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Aasir ancient anglicized Anglo-Saxon Arthur ballad bard battle became bishop Bran Bran the Blessed Brennus Breton Britain Brittany Cæsar called Caradwg century Ceridwen Chalmers chief Christian name church Congal Cosmo Innes Cymric Danish daughter Davies death descended Diarmaid divine Domesday Domesday Book Earl England English Erse father favourite feminine Finn Fionn France Frank French Freyr Gadhaelic Gael Gaelic Gaul Gawain Geoffrey Geoffrey of Monmouth German Giolla Gothic Goths Greek hero Highland honour Ireland Irish Irish name Isle Italian Keltic Kelts king knight lady Landnama-bok Latin legend likewise Mabinogion Macpherson married meaning Munch myth namesakes Norman North northern O'Donovan Odin origin Ossianic Peredur perhaps Picts poem prince probably queen race reigned Roman Rome Saxon Scotland Scots Scottish SECTION stone story supposed surname Taliessin Teutonic thence tongues tradition translated Triads tribe Ulster Villemarqué Wales warrior Welsh whence wife word
Page 225 - Ne'er again his likeness see; Long her strains in sorrow steep, Strains of immortality! Horror covers all the heath, Clouds of carnage blot the sun: Sisters! weave the web of death: Sisters! cease; the work is done.