Edwyn ap Gwriad

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Edwyn ap Gwraid was a Welsh king of Gwent from 1015 to 1045. He was imprisoned and blinded by his successor, Meurig ap Hywel, the son of Hywel ab Owain. The Anglo-Saxon name "Edwyn" along with Gwent's proximity to the English marches seems to imply some degree of relationship with early English rulers of the time.

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Regnal titles
Preceded by
Rhodri ap Elisedd and Gruffydd ap Elisedd
King of Gwent
1015–1045
Succeeded by
Meurig ap Hywel