DAFYDD GOCH BRYDYDD o FUALLT, a poet, evidently from the Builth district, and living towards the end of the 16th century

Name: Dafydd Goch Brydydd O Fuallt
Gender: Male
Occupation: poet
Area of activity: Poetry
Author: Ray Looker

Among his extant poems are those written to Sir John Salusbury (NLW MS 6495D and NLW MS 6496C ), Sir John Wynn of Gwydir (Cardiff MS. 83), and Gruffydd Fychan of Cors y Gedol (Llanstephan MS 118 ). It is also possible that he is the ' Dafydd Goch ' whose poetry is to be found in the following manuscripts: Llanstephan MS 38 , Llanstephan MS 49 , Llanstephan MS 118 , Llanstephan MS 125 , Llanstephan MS 133 , Llanstephan MS 134 , Merthyr Tydfil MS., and Mostyn 145.


Published date: 1959

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