Tri Thressor ar Dhek Inis Breden

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1. Durnwinn, cledhiv Redherch Hael. Oy tenne gur-da i-houn, ev enninne im flammow dhiamm i dhurn behit i vlen. A foap a arche ano ey cahe, ag in’edrip er tew hunnedh ey gommedhent. A mal hunn ey gelwit Redherch Hael.

2. Moos Gwidhno Garranhir. E gossodit boot er oun gur indhy, a chehit boot er cant nur indhy gant i h’agor.

3. Corn Bran Calet o’r Gogledh. Nep diot a bouchit du gahel indho a gehit indho.

4. Carr Morgant Moonvoar. Od ae gur indho, ev pouche du vot in nep le a aidh-ev enoyth en ebroodh.

5. Cebistir Cludno Edin, a gulme in stapul wurth droet i wely. Nep march a bouche amdano ay cahe in er cebistir.

6. Culhtell Lovrodedh Marchok, a wenie du bedwar gur ar hougent in esset war vordh.

7. Per Jurnok Cawr. Pe gossodit cik er gur luwrol indho du verwi, ne berwe echweth. Ag o gossodit cik er gur glew indho e berwe en ebroodh (a mal hunn oo gohanent er glewyon a’r luwryon).

8. Ogloon Toudwal Touglout. O lemmhae gur glew i gledhiv warny, e tranke nep din a dhinowe-ev i woyt. Ag o lemmhae gur luwrol warny, ned woeth aidh i eskar.

9. Peys Padarn Peysroudh. Os gwiske gur-da aidh cummes dudho, ag os gwiske carl ned ae amdano.

10. ag 11. Tunn a disk Regenidh Skolheik. Nep boot a bouchit du gahel indhou a gehit indhou.

12. Gwidhbooll Gwendholow map Cedyo. O gossodit er dinyon, oo gwarént gant ow-houn. Awrin aidh er bordh ag arrant aidh er dinyon.

13. Lenn Arthour. Wodany nay gwele nebot eythir ev gwele poap.

About

The Tri Thlws Ar Ddeg Ynys Brydain ‘Thirteen Treasures of the Isle of Britain’ is a mid-15th century Welsh text listing 13 (or in some cases 15) magical objects belonging to characters of legend and literature, mostly associated with the Old North. The objects and the stories associated with them formed part of the bardic tradition of Wales at this time but the earliest text says that the treasures a oedd yny gogledd ‘were in the North’ and it may be that the legends themselves originated here. There are references to some of the objects in earlier texts and similar items occur in Irish literature, so the stories must have predated the earliest list.