Llunwerth II

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Llunwerth or Llwmbert (fl. c. AD 873) was a bishop of Meneva (modern St. David's) in medieval Wales.

The Annals of Wales and Plumber name him as the direct successor to Bishop Nobis,[1][2] while the diocese itself places him at a remove of eight successors.[3] He is recorded in the Book of Llandaf as a contemporary of Tewdwr ab Elisedd, king of Brycheiniog.[2]

The Annals of Wales record him serving for an improbable 65 years.[1]

He is sometimes known as Llunwerth II to distinguish him from an earlier bishop of the same name.

References

  1. ^ a b Annals of Wales (B text), p. 10.
  2. ^ a b Plumber, Charles. The Life and Time of Alfred the Great. 1902. Accessed 18 Feb 2013.
  3. ^ St. David's Cathedral. "Past Bishops & Deans". Accessed 18 Feb 2013.


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