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Breeze, Andrew






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Breeze, Andrew, “The date and politics of ‘The song of the Welsh’”, The Antiquaries Journal 88 (September, 2008): 190–197.

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“The date and politics of ‘The song of the Welsh’”
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88
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190–197
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The Latin war-poem ‘The Song of the Welsh’ poses problems of dating and origin, as also does the identity of a mysterious ‘Broinsius’ mentioned in it. Yet the last seems to be the fifth-century British hero Ambrosius Aurelianus; while the influence of bardic verse on the poem suggests it is not from thirteenth-century England, but from a Welsh school (perhaps located at St Davids) of similar date.
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