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Published: 2013-01-15T16:00:00+00:00

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THE BRITISH GODS AND THEIR STORIES

CHAPTER XVI

THE GODS OF THE BRITONS

 

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Celtic Myth and Legend (Celtic, Irish) by Squire Charles

Author:Squire, Charles [Squire, Charles] , Date: June 6, 2019

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Author:Squire, Charles [Squire, Charles]

Language: eng

Format: azw

ISBN: 9780486122090

Publisher: Dover Publications

Published: 2013-01-15T16:00:00+00:00
THE BRITISH GODS AND THEIR STORIES

CHAPTER XVI

THE GODS OF THE BRITONS

The descriptions and the stories of the British gods have hardly come down to us in so ample or so compact a form as those of the deities of the Gaels, as they are preserved in the Irish and Scottish manuscripts. They have also suffered far more from the sophistications of the euhemerist. Only in the “ Four Branches of the Mabinogi” do the gods of the Britons appear in anything like their real character of supernatural beings, masters of magic, and untrammelled by the limitations which hedge in mortals. Apart from those four fragments of mythology, and from a very few scattered references in the early Welsh poems, one must search for them under strange disguises. Some masquerade as kings in Geoffrey of Monmouth’s more than apocryphal Historia Britonum. Others have received an undeserved canonization, which must be stripped from them before they can be seen in their true colours. Others, again, were adopted by the Norman-French romancers, and turned into the champions of chivalry now known as Arthur’s Knights of the Round Table. But, however disguised, their real nature can still be discerned. The Gaels and the Britons were but two branches of one race—the Celtic. In many of the gods of the Britons we shall recognize, with names alike and attributes the same, the familiar features of the Gaelic Tuatha Dé Danann.

The British gods are sometimes described as divided into three families—the “ Children of Dôn”, the “ Children of Nudd ”, and the “ Children of Llyr ”. But these three families are really only two; for Nudd, or Lludd, as he is variously called, is himself described as a son of Beli, who was the husband of the goddess Dôn, There can be no doubt that Dôn herself is the same divine personage as Danu, the mother of the Tuatha Dé Danann, and that Beli is the British equivalent of the Gaelic Bilé, the universal Dis Pater who sent out the first Gaels from Hades to take possession of Ireland. With the other family, the “ Children of Llyr”, we are equally on familiar ground; for the British Llyr can be none other than the Gaelic sea-god Lêr. These two families or tribes are usually regarded as in opposition, and their struggles seem to symbolize in British myth that same conflict between the powers of heaven, light, and life and of the sea, darkness, and death which are shadowed in Gaelic mythology in the battles between the Tuatha Dé Danann and the Fomors.

For the children of Don were certainly gods of the sky. Their names are writ large in heaven. The glittering W which we call “ Cassiopeia’s Chair” was to our British ancestors Llys Dôn, or “Dôn’s Court ”; our “ Northern Crown was Caer Arianrod, the ”Castle of Arianrod”, Dôn’s daughter; while the “Milky Way” was the “Castle of Gwydion”, Dôn’s son.276 More than this, the greatest of her children, the Nudd or

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