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Aug 6, 2011 Definition of Gwythyr fab Greidawl – Our online dictionary has Gwythyr fab Greidawl, Gwythur ap Greidawl [W, victor, son of scorcher].

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A Note on Aladur, Alator and Arthur - Thomas Green
A Bibliographic Guide to Welsh Arthurian Literature Thomas Green
The Excavation ofCastell, Porth Trefadog, A Coastal Promontory Fort
were the Gwely Cuhelyn ap Cadrod, Gwely Gwythur ap Cadrod and Gwely. Llywelyn ap Caswallon.
Robin Hood and the Witches

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Mélanges poétiques … autour d'Arthur
John Leland, antiquaire, 1506-1552, visitant Cadbury en 1542 (Le Camelot des légendes Arthuriennes) Une tombe pour Marc'h, une tombe pour Gwythur, une tombe pour Gugann et, grand mystère du monde, la tombe d'Arthur.

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Celtic Gods and Goddesses
GWYTHUR AP GWREIDWL, (Welsh) Opposite and rival deity of Gwyn ap Nuad.
Englynion y Beddau - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Caer Oeth Anoeth
"The grave of March, the grave of Gwythur; The grave of Gwgawn Gleddyvrudd A mystery to the world, the grave of Arthur.
King Arthur in Early Welsh Literature: Excerpts from Various Poems
There is a grave for March, a grave for Gwythur, a grave for Gwgawn Red-sword; the world's wonder a grave for Arthur. .............................................................

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