Person:Coilus (2)

King of the Britons Coilus (Coel) of England
b. UK
  1. King of the Britons Coilus (Coel) of England
  • HKing of the Britons Coilus (Coel) of England
  • HKing of the Britons Coilus (Coel) of England
  1. Gwawl verch Hen
  2. Cenau ap Hen
  • HKing of the Britons Coilus (Coel) of England
  1. Aiofe Britain
  1. Atheldis De Britain
Facts and Events
Name King of the Britons Coilus (Coel) of England
Alt Name Coel of BRITAIN
Alt Name Old King Coel
Alt Name Old King Cole Coilus
Alt Name Coel "Old King Coel" (Coilus) King Of Britain
Alt Name Coel Of Siluria
Alt Name Unknown Colius Cole
Gender Male
Birth? UK
Alt Birth? 125 Britain
Ancestral File Number 8HR8-M2
Death? 0170 Colchester,,Essex,England

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Coel (Old Welsh: Coil) or Coel Hen ("Coel the Old") is a figure prominent in Welsh literature and legend since the Middle Ages. Early Welsh tradition knew of a Coel Hen (Coel the Old), a leader in Roman or Sub-Roman Britain and the progenitor of several kingly lines in the Hen Ogledd ("the Old North"), the Brittonic-speaking part of northern England and southern Scotland. Later medieval legend told of a Coel, apparently derived from Coel Hen, who was the father of Saint Helena and the grandfather of Roman Emperor Constantine the Great. Other similarly named characters may be confused or conflated with the Welsh Coel. The traditional "King Coel" may be the historical basis for the popular nursery rhyme "Old King Cole".

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