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Rope in Irish History

The rope has been used in a variety of ways in Ireland since the earliest times. During the Iron Age and especially during the Viking Age (800-1050 AD), the rope was used mainly for nautical purposes, such as in fishing and constructing boats. The first rope in Ireland was believed to have been made from plants and trees. Later, animal sinews, such as those from deer, were cooked and beaten until they became strong enough to be used as rope. But it wasn’t until the Vikings arrived in Ireland in the 800s AD that rope be an important part of the country’s seafaring. The Vikings were the first to bring the skills of making rope to Ireland. They made rope...

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Feeding Program 2020

Disclaimer: Feeding program credits Bran Marion clients and customers-this is not possible if not because of your support. ...As part of our "payback" "pay it forward" cause, through Bran Marion Nautical Bracelets' clients and customers, we were able to fed nearly 100 malnourished and non-readers students of LSNHS. This 2020, we are privileged to be part of the feeding program of LSNHS. This feeding is one of the school's initiative to resolve or lessen the increasing number of non-readers and the frustration level reading skill of Grade 7 enrollees. We are still lacking reading materials, cassette tape recorders lapel, microphones, computers/tablets as Bran Marion as of now is only able to support the Feeding. We would like to thank all...

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