Urddawl Ben

British - The head of Bran. Bran's head was cut off and brought back to Britain to be buried when he was killed in his battle with Matholwch in Ireland. It continued to speak and drink in the years that elapsed before it was finally buried at Tower Hill to protect the kingdom. It was later dug up by King Arthur who felt he could defend the country himself. In some references, referred to as Urddawl Ben, Urdawl Ben, Urdawl Ben, Venerable Head, Venerable Head, 'noble head' or 'noble head'.

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