(Jes. Coll. MS. 18) (R.W.M. II, 88). His pedigree is given in Peniarth MS 134 (142-3). As he composed an elegy on the death of Tudur Aled (c. 1526), and as another of his cywyddau is dated 1582 in one manuscript, it would appear that he lived to an advanced age; this is borne out in the elegy upon him by Siôn Tudur (Llanstephan MS 166 (89)). His work includes satirical englynion to Gruffudd Hiraethog and englynion in interchanges with Robin Clidro and Wiliam Llŷn. Edwart ap Raff was his son.
Published date: 1959
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