Brythonic Deities

In this selection of writing about the Brythonic deities you will find a combination of research and personal insights and encounters. This page covers Brythonic gods and goddesses who are known from Romano-British archaeology and texts and/or from medieval Welsh literature, and mythical figures who might be seen as ancestral guides.

Afagddu

Afagddu, Prophet of Darkness

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Anrhuna

Lady of the Marsh
Discovering Anrhuna

Mother of the Marsh I

Belisama

Belisama

The Ribble

Brigantia

Brigantia Stone

Brigantia Stone

Ceridwen

The Vision of Ceridwen

A star-forming region in the Large Magellanic Cloud Wikipedia Commons

Creiddylad

The Favour of Creiddylad, May Queen and Queen of Annwn

Hawthorn

Gwenddydd

Gwenddydd: The Dreamer at the End of the World

Coille Coire Chuilc

Gwyn ap Nudd

Own page HERE

Manawydan

The Wizard of the Waves

Quiz on walkway, Martin Mere

Maponos

Maponos

Sun in the Ribble

Matrona

Lund-in-the-Mist and Altar to the Mothers

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Myrddin

The Ghost of Myrddin Wyllt

Blog 6. Coille Coire Chuilc

Nodens

What Ails You, Father? The Rain of Nodens
Nodens and the Serpents of the Deep
Nodens and the Weather Shapers

Plate XIII Bathurst

Orddu

The Last Witch of Pennant Gofid
Orddu, the Very Black Witch

Taliesin

The Stellar Origins of Taliesin

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