Overview of the 'Mythological Cycle' of Irish mythology
Irish Mythology - The Mythological Cycle
Irish Mythology - The Ulster Cycle
Irish Mythology - The Historical Cycle
Irish Mythology - The Fenian Cycle
The Mythological Cycle is a conventional division within Irish mythology, concerning a set of tales about the godlike peoples said to have arrived in five migratory invasions into Ireland and principally recounting the doings of the Tuatha Dé Danann.
It is one of the four major cycles of early Irish literary tradition, the others being the Ulster Cycle, the Fenian Cycle and the Cycles of the Kings.
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