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Gwilym ap Phylip Brydydd [called y Prydydd Bychan]locked

(fl. 1222–1268)
  • J. E. Caerwyn Williams

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Gwilym ap Phylip Brydydd [called y Prydydd Bychan] (fl. 1222–1268), court poet, took his sobriquet from his occupation (prydydd, ‘poet’) and from his relation (bychan, ‘little, minor’) to his father, assumed to be Phylip Brydydd; the two are mentioned together (the son by his baptismal name, ...

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