Pan Narrans 11 months ago I watch too many cartoons with my 8 year old; I see a giant fart Peter Bear 11 months ago This thing scared the ever-living heebiejeebies out of me the first time I read about it. MJ 11 months ago Can you add some background info to these? Gary Sansom 11 months ago Shroud fair? MJ 11 months ago I bet no one will eat these frogs' legs Daria B 11 months ago edited The one from the flag. Peter Bear 11 months ago I know this one. MJ 11 months ago This looks like my cat, when I wake her up unexpectedly Hiruya 11 months ago This one reminds me of pictures from slavic mythical creatures I know.
Susann Campbell 11 months ago They will eat everything except the buttons off your shirt. Uwe Vitz 10 months ago Very good. Add New Image. Change image Upload Photo Ooops!
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Upload Edit Image. Facebook Add watermark. Change Source Title. Get the latest inspiring stories via our awesome iOS app! Download Bored Panda app! What do you think? Freya the Wanderer 11 months ago Beautiful pictures. Enuya 11 months ago I agree. Amanda Ford 11 months ago I would love to learn more about these creatures! Kerrie 11 months ago This book looks amazing, and I love that it is preserving the cultural heritage of Wales. Collette J Ellis Post author 11 months ago Thank you Charles Williams 9 months ago Where can you buy the book?
Subscribe to our top stories Subscribe. Like us on Facebook for more stories like this:. The gold near the surface was exploited by open-cast working and the deeper ore was reached underground by galleries. The galleries were drained by a timber water-wheel, part of which can be seen in the National Museum in Cardiff. Underground coal mining began in Wales over years ago. In South Wales, Friday is associated with bad luck. Miners refuse to start any new work on a Friday and pit-men always stayed away from the mines on Good Friday throughout Wales.
In at Morfa Colliery near Port Talbot, a sweet rose-like perfume was noted. On March 10th half the miners on the morning shift stayed at home.
Later that day there was an explosion at the colliery and 87 miners were buried alive and subsequently perished in the disaster. A robin, pigeon and dove seen flying around the pit head foretold of disaster.
Many precautions against bad luck were taken. The women-folk also tried to banish any bad luck.datividemo.tk
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In the past, superstitions were rife in all the coal mining communities and were always heeded! Beautiful pictures. Accompanying descriptions of these critters would have been a nice addition. I agree. While people from Wales may know something about those monsters, for most people from other countries they are totally unfamiliar.
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I am from Poland and I know almost nothing about Welsh mithology. Your illustrations look very interesting and I want to know more - of cours, I can Google it and I will , but descriptions would be very helpful. I would love to learn more about these creatures!
I'm sure others would as well who are too lazy to Google.
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