ancient alphabet of the Celtic Druids found scratched on stone
markers. This is placed against a backdrop of sounds that represent characters and events of “The Mabinogi” (ISBN 0-520-03414-7). Together they become a scholarly work of metaphorical interpretation called “Incident At Arberth Mound”.
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