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Sunday 30 August 2020

Welsh Myths and legendary creatures - The Dormarth

 Heaven's Gate, courtesy of Hubble telescope

Hi everyone, I hope you're still staying safe and well. Back to mythical Welsh creatures this week - have you heard of the Dormarth?

The Dormarth (sometimes called the dormarch) was a hound belonging to Gwynn ap Nudd, who was the ruler of Annwn, a sort of Welsh mythical heaven. This legendary hound had two front legs and then its body narrowed, ending  in three fish like tails. Gwynn was responsible for escorting the souls of the dead slain in the 'Wild Hunt', from the battlefield, to the gates of Heaven, and was helped in his search for them by the Dormarth. 

Unfortunately I couldn't find a picture I liked of the Dormarth, so I thought I'd show you this beautiful picture of the 'Heaven's Gate' instead. (Courtesy of the Hubble telescope.)


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