IEUAN LLWYD BRYDYDD (fl. c. 1460-1490), a poet

Name: Ieuan Llwyd Brydydd
Gender: Male
Occupation: poet
Area of activity: Poetry
Author: Ray Looker

some examples of whose work remain in manuscript. These include an elegiac cywydd to Ifan ap Tudur ap Gruffudd Llwyd of Henllan parish, Denbighshire, a cywydd to Hywel Coetmor, and a 'blind man's cywydd.' His work is found in the following manuscripts: Brogyntyn MS 2; NLW MS 552B , NLW MS 644B , NLW MS 6471B , NLW MS 6495D , NLW MS 6681B , NLW MS 9166B ; Wynnstay MS. 1. According to Cymru (O.J.) this poet was buried in Llanuwchllyn, Meironnydd.


Published date: 1959

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