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Marius Emeurig Cyllin ap Caradog, King of Britain

Nicknames: "Meric", "Cyllin", "Marius", "Emeurig", "Meurig", "Y-Veurig", "of Britain", "ab Arfyrag", "of Siluria", "of Britons", "Meurig ap GWYRYDD; King of SILURIA", "Marius=romanization of Meurig=in Celtic Y-Veurig", "Marius Cyllin of Britain", "Cyllin of Siluria", "King of Britain", "King o..."
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Birthplace: Britain
Death: Died in Britain
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Son of Arvirargus Gweirdd ap Cunobelin, King of the Catuvellauni and Genuissa, Queen of Siluria
Husband of Penardun and Julia of the Iceni
Father of Coilus . ap Marius, King of Britain; Eigen ferch Marius; Ystdrawl Catuvellauni; Owain Eurgen ap Marius Cyllin, King of Wales and Eurgain (Fictional)
Brother of Eurgen of Siluria ap Caradog, Princess Of Britain; Saint Claudia; Linus Lleyn "The Martyr" ap Caradoc, Pope, 1st Bishop of Rome and Guid Gen ap Caradog

Occupation: rKing of Siluria, MERIC, ABT 0099 - ?, King of Britain (87), Rules (possibly the Silures) in Wales c74-c125, King of Britian in 74, Saint Cylin roi des Silures ca 59, King, aka Meurig ap GWYRYDD; King of SILURIA, Kung, Cyllan of Britain, Saint
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About Marius Emeurig Cyllin ap Caradog, King of Britain

Alternative Birth Dates: 10/10/44, c. 99, 65, 30

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siluria

Meric (Marius) reigned 74-125 A.D.

Marius (Mayric) came next, and ruled from ca AD 57-97. Inheriting the crown from his father, Marius enjoyed friendly relations with Rome. During his reign, he defeated and killed Soderic, king of the Picts, in a great battle. The present county of Westmorland was so named in Marius' honour because of the battle, and Marius accordingly had an inscribed stone set up in the county commemorating his victory.

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Marius of Britain

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Marius (Welsh: Mayric[citation needed]) was a legendary king of the Britons during the time of the Roman occupation of Britain, as recounted in Geoffrey of Monmouth's pseudohistorical Historia Regum Britanniae. He was the son of King Arvirargus and ruled following his father's death.

According to Geoffrey, he ruled wisely in the time when the Picts first came to Britain. A fleet of ships under the leadership of Sodric came from Scythia and landed in Albany. Once there, they began to destroy the lands and Marius was forced to react. Following numerous battles, Marius killed Sodric and set up a stone there to remember that triumph. In addition, that land became known as Westmorland after him. In respect for the people he defeated, he gave them a small portion of Albany called Caithness to live in. Marius refused, however, to give them women to marry so the Picts fled to Ireland and took wives there.

Marius established close ties with Rome and good diplomacy through tribute and respect of the Roman citizens in Britain. He followed the laws of his ancestors and ruled the justly. When he died, he was succeeded by his son, Coilus.

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B: 60, 80, 97

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Taken prisoner to Rome in chains

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Taken prisoner to Rome in chains

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Taken prisoner to Rome in chains

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Taken prisoner to Rome in chains

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Cyllin Prince of Britain (Catuvellauni tribe)

Died : Taken prisoner to Rome in chains

Father Caratacus King of Britain (Cantii tribe)

Mother

Marriage ?

Children - - Dght. Princess of Britain (Catuvellauni tribe)

Forrás / Source:

http://www.american-pictures.com/genealogy/persons/per08610.htm#0

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Meric (Marius) reigned 74-125 A.D.

