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|Classification=Subject:Welsh Latin literature
 
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|AgentCategory=King Arthur;Id:Merlin
 
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|ShortDescription=Welsh Latin poem<br>
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|ShortDescription=Latin poem in which the Welsh (<em>Cambrenses</em>), the Cornish (<em>Cornubenses</em>) and fellow Britons (<em>Britones</em>) are encouraged to take inspiration from Arthur and make a stand against the Saxons. In doing so, the poem refers to May 1 (St David's feast-day), Merlin (<em>Mellinus</em>), the story of Arthur and the giant Frollo, a certain ‘Broinsius’, Constantine and Brennius, and Richard, king of England.<br>
 
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