[Spellyans] Treysy

Nicholas Williams njawilliams at gmail.com
Tue Dec 2 21:38:38 GMT 2014

On the other hand BM has some rather archaic historical references.
Casvelyn at line 2465 looks like Cassivelaunus.
Pygys at 2463 is either *Tygys for *Tegys for Tacitus or more probably Rygys < Ricatus. 
Mytern Massen at 3156 looks like Macsen Wledig < Maximus. 
These various characters date from the Roman period. 


On 2 Dec 2014, at 20:18, Linus Band <linusband at gmail.com> wrote:

> This may be a long shot, however, since there are four to five centuries between the composition of BM and the poem mentioned above and I have no idea whether Britons could be poetically referred to as starlings, and how widespread this usage would have been.

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