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Y Gododdin

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  1. Gododdin, should I breathe this breath for thee, Let crowded courts appraise my bombast bold, Weaving the words of Dwywai’s dashing son, Whose single song, a poet's privilege, ‘Midst vanquish’d places manifests itself, For since this saint-like awesome soul was slain Since soil was swept across Aneirin Poetry has parted from Gododdin, & as no soldier marches without arms No bard without this poem .
  2. Y Gododdin. Celtic Historic Literature by Aneirin, translation by Joseph Clancy 1. Man's mettle, youth's years, courage for combat: Swift thick-maned stallions beneath a fine stripling's thighs, Broad lightweight buckler on a slim steed's crupper, Glittering blue blades, gold-bordered garments. Never will there be bitterness between us.
  3. Editions for Y Gododdin: (Hardcover published in ), X (Hardcover published in ), (Hardcover published in ), ( Cited by: 5.
  4. Interpretation. Y Gododdin is not a narrative poem but a series of elegies for heroes who died in a battle whose history would have been familiar to the original listeners. The context of the poem has to be worked out from the text itself. There have been various interpretations of the events recorded in the tralrafoonututakemeloletsovi.coinfo 19th-century Welsh scholar Thomas Stephens identified the Gododdin with the.
  5. The 13th Century Book of Aneirin has been completely digitized and placed online. This is one of the four major Welsh mss. mostly known because it contains the text of Y Goddodin, an epic poem retelling the historic battle of Catraeth wherein Men from Manaw Gododdin, near Edinburgh, fought the Saxons at Catraeth (modern day Catterick, North Yorkshire) around the year AD.
  6. Y Gododdin. I Gredyf gwr oed gwas Gwrhyt am dias Meirch mwth myngvras A dan vordwyt megyrwas Ysgwyt ysgauyn lledan Ar bedrein mein vuan Kledyuawr glas glan Ethy eur aphan Ny bi ef a vi Cas e rof a thi Gwell gwneif a thi Ar wawt dy uoli Kynt y waet elawr Nogyt y neithyawr Kynt y vwyt y vrein Noc y argyurein Ku kyueillt ewein Kwl y uot a dan vrein Marth ym pa vro.
  7. Y Gododdin (pronounced [ə ɡɔˈdɔðɪn]) is a medieval Welsh poem consisting of a series of elegies to the men of the Britonnic kingdom of Gododdin and its allies who, according to the conventional interpretation, died fighting the Angles of Deira and Bernicia at a place named Catraeth in ca. AD It is traditionally ascribed to the bard Aneirin, and survives only in one manuscript Ascribed to: Aneirin.
  8. Apr 22,  · The Gododdin tells the tale of warriors plus followers from 'Y Hen Ogledd' (the old north) who rode south from Din Eidyn (Edinburgh) sometime before AD after a .

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