One of the tales of the Ulster Cycle, see also Aided ConCulainn.

Also, the name of the statue which stands in the Dublin post office (itself the site of a major siege in Ireland's war of independence in 1916), showing the dying warrior who has tied himself to a tree to remain upright in front of his enemies, even in death. On his shoulder sits the Morrigan in her guise as a raven.

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