A selection of articles related to manawydan.
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- Welsh. The Cymric equivalent to Manannan....
Deities & Heros >> Celtic, Welsh, Irish & Brittish
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- Manannán mac Lir was revered by the ancient Celts of both Ireland and Britain and survives in Welsh legend as Manawydan. It is from him that the Isle of Man is named. He is remembered in the Roe Valley through the place-name of Carraig Manáinn ...
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