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Haycock, Marged [ed. and tr.], Legendary poems from the Book of Taliesin, Aberystwyth: CMCS Publications, 2007.

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Legendary poems from the Book of Taliesin
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Aberystwyth
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CMCS Publications
Year
2007
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Book of Taliesin scribeBook of Taliesin scribe
(fl. first half of the 14th century)
An anonymous scribe whose hand, designated ‘X86’ by Daniel Huws, has been identified in five Welsh manuscripts, of which the Book of Taliesin (Peniarth 2) may be the best known. Others are Peniarth 6 part 4 (Gereint), NLW MS 3036B (Brut y brenhinedd), and BL Cotton Cleopatra MS A xiv and Harley MS 4353 (both containing copies of the Cyfnerth recension of Cyfraith Hywel). It is not possible to pinpoint any particular monastic house with certainty, but he seems to have been active in the general area of southeast- or mid-Wales.
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Hugh Myles [of Evenjobb]Myles (Hugh) ... of Evenjobb
(fl. 16th century)
Son of historian John Myles of Harpton / Tre’rdelyn (Radnorshire) and one-time owner of the Book of Taliesin.
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Texts, with introduction, translation and notes
[1] “Prif gyuarch geluyd”
[2] “Buarth beird”
[3] “Aduwyneu Taliessin”
[4] “Angar kyfundawt”
[5] “Kat godeu”
Texts: Kat godeu
[6] “Mabgyfreu Taliessin”
[7] “Mydwyf merweryd”
[8] “Golychaf-i gulwyd”
[9] “Kadeir Teÿrnon”
[10] “Kadeir Kerrituen”
[11] “Kanu y gwynt”
[12] “Kanu y med”
Texts: Kanu y med
[13] “Kanu y cwrwf”
[14] “Teithi etmygant”
[15] “Torrit anuynudawl ‘Canu y meirch’”
[16] “Y gofeisswys byt (Alexander 1)”
[17] “Anryuedodeu Allyxander (Alexander 2)”
[18] “Preideu Annwfyn”
[19] “Marwnat Ercwl
[20] “Madawc drut”
[21] “Marwnat Corroi m. Dayry”
[22] “Marwnat Dylan eil Ton”
[23] “‘Cunedaf’ (Marwnad Cunedda)”
[24] “Marwnat Vthyr Pendragon”
[25] “Kanu y byt mawr”
[26] “Kanu y byt bychan”
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Dennis Groenewegen
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