Ffernfael ap Meurig
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Not to be confused with the 8th-century king of Gwent, Ffernfael ab Idwal. For other Welsh rulers of the same name, see Ffernfael..
Ffernfael ap Meurig (Old Welsh: Fernmail map Meuric; Modern Welsh: Ffernfael ap Meurig; fl. c. 880) was a 9th-century king of Gwent in southeast Wales. He ruled jointly with his brother Brochfael.
- The History Files: Celtic Kingdoms of the British Isles. "Gwent". Accessed 12 Feb 2013.
- Charles-Edwards, T. Wales and the Britons, 350-1064, Vol. 1. Oxford Univ. Press, 2012. Accessed 12 Feb 2013.
- Todd, James H. & al. (trans.) Leabhar breathnach annso sis: the Irish version of the Historia Britonum of Nennius. Irish Archaeological Society (Dublin), 1848. Accessed 12 Feb 2013.
- Ford, David N. Early British Kingdoms. "South Welsh Royal Pedigree". Accessed 12 Feb 2013.
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