An difríocht idir athruithe ar: "Tailte"

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TheSan firstam ''Áenachatá thart, Tailteann'' was held at [[Teltown]]. Historically, the [[ÁenachAonach Tailteann]] was a time for contests of strength and skill, and a favoured time for contracting marriages and winter lodgings. A peace was declared at the festival, and religious celebrations were also held. Aspects of the festival survive in the celebrations of [[Lughnasa]], and were revived as the ''Teltown Games'' (Cluichí Tailteann) for a period in the twentieth century.<ref name="MacKillop" />
 
''A similar Lughnasa festival was held at Carmun (whose exact location is under dispute). Similar to Tailte, the festival there is celebrated by a [[dinnseanchas]] poem that provides a pseudo-etymology for the site. The poem claims that the festival is named after the mythological Carmun, in a tale similar to that of Tailtiu. But as with Tailte, this mythological figure likely derives its name from the place-name.