Gwaith Dafydd Ap Gwilym NotesThis series of ten englynion employs a formula repeated incrementally in the first and last line of each stanza as a means of listing Ifor's virtues. The qualities praised are those of the ideal nobleman, including generosity, bravery, wisdom, humility, pedigree and beauty. 1. Nudd Ond of the 'Three Generous Ones', and thus a pattern of generosity, see TYP3 . . .3. Afarwy son of Lludd ap Beli in Brut y Brenhinedd, see TYP3 . . . and cf. CBT I, 17.40. 16. Ofydd The Latin poet Ovid is generally referred to as an authority in the field of love poetry, see 95.1n etc. 37. Ffwg Fulk fitz Waryn, lord of Whittington in Shropshire, who was an outlaw during the reign of King John and became the hero of the Anglo-Norman romance Fouke le fitz Waryn (ed. C. A. Robson et al., Oxford, 1975). Cf. GIG III.41, XXXIII.50.