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Maybe Cunedda was a famous historical figure who was appropriated by Maelgwn's descendants to further their territorial ambitions.From his own writings, it is known that St Patrick was a Roman Briton – brought up in a well-off Christian household, in an unidentified place called Bannaventa Berniae.Koch's interpretation, the descendants of Coel Hen (see above) are depicted as Cunedda's enemies, and responsible for his death.

Maybe Cunedda was a famous historical figure who was appropriated by Maelgwn's descendants to further their territorial ambitions.From his own writings, it is known that St Patrick was a Roman Briton – brought up in a well-off Christian household, in an unidentified place called Bannaventa Berniae.Koch's interpretation, the descendants of Coel Hen (see above) are depicted as Cunedda's enemies, and responsible for his death.

This historical void has, however, been amply filled by mythology and fable.

of the Dumnonii became the kingdom of Dumnonia, while that of the Demetae became the kingdom of Dyfed...

Other evidence adds to this picture of large-scale political continuity.

5th and 6th century written sources and inscriptions hint at the survival of Roman-style bureaucratic administration, Roman law, Roman weights and measures, and schooling on the Roman model to train future administrators and judges...

In the east of this hinterland, the tribal territory of the Votadini metamorphosed into the kingdom of Gododdin.

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The north-western region, which included Stirling, was called Manaw Gododdin. Enniaun girt [The ‘Annales Cambriae’ indicate that Maelgwn, king of Gwynedd, died (during a plague) in 547.Traditionally, the period between the end of Roman Britain (conventionally dated 410) and the end of Anglo-Saxon England (at the Battle of Hastings in 1066) has been known as the Dark Ages, but, in these politically correct times, this has been deemed to be pejorative, and there is a tendency to use the phrase Early Medieval (or even Late Antiquity) instead.In terms of the amount of extant evidence, however, Dark Ages is an entirely appropriate description of at least the first couple of centuries of this period.Meanwhile, further south, British rulers may have been responsible for constructing the linear earthwork now called the Wansdyke, arguably derivative of Roman period linear defences.” who, at the end of Roman rule, converted his military jurisdiction (the North, probably based at York) into a kingdom.In process of time, Coel's domain became divided, amongst his supposed descendants, to produce a number of kingdoms, of which the best attested are Elmet, which was in the vicinity of Leeds, and Rheged, which may have been situated on both sides of the Solway Firth.Possibly (assuming the story is not a complete figment), Cunedda's migration from Gododdin to north-west Wales, in order to combat the influx of Scots from Ireland, was on the instruction of a greater authority – either Roman or sub-Roman.Cunedda is the subject of a Welsh poem of debated antiquity, ‘Marwnad Cunedda’ (Death-song of Cunedda), in which, according to John T.In fact, Patrick's is not the first reported Christian mission to Ireland.In 431 Bishop Palladius was despatched there by Pope Celestine I.This region was the homeland of one Cunedda – purportedly, the founder of the dynasties that ruled Gwynedd and Ceredigion, in (what is now) Wales. By that token, according to the reckoning of the ‘Historia Brittonum’, Cunedda migrated to Wales about, or before, the year 400.The ‘Historia Brittonum’ asserts that:], Cunedag [Cunedda], with his eight sons, had come before from the left-hand part [meaning the North], i.e. However, if Maelgwn was Cunedda's great-grandson (as indicated by the Harleian Genealogies), then a date rather later than that might be more appropriate.

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