Dingad was a late 5th century Welsh saint and early Christian church founder. He is recorded in all the early 'Brychan documents' as a son of King Brychan, King of the Welsh kingdom of Brycheiniog in south-east Wales. He was patron of Church (in Llandovery) in Carmarthenshire and of Dingestow in Monmouthshire. It is, however, sometimes suggested that the latter village's titular is , so-called 'King of Brynbuga' (Usk in Monmouthshire).

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  • Dingad was a late 5th century Welsh saint and early Christian church founder. He is recorded in all the early 'Brychan documents' as a son of King Brychan, King of the Welsh kingdom of Brycheiniog in south-east Wales. He was patron of Church (in Llandovery) in Carmarthenshire and of Dingestow in Monmouthshire. It is, however, sometimes suggested that the latter village's titular is , so-called 'King of Brynbuga' (Usk in Monmouthshire). (en)
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  • Dingad was a late 5th century Welsh saint and early Christian church founder. He is recorded in all the early 'Brychan documents' as a son of King Brychan, King of the Welsh kingdom of Brycheiniog in south-east Wales. He was patron of Church (in Llandovery) in Carmarthenshire and of Dingestow in Monmouthshire. It is, however, sometimes suggested that the latter village's titular is , so-called 'King of Brynbuga' (Usk in Monmouthshire). (en)
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