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Master Stoorworm
   is   
A Celtic Sea Serpent Whose Teeth Formed the Orkney, Shetland and Faroe Islands
His crumpled body became Iceland.
1967
   UEFA Champions League winners were   
Celtic
Scotland
491
   represents   
East Indo-European & Celtic Languages
891
   represents   
East Indo-European & Celtic
Irish €2
   has   
The Celtic Harp
He Government in Ireland decided on a single national design for all Irish coin denominations. They show the Celtic harp, a traditional symbol of Ireland, decorated with the year of issue and the word "Eire" - the Irish word for Ireland. The harp shown was designed by Jarlath Hayes.
Irish €1
   has   
The Celtic Harp
He Government in Ireland decided on a single national design for all Irish coin denominations. They show the Celtic harp, a traditional symbol of Ireland, decorated with the year of issue and the word "Eire" - the Irish word for Ireland. The harp shown was designed by Jarlath Hayes.
Irish 50c
   has   
The Celtic Harp
He Government in Ireland decided on a single national design for all Irish coin denominations. They show the Celtic harp, a traditional symbol of Ireland, decorated with the year of issue and the word "Eire" - the Irish word for Ireland. The harp shown was designed by Jarlath Hayes.
Irish 20c
   has   
The Celtic Harp
He Government in Ireland decided on a single national design for all Irish coin denominations. They show the Celtic harp, a traditional symbol of Ireland, decorated with the year of issue and the word "Eire" - the Irish word for Ireland. The harp shown was designed by Jarlath Hayes.
Irish 10c
   has   
The Celtic Harp
He Government in Ireland decided on a single national design for all Irish coin denominations. They show the Celtic harp, a traditional symbol of Ireland, decorated with the year of issue and the word "Eire" - the Irish word for Ireland. The harp shown was designed by Jarlath Hayes.
Irish 5c
   has   
The Celtic Harp
He Government in Ireland decided on a single national design for all Irish coin denominations. They show the Celtic harp, a traditional symbol of Ireland, decorated with the year of issue and the word "Eire" - the Irish word for Ireland. The harp shown was designed by Jarlath Hayes.
Irish 2c
   has   
The Celtic Harp
He Government in Ireland decided on a single national design for all Irish coin denominations. They show the Celtic harp, a traditional symbol of Ireland, decorated with the year of issue and the word "Eire" - the Irish word for Ireland. The harp shown was designed by Jarlath Hayes.
Irish 1c
   has   
The Celtic Harp
He Government in Ireland decided on a single national design for all Irish coin denominations. They show the Celtic harp, a traditional symbol of Ireland, decorated with the year of issue and the word "Eire" - the Irish word for Ireland. The harp shown was designed by Jarlath Hayes.
Goderich Celtic Roots Festival
   is held in   
Canada
An annual Celtic festival first started in 1992. Showcasing a wide variety of music and artisans.
Celtic FC
   play at   
Celtic Park
First British winners of European Cup in 1967 beating Inter Milan 2 - 1. Lost European Cup Final in 1969 to the Dutch club Feyenoord. Winners of 9 Scottish League Championships in a row under the leadership of Jock Stein.
1960
   winner was   
Celtic Ash
Bill Hartack up, Trainer: Thomas J. Barry, Owner: Green Dunes Farm -- 2:29.20
Old King Cole
   possibly originated from   
The Celtic King Coel Godhebog
Otherwise known as Cole the Magnificent, born AD 220
Old King Cole
   possibly originated from   
The Celtic King Coel Hen, Lord of Colchester
Otherwise known as Coel the Old. Born AD 350, died AD 420
Old King Cole
   possibly originated from   
The Celtic King Saint Ceneu Ap Coel
Son of Coel the Old, born AD 382
"The Celtic Harp"
   was released by   
The Chieftains
1994 - Best Traditional Folk Album
Celtic Sea
   is located in the   
Atlantic Ocean
A Celtic Chief Wounded in the Conflict Seeing Death Overtaking His Men Near a Cellar:
   is found in   
Century V, Quatrain No.10
A Celtic chief wounded in the conflict Seeing death overtaking his men near a cellar: Pressed by blood and wounds and enemies, And relief by four unknown ones.
Tom Warrior
   has played guitar in   
Celtic Frost
Swiss, real name Thomas Gabriel Fischer, heavy metal
Teutates
   is the   
Celtic Protector God
Boudicca
   was a   
Celtic Military Leader
Led an uprising against the Roman Empire in 60 or 61 AD
Boudicca
   was a   
Celtic Queen
Led an uprising against the Roman Empire in 60 or 61 AD
Wayne Atwood
   had the nickname   
Celtic Warrior
1892 - 93
   was won by   
Celtic
Runners Up, Rangers
1908 - 09
   was won by   
Celtic
Runners Up, Dundee
1913 - 14
   was won by   
Celtic
Runners Up, Rangers
1918 – 19
   was won by   
Celtic
Runners Up, Rangers
1921 – 22
   was won by   
Celtic
Runners Up Rangers
1937 – 38
   was won by   
Celtic
Runners Up Heart of Midlothian
1967 – 68
   was won by   
Celtic
Runners Up, Rangers
1968 – 69
   was won by   
Celtic
Runners Up, Rangers
1969 - 70
   was won by   
Celtic
Runners Up, Rangers
1970 – 71
   was won by   
Celtic
Runners Up, Aberdeen
1973 – 74
   was won by   
Celtic
Runners Up Hibernian
1976 – 77
   was won by   
Celtic
Runners Up Rangers
1981 – 82
   was won by   
Celtic
Runners Up Aberdeen
1987 – 88
   was won by   
Celtic
Runners Up Heart of Midlothian
2001 – 02
   was won by   
Celtic
Runners Up Rangers
2006 – 07
   was won by   
Celtic
Runners Up Rangers
Boudicca
   was a   
Celtic Military Leader
Led an uprising against the Roman Empire in 60 or 61 AD
2011 - 12
   was won by   
Celtic
Runners-up, Rangers
2012 - 13
   was won by   
Celtic
Runners-up, Motherwell
2013 - 14
   was won by   
Celtic
Runners-up, Motherwell
2014 - 15
   was won by   
Celtic
Runners-up, Aberdeen
2015 - 16
   was won by   
Celtic
Runners-up, Aberdeen
2016 - 17
   was won by   
Celtic
Runners-up, Aberdeen
2017 - 18
   was won by   
Celtic
Runners-up, Aberdeen






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