Talk:Manaw Gododdin

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Manaw/Manawpii The river (water) merchants of the Tribe of Odenathian/Oden/Edin (God=The, Odini=tribe of Odin/Edin) also Goddeu=The Forrest[edit]

Manawpii Gododdin is the stone at the centre of the Godi and and thier mercentile base of Gaudy on the waters of Bodaria this was a Tribe who governed from a round house (Ger) and who used the rivers and waterways to trade there goods (Mann) + (Apii) —Preceding unsigned comment added by 78.144.180.67 (talk) 14:15, 20 March 2010 (UTC)