Eidyn’s hill-fort (B2-34)When the noblemen came from Din Eidyn’s meadow (B1-19)fighting for the groves and mead of Eidyn (B1-21)
to attack Deira’s retinue (B2-28)the driver of the Deirans (B1-14)driver of the Deirans (B1-16)a Saxon dirk (B2-25)they gave no mercy to the Saxons (B1-7)heathen tribes of Scots and Picts (B1-5)in contention with Lloegr’s mixed hosts (B1-19)
against the descendants of Godebawg (A-15)there fell men of Deira and Bernicia (A-5)the army of Gododdin and Bernicia (A-47)
Neirin, and Taliesin and Bluchbard, and Cian, who is called Guenith Guaut, were all famous at the same time in British poetry.
Cynon son of Clydno (for Morfudd daughter of Urien);