Conaire Print

When Eochaid married Etain, Etain produced one child, a daughter. The king was furious at this and ordered that she be taken to a pit and killed. The men who were to carry out the king's wishes set her free and she fled to the cow sheds of the King of Tara. There her name became Mes Buachalla the cowherds fosterling. One day a bird appeared and declared that she would become pregnant by him, and that the child was never to kill birds. He also said the child's name was to be Conaire. Thus Conaire was born, the son of a bird man. This link between hero and birds is quite common in Irish Mythology, the Children of Lir being another example.

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Conaire Print

€29.99

  • Enternally popular frame
  • Simple, elegant design
  • Custom mount, cut perfectly to your image
  • Delivered fully strung ready for hanging

Print info

  • Width (cm):

    50
  • Height (cm):

    70
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Product Detail

Conaire Print

€29.99

Framed print info

  • Printed on high-quality 240GSM paper
  • Vibrant colours bring your archetype to life
  • Robustly packaged
  • Width (cm):

    50
  • Height (cm):

    70
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