Marius (Mayric) came next, and ruled from ca AD 57-97. Inheriting the crown from his father, Marius enjoyed friendly relations with Rome. During his reign, he defeated and killed Soderic, king of the Picts, in a great battle. The present county of Westmorland was so named in Marius' honour because of the battle, and Marius accordingly had an inscribed stone set up in the county commemorating his victory.

http://www.revelationwebsite.co.uk/index1/after/ch5.htm -------------------- Reference: http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=rwfurtaw&id=I9617&ti=5538 -------------------- Kung Marius av Britannien

Blev ca 60 år.

Far: Kung Gweirydd (Aviragus) av Britannien (15 - 74)

Mor: Drottning Genvissa (Venessa Julia) av Romarriket (- 50)

Född: omkring 65

Död: omkring 125

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Familj med Prinsessa Julia av Icenierna (85 - )

Barn:

Coel "old king Coel" (Coilus) av Britannien (85 - 170)

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Noteringar

Regerade Silurerna i Wales ca 74-ca 125

 

-------------------- King of Britain --------------------

View Tree for King Cyllin of BritainKing Cyllin of Britain (d. date unknown) King Cyllin of Britain (son of King Caradoc of Siluria) was born in Britain, and died date unknown.

Includes NotesNotes for King Cyllin of Britain:

Born: about 99 AD

St. Cyllin: King of Silurua, was sainted by the early church of Britain. "He first of the Cymry gave infants names, for before names were not given except to adults, and then from something characteristic in their bodies, minds, or manners." His brother Linus the Martyr, his sister Claudia and her husband RufusPudens aided the Apostle Paul in the Christian Church in Rome as recorded in II Timothy 4:21 and Romans 16:13 (Rufus Pudens and St. Paul are shown to be half-brothers, with the same mother but different fathers. "His mother and mine." She thus appears to have been the mother of an elder son, Paulm by a Hebrew husband, and a younger son, Rufus, by a second marriage with a Roman Christian)

Children of King Cyllin of Britain are:

  1. +King Coel of Britain, b. 125, Britain, d. 170, Britain.

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/k/a/y/Laura-Kay/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0217.html -------------------- Coellyn ap Caradog King of Wales (celt myth)

Father Caradog ap Bran King of Wales (celt myth)

Mother

Marriage ?

Children Abt. 100 - Owain ap Beli King of Wales (celt myth)

Forrás / Source:

http://www.american-pictures.com/genealogy/persons/per08969.htm#0

-------------------- Noteringar

Regerade Silurerna i Wales ca 74-ca 125

-------------------- King Meurig of Britain was King between 74 and 125.

He was also called Meric of the Trinovantes, or Marius. He "ioyd his dayes in great tranquillity."

Meurig erected a monumental stone in memory of a victory over the Picts before 125 at Stanmere, in England.

See "My Lines"

( http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cousin/html/p268.htm#i10319 )

from Compiler: R. B. Stewart, Evans, GA

( http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cousin/html/index.htm ) -------------------- His ancestry is provided elsewhere in this tree...

Meric's father was Arviragus Gweirydd ap Cynefelyn and his mother was Genuissa Claudia of Rome. His paternal grandparents were King of the Britons Cunobeln and Anna (The Prophetess); his maternal grandparents were Tiberius Claudius Drusus Nero Germanicus and Julia Agrippa Minor of Rome. He had a sister named Boadicea. He was the younger of the two children. -------------------- 1054394096013764. Meric "Marius" King Of Britain,1601,1746 son of King Arviragus BRITAIN and Queen Of Brittany Venus Julia (Venissa) ROMAN EMPIRE, was born in , , , Great Britain and died in 125 in , , , Great Britain.

General Notes: Marius died A.D. 125. His remarkably long ancestry has bee n preservedin the ancient Welsh records.

Meric married Princess ICENIAN 1601 in <, , , Great Britain>. Princess ICENIAN was born in , , Great Britain and died in Y.

Children from this marriage were:

527197048006882 i. King Colchestr Colius II Ap Cadfan of COLCHESTER (born before 232 in , , Colchester, Great Britain - died in , , , Great Britain)

                    ii.  Princess Eurgen BRITAIN was born in 120 in , , , Great Britain and died in Y.

