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The Black Book of Carmarthen translation available online: specific poems connected to the legend of Arthur---- "The Dialogue of Myrddin and Taliesin" , "The Apple Trees", "Listen, Piglet", "Gereint son of Erbin (Battle of Llongborth)" "The Stanzas of the Graves (mentions Arthur's grave but says that its location is not known)"

the morrigan A fierce warrior herself, Morrigan is goddess of death in battle, slaughter, and strife. She protects the innocent, and brings justice to those who have done wrong. She can take on several forms, including that of a bat, that of a crow and that of Macha Badb – the embodiment of frenzy.Nemain the maiden

OGHAM The Celtic Tree Calendar. The Ash Tree. Also known as the goddess tree. Symbol for those born from Feb.18-Mar.17

Trees in Celtic Mythology: Trees were hugely significant to the ancient Celts. They believed different kinds of trees served different mystical purposes that helped them through their lives.

TALIESIN......Name Variants: Taliessin, Talyessin, Teliesin, Talgesin, Thelgesinus Taliesin "of the shining brow" is a mytho-historical character generally associated with early Wales and North Western Britain in the 6 th century AD. He is a figure belonging to both history, as an important Old Welsh court poet, and to mythology, as a magician and seer in both Celtic and Arthurian legend.