By Charles Squire
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Danann was itself on the wane. They would seem, indeed, to have come to Ireland only to prepare the way for men, who were themselves issuant, according to the universal Celtic tradition, from the same progenitor and country as the gods. I n the Other World dwelt Bile and Ith, deities of the dead. From their watch-tower they could loolr over the earth and see its various regions. Till now they had not noticed Ireland-perhaps on account of its slow and gradual growth-but Fergusson, Rzcde Stone Monuments, pp.
51 MYTHOLOGY OF ANCIENT BRITAIN Battles of Britain,' because during it the two antagonists thrice shared their forces, and that the usual 'Three' alone escaped from it, though Arthur himself is, in spite of the triadic convention, added as a fourth. So he vanishes, passing to Avilion (Avallon), and the end of the divine age is also marked by the similar departure of his associate Myrddin, or Merlin, to an island beyond the sunset, accompanied by nine bards bearing with them those wondrons talismans, the Thirteen Treasures.
2 This oreature is also mentioned in an Artliuris*~~ poem in the twelfth century Black Book of Carmarthen. 51 MYTHOLOGY OF ANCIENT BRITAIN Battles of Britain,' because during it the two antagonists thrice shared their forces, and that the usual 'Three' alone escaped from it, though Arthur himself is, in spite of the triadic convention, added as a fourth. So he vanishes, passing to Avilion (Avallon), and the end of the divine age is also marked by the similar departure of his associate Myrddin, or Merlin, to an island beyond the sunset, accompanied by nine bards bearing with them those wondrons talismans, the Thirteen Treasures.
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