early 6th cent.
He is described as the son of
Cedig ap Ceredig ap Cunedda Wledig
, and is associated, as ‘
,’ with the cantref of the name in
. Here are two of his churches, viz.
; the third is
valley of the Ystwyth
. An inscription of
‘Hic iacet sanctus
; from this it has been inferred that he
ruled over a diocese
hereabouts, but in his age the title indicated rank and not a sphere of authority. His day is
16 (or 17) Oct.
; and his name is derived from the
The Lives of the British Saints
, i, 114-5.
Sir John Edward Lloyd, D.Litt., F.B.A., F.S.A. (1861-1947), Bangor