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Wiliam Llŷnlocked

  • A. Cynfael Lake


Wiliam Llŷn (1534/5–1580), Welsh-language poet, may have hailed from Llŷn in Caernarvonshire: the name adopted by Wiliam, and by his brother and fellow poet Huw Llŷn, and references by contemporary poets, support this supposition. In spite of several conjectures—one links Wiliam with the ...

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