The Song of Amergin

Amergin[1] Glúingel (“white knees”) (also spelled Amhairghin Glúngheal) or Glúnmar (“big knee”) is a barddruid and judge for the Milesians in the Irish Mythological Cycle. He was appointed Chief Ollam of Ireland by his two brothers the kings of Ireland. A number of poems attributed to Amergin are part of the Milesian mythology.


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