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Idwal Foel [Idwal Foel ab Anarawd]locked

(d. 942)
  • David E. Thornton

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Idwal Foel [Idwal Foel ab Anarawd] (d. 942), king of Gwynedd, was the son of Anarawd ap Rhodri Mawr (d. 916) of Gwynedd. Idwal ruled the kingdom of Gwynedd in north Wales from the death of his father in 916 until his own demise in 942. Knowledge of his reign is limited almost entirely to his relations with contemporary English rulers. It should not be assumed that ...

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P. H. Sawyer, , Royal Historical Society Guides and Handbooks (1968)
Oxford Medieval Texts
D. Whitelock, D. C. Douglas, & S. I. Tucker, eds. and trans., (1961)