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He hailed from Aberdaron. His patrons included the families of Bodeon, Bodfel, Cochwillan, Glynllifon, and Gwydir. He was also one of the poets who wrote an elegy on the death of Tudur Aled. According to Pen. MS. 122 (122) he was buried at Nevin, though other sources state that he was buried at Llanegwad, Carmarthenshire. A selection of his work was published by Myrddin Fardd in Cynfeirdd Lleyn.
Published date: 1959
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