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Transcript of Irish Food
Irish Myths and Legends
Most known type of "fairy"
Legend since medieval times
Looks like an old man
Modern view: childlike fairy
Loves to collect gold
Grants 3 wishes/his money
Fool their thieves
Sign of hidden place is suddenly endless
Give you golden coin
In books and movies
Born in Scotland in 387
Died in Ireland on the 17th of March 461
Kidnapped and sold to slavery
Converted to Christianity
Forgotten after death
Wasn't a saint in his lifetime
Banished the snakes out of Ireland
Metaphor for the Evil
Uses the Shamrock as example
St. Patrick nowadays
wanted the 17th of march to be celebrated
wants everyone to drink something
St. Patricksday is now celebrated every year
Used by St. Patrick to prove "Holy Trinity"
Unofficial symbol for Ireland
Druids believed it was sacred
Female Spirit from the underworld
Ugly old woman or young and beautiful woman
Red eyes because of the crying
Was a protector goddess(gurdian angle)
Developed to death goddess
Transforms into animals
Complainingly voice and shrill cry
Sits in front of window before keen
Mustn't see her
The cry also kills you
What is a pub?
Typical features of a pub
Great importance to irish
5 sorts of beer:
Irish folk started in 1774
Only used Drums and Bagpipes
New Music/Instruments in 18th century
Chris de Burgh
Jedward(Eurovision Song Contest)