Isle of Man
Ancestors of Prince Cynan and his Daughter Essyllt.
Reigned A. D.
- Rodri Mollwynog 720-755 Usually lived on the Menai Straits
- Edwal Iwrch 703-720
- Cadwaladr 676-688 Last King of the Britons, A weak man, became a
monk. Died at Rome.
- Cadwallon 630-676 "A cruel and faithless tyrant." Slain in
- Cadfan 603-630
- Iago 599-603
- Beli 586-599
- Rhun 560-586
Maelgwn Gwynedd 517-560
Caswallon Lawhir 443-517
Einion Yoth 389-443
Cynedda Wledig 340-389
Descendant of Beli Mawr
Rodri Mawr (Roderick the Great)-King of All Wales and of
the Isle of Man 843-877, slain about 876-7 with his brother Gwriad in
battle against the Saxons in Mon, on a Sunday. He married Augharad,
heiress of South Wales. She also was descended in direct male line from
Rodri Mawr's ancestors Cynedda Wledig and Coel Godebog to Beli Mawr.
Roderick was slain in the 89th year of his age, defending his country
against the Saxons. He divided his Kingdom into three parts. To his oldest
son Anarawd he gave the Kingdom of Gwynedd, or North Wales, to which A's
son Edward Voel succeeded, who married the daughter of his Uncle Merfyn.
To Cadell, 2nd son, the Principality of South Wales or Ceredigion.
To Merfyn, 3rd son, the Principality of Powis. For each of these Kingdoms
Rodri built a palace.
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