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Manannán MacLir - mug
  • Manannán MacLir - mug
  • Manannán MacLir - mug

Manannán MacLir - mug


Manannán MacLir

Manannán MacLir, was the Sea God of Ancient Ireland. He is also associated with the legends of Scotland and the Isle of Man, where his throne was located and indeed the island is named after this mythological God. It was said he had a horse, Aonbharr who could gallop as easily across the waves as on land. His sword, Fragarach, could cut through any armour and his Cloak of Mists could change to any colour. He possessed a Crane bag which contained many treasures and a boat which obeyed the orders of those who sailed within.

Illustration from an original by Margaret McKenna


Dimension (L x W x H) 105 x 105 x 115 Millimetre
Weight 350 Gram