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Songs about Tegid:
Gwyniad Llyn Tegid by Cor Godre'R Aran Male Voice Choir from the Album Cwlwm Aur
Gwyniad Llyn Tegid by Cor Godre'R Aran from the Album 20 of the Best from Cor Godre'r Aran
Books about Tegid:
Bala's Lake of Beauty: Story of Llyn Tegid by Ron Quenby (Apr 29, 1992)
Cadair Idris and Llyn Tegid (OS Explorer Map) by Ordnance Survey A2 Edition (2008) (0100)
Cadair Idris and Llyn Tegid (OS Explorer Map) by Ordnance Survey ( 2008 ) Paperback (0100)
Cadair Idris and Bala Lake/Llyn Tegid (OS Explorer Map Active) A2 Edition by Ordnance Survey published by Ordnance... (0100)
Cadair Idris and Llyn Tegid (Explorer Maps) OL23 (OS Explorer Map) by Ordnance Survey (May 12, 2008)
Gwaith Barddonawl Y Diweddar Barch. John Jones, M.a., Tegid (Welsh Edition) by John Jones (Mar 2, 2010)
Gwaith Barddonawl Y Diweddar Barch. John Jones, M.a., Tegid (Welsh Edition) by Jones, John published by Nabu Press... (Mar 2, 2010)
Wiki information Tegid:
Tegid Foel is the husband of Ceridwen in Welsh mythology. His name rendered into English would be "Tacitus the Bald". In folklore, Tegid Foel is associated with Llyn Tegid in Gwynedd and may have been the tutelary deity of that lake. Tegid Foel is...
Maes Tegid is a community playing field in Bala, Wales. It is currently used mostly for football matches, and is the home ground of Bala Town F.C.. The stadium holds 3,000 people, with 504 seats. The 504 Seats at Maes Tegid are leftover and Second...