9th century in Wales
This article is about the particular significance of the century 801 - 900 to Wales and its people.
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Nennius
Nennius (also known as Nemnius or Nemnivus) was a Welsh monk of the 9th century. He has traditionally been attributed with the authorship of the Historia Brittonum, based on the prologue affixed to th...
Nobis (bishop)
Nobis or Novis (Welsh: Nyfys; fl. c. 840) is traditionally considered to have been a bishop of Meneva (modern St Davids) in the medieval Welsh kingdom of Dyfed.The arrival of a bishop is noted by ...
Elfodd
Elfodd or Elfoddw (Latin: Elbodus or Elbodius; died 809) was a Welsh bishop who induced the Welsh church—after centuries of separate practice—to adopt the Roman computus for determining the date o...
Meurig ap Hywel
Meurig ap Hywel (died c. 843) was a 9th-century prince of Gwent in southeastern Wales.The Chronicle of the Princes reported that in the year AD 843 Beorhtwulf of Mercia and his brother Ithelwlf ...
Iorwerth Hirflawdd
Iorwerth Hirflawdd was an ancestor of various medieval rulers in mid Wales. His epithet means 'long trouble', but nothing is known of how he acquired it, nor otherwise of his life. Nothing is known ...