MAB Y CLOCHYDDYN (fl. c. 1380), a poet

Name: Mab Y Clochyddyn
Pseudonym: Mab Y Clochyddyn
Gender: Male
Occupation: poet
Area of activity: Poetry
Author: Ray Looker

He is reputed to have been a native of Llanafan-fawr, Brecknock. Two examples of his work are found in the 'Red Book of Hergest' and a number of other manuscripts. They are an elegy to Gwenhwyfar, daughter of Madog and wife of Hywel ap Tudur ap Gruffudd of Anglesey, and two englynion.


Published date: 1959

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