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Series D Week 10

Series D Week 10


Your Art Class is a Young Clover


The word shamrock comes from the Irish, or Celtic word "Seamrog" which loosely means young clover. St. Patrick of Ireland used the shamrock to explain the trinity, three in one. The shamrock then became the symbol of the Irish and Celtic people. A four leaf clover is a Celtic charm for protection and used to ward off bad luck. Although the Celts are considered originally Inda-European people, the Celtic people settled in Ireland, Scottish Highlands, Isle of Man, Wales, and Brittany. The Irish, of course, still celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Nothing says St. Patrick's Day like a big young clover. 

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