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One of the three chief courts of medieval Wales, cited in the poem Eryr Pengwern [The Eagle of Pengwern] (9th–10th cents.). Previously identified with Shrewsbury, it is now thought to lie in Shropshire but has not been positively identified.

See Jenny Rowland, Early Welsh Saga Poetry (Cambridge, 1990);Patrick Sims-Williams, Welsh Historical Review, 17 (June 1994).

Subjects: Religion.

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