Celtic Wales - Gods and Heroes
goddess whose name means "silver wheel" (i.e., the moon)
a maiden of flowers created to be the wife of Lleu Llaw Gyffes
the daughter of Llyr
god who was represented by the Red Dragon, which has become the emblem of Wales
mother goddess; the Welsh equivalent of the Irish Danu
god of smiths & metalworkers
Gwynn ap Nudd
god of the Underworld
Lleu Llaw Gyffes
god who is the Welsh equivalent of the Irish Lugh
god of the sea
this son of Modron was a warrior
Math ap Mathonwy
god of sorcery
goddess whose name means "divine mother"
son of Pwyll and Rhiannon
he was the Prince of Dyfed and a hero in the Mabinogion
the wife of Pwyll
a renown bard whose name means "shining brow"
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Dictionary of Celtic Mythology
This book is a great source for information about Celtic mythology! Described as both a "who's who" and a "what's what", this reference book features entries on the important gods, heroes, and other characters from Celtic myth and legend.
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