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In Welsh mythology, Gilfaethwy was a son of the goddess Dôn and brother of Gwydion and Arianrhod in the Fourth Branch of the Mabinogi. His uncle Math ap Mathonwy, king of Gwynedd, must keep his feet in the lap of a young virgin at all times unless he is going to war. Gilfaethwy lusts after Math's current foot holder, Goewin, so to get her alone he and Gwydion steal pigs from Pryderi, king of Dyfed, sparking a conflict between the neighboring kingdoms. While his uncle is off fighting, Gilfaethwy sneaks back to Gwynedd and has his way with Goewin. Math is furious when he discovers this, and punishes his nephews by transforming them into a series of paired animals using his great skill in magic. For a year Gilfaethwy becomes a hind deer and Gwydion a stag; they mate and produce an offspring which is delivered to Math. Next Math makes Gilfaethwy a boar and Gwydion a sow; when they return a year later with a son he makes them wolves. After the third year he relieves them of their punishment and makes them human again. Gilfaethwy is a minor character in Welsh legend, and may have been used in the Fourth Branch simply to advance the story of his more illustrious brother Gwydion. References Jeffrey Gantz (translator, introduction), The Mabinogion, Penguin Books, London, 1976. v · d · eCeltic mythology series Welsh mythology Texts and tales Four Branches of the Mabinogi Pwyll Pendefig Dyfed • Branwen ferch Llŷr • Manawydan fab Llŷr • Math fab Mathonwy Arthurian Culhwch ac Olwen • Preiddeu Annwfn • Iarlles y Ffynnon • Geraint ac Enid • Peredur fab Efrog • Breuddwyd Rhonabwy • Gereint filius Erbin Other Ystoria Taliesin  • Cad Goddeu  • Trioedd Ynys Prydain  • Breuddwyd Macsen • Englynion y Beddau • Giant tales • Cyfranc Lludd a Llefelys Characters Afaon fab Taliesin • Amaethon • Arawn • Arianrhod • Arthur • Afallach • Beli Mawr • Bleiddwn • Blodeuwedd • Bedwyr  • Bendigeidfran • Branwen • Cai  • Caswallawn • Ceridwen • Cyledr Wyllt  • Cigfa • Creiddylad • Culhwch • Cyhyraeth • Dôn • Drudwas • Dylan ail Don • Dywel fab Erbin • Edern ap Nudd • Efnysien • Elen • Elffin ap Gwyddno • Eliwlod • Eufydd • Euroswydd • Geraint • Gilfaethwy • Glewlwyd Gafaelfawr • Goewin • Gofannon • Goreu fab Custennin • Gronw Pebr • Gwawl • Gwern • Gwrhyr  • Gwyddno Garanhir • Gwydion • Gwyn ap Nudd • Gwythyr • Gwalchmei • Hafgan • Hefeydd • Hueil mab Caw • Hychddwn • Hyddwn • Iddog ap Mynio • Idris  • Llefelys • Lleu • Llŷr • Lludd • Llwyd • Mabon • Madoc ap Uthyr • Macsen Wledig • Mallt-y-Nos • Manawydan • Math • Matholwch • Menw • Modron • Morfydd • Morfran • Nisien • Olwen • Penarddun • Penpingion • Peredur • Pryderi • Pwyll • Rhiannon • Sanddef • Seithenyn • Taliesin • Tegid Foel • Teyrnon • Ysbaddaden Animals and creatures Adar Llwch Gwin • Adar Rhiannon • Afanc • Cafall • Ceffyl Dŵr • Cewri • Coblynau • Coraniaid • Cŵn Annwn • Cyhyraeth • Dreigiau • Gwyllgi • Gwyllion • Llamhigyn y Dŵr • Morgens • Plentyn Newid • Pwca • Twrch Trwyth • Tylwyth Teg Locations Annwn • Cornwall (Celliwig) • Caer Sidi • Cantre'r Gwaelod • Dyfed (Arberth, Gwales) • Gwynedd (Aberffraw, Arfon, Ardudwy, Caer Dathyl) • Ireland • London (Ludgate) Miscellaneous Caledfwlch • Cauldron of rebirth • Llech Ronw • Thirteen Treasures of the Island of Britain ]