Column Identifiers -> A B C D E F G H I J K
Oldest: 230 end end
A57
221: Mar 15 Liu Bei, a Chinese warlord and member of the Han royal house, declares himself Emperor
of Shu-Han, claiming legitimate succession to the Han Dynasty
Fer-Ap-Confer DeStrathclyde
230-?
256 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 230
Oldest: 260 end
A56
268: Dec 26 Saint Dionysius, Roman Pope (259-260), dies
Cursalen Ap Fer
260-?
287 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 260
Oldest: 290 end
A55
283: Dec 17 St Gaius begins his reign as Catholic Pope
Cluim Ap-Cursalen
290-?
320 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 290
Oldest: 325 end
A54
321: Mar 7 Roman Emperor Constantine I decrees that the dies Solis Invicti (sun-day) is the day
of rest in the Empire
Cinhil Quintillus Apclum
325-?
360 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 325
Oldest: 365 end
A53
362: Jul 29 Emperor Julianus of Constantinople ends education laws
Cynloyp Apcinhil
365-?
384 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 365
Oldest: 385
A52
380: Nov 24 Theodosius I makes his adventus, or first formal entry, into Constantinople
Ceretic The-Gwledig De-Strathclyde
385-459
410 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 385
Oldest: 415 end
A51
410: The Visigoths conquer Rome
Cinuit MacCeretic-Of-Strathclyde
415-480
431 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 415
Oldest: 432 end end
A50
440: Sep 29 Pope Leo I the Great is elected.
Dyfnwal HenIii Maccinuit
470-490
492 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Dyfnwal Hen DeStrathclyde
432-489
455 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 470
Oldest: 458 end
A49
494: An earthquake devastates the port town of Latakia (modern Syria).
Garwynwyn Macdyfnwal
494-?
515 Sarsdwen Verch Dyfal
?-?
Unknown-Husband
?-?
485 Queen-Dyfenwal Hen-DeStrathclyde
458-492
Youngest: 494
Oldest: 500
A48
518: Justin I founds the Justinian Dynasty and makes his nephew Flavius Petrus Sabbatius (later
Justinian I) his trusted advisor. He becomes the emperor's close confidant and acts possibly as
regent.[2] Theocritus, candidate to the throne, is accused of a conspiracy and executed.
Caurdar Gervinion Macgarwynwyn
518-580
537 Sarsdwen Verch Dyfnwal
500-?
Youngest: 518
Oldest: 540 end
A47
540: Solomon captures the Aures Mountains from the Moors and extends Byzantine authority over Numidia
and Mauretania Sitifensis. The city of Theveste (Algeria) is restored and fortified.
Unknown-Husband
?-?
570 Gwyddno Verch Caurder
540-?
Youngest: 540
Oldest: 565 end
A46
575: Childebert-II succeeds his father Sigibert-I as king of Austrasia. His mother Brunhilda becomes
regent and seeks protection from Guntram, king of Burgundy. He adopts Childebert as his own son
and heir. A group of Frankish aristocrats rule Austrasia
Aethefrith The-Fierce Of-The-Angels
565-616
593 Bebba Inge Erb
575-?
Youngest: 575
Oldest: 596 end end end
A45
596: Battle of Raith: An invading force of Angles lands on the Fife coast[1] near Raith (Kirkcaldy)
and defeats an alliance of Scots, Britons and Picts, under King Aedan mac Gabrain of Dal Riata (Scotland).
Nechtan MacGwyddno DeStrathclyde
?-?
590 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Eanfrith Bernice
596-634
613 JaneDoe Macwid
?-?
Youngest: 596
Oldest: 595
A44
614: Battle of Bampton: King Cynegils of Wessex defeats the invading Britons in Dumnonia (modern
Devon). They use the Roman road eastward from Exeter to Dorchester, and are intercepted by the West
Saxons marching south
Beli DeStrathclyde
595-?
640 Talorcan Verch Eanfrith
614-640
Youngest: 614
Oldest: 646 end
A43
646: Arab-Byzantine War: Alexandria is recaptured by the Muslim Arabs after a Byzantine attempt
(see 645) to retake Egypt fails, ending nearly 1,000 years of Greco-Roman civilization
Brude Mac-Beli King-Of-The-Picts
646-?
680 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 646
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275bc: Gimbals (to for instance keep items on a ship from following the ships motion), described
by Philo of Byzantium, are first used.

The Brude Family


MapFileName: A57-43BrudeUnknown
Number of Couples: 18