Gods and Fighting Men

The Story of the Tuatha De Danaan and of the Fianna of Ireland

arranged and put into English
by Lady Augusta Gregory

with a preface by W. B. Yeats

London, J. Murray, 1904

Preface by W B Yeats

Part I

Fight with the Firbolgs
Reign of Bres
The Coming of Lugh
The Sons of Tuireann
The Great Battle of Magh Tuireadh
Hidden House of Lugh
The Landing
The Battle of Tailltin
Bodb Dearg
The Dagda
Angus Og
The Morrigu
Midhir and Etain
Manannan at Play
His Call to Bran
His Three Calls to Cormac
Cliodna's Wave
Call to Connla
Tadg in Manannan's Islands
Laegaire in the Happy Plain
Fate of the Children of Lir

Part II

The Coming of Finn
Finns Household
Birth of Bran
Oisin's Mother
The Best Men of the Fianna
The Lad of the Skins
Black, Brown, and Grey
The Hound
Red Ridge
The Enemies of Ireland
Cael and Credhe
Conn Crither
Glas Son of Dremen
Help of the Men of Dea
The March of the Fianna
The First Fighters
The King of Ulster's Son
The High King's Son
The King of Lochlann and his Sons
Labran's Journey
The Great Fight
Credhe's Lament
King of Britain's Son
Cave of Ceiscoran
Donn, Son of Midhir
Hospitality of Cuanna's House
Cats Heads and Dog Heads
Lomna's Head
Illbrec of Ess Ruadh
The Cave of Cruachan
The Wedding at Ceann Slieve
The Shadowy One
Finn's Madness
The Red Woman
Finn and the Phantoms
The Pigs of Angus
The Hunt of Slieve Cuilinn
Oisin's Children
Birth of Diarmuid
How Diarmuid Got His Love-Spot
The Daughter of King Under-Wave
The Hard Servant
The House of the Quicken Trees
The Flight from Teamhair
The Pursuit
The Green Champions
The Wood of Dubhros
The Quarrel
The Wanderers
Fighting and Peace
The Boar of Beinn Gulbain
Tailc, Son of Treon
Meargach's Wife
Ailne's Revenge
The Quarrel with the Sons of Morna
Death of Goll
The Battle of Gabhra
The Death of Bran
The Call of Oisin
The Last of the Great Men
Oisin's Story
Oisin in Patrick's House
The Arguments
Oisin's Lament
Pronunciation and Place Names

Deidre of the Sorrows, by John Duncan