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The Irish people have a beautiful tradition that surrounds the fifteenth-century Saint Brigid. The saint Brigid’s cross is solidly a Christian symbol. Other writings claim
My mind has registered a lot of encounters that my eyes have had with the Dara Celtic knot either on skins as tattoos, drawn on
In the Irish culture, a wolf was cherished and admired for its instincts and prowess in hunting. In your thoughts you may imagine that a
Pirates have existed for a long time. They date back to 1650 in the era of Henry Morgan and Bartholomew Roberts, some of the most
The Celtic Tree of life is an important symbol with immense significance in the ancient Celtic culture and worldwide featured in varying representations all over the world and in all religions.
Movies and books about pirates are full of flashy images of pirates in unique and flashy jewelry. Pirates indeed wore earrings but you should also
Pirates are often characterized as drunkards and always ready for a drunken brawl. Their primary drink was rum, wine, and ale, and each served a
Pirate ships are small and have ample working space and living quarters for the crew. They are more like a schooner or a sloop, with
During the golden age of piracy, the robbery of goods from merchant ships became higher than at any other time recorded in history. During this
A pirate is known as a robber who travels by water. Ancient history says that despite pirates being known as daring, evil, brutish, and aggressive,
Pirates carried food and drinks on their ships. It was essential to carry food that would last for many days because their journeys took long.
The source and usage of the pirate flag is unknown. However, the first pirate flag was used around 1682-1720 by the famous pirate, Calico Rackman.