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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.
David Annwn asked women poets about their perception of Bunting.
Their Welsh counterparts were red-eyed Gwyllgi, the Dog of Darkness, and Cwn Annwn, the Dogs of Hell.
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.
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.
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.
Roedd yna gred fod anifeiliaid oedd a'r gallu i groesi rhwng y byd hwn ac Annwn yn wyn neu'n llwyd.
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.
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.