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Cadwaladr, King of Meirionydd
(Born c.AD 460)
(Latin-Catuvelladurus, English-Cadwallader)

Nothing is known of King Meirchion Meirionydd's son, Cadwaladr, but he was a contemporary of King Arthur, living in the late 5th century. August Hunt theorizes that the two are identical since Cadwaladr means "Battle-Leader," a name possibly rendered into Latin as the title used for Arthur by Nennius, Dux Bellorum.

 

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