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Iolo Gochlocked

(fl. 1345–1397)
  • Dafydd Johnston

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Iolo Goch (fl. 1345–1397), poet, was the son of Ithel Goch (their shared epithet means ‘the Red’), and could trace his genealogy back to Hedd ab Alunog of Uwch Aled. One of his ancestors bore the title herald, which is interesting in view of the detailed knowledge of heraldry displayed in ...

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