Diforc'hioù etre adstummoù "Branwen, merch Llŷr"

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[[Skeudenn:Branwen_drudwy.JPG|300px|thumb|Branwen hag an [[dred]] e lez Matholwch - skeudenn eus levr [[Charlotte Guest]], embannadur ar [[Mabinogion]] e (1877)]]
 
'''Branwen, merc'h Llŷr''', pe '''Branwen ferch Llŷr''' hervez an anv kembraek, eo anv an eil skourr eus ar [[Mabinogi]], anvet ivez ''Mabinogi Branwen''. [[Merc'h]] eo Branwen d'ar roue Llŷr ha d'e wreg [[Penarddun]], ha [[c'hoar]] eo da v-[[Bendigeidfran]], bremañ roue [[Enez Vreizh]] war-lerc'h e dad .
 
[[Merc'h]] eo Branwen d'ar roue Llŷr ha d'e wreg [[Penarddun]], ha [[c'hoar]] eo da v-[[Bendigeidfran]], bremañ roue [[Enez Vreizh]] war-lerc'h e dad . Goulennet eo bet da zimeziñ gant [[Matholwch]], roue [[Iwerzhon]]. Gant an eured-se e vo diazezet ar peoc'h etre an div bobl.
Doueez ar Garantez eo e mojennoù all.
 
==An danevell==
[[Merc'h]] eo Branwen d'ar roue Llŷr ha d'e wreg [[Penarddun]], ha [[c'hoar]] eo da v-[[Bendigeidfran]], bremañ roue [[Enez Vreizh]] war-lerc'h e dad . Goulennet eo bet da zimeziñ gant [[Matholwch]], roue [[Iwerzhon]]. Gant an eured-se e vo diazezet ar peoc'h etre an div bobl.
Ali ''Evnissyen'' ( [[Efnysien]] e kembraeg a-vremañ) n'eo ket bet goulennet, ha klask a ra kas an emglev-se da get : troc'haén a ra muzelloù , divskouarn ha lostoù kezeg an Iwerzhoniz.
 
Ar brezel hag ar preizhata eo penn-danvez an danevell. Arouez ar marv e vije ar vran a gaver en anv ar breur hag ar c'hoar.
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'''Branwen, Daughter of Llyr''' is a major character in the [[The Four Branches of the Mabinogi|Second Branch]] of the ''[[Mabinogi]]'', which is sometimes called the ''Mabinogi of Branwen'' after her. Branwen is a daughter of [[Llyr]] and [[Penarddun]] and is considered the [[Welsh mythology|Welsh]] [[goddess]] of [[love]] and [[beauty]]. She is married to the King of Ireland, but the marriage does not bring peace.
 
She is married to the King of Ireland, but the marriage does not bring peace.
 
==The Story of Branwen==
At [[Llanddeusant, Anglesey]] on the banks of the Alaw can be found the cairn called ''Bedd Branwen'', her supposed grave. Now in ruins, it still has one [[standing stone]]. It was dug up in 1800, and again in the 1960s by [[Frances Lynch]], who found several [[urns]] with human ashes. It is believed that if the story of Branwen is based on real events, these must have taken place during the [[Bedd Branwen Period]] of [[Bronze Age]] British history.
 
==Bibliography==
===Welsh text and editions===
*''Branwen Uerch Lyr''. Ed. Derick S. Thomson. Medieval and Modern Welsh Series Vol. II. Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1976. ISBN 1-85500-059-8
 
===Secondary sources===
*Ford, Patrick K. "Branwen: A Study of the Celtic Affinities," ''Studia Celtica'' '''22/23''' (1987/1988): 29-35.
 
===Adaptations===
[[Image:Branwen.jpg|thumb|right|''Branwen'' by [[Christopher Williams (Welsh artist)|Christopher Williams]] (1915)]]
In 1994 a feature film was released called ''Branwen''. [http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0109329/]
 
==See also==
*[[Medieval Welsh literature]]
*[[Christopher Williams (Welsh artist)|Christopher Williams]] painted three paintings from the Mabinogion. ''Branwen'' (1915) can be viewed at the [[Glynn Vivian Art Gallery]], Swansea.
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==Film==
[[Image:Branwen.jpg|thumb|right|''Branwen'' bygant [[Christopher Williams (Welsh artist)|Christopher Williams]] (1915)]]
In 1994 a featureUr film wasanvet released called ''Branwen''. zo bet e 1994 :[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0109329/]
 
==External linksLennadurezh==
*''Branwen Uerch Lyr''. Ed. Derick S. Thomson. Medieval and Modern Welsh Series Vol. II. Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1976. ISBN 1-85500-059-8
*[http://www.geocities.com/branwaedd/branwen.html ''Branwen uerch Llyr'': The Second Branch Of The Mabinogi] Translated by Lady Charlotte Guest
*Ford, Patrick K. "Branwen: A Study of the Celtic Affinities," ''Studia Celtica'' '''22/23''' (1987/1988): 29-35.
*[[s:cy:Branwen uerch Lyr|Branwen uerch Lyr]] The original Welsh text
==Liammoù diavaez==
*[http://www.timelessmyths.com/celtic/mabinogion.html#Branwen Goddess Branwen]
*[http://www.geocities.com/branwaedd/branwen.html ''Branwen uerch Llyr'': The Second Branch Of The Mabinogi] Translated by LadySkrid Charlotte Guest
*[http://www.medievalscotland.org/problem/names/branwen.shtml Who was Branwen?]
*[[s:cy:Branwen uerch Lyr|Branwen uerch Lyr]] TheAr originalskrid Welsh textorin
*[http://www.timelessmyths.com/celtic/mabinogion.html#Branwen Goddess Branwen an Doueez]
*[http://www.medievalscotland.org/problem/names/branwen.shtml WhoPiv e oa was Branwen?]
*[http://www.pantheon.org/articles/b/branwen.html Branwen: Encyclopedia Mythica]
 
 
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