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Cebystr Clydno Eiddin


Cebystr Clydno Eiddin is one of the Thirteen Treasures of the Island of Britain, also known as The Halter of Clydno Eiddin (or Eiddyn). The halter was "fixed to a staple at the foot of his bed" and any horse he wished for would appear in the halter.

The complete list of Treasures:

Car Morgan Mwynfawr
Cauldron of Dyrnwch
Cebystr Clydno Eiddin
Coat of Padarn
Dyrnwyn
Gren a desgyl Rhygenydd Ysgolhaig
Gwyddbwyll Gwenddoleu ap Ceidio
Hogalen Tudwal Tudclyd
Knife of Llawfrodedd
Mantle of Arthur
Mantle of Tegau Eurfron
Mwys Gwyddno Garanir
Ring of Eluned
The Horn of Bran the Niggard

You might have noticed that there are 14 treasures in the list. The Mantle of Tegau Eurfron and the Ring of Eluned were later added to the list, and the Crock and Dish of Rhygenydd the Cleric were combined into a single treasure which makes fourteen.

Mythology, Welsh


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