Dubric (or Dyfrig), Archbishop of Caerleon

Dubric (or Dyfrig), archbishop of Caerleon distinguished in the story of king Alfred of Englamnd as famous for sanctity, was the grandson of Brychan, king of Brecknockshire, and appears to have been the first bishop of Llandaff, about A.D. 470, and to have died in 522. His bones were transferred in 1120 to the new cathedral on the island of Enlli or Bardsey, where they had been originally interred. His death is commemorated November 4, and his translation May 29.

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