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a pre-Christian priest among the Celts of ancient Gaul and Britain and Ireland

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The Nomads head into the visit of Druids in fourth, just three points off second-placed Bangor and one point behind Bala Town, so it's all to play for in the race for automatic Europa League qualification.
The area was then named Druids Heath in reference to the Drews' family of farmers who had tried to work the relatively infertile land around these parts until the mid-19th century.
The majority of my participatory observation work took place in 2007 and 2008 among the English-speaking Druids who are members of the Ar nDraiocht Fein Druid Fellowship (ADF), and I continued to participate in some of their rituals and social gatherings in 2009.
The youth team defeated Wrexham-based Cefn Druids, 4-3 after extra-time in an enthralling game at King Georges New Field in Clydach.
In the latter sphere, Druids Aghadoe (Irish Grand National), Druids Mickey Jo (Springbok, Champion Hurdle) and Sizzlers Bossman (Midland Champion Hurdle) have been joined by Baran Bally Hi, dual English/ Irish Grand National winner who also bore the 'Druids' label until being acquired by Middlesex owner Stefan Baran.
My-Pa47 5 Cefn Druids 0 (My-Pa 47 win 5-0 on agg) THE Europa League dream is over for Cefn Druids after they were soundly beaten by Finnish opponents My-Pa 47 in Lahti last night.
Druids 2: The Altars of Destiny * Jean-Luc Istin and Thierry Jigourel (Dalen, pounds 9.
THE COVENTRY STONES Every solstice, druids roam From far and wide, to their spiritual home.
GOLFERS who play on either Druids Glen or Druids Heath championship courses from Monday to Thursday until the end of August have the chance become millionaires.
The move comes thousands of years after the first druids worshipped in Britain.
non-fiction DRUIDS Barry Cunliffe This is a short and punchy history of the Druids.
Blood and Mistletoe: The History of the Druids in Britain.
As Ronald Hutton demonstrates in this densely erudite yet splendidly readable book, most of what is known concerning the Druids could be written on the back an envelope.
Recent books about the Druids are generally either surveys of the ancient priestly class of the Celts by notable archaeologists or discourses by New Age authors on various aspects of modern druidic wisdom, including mysticism, nature lore, and tips for improving one's love life.
Unless you own a 20-sided dice, have an auntie called Morgana Starchild and can draw a pentagram without taking the pencil off the paper, chances are you won't know much about Druids.