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On Aneurin her heart had been set, in him was all her pride.
By far the longest and the most famous poem of this series is attributed to Aneurin.
Not so interesting poetically but more important historically is the next of the Welsh bards, Aneurin, who wrote the 'Gododin.'
It was indeed her own Aneurin, but with a face on which vice and its consequent degradation were written indelibly.
Llywarch Hen, Aneurin, and followers of the Druids, are our men; and nature our rule.