The Mabinogion is a collection of pre-christian Welsh mythology, first recorded as appearing in the 13th century. Welsh mythology is inextricably linked to the Irish, with a great many linguistic variants having commonalities on both sides of the Irish sea.

The Mabinogion comes in four sections, known as branches. The Taliesin is seen fit to be present because of its otherwise close association to the themes in the Mabinogion itself.

Mabinogion – first branch

Mabinogion – second branch

Mabinogion – third branch

Mabinogion – fourth branch

The Taliesin

NEW: Mesopotamia

Explore the ancient writings of Mesopotamia, with our newly hosted texts from Sumer and Babylon. Also added are comparative studies of Sumerian and Assyrian legend in comparison to the Old Testament - all at the new Mesopotamia section.