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My latest article provides a little more about Welsh Faerie Mythology.
"In Arthur's day and before that, the people of South Wales regarded North Wales as preeminently the land of faerie. In the popular imagination, that distant country was the chosen abode of giants, monsters, magicians, and all the creatures of enchantment."
You can read more about Welsh Faerie Mythology from Wirt Sikes at:
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