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Gwrwst, King of Britain Gurgustius, Brenin Prydain MP (c.-430 - d.)

Occupation: King in Britain 765–681 BC 1 Note: Gurgustius was a legendary king of the Britons as accounted by Geoffrey of Monmouth. He was the son of King Rivallo and was succeeded by Sisilliu...

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Anyn ap Alyfon MP (c.-415 - d.)

Lived about 400 BC. B: c. 262, c. -450, c. -415

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King Rhiwallon ap Cunedda, Brenin Prydain MP (c.-470 - d.)

Birth and death years from -------------------- He was succeeded in 761 BC by Rivallo (Rriallon), who reigned wisely and frugally. His reign was particularly remembered for a rain of blood, a great...

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Alyfon ap Brywlais o Siluria MP (c.-455 - d.)

B: c. -455, c. -495, c. 284

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Cunedda ap Henwyn, Brenin Prydain MP (c.-500 - d.)

Cunedagius (Welsh: Cunedda [1]) was a legendary king of the Britons, as recounted by Geoffrey of Monmouth. He was the son of Henwinus, Duke of Cornwall, and Regan, the daughter of King Leir. Cunedagi...

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Brywlais ap Ceraint MP (c.-490 - d.)

B: c. -490, c. -306

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Geraint Feddw ap Berwyn, King of the British Celts MP (c.-530 - d.)

B: c. -530, c. -590, c. 328, -440

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Berwyn ap Morgan MP (c.-565 - d.)

Lived about 600 BC. B: c. -350, c. -565, -485, c. -630

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Morgan ap Blacdyn MP (c.-565 - d.)

B: c. -565, c. -675, c. 372

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Blacgyn ap Rhun MP (c.-640 - d.)

B: c. -640, c. -710, c. 400

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Henwyn . Ap Bleiddud, Duke of Cambria and Cornwall MP (c.-530 - d.)

Occupation: Duke of Cornwall 1 Occupation: King in Britain 855–852 BC 2 Note: Henwinus, Henwyn Dux Cambria & Cornwall duke of Cornwall, son-in-law to Leir, jointly King od the Britons 85...

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Rhun ap Idwal MP (c.-675 - d.)

B: c. -675, c. -755, c. 430

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Idwal ap Llywarch MP (c.-715 - 593)

B: -470, -640, -715

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Bleiddud (Cyngen) ap Asser, Duke of Cambria and Cornwall MP (c.-570 - d.)

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Llywarch ap Calchynydd MP (c.-750 - d.)

B: -510, -750, -720 Alternate Data at time of merge on 11/28/09: First Name: Llywarch Ben Calchwynydd Last Name: Rey Britanico -------------------- Lived about 800 BC.

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Calchynydd ap Enir Fardd MP (c.-785 - d.)

B: -785, -550 Alternate Data at time of merge on 11/28/09: First Name: Calchwynydd Ben Enir Last Name: Rey Britanico

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Asser ap Cyngen, Duke of Cambria and Cornwall MP (c.-600 - d.)

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Enir Fardd ap Ithel MP (c.-825 - 100)

B: c. -825, c. -600, -760, c. -940 Alternate Data at time of merge on 11/28/09: First Name: Enir Fardd Ben Ithel Last Name: Rey Britanico

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Cyngen Bleiddud ap Dufnwal, Duke of Cambria and Cornwall MP (c.-630 - d.)

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Ithel ap Llarian, King of the British Celts MP (c.-860 - d.)

B: -800, -860, -650 Alternate Data at time of merge on 11/28/09: First Name: Ithel Ben Liarian Last Name: Rey Britanico

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Llarian ap Teuged MP (c.-900 - d.)

B: -900, -840, -700

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Dyfnwal Hen ap Gorbonian, Duke of Cambria and Cornwall MP (c.-670 - d.)

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Teuged ap Llyfeinydd MP (c.-1100 - d.)

B: -1100, -935, -880, -750

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Llyfeinydd ap Perdur MP (c.-970 - d.)

B: c. -970, c. -1140, c. -800

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Peredur ap Gwyrydd MP (c.-1010 - d.)

B: -1010 -960 -850

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Gweyrydd ap Ithon MP (c.-1045 - d.)

B: -1045, -1240, -900

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Ithon ap Cymryw, King In Briton MP (c.-1080 - d.)

born 1080BC or 1062BC or 1050Bc or 950Bc

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Silvius (Selys Hen), King of Alba Longa MP (-1190 - -1106)

He is said alternatively to have been a son or younger brother of his predecessor Ascanius. He was involved in an affair with his step-(grand)mother's niece. Welsh genealogists called him "Selys Hen (t...

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Camber (Cymryw) Ap Brutus, Duke of Cambria and Cornwall MP (c.-730 - d.)

born: 1000BC, 1100BC, 1120BC -------------------- Camber (Cymryw) Dux Cambria & Cornwall Kamber was a legendary king of Kambria as accounted by Geoffrey of Monmouth. He was the son of Brutus and a ...

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Brutus "The Trojan", King of Britian MP (deceased)

A legendary "founder of Britain", referenced in the Historia Brittonum (ca 828) and Historia Regum Britanniae (ca 1136). There is no contemporary or classical source for the existence of this person. ...

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