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- for the record label, see shanachie records. a seanchaí ([ˈʃan̪ˠəxiː] or [ʃan̪ˠəˈxiː] - plural: seanchaithe [ˈʃan̪ˠəxɪhɪ]) is a traditional irish storyteller/historian
- chieftains, and the dubliners. in their subject matter and techniques, the seanachie are considered the inheritors of the ancient irish tradition of oral literature
- the same one appearing in dinsenchas (place lore) and is cognate with seanachie, a word that has entered english language as a word for a traditional
- great and mysterious world.' hector's role is one of an idealised gaelic seanachie, his knowledge of his local area and history not limiting him in his dealing
- link in , publisher= (help) thompson, patrick, official clan mactavish seanachie. 'examining the origins of the 'sons of thomas', 'sons of steven' and
- isbn 9780748644322.  campbell, duncan, ed. (1891). 'mary mackellar, bard and seanachie.'. highland monthly, volume ii, 1890-1891.   this article incorporates
- initiated wiccan priest of the welsh tradition and holds the title of seanachie from the temple of danaan. laurence galian has lectured widely all over
- holdings on account of their profession. in gaelic ireland the filídh and séanachie were held in high esteem, with the ollamh considered to be of equal stature
- charles and lachlann. nothing definite is known of eachann, yet the sleat seanachie mcvurich claimed that he had another son, siothach an dronan, who settled