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St. Dynod Bwr "the Stout", Fawr "The Great" ap Pabo

Also Known As: "Dunaut", "Dynod", "Bwr", "Fawr", "Mawr"
Birthdate:
Death: circa 595 (76-93)
Immediate Family:

Son of Pabo Post Prydyn "Pillar of Britain" ap Athrwys, King Of The Pennines
Husband of St. Dwywai ferch Gwylog
Father of St. Aneirin ap Dynod; St. Gwarthan ap Dynod; St. Cynwyl . ap Dynod and St. Deiniol Gwyn "The Blessed" ap Dynod
Brother of Sawyl Benisel "The High-Headed" ap Pabo, of Britain; Arddyn the Wing Headed and Cerwyd . ap Pabo

Occupation: Saint, Nobleman of King Arthur
Managed by: Erin Ishimoticha
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About St. Dynod Bwr "the Stout", Fawr "The Great" ap Pabo

See Peter Bartrum, http://cadair.aber.ac.uk/dspace/bitstream/handle/2160/6516/TABLES%2... (May 5, 2018; Anne Brannen, curator)

Please see Darrell Wolcott: Harleian Ms 3859; http://www.ancientwalesstudies.org/id129.html. (Steven Ferry, March 9, 2021.)

Please see Dr. J White-Phillips and Darrell Wolcott: Elidyr Contests Rhun ap Maelgwn - the Unanswered Questions; http://www.ancientwalesstudies.org/id277.html. (Steven Ferry, June 29, 2021.)

Please see Darrell Wolcott: Foundations of 'The Men of the North' - Part 2; http://www.ancientwalesstudies.org/id279.html. (Steven Ferry, July 9, 2021.)

Please see Dr. J White-Phillips and Darrell Wolcott: Bernicia-From Doormat to Dominant in North Britain; http://www.ancientwalesstudies.org/id280.html. (Steven Ferry, July 20, 2021.)

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Dunod Fawr is a figure known from the Welsh Genealogies believed to have been a noble in the post-Roman Hen Ogledd.

Dunod was a son of Pabo Post Prydain and is believed to have succeeded his father as ruler of a small polity somewhere in what is now the North of England, possibly in Lonsdale and/or the Craven region of Yorkshire.

After the assassination of the apparent overlord of the Northern British, Urien Rheged, Dunod is said to have invaded Urien's homeland of Rheged (in the Lake District), doing battle against Urien's sons Owain mab Urien and Pascent mab Urien.

He is said to have died at the hands of the Bernician Angles in around 595 AD.

His common epithet was Bwr, meaning 'stout', though he was occasionally known as Fawr, meaning 'the great'.

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