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mgholler/Caden/a50.htm#i547458960 -------------------- BIRTH: Abt 30 A.D. in Powys, Wales (Britain)

DEATH: Abt 125 A.D.

FATHER: Avarigus ap CUNOBELINAS-'CYMBELINE' - Abt 10 A.D. on Isle of Avalon

MOTHER: Genuissa 'Vanessa' ap Tiberius Claudius DRUSUS NERO of Rome - Abt 10 A.D. in (Lugundum) Lyons, (Gaul)France

MARRIAGE: 15 Dec 74 - Penarden 'Julia Victoria' verch BRAN/PRASUTAGUS

BIRTH: Abt 0040 A.D. in Montgomeryshire, Powys, Wales (Britain)

CHILD:

1. Croilus Coel ap MARIUS-MERIC - Abt 80 A.D. in Montgomeryshire, Powys, Wales (Britain)

Marius (Mayric) ruled inheriting the crown from his father, Marius enjoyed friendly relations with Rome. During his reign, he defeated and killed Soderic, king of the Picts, in a great battle. The present county of Westmorland was so named in Marius' honour because of the battle, and Marius accordingly had an inscribed stone set up in the county commemorating his victory.

SOURCE:

HISTORY OF EARLY BRITISH KINGS:

http://www.ldolphin.org/cooper/ch5.html -------------------- Cyllin of Britain, born Abt 0099, Of Britain

Coel "Old King Coel" (Coilus, Coel Hen) King of Britain, born 0125, Of Britain, died 0170. One account claims this man was born 60 AD and lived to the age of 110 years.

Two other conflicting accounts of Old King Coel I and old King Coel II. According to the Tompsett genealogy, King Arthur was a great-great-grandson of King Coel, through Coel's daughter Gwawl, grand-daughter Gwen, and great-grand-daughter Eigr

Fiacha Srabhteine, born Abt 235, died about 0285, M: Abt 260

Aiofe, daughter of Old King Coel, born Abt 240

Murdeach Tireach, born Abt 261, died Abt 0326

Muiron, born Abt 266

Eochy Moyvone, born Abt 287, died Abt 0357

Inne, born Abt 291

Niall Mor ("Niall Of The Nine Hostages"), born Abt 311, died Abt 0378

Foghan Owen, born Abt 337, died Abt 0405

Muredach, born Abt 363

Marca, born Abt 368

Fergus Mor Mac, born Abt 389 :

MorMacErc, Fergus, of Dalriada, King of Scots, died (killed) in 501

This is as far back as the Thompsett genealogy goes. Tompsett does not list a genealogy which includes "Old King Coel" Donart, born Abt 415, died 0505 :

macFergusso, Domangart of Dalriada 'Réti', King of Scots

Fedelmia, born < 0331

Gabhran, born Abt 446 :

(alternate) macDomangairt, Gabhran of Argyll, King of Scots, died about 559

The oldest records of relationship of British Royalty apparently come from two written documents, the Prose Edda

-------------------- Reference: http://familytrees.genopro.com/318186/jarleslekt/default.htm?page=toc_families.htm -------------------- Birth: in abt 70 AD at Siluria, Wales

Note biographical and/or anecdotal:

   King of Siluria, was sainted by the early Church of Britain. "He first of the Cymry gave infants names, for before names were not given except to adults, and then from something characteristic in their bodies, minds, or manners." His brother Linus the Martyr, his sister Claudia and her husband Rufus Pudens aided the Apostle Paul in the Christian Church in Rome, as recorded in II Timothy 4:21 and Romans 16:13 (Rufus Pudens and St. Paul are shown to be half-brothers, with the same mother but different fathers. "His mother and mine." She thus appears to have been the mother of an elder son, Paul, by a Hebrew husband, and a younger son, Rufus, by a second marriage with a Roman Christian.)

