Story Archaeology

Uncovering the layers of Irish Mythology through a regular podcast and related articles.

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The Dagda’s Cauldron ~ A home-brew supplemental

In the audio article ‘The Dadga’s Cauldron’  I was speculating, in a somewhat lighthearted moment, that the transformative element of the Dagda’s wonderful cooking pot from which no-one went away unsatisfied might have been connected to memories of early fermentation processes, i.e. the brewing of beer.   There has been plenty of evidence for feasting at …

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The Dagda’s Cauldron ~ A Seasonal Special!

The Dagda with his cauldron of abundance, from which none leave unsatisfied, epitomises the deep and ancient yearning we  feel for mid-winter indulgence and  good company.  It may be that the cauldron had more to offer than just a solid meal. Join Chris, from the Story Archaeologists, as she dips into this extravagant cooking pot. …

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The Ancestors and the Hollow Hills

In the podcast episode, “The Further Adventures of Nera – The Cow and the Time Machine”, we found ourselves exploring the gateway to the Irish Otherworld. It is not the first timewe have made this journey..  We only have to return to our last story, Fled Bricrenn, “Bricriu’s Feast”, where we encountered another powerful Otherworld …

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