Cliodna, a famous druidess

A druid was, in Celtic times, a member of the learned and priestly class (bards, magistrates, scholars, scientists, teachers, sacrificers, Seers, priests, etc.).[1]

Druids were, apparently, skilled in wandmaking and, considering anything with a woody stem a tree, produced wands made of vine, a tradition that was still followed by Garrick Ollivander in the 20th century.[2]

Known druids


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