Scotland’s Merlin: A Medieval Legend and Its Dark Age Origins – Book Review

The author of the book Scotland’s Merlin: A Medieval Legend and Its Dark Age Origins, Tim Clarkson, is a PhD in medieval history, and holds an MPhil in archeology. I have had some correspondence with him regarding another of his books, The Men of the North: the Britons of Southern Scotland, and had a discussionContinue reading “Scotland’s Merlin: A Medieval Legend and Its Dark Age Origins – Book Review”

The Goddess Whom The Blacksmiths Adored Part One: The Cook-pit of the Carrion Birds

…’This is a cooking-place,’ said Finnachaidh, ‘and it is a long time since it was made.’ ‘That is true,’ said Caoilte, ‘and this is the cooking-place of the Great Queen.’ ⁃ Colloquy of the Ancients (1)

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