RHYS PENNARDD (fl. c. 1480), a poet

Name: Rhys Pennardd
Gender: Male
Occupation: a poet
Area of activity: Poetry
Author: Ray Looker

it is said that he lived either at Conway or at Clynnog, Caernarfonshire, and that he was buried at Llandrillo, Meironnydd. A number of his poems remain in manuscript, including cywyddau addressed to Elisau ap Gruffudd ab Einion of Plas yn Iâl, Gruffudd Fychan ap Hywel ap Madog, and Rhys ap Hywel ap Madog of Talhenbont, Hywel Ddu of Anglesey and his wife Mallt, and also to William, constable of Aberystwyth. Llywelyn ap Gutun wrote a satirical poem addressed to Rhys and the two poets Hywel ap Rheinallt and Lewis Môn.


Published date: 1959

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