COMPARATIVE TABLE OF DIVINITIES WITH SIMILAR NAMES IN IRELAND, BRITAIN, AND GAUL.
Italics denote names found in Inscriptions.
IRELAND. BRITAIN. GAUL.
Anu Anna (?) Anoniredi, “chariot of Anu”
Beli, Belinus Belenos
Brigit Brigantia Brigindu
Bron Bran Brennus (?)
Cumal Camulos Camulos
Lug Llew or Lleu (?) Lugus, Lugores
Mabon, Maponos Maponos
Mider Medros (?)
Modron Matrona (?)
Nuada Nodons, Nudd
Hael, Lludd (?)
Totatis, Tutatis Teutates
 The text of the Mabinogion has been edited by Rh[^y]s and Evans, 1887, and it has been translated into English by Lady Guest, and more critically, into French, by Loth. Many of the Triads will be found in Loth’s second volume. For the poetry see Skene, Four Ancient Books of Wales.
 These incidents are found mainly in the story of Branwen, e.g. those of the cauldron, a frequent accessory in Irish tales; the regeneration of the warriors, also found in the story of Mag-tured, though no cauldron is used; the red-hot house, occurring also in Mesca Ulad; the description of Bran paralleled by that of MacCecht.