LLYWELYN BRYDYDD HODDNANT (fl. c. 1300-1350), poet
Name: Llywelyn Brydydd Hoddnant
Area of activity: Poetry
Author: Ray Looker
Iolo Morganwg connected him with Glamorgan, but the fact is that there are rivers in Radnorshire and Pembrokeshire called Hoddnant, in addition to that near Llantwit Major in Glamorgan. Two examples of his work are preserved in the Hendregadredd MS. and some other MSS., these being two awdlau addressed to Ieuan ap Gruffudd Foel of the Aeron valley in Cardiganshire.
- Jones and Lewis, Mynegai i Farddoniaeth y Llawysgrifau (1928);
NLW MSS 5274, 6680 (Llawysgrif Hendregadredd (N.L.W. MS. 6680B));
The Myvyrian Archaiology of Wales, 1870, 277-8;
- G. J. Williams, Traddodiad Llenyddol Morgannwg (1948);
- J. Davies, Antiquæ linguæ Britannicæ et linguæ Latinæ, dictionarium duplex (1632);
Enwogion Cymru. A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Welshmen (1852);
- William Owen Pughe, The Cambrian Biography (1803).
- Wikidata: Q13129795
Published date: 1959
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