MORUS ap DAFYDD ab IFAN ab EINION
who apparently took his name from the
). He received his poetic licence at the
, but the grade in which he graduated is unknown. Few details are known concerning his life, but it is suggested that he had a close connection with
. Apparently restricting his bardic itineraries to
, he addressed poems to members of most of the landed families, including those of
. He also composed poetry (cywyddau and englynion) on various other themes including religious poems, satires, poems addressed to a maiden, one to his own wife, poems in reply to others by
, one on
town and another on
. His will, in the form of a poem, expressed the poet's desire to be buried at
, and, from the elegies composed to him by
, it is evident that his wish was granted.
, ‘Gweithiau Barddonol Morus Dwyfech’ (University of Wales thesis,
, in N.L.W.).
Ray Looker, (Mrs Ray Morgan), Cardiff / Rhymni