Arthur ap Huw
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Arthur ap Huw (fl. 1555–1570), also known as Arthur Hughes, was a clergyman, patron of Welsh poets, and a translator of religious literature into Welsh.
He was a grandson of Hywel ap Siencyn ab Iorwerth (d. 1494) of Ynysymaengwyn and was vicar of St Cadfan's Church in Tywyn between 1555 and his death in 1570. He was a notable patron of Welsh poets.〔Fychan, Cledwyn. 1979. Canu i wŷr eglwysig gorllewin Sir Ddinbych. ''Transactions of the Denbighshire Historical Society'', 28, p. 120.〕 He is also known for his translation into Welsh of George Marshall's counter-Reformation text ''A Compendious Treatise in Metre'' (1554).〔Bowen, Geraint. 1956. (Arthur ap Huw ). ''National Library of Wales Journal'', 9.3, p. 376.〕
His nephew was David Johns (sometimes known as Dafydd Johns, David Jones or David ap John, ''fl.'' 1572-98), another important figure in the Welsh Renaissance.
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