a Welsh Puritan preacher, poet and prose writer. Morgan Llwyd came to prominence during Oliver Cromwell's rule, and wrote about the psychology of spiritual experience. His most influential book was Llyfr y Tri Aderyn ("The Book of the Three Birds") in 1653. This is in the form of a dialogue between an eagle (representing secular authority, particularly Cromwell); a dove (representing the Puritans); and a raven (representing the Anglican establishment). Morgan Llwyd is credited with being the first Nonconformist minister in Wrexham. He died there and is buried in the Dissenters' Burial Ground in Rhosddu, Wrexham.
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