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They made an encampment and the swans sang to them
'They made an encampment and the swans sang to them', c1910. The story of the Children of Lir. Bov the Red, King of the De Danaan people, visits the shores of Loch Derryvaragh where swans sing and converse with the people. Illustration from The High Deeds of Finn, and other Bardic Romances of Ancient Ireland by TW Rolleston.
- Image ref: 2378430
- Stapleton Historical Collection / Heritage Images