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Rhys Goch Eryrilocked

(fl. 1385–1448)
  • Dafydd Johnston

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Rhys Goch Eryri (fl. 1385–1448), poet, was the son of Dafydd ab Ieuan Llwyd. According to tradition, his home was Hafod Garegog near Beddgelert; his name means Rhys the Red of Snowdonia. He was a bardic pupil of Gruffudd Llwyd, and is named by him as a promising young poet in his ...

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