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What’s with this “Wren” thing?
The oldest extant version of the fable
are presenting here appeared in 1913 in the first volume of a two-volume anthology
Saxon folktales (Plattdeutsche
Volksmärchen “Low German Folktales”)
collected by Wilhelm Wisser (1843–1935). Read
first Welsh Bible published in its
final form in 1588 by Bishop
Language information: Welsh is used by about half a million people, predominantly in the British country of Wales. It is also used by communities in Canada and Argentina. Welsh is a Brythonic Celtic language and as such is most closely related to Cornish (Cornwall), Breton (France) and the now extinct Gaulish language of France. It is more distantly related to the Goidelic Celtic languages Manx, Irish Gaelic, Scottish Gaelic and Shelta.
portions of Wales, Welsh
much popularity and usage in most walks
of life, especially after the successes of recent reassertion movements.