For every death, a price must be paid. Life is precious, and blood is costly, and when you take the life of a man, you do not know how high the penalty will be. This is a story about three brothers, and a life they took, the price they paid, and the devastation that followed them to their deaths.
Sources and Further Reading
- The Fate of the Children of Tuireann from The Society for the Preservation of the Irish Language
- “The Quest of the Sons of Turenn” by T. W. Rolleston
- “The Fate of the Children of Tuireann” from The Three Sorrows of Storytelling by Douglas Hyde
- “The Grail and the English Sir Perceval” (V) by Arthur C. L. Brown
- “Fines under Brehon Law” by Laurence Ginnell
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