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    Imbas is back online!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by M˛rag Elasaid MacDh˛mhnaill
    Imbas is back online!!!
    Yes, and imbas-public is showing signs of life too. Still not sure if its something i want to be more involved in or not.
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    I'm at the same point. I really enjoy their website (will have to go look at the imbas-public - link please?) but not sure if I want to join or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M˛rag Elasaid MacDh˛mhnaill
    I'm at the same point. I really enjoy their website (will have to go look at the imbas-public - link please?) but not sure if I want to join or not.
    imbas-public is a yahoo groups list.
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    Yeah, I figured that...went and found it myself. Thanks though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muireannach
    Just a quick question.....anyone have any links on the gaulic celts?
    What in particular are you looking for?

    What languages do you read?
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    nantonos! imbus links directiy to your epona site on their deities page. congrats! :D

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    Edit: This is what I get what posting when tired. One of the links explains how the Goedellic and Brythonic languages branched off. Now that I think about it, that sounds famaliar. I wish I'd brought my archaeology lecture notes back with me, as they mentioned the languages. Sorry for any misunderstandings...I shall post again when I am more awake.

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    Last edited by Fear-farsain; July 26th, 2004 at 08:17 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mothwench
    nantonos! imbus links directiy to your epona site on their deities page. congrats! :D
    Yes, I saw. We get quite a few hits via them, too.

    PS Its Ceffyl's page as well as mine. We did the research together.
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    If anyone ever wants info on Ireland, feel free to ask. I'm a (former) native of the country, and half my family still resides in the Counties Cork and Limerick. I'm semi-fluent in that region's particular dialect of Irish.

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