Edwyn ap Gwriad
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.
Rhodri ap Elisedd and Gruffydd ap Elisedd
| King of Gwent
Meurig ap Hywel
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