-------------------- King Coel Hen "Old King Coel" Of The BRITAINS

94 - 170

COEL Legendary ruler identified by Geoffrey of Monmouth. He was the son of MARIUS and was raised, and probably educated, in Rome. This means he would have been taken there at the time the British chieftains ARVIRAGUS and CARATACUS were captured by Claudius in 51, when he was probably a young boy, and would have returned with his father (and grandfather) around 60 or soon after. On these assumptions Coel, who respected and honoured the Romans, paying his taxes when due, may have lived to the turn of the first century. He was succeeded by his son LUCIUS. It is interesting to speculate whether this Coel is Geoffrey's version of COGIDUBNUS who was highly rewarded by the Romans. He is not the same as "Old King Cole" who was a post-Roman ruler...

http://www.angelfire.com/mi2/luskfamily/L076CadfanFamily/cadfaninfoL76.html

-------------------- Marius (Mayric) ruled from ca AD 57-97. Inheriting the crown from his father, Marius enjoyed friendly relations with Rome. During his reign, he defeated and killed Soderic, king of the Picts, in a great battle. The present county of Westmorland was so named in Marius' honour because of the battle, and Marius accordingly had an inscribed stone set up in the county commemorating his victory. Marius (Welsh: Mayric was a legendary king of the Britons during the time of the Roman occupation of Britain, as recounted in Geoffrey of Monmouth's pseudohistorical Historia Regum Britanniae. He was the son of King Arvirargus and ruled following his father's death. According to Geoffrey, he ruled wisely in the time when the Picts first came to Britain. A fleet of ships under the leadership of Sodric came from Scythia and landed in Albany. Once there, they began to destroy the lands and Marius was forced to react. Following numerous battles, Marius killed Sodric and set up a stone there to remember that triumph. In addition, that land became known as Westmorland after him. In respect for the people he defeated, he gave them a small portion of Albany called Caithness to live in. Marius refused, however, to give them women to marry so the Picts fled to Ireland and took wives there. Marius established close ties with Rome and good diplomacy through tribute and respect of the Roman citizens in Britain. He followed the laws of his ancestors and ruled the justly. When he died, he was succeeded by his son, Coilus.


-------------------- King of the Britons 74-125 AD -------------------- FROM WIKIPEDIA: Saint Cyllin was a legendary, and possibly historical British king of the 1st century AD, early Christian saint and the last pendragon of Great Britain. His existence is based on very limited evidence.[1]

Richard Williams Morgan claimed that a reference to him as a son of Caratacus was found in the family records of Iestyn ab Gwrgant and used this as evidence of early entry of Christianity to Britain; "Cyllin ab Caradog, a wise and just king. In his days many of the Cymry embraced the faith in Christ through the teaching of the saints of Cor-Eurgain, and many godly men from the countries of Greece and Rome were in Cambria. He first of the Cymry gave infants names; for before, names were not given except to adults, and then from something characteristic in their bodies, minds, or manners."[2]

Reference to Saint Cyllin is also given in Iolo Morganwg's "Third series" of forged Welsh Triads.[3] He is also discussed in the works of Rice Rees, Jane Williams, Sabine Baring-Gould and John Williams (Ab Ithel) as brother of Saint Eigen and father of King Coel.[4][5][6][7] He is also noted in a manuscript giving the genealogy of Taliesin from the collection of Thomas Hopkin of Coychurch along with one from the Havod Uchtryd collection where he is called Cynan, a name often associated with Conan Meriadoc.[8]

-------------------- Married to the daughter of (Buddica Queen of Icena ancient Britain) Married in Germany about 275

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Rome, Roma, Italy
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Britain
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Siluria, Britain
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80
Age 39
Camulod,,,England
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Age 53
England
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Age 59
Siluria, now Monmouth, Gwent, Caerleon ar Wysg, Wales
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Age 59
The Forgotten Monarchy Chart,,,Scotland
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125
Age 84
Britain
1996
April 24, 1996
Age 85
1998
September 10, 1998
Age 85