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Taliesin, or, The bards and Druids of Britain

a translation of the remains of the earliest Welsh bards, and an examination of the bardic mysteries

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This edition was published in by J.R. Smith in London.

Written in English

344 pages

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Taliesin, or, The bards and Druids of Britain

a translation of the remains of the earliest Welsh bards, and an examination of the bardic mysteries

First published in 1858



Taliesin, or, The bards and Druids of Britain

a translation of the remains of the earliest Welsh bards, and an examination of the bardic mysteries

This edition was published in by J.R. Smith in London.


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.
The translations are accompanied by "the originals as they are found in the Myvyrian archæology."--Cf. Pref.

Other Titles
Taliesin., Bards and Druids of Britain.

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Library of Congress
PR8920 .N3

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xii, 344 p. ;
Number of pages
344

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OL6623358M
Internet Archive
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LC Control Number
20004861
OCLC/WorldCat
5359638

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