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Annwn

land of joy and beauty without disease or death. [Welsh Lit.: Mabinogion]
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In the story of Pwyll he is identified as Annwn, King of the Celtic Hades.
Sources of information include the writings of the historian Gildas (c540), a poem entitled Gododin (c600), the work of the historian Nennius (c800), the Annales Cambriae (c955), The Spoils of Annwn (10th century), and the very important Mabinogion, a collection of tales that includes Kulhwch and Olwen, perhaps the earliest, full - fledged Arthurian romance.
Roedd yna gred fod anifeiliaid oedd a'r gallu i groesi rhwng y byd hwn ac Annwn yn wyn neu'n llwyd.
Un damcaniaeth yw eu bod wedi eu codi i rwystro llongau-ofod Annwn rhag glanio yno.
He unites the two warring kingdoms of Annwn and is renowned for capturing the heart of the beautiful Rhiannon.
His first volume of poetry, O Annwn i Geltia, won the poetry category at the Book of the Year Awards in 2013 and he has just published a new volume of poems, Bylchau.
Aneirin Karadog / Eurig Salisbury - St David's Hall, Cardiff, April 12 at 3pm The Children's Poet Laureate of Wales (Bardd Plant Cymru) Aneirin Karadog's first collection of poetry, O Annwn i Geltia (Barddas) was shortlisted for Wales Book of the Year in 2013, and the multilingual and multitalented Aneirin is known to TV viewers and music fans.
Barddoniaeth: Trydar Mewn Trawiadau, Llion Jones; O Annwn i Geltia, Aneirin Karadog a Parlwr Bach, Eigra Lewis Roberts.
Earlier this year Catrin released album Annwn, with her own electro-modern arrangements of traditional Welsh music, and she will be performing tracks at her latest shows.
The other category winners were performance poet Aneirin Karadog for his first collection O Annwn i Geltia (poetry) and Manon Steffan Ros for her novel, Blasu (fiction).