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#myths and legends

# myths-and-legends - Friday 29 November, 2019

FactCheck: No, hundreds of thousands of Irish people were not sold as slaves in the 17th century

Posts on social media have stated that Irish ‘slaves’ were treated as poorly as African slaves during this period.

# myths-and-legends - Saturday 20 May, 2017

'Did he exist? Did he not exist?': The hunt for the real King Arthur

With King Arthur: The Legend of the Sword hitting cinemas this weekend, we take a closer look.

# myths-and-legends - Sunday 19 July, 2015

10 tips for offbeat travellers in Ireland

If you like exploring Irish history, stories and eccentricities then read on…

# myths-and-legends - Tuesday 18 March, 2014

University of Glasgow disprove Blarney Stone myths (spoilsports)

Researchers tested a 19th century microscopic slice of the rock to see what they could find out.