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Mynyddog Mwynfawrlocked

(supp. fl. 6th cent.)
  • T. M. Charles-Edwards

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Mynyddog Mwynfawr (supp.fl. 6th cent.), king in Britain, is traditionally thought to have been lord of Din Eidyn (Edinburgh) when it was the principal stronghold of the king of the Gododdin. The Gododdin were the Votadini of the Roman period (Gododdin is a later form of the name Votadini), whose territory appears to have extended from around ...

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Bede, ed. and trans. B. Colgrave & R. A. B. Mynors, OMT (1969); repr. (1991)