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Gwyddno Garanhir

Gwyddno Garanhir was the supposed ruler of a sunken land off the coast of Wales, known as Cantre'r Gwaelod. He was the father of Elffin ap Gwyddno, the ...

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Legends - Cantre'r Gwaelod - Visit Snowdonia
kindom of Meirionnydd and ruled by Gwyddno Garanhir (Gwyddno ... the drowning of Cantre'r Gwaelod and all the lands of Maes Gwyddno. The day of ...
A Gazetteer of Arthurian Onomastic and Topographic Folklore
Englynion y Beddau, De Rebus Gestis Anglorum & Ymddiddan Gwyddno Garanhir ac. Gwyn fab Nudd d. De Miraculis Sanctae Mariae Laudensis.
A Bibliographic Guide to Welsh Arthurian Literature Caitlin R. Green
Ymddiddan Gwyddno Garanhir ac Gwyn fab Nudd n. Gereint fil[ius] Erbin o. The Latin Saints' Lives p.
G (PDF 798 KB) - National Library of Wales
pedigrees he appears as father or grandfather of Gwyddno Garanhir. See PP §9 ( 3), (4). In Peniarth.
Download pdf - Global Grey
Gwyddno = Gwithno, th as in breathe; Gwenhúdiw = Gwenhid-ue; Syfáddon ..... IN the beginning of the sixth century, Gwyddno Garanhir was King of Ceredigion.

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A climate poem for today: Cantre'r Gwaelod* by Gillian Clarke
1 2. Here's one I wrote on the same topic (same title) a few years ago. Garanhir Gwyddno was the tribal leader of what is now Cantre'r Gwaelod; Seithennin was supposed to be in charge of the tidal locks.
The Thirteen Legendary Treasures of Britain
Gwyddno Long-Shank was the ruler of Canolbarth, a legendary sunken land off the coast of Wales (now Cardigan Bay), who possessed a magical hamper, a wicker basket that could multiply food. Known as the 'basket of plenty', food for one man would be ...
British Storms Unbury an Ancient Welsh Forest
In another version, Cantre'r Gwaelod was ruled by a lord named Gwyddno Garanhir and protected by a seawall known as Sarn Badrig (Saint Patrick's causeway) and a series of sluice gates. Two princes of the realm oversaw the sluice gates. One of them ...
13. Hallows of Britain
Could it really have existed? Speculation over Wales' lost kingdom under the sea
Today, the kingdom is more commonly known as Cantre'r Gwaelod, ruled as part of the Kingdom of Meirionnydd by Gwyddno Garanhir (Longshanks), born circa 520AD. The land was said to be extremely fertile but depended on a dyke to protect it from the ...

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Gwyddno Garanhir - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gwyddno Garanhir was the supposed ruler of a sunken land off the coast of Wales, known as Cantre'r Gwaelod. He was the father of Elffin ap Gwyddno, the ...
Elffin ap Gwyddno - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Welsh mythology, Elffin ap Gwyddno (Welsh, also Elphin) was a son of Gwyddno Garanhir, 'Lord of Ceredigion'. The earliest example of the name occurs in ...
The Dialogue of Gwyddno Garanhir and Gwyn ap Nudd
The Dialogue of Gwyddno Garanhir and Gwyn ap Nudd The Black Book of Carmarthen XXXIII from The Four Ancient Books of Wales. BULL of conflict was he, ...
EBK: King Gwyddno Garanhir of Meirionydd
Gwyddno Garanhir, King of Meirionydd (Born c.520) (Latin: Witnus; English: Widno). King Gwyddno Long-Shanks (or occasionally Gwyddno Cornaur ...
Gwyn ap Nudd and Gwyddno Garanhir | THE WAY OF THE
Feb 8, 2015 The beginning of the Exchange Between Gwyn ap Nudd and Gwyddno Garanhir in the manuscript of The Black Book of Carmarthen An ...

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