Dafydd Glyn Jones
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Dafydd Glyn Jones (born 1941) is a Welsh scholar and lexicographer, born in the village of Carmel, Gwynedd. He is a specialist in Middle Welsh prose, and his other interests include Welsh history, Robert Jones, Rhoslan, and the life and work of Emrys ap Iwan.
He spent many years as a lecturer and senior lecturer in Welsh Language and Literature at the University of Wales, Bangor. With his co-editor Bruce Griffiths he edited the Welsh Academy English-Welsh Dictionary (Geiriadur yr Academi). He retired from the University in 2000.
Dafydd Glyn Jones has written a number of articles on subjects connected with Welsh literature and history, e.g.
- Drych yr Amseroedd (The Mirror of the Times) (1987)
- Gwlad y Brutiau (The Land of the Chronicles)) (1990)
- Cyfrinach Ynys Brydain (The Mystery of the Island of Britain) (BBC Wales Annual Lecture, 1992)
A collection of his writings on Welsh history is published in: