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Ogham

Ogham (pronounced oh-am), is the earliest form of writing in the Irish language and was used from the 4th to the 7th centuries. Based on the Latin alphabet and inscribed on stones or sticks, the text is read from bottom up. There currently are over 400 surviving examples of Ogham all over Ireland. Named after the Celtic God Ogma, (the God of Literature) this 20 letter writing system often denoted ownership of an object and has also been linked to poetry.

The Ogham Collection consists of four tumblers - each representing four meaningful Gaelic words: Síocháin meaning Peace, Sonas meaning Happiness, Gra meaning love and Clan meaning Family

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