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Ancient Irish Poetry – For When You Need More Culture Than What’s in Your Yoghurt

It’s amazing to think that these are up to 800 years old, and we can still read them. The literature of ancient Ireland is the most primitive and original among

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A New App Can Identify Artworks and Tell You About Them

By Nicole Buckler Ever been to a gallery and struggled for more information about the artwork? Did you have to forfeit your fancy noise-cancelling headphones in favour of an infophone

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Long-Dead Irish Music Traditions Found in Modern-Day India

An archaeologist studying musical horns from iron-age Ireland has found that old Irish musical traditions, thought to be long dead, are alive and well in south India. You might think

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Old Moore Predicts: A Crash in the Art World

Our in-house psychic Old Moore has predicted that global finances will be unstable in the coming year, a sentiment that Bill Gates recently echoed. Old Moore has also said he

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Scholar Discovers “Missing Piece” of a Bronze-Age Irish Instument, And Now Can Bust Out Tunes on an Ancient Horn

There were a lot of tunes going down in the Bronze Age in Ireland. It was thought that Irish music entered a sort of “dark age” in the Bronze age,