The Four Branches of the Mabinogi is the name of a quartet of short stories written in the Middle Welsh language - generally recognised to be one of the oldest and most complete repositories of British Celtic Myth, as well as a masterpiece of medieval story-telling in its own right.

This site is a gateway for anyone wishing to find out more about the Four Branches of the Mabinogi. A page of links to relevant online resources has been developed, as well as a comprehensive bibliography of academic and general publications of interest to the student of this complex medieval work.

This site also features a full text-translation (with detailed explanatory end-notes) of the Four Branches (Pwyll, Branwen, Manawydan and Math) into modern English.

The King James Version ( KJV ), also known as the King James Bible ( KJB ) or simply the Authorized Version ( AV ), is an English translation of the Christian Bible for the Church of England , begun in 1604 and completed in 1611. [a] The books of the King James Version include the 39 books of the Old Testament , an intertestamental section containing 14 books of the Apocrypha (most of which correspond to books in the Vulgate Deuterocanon adhered to by Roman Catholics ), and the 27 books of the New Testament .

The title of the first edition of the translation, in Early Modern English , was "THE HOLY BIBLE, Conteyning the Old Teſtament, AND THE NEW: Newly Tranſlated out of the Originall tongues: & with the former Tranſlations diligently compared and reuiſed, by his Maiesties ſpeciall Comandement ". The title page carries the words "Appointed to be read in Churches", [11] and F. F. Bruce suggests it was "probably authorised by order in council" but no record of the authorisation survives "because the Privy Council registers from 1600 to 1613 were destroyed by fire in January 1618/19". [12]

The use of Authorized Version or Authorised Version , capitalized and used as a name, is found as early as 1814. [21] For some time before this, descriptive phrases such as "our present, and only publicly authorised version" (1783), [22] "our Authorised version" (1792), [23] and "the authorized version" (1801, uncapitalized) [24] are found. The Oxford English Dictionary records a usage in 1824. [25] In Britain, the 1611 translation is generally known as the "Authorised Version" today.

An individual or a computer program that renders a text into another language is called a translator . The discipline concerned with issues related to the production of translations is called translation studies . 

The Four Branches of the Mabinogi is the name of a quartet of short stories written in the Middle Welsh language - generally recognised to be one of the oldest and most complete repositories of British Celtic Myth, as well as a masterpiece of medieval story-telling in its own right.

This site is a gateway for anyone wishing to find out more about the Four Branches of the Mabinogi. A page of links to relevant online resources has been developed, as well as a comprehensive bibliography of academic and general publications of interest to the student of this complex medieval work.

This site also features a full text-translation (with detailed explanatory end-notes) of the Four Branches (Pwyll, Branwen, Manawydan and Math) into modern English.

The King James Version ( KJV ), also known as the King James Bible ( KJB ) or simply the Authorized Version ( AV ), is an English translation of the Christian Bible for the Church of England , begun in 1604 and completed in 1611. [a] The books of the King James Version include the 39 books of the Old Testament , an intertestamental section containing 14 books of the Apocrypha (most of which correspond to books in the Vulgate Deuterocanon adhered to by Roman Catholics ), and the 27 books of the New Testament .

The title of the first edition of the translation, in Early Modern English , was "THE HOLY BIBLE, Conteyning the Old Teſtament, AND THE NEW: Newly Tranſlated out of the Originall tongues: & with the former Tranſlations diligently compared and reuiſed, by his Maiesties ſpeciall Comandement ". The title page carries the words "Appointed to be read in Churches", [11] and F. F. Bruce suggests it was "probably authorised by order in council" but no record of the authorisation survives "because the Privy Council registers from 1600 to 1613 were destroyed by fire in January 1618/19". [12]

The use of Authorized Version or Authorised Version , capitalized and used as a name, is found as early as 1814. [21] For some time before this, descriptive phrases such as "our present, and only publicly authorised version" (1783), [22] "our Authorised version" (1792), [23] and "the authorized version" (1801, uncapitalized) [24] are found. The Oxford English Dictionary records a usage in 1824. [25] In Britain, the 1611 translation is generally known as the "Authorised Version" today.

The Four Branches of the Mabinogi is the name of a quartet of short stories written in the Middle Welsh language - generally recognised to be one of the oldest and most complete repositories of British Celtic Myth, as well as a masterpiece of medieval story-telling in its own right.

This site is a gateway for anyone wishing to find out more about the Four Branches of the Mabinogi. A page of links to relevant online resources has been developed, as well as a comprehensive bibliography of academic and general publications of interest to the student of this complex medieval work.

This site also features a full text-translation (with detailed explanatory end-notes) of the Four Branches (Pwyll, Branwen, Manawydan and Math) into modern English.

The King James Version ( KJV ), also known as the King James Bible ( KJB ) or simply the Authorized Version ( AV ), is an English translation of the Christian Bible for the Church of England , begun in 1604 and completed in 1611. [a] The books of the King James Version include the 39 books of the Old Testament , an intertestamental section containing 14 books of the Apocrypha (most of which correspond to books in the Vulgate Deuterocanon adhered to by Roman Catholics ), and the 27 books of the New Testament .

The title of the first edition of the translation, in Early Modern English , was "THE HOLY BIBLE, Conteyning the Old Teſtament, AND THE NEW: Newly Tranſlated out of the Originall tongues: & with the former Tranſlations diligently compared and reuiſed, by his Maiesties ſpeciall Comandement ". The title page carries the words "Appointed to be read in Churches", [11] and F. F. Bruce suggests it was "probably authorised by order in council" but no record of the authorisation survives "because the Privy Council registers from 1600 to 1613 were destroyed by fire in January 1618/19". [12]

The use of Authorized Version or Authorised Version , capitalized and used as a name, is found as early as 1814. [21] For some time before this, descriptive phrases such as "our present, and only publicly authorised version" (1783), [22] "our Authorised version" (1792), [23] and "the authorized version" (1801, uncapitalized) [24] are found. The Oxford English Dictionary records a usage in 1824. [25] In Britain, the 1611 translation is generally known as the "Authorised Version" today.

An individual or a computer program that renders a text into another language is called a translator . The discipline concerned with issues related to the production of translations is called translation studies . 

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The Four Branches of the Mabinogi is the name of a quartet of short stories written in the Middle Welsh language - generally recognised to be one of the oldest and most complete repositories of British Celtic Myth, as well as a masterpiece of medieval story-telling in its own right.

This site is a gateway for anyone wishing to find out more about the Four Branches of the Mabinogi. A page of links to relevant online resources has been developed, as well as a comprehensive bibliography of academic and general publications of interest to the student of this complex medieval work.

This site also features a full text-translation (with detailed explanatory end-notes) of the Four Branches (Pwyll, Branwen, Manawydan and Math) into modern English.

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