Aengus

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Aengus

one of the Tuatha de Danaan; god of love. [Celtic Myth.: Jobes, 40]
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-t e - Conde Nast said: "Three windswept isles - Inishmore, Inishmaan and Inisheer - off the West coast of Ireland all have a rugged, bleak beauty to match the sinister 2,000-year-old ruins of Dun Aenghus, a Celtic fortress clinging to a cliff top as if declaring this to be the actual edge of the world.
THE ROCK OF CASHEL Set in the heart of Co Tipperary, this attraction is also known as the Cashel of the Kings and is thought to be where St Patrick converted Aenghus, the King of Munster, to Christianity in the 5th century.