Welsh mythology, the remnants of the mythology of the pre Britons, has come to our days in various ways medieval Welsh manuscripts such as the Red Book of Hergest, the White Paper of Rhydderch, the Book of Aneirin and the Book of Taliesin.
The stories in prose of the White and Red Books are known as the Mabinogion, a title given by its first translator (Lady Charlotte Guest), and also used by the following translators. The poems as Goddeu Cad (The Battle of the Trees) and mnemonic technique as lists texts and Welsh Triads Thirteen Treasures of the Island of Britain, also home to mythological material. These texts also contain the earliest forms of the legend of Arthur and the traditional history of Britain Postromana.
The sources are the compilation of the ninth century Latin historical Britonum History (The History of the British) and the Latin chronicle of the twelfth century by Geoffrey of Monmouth Historia Regum Britanniae (The History of British Kings) and the subsequent popular tradition Wales as The Book of Fairies by W. Jenkyn Thomas (1908).
Dragons, Gods & Spirits from Chinese Mythology by Tao Sanders (Hardcover – Jan 1, 1987)