish tale or a Classical rip-off? Help pull the Story Archaeology oars into its final harbour and find out!
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Music: “Tam Lin” by Gian Castello
- Posted in: Immráma 14: The Pursuit of the Gilla Decair ♦ Podcast Episodes ♦ Series 04: Rowing Around Immráma
- Tagged: Acallam na nÉces, Diarmuid, Fenian, Fiana, Finn, Fionn Mac Cumhail, Fionn McCool, folklore, Fomoire, Gilla Decair, Goll, horses, Immrám, islands, Manannán, Midir, Oisín, Oscar, Otherworld, poetry, storytelling