Madog ap Bleddyn

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Seems to have shared the throne of Powys with his brother Rhiryd after the death of his father in 1075. In 1085 they launched an attack upon Rhys ap Tewdwr, ruler of Deheubarth, and drove him into exile in Ireland. He returned very quickly with Viking allies and recovered his throne, killing both brothers.

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