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Other Sources -

Evans, A. C. 'Merlin, Tales and Verses about him', Miscellanea, N.L.W. MS 12,368E.
Wilkins, C. 'Carmarthen and Merlin the Wizard', Tales and Sketches of Wales, Cardiff 1879.
Hughes, G. M. 'Carmarthen and the Arthurian Legend', Unison A Carmarthen Magazine, vol. I, No. 2, 1935.

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