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Ancient Handbags?

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Those who went to Greece become the Fir Bolg.

The LGÉ says that they were enslaved by the Greeks and made to carry bags of soil or clay, hence the name 'Fir Bolg' (men of bags).


Ambassadors of the Fir Bolg and Tuath Dé meeting before the Battle of Moytura,
an illustration by J. C. Leyendecker in T. W. Rolleston's Myths & Legends of the Celtic Race, 1911


Fir Bolg - Wikipedia
 
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