Dywel fab Erbin
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Dywel fab Erbin is a minor character and warrior of Welsh tradition, the son of Erbin and the brother of Geraint and Ermid. Alongside his brothers, he is named in the early Arthurian tale Culhwch ac Olwen as a knight of Arthur's court at Celliwig.
- Again and again, in great throngs they came,
- There came Bran and Melgan to meet me.
- At the last, they slew Dyel,
- The son of Erbin, with all his men.
- The Grave of Dywel, the son of Erbin, is in the plain of Caewaw
- He would not be a vassal to a king;
- Blameless, he would not shrink from battle.
- A. O. Jarman (gol.), Llyfr Du Caerfyrddin (Cardiff, 1982)
- eto (gol.), Ymddiddan Myrddin a Thaliesin (Cardiff, 1951)
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