verse beg. Prif gyuarch geluyd, pan ry leat?
- Middle Welsh
- Medieval Welsh poetry
Poem attributed to the legendary poet Taliesin.
- Prif gyuarch geluyd, pan ry leat?
(fl. 6th century)
renowned British poet, known both as a historical poet at the court of Urien and other rulers and as a more fictionalised persona of supreme status. Poems attributed to him survive in the 14th-century manuscript now known as the Book of Taliesin (NLW Peniarth 2).
- Aberystwyth, National Library of Wales, Peniarth MS 2 = Book of Taliesin (Llyfr Taliesin) [s. xiv1]f. 1r p. 3 (lines 1–12)beginning: ‘[...g]an iewyd gan elestron’The first portion is missing.
- Oxford, Jesus College, MS 111 = Red Book of Hergest (Llyfr Coch Hergest) [s. xiv-xv]col. 1054beginning: ‘Prif gyuarch geluyd pan ryleat’
- Middle Welsh
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