Daghda Print

Daghda was chief amongst the Gaelic gods and was therefore an equivalent to the king of the Greek gods, Zeus. Daghda's name means the good god, not in the moral sense but meaning good at everything. One of the main differences was that the Irish gods were not worshipped or sacrificed to, but instead they were characters of an oral poetic tradition. Daghda was a mystical supernatural being with magical powers, and his strength derived from his knowledge of the hidden, which in folklore was the highest kind of wisdom.

Product Detail

Daghda 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

Daghda 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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