Irish scholar at the court of Charlemagne.
Legendary founder of Powys; appears in the Historia Brittonum (ch. 32–35), according to which he was originally a servant of Benlli, British tyrant and enemy of St Germanus, and later made king by Germanus after Benlli perished by divine fire.
king of Gwynedd, traditionally identified with Bede’s Cædwalla in HE 3.1
Cáel Cródae Cétguinech, a warrior in Finn’s household and husband of Créide in a tragic tale of the Acallam na senórach. In the prose narrative, he is identified as a descendant of Nemnann (or Nemnán), while the poem Géisid cúan uses the name Cáel mac Crimthainn.
Gaius Julius Caesar, Roman statesman, general and consul