Tudwal Gloff (English: Tudwal the Lame or Welsh: Tudwal ap Rhodri; born c. 860) was the youngest of the four sons of Rhodri the Great. He earned his epithet 'the Lame' after being wounded in his knee at the Battle of the Conwy in 881 AD fighting alongside his brothers against the invading Mercians. After this event he seems to have pursued a career in church life.
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