Sadyrnfyw

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Sadyrnfyw or Sadwrnfen the Generous (Welsh: Sadyrnfyw Hael; Welsh LatinSuturnius;[1] died c. 831) was a bishop of Meneva (modern St. David's) in medieval Wales.

His death is mentioned in the undated sections of the Annals of Wales. Phillimore's reconstruction of the dating places the entry in AD 831.[2] The Chronicle of the Princes places it in 830.[3]

References

  1. ^ Davies, John. "The Archbishopric of St Davids and the Bishops of Clas Cyndir". from St David of Wales: Cult, Church, and Nation. Accessed 12 Feb 2013.
  2. ^ Harleian MS. 3859. Op. cit. Phillimore, Egerton. Y Cymmrodor 9 (1888), pp. 141–83. (in Latin)
  3. ^ "References to Eclipses in Ancient Welsh Manuscripts: The History of Astronomy in Wales". Accessed 12 Feb 2013.


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