Cinuit, King of Strathclyde
(Born c.AD 440)
(Welsh: Cynwyd; Latin: Conuvidius; English: Cunnett)

Next to nothing is known of King Cinuit, son and successor of Ceretic Guletic. Though the pedigrees are confused at this point, he appears to have had two sons, Dumnagual Hen, who inherited most of Strathclyde, and Tutgual, who was given Galloway and Ynys Manaw (the Isle of Man).

Records of King Cinuit date back to the 11th century. He is generally considered apocryphal.


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