- The Mabinogion: Wales' monsters and mythical beasts
- "I know where you are going," a woman tells heroic Peredur as he journeys through mythical Wales, "you are going to fight the (lake) monster.
- Medieval merriment in store as boar festival returns to Ammanford
- AMMANFORD is gearing up for the second annual Twrch Trwyth Festival, which will once again celebrate the area's connection with one of the Mabinogion's most famous tales. In the tale of Culhwch and Olwen, the Twrch Trwyth, a mythical wild boar, was ...
- The Thirteen Legendary Treasures of Britain
- These precious relics are mentioned in 15 th and 16 th century manuscripts, such as the Welsh Arthurian tale of 'Culhwch and Olwen'. The Thirteen Treasures are said to have been located in the north of the British Isles, i.e.
- A List: Knights of the Round Table
- Now I won't for a moment entertain the idea that there was a Round Table, or that Arthur's knights followed the rules of a twelfth-century feminist instead of a fifth-century code of honor. On the other hand, Arthur did exist and he had to have warriors.
- Happy Month of “Yes You May”!
- It was also in this date that Gwythyr and Gwynn ap Nudd fight every year for “until the day of doom” for the hand of Creiddylad in “Culhwch ac Olwen” in the Mabinogion. Many Neo-Pagans today associate Beltane with the marriage of the Oak King to the ...
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