Dumnonia
Dumnonia is the Latinised name for the Brythonic kingdom in Sub-Roman Britain between the late 4th and late 8th centuries, in what is now the more westerly parts of South West England. It was centred ...
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Erbin of Dumnonia
Erbin of Dumnonia (ca. 427 – ca. 480) was a 5th-century King of Dumnonia (now Cornwall and Devon) and saint of Wales.
Traditionally, Erbin was a King of Dumnonia, the son of Constantine Corn...
Bledric ap Custennin
Bledric ap Custennin (also known as Blederic, Bredrice, Peledric, Bletius, Bledrys, Bledrig, Bletricius or Bledericus) was a 6th and 7th century ruler of Dumnonia (now the English West Country).
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Geraint of Dumnonia
Geraint /ˈɡɛraɪnt/ (known in Latin as Gerontius) (died 710) was a King of Dumnonia who ruled in the early 8th century. During his reign, it is believed that Dumnonia came repeatedly into conflict with...
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Isca Dumnoniorum
3°32′02″W / 50.722°N 3.534°W / 50.722; -3.534Isca Dumnoniorum, also known simply as Isca, was a town in the Roman province of Britannia at the site of present-day Exeter in th...
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Saint Digain
Saint Digain (also known as Dygain) was a 5th-century Welsh saint and Prince of Dumnonia (now the English West Country).
Digain ap Constantine was said to be the son of Constantine Corneu, King of...
Domnonée
Domnonée is the modern French form of Domnonia or Dumnonia (Latin for "Devon"; Breton: Domnonea), a minor kingdom in northern Armorica (Brittany) founded by British immigrants from Dumnonia (Sub-R...
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List of kings of Dumnonia
The kings of Dumnonia were the rulers of the large Brythonic kingdom of Dumnonia in the south-west of Great Britain during the Sub-Roman and early medieval periods.A list of Dumnonian kings is one of ...
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Clemen ap Bledric
Clemen ap Bledric (also known as Clement or Clemens) was a 7th-century King of Dumnonia (now the English West Country).
Born about 580, the son of Bledric ap Custennin, Clemen ruled after his fath...
Conan Meriadoc
Conan Meriadoc is a legendary Brittonic leader credited with founding Brittany. Versions of his story circulated in both Brittany and Great Britain from at least the early 12th century, and supplanted...
Dumnonii
The Dumnonii or Dumnones were British who inhabited Dumnonia, the area now known as Devon and Cornwall in the farther parts of the South West peninsula of Britain, from at least the Iron Age up to the...
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Petroc Baladrddellt
Petroc Baladrddellt (also known as Pedrog, or Pedrogl Paladrddellt) was a 7th-century King of Dumnonia (now the English West Country).
According to the Welsh pedigrees in the Bonedd y Saint or "Ge...
Geraint
Geraint /ˈɡɛraɪnt/ is a character from Welsh folklore and Arthurian legend, a king of Dumnonia and a valiant warrior. He may have lived during or shortly prior to the reign of the historical Arthur, b...
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