Gutun Owain was closely associated with the Cistercian abbey of Valle Crucis where he was the principal scribe of the S text of Brenhinoedd y Saeson preserved in the Black Book of Basingwerk, and where he may have been responsible for the continuation of that chronicle from 1333 to its end in 1461.
- Dumville, D. N. (2005), Brenhinoedd y Saeson, The Kings of the English, A.D. 682–954: Texts P, R, S in Parallel, University of Aberdeen
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