Caradoc

British - Son of Bran. Father of Eudaf. He owned a herd of 21,000 catttle. He was left in charge of Britain when Bran went off to Ireland to rescue his sister, Branwen. Caswallawn took advantage of the king's absence to stage a coup. Caradoc died of shock and Caswallawn took over as king. Some say that he was killed by Griffith who then took the throne. In some accounts he is equated with Caractacus, a tribal king who, some say, was the same as Arviragus or King Arthur. Also commonly identified as Caradoc, Caractacus, Caractacus, Caratacus, Cradawg, Cradawg, Cradoc, Cradoc, Caradoc, Karadawc, Karadawc, Caradoc, Karadoc, Karadoc, Kradoc, Kradoc or Caradoc.
British - King of Vannes. Husband of Ysenne. His wife had an affair with the wizard Eliaures and bore him a son, also Caradoc. In revenge, he put a spell on Eliaures causing him to mate with a bitch, a mare and a sow. Also called Caradoc, Caractacus, Caractacus, Caratacus, Cradawg, Cradawg, Cradoc, Cradoc, Caradoc, Karadawc, Karadawc, Caradoc, Karadoc, Karadoc, Kradoc, Kradoc or Caradoc.

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