Aneirin


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Aneirin

(əˈnaɪərɪn)
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(Biography) 6th century ad, Welsh poet. His Y Gododdin, preserved in The Book of Aneirin (?1250), is one of the earliest surviving Welsh poems
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The oldest existing Welsh poetry, "Y Gododdin" by Aneirin, was composed in the Welsh-speaking kingdom of Mynyddog Mwynfawr around Dineidin, now called Edinburgh, circa AD 600.
The winner of the Welsh-language Poetry Award was Aneirin Karadog with Bylchau while Caryl Lewis took the Welsh-language Fiction Award with Y Gwreiddyn.
Nest Aneirin will give a short concert at about 3pm as part of the Heritage Open Day celebration.
Moc, played by actor Aneirin Hughes, was once seen as a pillar of the society until it was revealed that he had sexually abused his own son, Gethin.
Aneirin was a dark age poet who wrote about a North Eastern battle circa AD600 involving the Angles whose territories included Teesside.
The four books are Llyfr Du Caerfyrddin, Llyfr Taliesin, Llyfr Aneirin and Llyfr Coch Hergest.
sydd wedi'i hysgrifennu gan yr Archdderwydd T James Jones, yn ail-greu blwyddyn dyngedfennol ym mywyd Gwynfor Evans, hefo''r actor Aneirin Hughes yn ei bortreadu.
Aneirin's reputation rests on a single work, Y Gododdin, considered the earliest extant Welsh work, though preserved only in a manuscript known as The Book of Aneirin, which dates from about 1250.
In the Gododdin, thought by many to be a lament for a North British force wiped out in an attack on Catterick about 600, Aneirin commemorates Cynri and Cynon and Cynrain of Aeron (perhaps the river Ayr `War Goddess', in southern Scotland), slain in battle against the Northumbrians: `They respected lawful entitlements, they stained three hundred spear-shafts (llwry) - [rather,] fifty and five hundred.
The winner of the Welsh-language Poetry Award was Aneirin Karadog, with Bylchau, while Caryl Lewis took the Welsh-language Fiction Award with Y Gwreiddyn.
The competition judges were Aneirin Karadog and Rhys Iorwerth.
Trwy gyfrwng archif o'r cyfnod, cyfranwyr perthnasol, megis Dafydd Wigley, Wyn Roberts, Meinir Ffransis a'r sylwebydd Richard Wyn Jones a darnau dramatig wedi''u cyflwyno gan Aneirin Hughes, cawn ddarlun manwl o'r cyfnod allweddol wnaeth arwain at sefydlu S4C.