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Bøker Bok 16 av 6Drayton, whilst not denying the existence of twenty-four daughters to Brychan, says...
" Drayton, whilst not denying the existence of twenty-four daughters to Brychan, says that they all underwent metamorphosis by becoming so many rivers. He is very probably incorporating some tradition, now lost. He says : — For Brecan was a Prince once... "
The Lives of the British Saints: The Saints of Wales and Cornwall and Such ... - Side 316
av Sabine Baring-Gould, John Fisher - 1907
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Letters written during a tour through South Wales

John Evans - 1804
...daughters, who were all saints; which Drayton in his Polyolbion works up into a poetical metamorphosis : " For Brecan was a prince once fortunate and great, Who dying, lent his name to that his noble seat; With twice twelve daughters blest by one and only wife, Who for their beauties rare and...
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Drayton, WArner

Alexander Chalmers - 1810
...almost not a bm* of Morgan? ', nor Gweat, Bui from her fruitful womb doth fetch their high descent. For Brecan, was a prince once fortunate and great, (Who dying, lent hn name to that his nobler seat) With twice twelve daughters " blest, by one and only wife : Who for...
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Archaeologia Cambrensis

1903
...pp. 1-21, 140. a document to enable us to quite dismiss the whole family as a " mythical progeny."1 Drayton, whilst not denying the existence of twenty-four...tradition, now lost. He says : — " For Brecan was a Pricce once fortunate and great (Who, dying, lent his name to that his nobler seat) With twice twelue...
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Archaeologia Cambrensis

1903
...loloMSS., p. 119. a document to enable us to quite dismiss the whole family as a " mythical progeny."1 Drayton, whilst not denying the existence of twenty-four...some tradition, now lost. He says: — "For Brecan wns a Prince once fortunate and great (Who, dying1, lent his name to that his nobler seat) With twice...
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Transactions of the Woolhope Naturalists' Field Club

1888
...not a brook of Morgany or Gwent But from her fruitful womb do fetch their high descent : For Brecon was a prince once fortunate and great, Who, dying, lent his name to that his noble seat, By thrice twelve daughters blessed by one and only wife, Who, for their beauties rare and...
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In & Around Swansea

E. E. Rowse - 1896
...a brouk of Morganwg nor Gwent, But from her fruitful womb doth fetch her high descent, For Brechan was a prince once fortunate and great, Who dying lent his name to that liis noble scat ; With twice twelve daughters blest, by one and only wife, Who for their beauties rare,...
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