White raven, white crow. Welsh
In the Mabinogion, She is a central figure in being wed to the High King of Ireland and thereby encompassing the doom of both the Irish and Britons, when her brother Bran invades Ireland to rescue her from the degradation she experiences at the hands of a vengeful Court.
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- Gwyr y Gogledd? Some Icelandic Analogues to Branwen Ferch Lﬁr
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Suggested Web Resources
- Branwen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Branwen, Daughter of Llŷr is a major character in the Second Branch of the Mabinogi, which is sometimes called the Mabinogi of Branwen after her.
- Oblivion:Branwen - UESPWiki
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- Branwen is a human cleric from the Baldur's Gate computer game. She is voiced by Bernadette Sullivan.