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Cadwgan [Cadwgan of Llandefai]locked

(d. 1241)
  • David Walker

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Cadwgan [Cadwgan of Llandefai] (d. 1241), Cistercian monk and bishop of Bangor, appears in chronicles written at Tewkesbury and Worcester which, drawing upon a common source, record his name as Martin. In a brief and distorted account of his career, Gerald of Wales...

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