Oriuna (Fictitious)

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Oriuna (Fictitious)

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Daughter of Coel Godhebog of Colchester, Brenin Caercolun and Strada "The Fair" .
Wife of Carausius II
Mother of Flavia
Sister of Cunedd ap Coel

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About Oriuna (Fictitious)



Chapter Four, "The British Emperors", records the fortunes of the British Emperors, from Carausius [Carawn "Wledic" of ancient Welsh annals], called variously a Roman, British, or Dutch prince, who, the Roman Governor of Britain, married to Oriuna [sister of St. Helena], one of the three daughters of the British "wledic" [later king] Cole [II] [not to be confused with Old King Cole, an earlier king], revived the British Monarchy in Year 286 after a hundred-year interregnum, or rather founded a new British kingdom modeled on the Roman imperial system, and later united the British crown to the imperial crown of the Roman Empire at the time of his election to the consulate in Year 289/292 when the empire was decentralized into thirds with three co-emperors, of whom Carausius was one, whose successors reigned in Britain during the last half of the Roman Era, to Empress Marcia [GM’s Queen Marcia], the last of the British imperial line, whose position dissolved in the midst of civil wars in Britain following the [third] evacuation of the Roman Army in Year 418.



Coilus was survived by three daughters, namely, Oriuna [the widow of Carausius], St. Helena (the ex-wife of Constantius], and Aeoifa [the wife Fiacha "Sraiptine"]


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