Diforc'hioù etre adstummoù "Rhys ap Gruffudd"

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[[Image:RhysapG.png|thumb|right|280px|Rhys ap Gruffydd, priñs Deheubarth, ''roue ar Vrezhoned'']]
'''Rhys ap Gruffudd''' (1132 – [[28 a viz Ebrel]] 1197) a oa ur priñs kembreat a renas e [[Deheubarth]] adal 1155 betek e varv, hag a stourmas a-enep an [[Normaned]] ha [[Herri II]], roue [[Bro-Saoz]]. Mab e oa da [[Gruffydd ap Rhys]], ha mab-bihan da [[Rhys ap Tewdwr]],
roue Deheubarth, a oa bet lazhet en [[Aberhonddu]] e 1093 gant [[Bernard de Neufmarche]].
 
Priñs Kembre ha [[Roue ar Vrezhoned]] a zo bet graet anezhañ e dihelloù zo.
 
Anavet eo evel ''Yr Arglwydd Rhys'' (an aotrou Rhys), met marteze eo un anv a voe roet goude e varv<ref>Turvey pp. 91–2</ref> , ha breur e oa d'ar briñsez [[Nest ferch Rhys]].
Goude marv [[Owain Gwynedd]], [[roue Gwynedd]] e 1170 e oa ar galloudusañ priñs a oa e Kembre; goude e varv e voe aloubet ar pep brasañ eus e rouantelezh gant an Normaned.
 
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|caption =Effigy of Rhys ap Gruffydd at [[St. Davids Cathedral]]
|reign =1155-1197
|date of death =28 April 1197
 
He usually used the title "Prince of [[Deheubarth]]" or "Prince of South Wales", but two documents have been preserved in which he uses the title "[[Prince of Wales]]" or "[[King of the Britons|Prince of the Welsh]]".<ref>In a charter concerning a grant to Chertsey Abbey he uses ''princeps Wall[ie]'' while a charter dated 1184 concerning Strata Florida Abbey uses ''Walliar[um] princeps''. See Pryce pp. 96–7, 168–9, 171–4</ref> Rhys was one of the most successful and powerful [[Wales|Welsh]] princes, and after the death of [[Owain Gwynedd]] of [[Kingdom of Gwynedd|Gwynedd]] in 1170 was the dominant power in Wales.
in [[Welsh language|Welsh]] ''Yr Arglwydd Rhys'', but this title may not have been used in his lifetime.<ref>Turvey pp. 91–2</ref>
He usually used the title "Prince of [[Deheubarth]]" or "Prince of South Wales", but two documents have been preserved in which he uses the title "[[Prince of Wales]]" or "[[King of the Britons|Prince of the Welsh]]".<ref>In a charter concerning a grant to Chertsey Abbey he uses ''princeps Wall[ie]'' while a charter dated 1184 concerning Strata Florida Abbey uses ''Walliar[um] princeps''. See Pryce pp. 96–7, 168–9, 171–4</ref> Rhys was one of the most successful and powerful [[Wales|Welsh]] princes, and after the death of [[Owain Gwynedd]] of [[Kingdom of Gwynedd|Gwynedd]] in 1170 was the dominant power in Wales.
 
Rhys's grandfather, [[Rhys ap Tewdwr]], was king of Deheubarth, and was killed at [[Brecon]] in 1093 by [[Bernard de Neufmarche]].
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