National anthem of Calbion
The Catologian hymn Calon Lân is the national anthem of Calbion since 1610 AN. The origins of the hymn date back until the early Calbain period, and the establishment of the Calbain religion. The song became highly popular among Calbain nationalists, but did not have the status of official anthem following independence. In 1598, Calbion adopted Calbion, fy Gwlad y Adra as the anthem of the South Batavian autonomous state. Following the independence war, the song became associated with the Jingdaoese, and was replaced by Calon Lân at the height of the reconstruction period, in 1610.
Nid wy'n gofyn bywyd moethus,
Pe dymunwn olud bydol,
Hwyr a bore fy nymuniad
I don't ask for a luxurious life,
If I wished for worldly wealth,
Evening and morning, my wish
The song "Calbion, fy Gwlad y Adra" was the official anthem of Calbion from 1596 until 1610. The song was written by Alun Morgan, and received official status by proclamation of King Jack I. The song never gained a lot of traction, partly because of its lack of historical roots within the Calbain community.
Wlad lle y dreigiau a duwiau yn byw.
Gwlad lle mae fy rhieni, a fy mhobl yn byw.
Gwlad y Calbain yw fy nhy
a bydd yn parhau.
Wlad brydferth yw fy nhy, a bydd yn parhau.
Land where the dragons and the gods lived.
Land where my parents and my people live.
Calbion it is my home,
and will remain that for ever.
This splendid nation is my home and will remain that for ever.