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Chapter 3

Ancient Ireland

TermDefinition
Mesolithic/Middle Stone Age It was was called that because people used weapons and tools made from stone
Mesolithic people were.. Hunters/Gatherers
Neolithic/New Age People
Stone Axes
Neolithic tombs
Court Cairns
Portal Dolmens
Passage Graves
Corbelled Roofs
Smiths are..
Torcs
Lunalas
Fulachtaí Fia
Rotary Querns
Megalith means.. Great/Big
The Bronze Age The people that came to Ireland discovered how to make sharp weapons/tools out of bronze
Torcs Necklaces/bracelets that resembled ropes of gold
Lunalas Gold necklaces that looked like the crescent moon
Fulachtaí Fia
Moulds
Smelted
Wedge Tombs
Cist Graves
Standing Stones
The Iron Age Celts arrived in Ireland and they brought their knowledge of iron with them. Iron was the new metal that could make stronger and sharper tools/weapons
Dúns
Promontory Forts
Ogham Stones
Deities
Dagda
Lug The God of War
Brigid and Morrigan
Druids
Samhain
Imbolc
Bealtaine
Lughnasa
Tara Brooch
Tuath
Nobles
Commoners
Slaves
Created by: efstudy