LUGH THE IL-DÁNA. 1979.
Lugh was the greatest of all the warrior-gods of the Tuatha Dé Danann and this work depicts his battle-display as he chants to his ancestors before battle:
‘ “This dishonour has lasted long enough!” Drawing his magic sword Lugh charged the Fomor chieftain and struck his head from his shoulders. Lugh’s followers came after their prince and slaughtered the rest of the Fomor Tax Gatherers, all except nine. These he spared because they ran and put themselves under the protection of Nuada.
Then Lugh put his sword back in it’s scabbard and said: “I would slay you also except that I wish you to go back to the land of the Fomor and tell the Wizard lord, Balor, what you have seen here today.” ‘
Excerpt from ‘The Silver Arm.’ by Jim FitzPatrick.
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