A Bhríd Women’s Hoody – Pink

£47.00

Design:

The Pagan Goddess Brigid was the daughter of the Daghdha, a prolific father-figure God of the Tuatha Dé Danann. In the mythology she married Bres, the somewhat unpopular half-Fomorian king of the Tuatha Dé Danann, They had a son, Ruadán, who was slain at the second battle of Moytura. When he was killed, Brigid went to the battlefield to mourn him and it is said that that was the first lament in Ireland.
 
So important was the Goddess Brigid to the ancient people’s of Ireland, that during the period in the 5th century when Ireland was being converted to Christianity, the Church recognised that in order for the new religion to be accepted they would have to bring Brigid into it too. 

Material:

  • 85% organic ring-spun combed cotton, 15% recycled polyester
  • XXS – 4XL
  • Medium fit
  • 350 g/m²

Screen printed with water-based ink

The Organic Content Standard (OCS) is a standard for tracking and verifying the content of organically grown materials in a final product.

 

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