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In the vast tapestry of Celtic mythology, one deity stands out for his exceptional skills and radiant presence: Lugh, the multi-talented god of light, arts, and craftsmanship. Lugh, also known as Lugh Lámhfhada, meaning "Lugh of the Long Arm," possesses a remarkable array of abilities and represents the epitome of Celtic prowess. 

Lugh was known as a sun god and a fierce warrior.  He is also known as a god of storms, particularly thunderstorms.  He was associated with the raven, crow, and lynx, and had a magic hound.  Lugh possessed several magical weapons, including an invincible Spear, one of the treasures of the Tuatha Dé Danann.  It is said that the Spear never missed its target and was so bloodthirsty it would often try to fight without anyone wielding it.

One of the most prominent celebrations associated with Lugh is the festival of Lughnasadh, also known as Lammas. Taking place on August 1st, it commemorates the harvest season and pays homage to Lugh's role as a deity of agriculture and abundance. The festival involves lively gatherings, feasting, sporting events, and artistic competitions, reflecting Lugh's multifaceted nature.

Celtic Lugh Bronze Figurine 20.5cm

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