DAFYDD ap MAREDUDD ap TUDUR (fl. 1460), of Tregynon, Montgomeryshire, one of the less prolific poets of the second half of the 15th century
Name: Dafydd Ap Maredudd Ap Tudur
Area of activity: Poetry
Author: Rhiannon Francis Roberts
His compositions include eulogies of Hywel Colunwy (not of Hywel ap Siencyn), Dafydd Deuddwr, Watcyn ap Tomas ap Rhoser, and Dafydd ab Owain, abbot of Strata Marcella, and poems of a religious nature. It appears from the contents of ‘Tebic ywr byd kyngyd kaeth’ that towards the end of his life he became blind.
- Rhiannon Francis Roberts, (1923 - 1990), Aberystwyth
- Jones and Lewis, Mynegai i Farddoniaeth y Llawysgrifau (1928), 66-7;
NLW MSS 16, 1553, 13081;
Bodewryd MS. at the National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth 1;
Brogyntyn MS. at the National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth 2.
- Wikipedia Article: Dafydd ap Maredudd ap Tudur
- Wikidata: Q20732732
Published date: 1959
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