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  • Branwen - Wikipedia

    Branwen, Daughter of Llŷr is a major character in the Second Branch of the Mabinogi, which is sometimes called the "Mabinogi of Branwen" after her.

  • Branwen ferch Llŷr - Wikipediaŷr

    Branwen ferch Llŷr; "Branwen, daughter of Llŷr" is a legendary tale from medieval Welsh literature and the second of the four branches of the Mabinogi.

  • Branwen | Baldur's Gate Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia

    Branwen is a true neutral human cleric of Tempus and a potential companion in Baldur's Gate and the Tales of the Sword Coast. Branwen is available from Baldur's Gate ...

  • The Tragic Tale of Welsh Goddess Branwen and her Death by ...

    Branwen is an ancient Goddess from Wales. She is also a major character of the famous book Mabinogi (Mabinogion).

  • Branwen, Welsh Goddess of Love and Beauty

    Branwen, Goddess of Love and Beauty, daughter of Penardim and Llyr, sister of Bran the Blessed, King over all the Island of the Mighty, was loved by her people for ...

  • Meaning, origin and history of the name Branwen

    The meaning, origin and history of the name Branwen.

  • Branwen | Queen's Blade Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia

    “Ugh, command me as you wish… A-are you satisfied now?” Branwen is a “Dragon Descendant,” one of the most noble and rare beings in the Continent, also known ...

  • Branwen - Name Meaning, What does Branwen mean?

    Thinking of names? Complete 2018 information on the meaning of Branwen, its origin, history, pronunciation, popularity, variants and more as a baby girl name.

  • Branwen - Granblue Fantasy Wiki

    Black tears tumble from these strange, sorrowful eyes into a huge kettle. When that kettle overflows with anguish, a grotesque, writhing horde spills out of it ...

  • Film - Branwen - Into Film

    Synopsis. A thought-provoking dramatic update of the Welsh myth of Branwen the Goddess of Ireland and Wales, who marries the King of Ireland to bring the two ...

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