{ogham script}
THE OGHAM STONE
{photo}

- online resources / links -






For those sites that have a rating symbol next to them, there is a short description available.
Just click on the symbol to read the description, and you will have a choice of going to that page or returning to this one.
Rating Symbols:
1 to 4 notches;
4 notches = Highly Recommended!
1 notch = of at least marginal interest


OGHAMIC STUDIES :

The Book of Ballymote: The Ogam Scales 
by Dr. Barry Fell

Auraicept na N-Éces -- The Ogham Tract
Auraicept na N-Éces (The Scholar's Primer) ed. and translated by George Calder, Edinburgh, John Grant 1917

Jost Gippert's "Ogam Inscriptions" site
 -- Over a hundred photographic examples, with translation attempts

Curtis Clark's Site:
 -- Introduction
 -- Description of each ogham tree
 -- "Exploring the Origins of the Celtic Ogham"
 -- table, with trees, of different names for ogham letters

Micheal Everson's Site:
 --The Names of Ogham: complete listing of ogham name variants

-- This chart lists the character names of the Ogham alphabet
  as compiled from a number of sources.
 --downloadable Ogham Fonts:

-- The best place to check out differing styles of Ogham script...
 --"Every Ogham Thing on the Web"

"The Fabrication of 'Celtic' Astrology " by Peter Berresford-Ellis


INTRODUCTORY SITES :
The World of Celtic Art's Ogham page

French Ogham/Celtic site

"Ogham: a celtic tree language"
   -- part of the "Pooka's pulse" web site;
    includes welsh names, & associated colors, trees, and dogs(?)


Imladris' World
     -- Gaelic Language info

Pictish/ Scottish Oghams
  [from the Pictish Arts Society]

Melbrigda Ogham



DIVINATION & "BARDIC LORE" :
Voice of the Woods:
   -- an interactive site for "consulting the Ogham"
Druid Tree Lore and the Ogham - from druidry.org
A Little History of Ogham By Philip Shallcrass

The Ogham Files - by Jarrien Wolf

Grove of Dobhran
Topaz Owl's little Tree Site
   -- (includes Birch, Rowan, Oak, Willow, and Ash; as well as short ogham description)

Witchcraft, Wicca, Pagan and Occult Resources
- nothing about Ogham, but I'm assuming you're interested in this kind of thing...



BOOKS:
a review of "A Guide to Ogam" by Damian McManus
[from the Pictish Arts Society]
See also the Ogham Stone Sources page


IRISH :
Interested in the Irish language?

Names of Ireland (Irish Names)


ENCODING / UNICODE:
Ogham Standard Character Set
Micheal Everson's page of links on Standardization
James Kass' Unicode test page for Ogham


FRINGE SITES:
Edo Nyland's Ogham site
-- "translating Ogam"


DIRECTORIES / LINK PAGES:
Celtic Heart
   -- go directly to ogham description
The Ancient World Web
   -- a directory of Ancient Studies links (lists the Ogham Intro. page)


PERIPHERALLY RELEVANT:
"Sacred Sites" (?) in Concord, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
   -- the author thinks the writing on a stone she found might be Ogham...


FURTHER AFIELD / CELTIC STUDIES:

Irish Saints and Feast Days

Luminarium.org: Irish Literature, Mythology, and Drama
related Book Reviews

History of the Irish Language
   -- from http://www.irlgov.ie/iveagh/ {The Irish gov't: Dep't of Foriegn affairs}

"Prehistoric, Old and Middle Irish" 
   --A long article by Kim McCone; see section 2.6

Solas Éireann's online Irish language course

"A to Z of Ancient Ireland"
   -- A heavily biased, but none the less interesting
    collection of essays on Irish history

On the Development of Written Alphabets


Back to Ogham Stone Main Page


Content: 12/17/2002
Page Last Modified: 2008 ;
copyright rights reserved by Liberty Miller