Máel Dúin

Máel Dúin

Máel Dúin es un héroe de la Irlanda pagana que decidió lanzarse a la mar para vengar la muerte de su padre Ailill, señor de las islas Aran. Sus aventuras están recogidas en el Immram Maele Dúin o Viaje de Máel Dúin, un relato irlandés a finales del siglo X.

Bibliografía

  • Alberro, Manuel (2008). Immrama-Echtrai: Los viajes celtas al otro mundo. Cáceres: Muñoz Moya. ISBN 978-84-8010-175-2. 

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