Conan Mac Morna
Conan Mac Morna
A figure in the Ossianic cycle of Irish legend, described as scoffing and deriding all that was high and noble. One day while hunting, he and other Fians entered a magnificent palace that they found empty, and began to feast. It soon became apparent, however, that the palace was enchanted, and the walls shrank to the size of a fox's hole. Conan seemed to be unaware of the danger and continued to eat, but two of the Fians pulled him off his chair, to which some of his skin stuck. A black sheepskin was placed on his back to soothe the pain. The sheepskin adhered to his back and he wore it until he died.
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