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Iorwerth ab Owainlocked

(d. 1175x84)
  • David Crouch

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Iorwerth ab Owain (d. 1175x84), prince in Wales, lord of Caerleon, succeeded the king, his elder brother Morgan ab Owain, on Morgan's violent death in 1158. There is no indication that Iorwerth ever used the royal style, derived from their grandfather, Caradog ap Gruffudd (d. 1081)...

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Chancery records (Record Commission)
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National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth
(1891–)