How to Draw a Horseshoe

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A horseshoe is a metal object designed to protect a horse's hoof. Horseshoes have a long history. In ancient China, horses' feet were sometimes wrapped in leather, and a "hipposandal" or hoof boot of ancient Roman design has been discovered in Great Britain. Nailed horseshoes were developed over 1,000 years ago... Read more

How to Draw a Celtic Warrior

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The Celts or Kelts were the people of Europe from about 2000 BCE to 100 BCE. They ranged across the islands of Britain, across Spain, Portugal, France, Italy, and much of Central Europe. Exactly who the Celtic tribes were, where they came from, and their relationship to one another is a subject of debate by researchers... Read more

How to Draw a Celtic Knot

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Celtic knots are decorative designs or geometric patterns that arose from Medieval Europe, especially in the island regions of Ireland and Britain. In Irish, they are called snaidhm Cheilteach, and cwlwm Celtaidd in Welsh... Read more

How to Draw a Celtic Cross

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What is a Celtic cross? It is a form of the cross used in some Christian religions that features a nimbus or halo around the middle. The Celtic cross became widespread in Ireland and Britain beginning in the ninth century... Read more

How to Draw a Pot of Gold

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In Irish mythology, small creatures called leprechauns are said to hoard pots of gold. From where does the gold come? According to Irish poet William Butler Yeats... Read more

How to Draw a Leprechaun

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Leprechauns are a legendary figure of Irish folklore, and they have been adopted as a symbol of St. Patrick's Day. By definition, they are fairies in the form... Read more

How to Draw a Shamrock

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The shamrock, also known as clover, is the national flower of Ireland. In fact, in Irish the word "shamrock" means "little clover" or "young clover." Read more