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Cadell ap Rhodrilocked

(d. 910)
  • David E. Thornton


Cadell ap Rhodri (d. 910), king in Wales, was one of the sons of Rhodri Mawr and Angharad ferch Feurig of Ceredigion. Although he is described as 'king' on his death in 910 and possibly had held that status since the demise of his father in 878, the exact location and extent of his ‘kingdom’ is not apparent. Later medieval accounts of the division of political power following ...

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Giraldi Cambrensis, ed. J. S. Brewer, J. F. Dimock, & G. F. Warner, 8 vols., RS, 21 (1861–91)