Gildas

British - (C. 500-570). A saint. Son of Caw. Brother of Cywyllog and Hueil. He was a British writer who studied in Wales under St Illtyd and wrote De Excidio Britanniae. In some accounts, he was a counsellor to King Arthur who had killed Hueil. Occasionally referred to as Gildas, Tremeur, Tremeur, Gildas or Judwall.

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