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Tom
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Taliesin of Wales

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Somehow found myself delving into the historical background and came across
several things, one of which is this:

https://d.lib.rochester.edu/camelot/theme/taliesin

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Post by SDR »

Two items derived at first glance from that page: Taliesin as poet, which would have appealed to Wright-the-architect/poet, and "Taliesinic" as an attribute, perhaps to be used today as an alternative to Wrightian ?

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Post by Roderick Grant »

Years ago, there was a child actor, popular on TV, whose first name was Taliesin. I don't remember what his last name was.

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Roderick Grant wrote:Years ago, there was a child actor, popular on TV, whose first name was Taliesin. I don't remember what his last name was.
https://www.google.com/search?q=Taliesi ... e&ie=UTF-8

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Post by SDR »

And, https://www.thefamouspeople.com/profile ... -44596.php

Nothing about the origin of his name, though . . .

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SDR wrote:And, https://www.thefamouspeople.com/profile ... -44596.php

Nothing about the origin of his name, though . . .S
This is rather chaotic .. (from Twitter), but it couldn't be helped:


Caety@caetywithac·Dec 18, 2016 Seeing the Christmas Revels & guess who I find in the program? You've been holding out on us, @executivegoth. 2220

This ... In a brown box:

20: The Birth of Taliesin:

The Book of Taliesin is one of the most famous of Middle Welsh manuscripts, dating from the first half of the 14th Century. Taliesin was a Dark Ages poet from around the 6th Century who is sometimes conflated with:

Kevin Carr, Susan Rode Morris, Narrators
The Town Teens and the Caerphilly Children


Taliesin Jaffe@executivegothReplying to @caetywith:
This is in fact the origin of my name :-)10:12 PM · Dec 18, 2016·Twitter for iPhone14 Likes

Caety@caetywithac·Dec 18, 2016Replying to @executivegoth
Shut up! You can polymorph??? 4

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