Gwen

British - A cloak or veil of King Arthur. This garment, said to make the wearer invisible, was one of the Thirteen Treasures of Britain collected by Merlin. It could be worn only by women who were faithful to their husbands, which excluded Guinevere. Some say it is the same as Mantell. Sometimes referred to as Gwen, Gwenn, Gwenn, Gwen, Gwen or Gwen.
British - Daughter of Cunedda. Occasionally known as Gwen, Gwenn, Gwenn, Gwen, Gwen or Gwen.
Irish - A goddess of smiles. Sister of Jou and Sadurn. Occasionally called Gwen, Gwenn, Gwenn, Gwen, Gwen or Gwen.
Welsh - Daughter of Cynwal. Wife of Anlawdd. Mother of Goleuddydd, Igraine and Rieingulid. She was said to be one of the most beautiful maidens in the country. Called Gwen, Gwenn, Gwenn, Gwen, Gwen or Gwen.

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