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Dyfrig [St Dyfrig, Dubricius]locked

(supp. fl. c. 475–c. 525)
  • David E. Thornton


Dyfrig [St Dyfrig, Dubricius] (supp.fl.c. 475–c. 525), holy man and supposed bishop, was founder of the churches of Hentland and Moccas in what is now south-west Herefordshire and in the early middle ages was revered in south-east Wales for his learning and wisdom. By the twelfth century, however, he had been appropriated by the expanding see of ...

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