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  • 1831–1917
  • d. 1963
  • 1552–1637
English physician and teacher, who undertook a number of translations into England, including that of William Camden’s Britannia.
  • 15th century
Scottish cleric associated with Archibald Douglas, earl of Moray, and author of the early Scots verse fable The booke of the howlat.
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  • fl. 1098–1140
  • Regensburg?
Honorius Augustodunensis is a medieval theologian and author, active between ca. 1190 and ca. 1140. He is also referred to as Honorius Inclusus or Honorius of Autun. He has written several works, including the Speculum ecclesiae, the Elucidarium, and the Imago mundi. Two of his works (the Elucidarium and the Imago mundi) have been translated into Middle Welsh.
Welsh society based in London, which was founded in 1715 and had ceased to be active by the end of the same century.

(Welsh: Anrhydeddus Gymdeithas y Cymmrodorion), a learned society founded in 1751 by a group of Welshmen in London and re-formed in 1820 and 1873.

  • fl. 1337–1408
  • Glamorgan
Welsh nobleman and patron.

Hopkyn ap Thomas See: Hopcyn ap Tomas ab Einion

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