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Taliesin was a 6th-century Welsh poet.
Taliesin can also refer to:
- Book of Taliesin, a medieval Welsh manuscript containing poetry attributed to the bard
- Tre-Taliesin, a village in Ceredigion, Wales, near the reputed grave (Bedd Taliesin) of the poet
- Taliesin, a 1987 novel in The Pendragon Cycle by Stephen R. Lawhead
- Taliesin, a Fairlie locomotive owned by the Ffestiniog railway
- Taliesin, a character from Japanese anime and video game Tears to Tiara
- Taliesin (studio), the summer home and studio of American architect Frank Lloyd Wright in Spring Green, Wisconsin
- Taliesin West, Wright's winter home and studio in Scottsdale, Arizona
- The Book of Taliesyn, a Deep Purple album whose name was based on the Book of Taliesin manuscript
- Taliesin Junior School, a school in Shotton, Flintshire, Wales, which opened in 1972
- Taliesin Orchestra, a band that specializes in remaking famous songs into orchestra melodies
- Taliesin Jaffe, American voice actor and director
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