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I'm Rob Salzman (email: genealogy at e-familytree.net)
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Family Sheet
HUSBAND
Name: King Arviragus Of Siluria Note Born: at Abt. 15 Ad Married: at 45 Ad Died: at Abt. 74 Ad Other Spouses: Genuissa (venessa) Claudia Of Rome
Father: King Cymbeline Of The Silures Mother: Unknown
WIFE
Name: Genuissa Claudia Of Rome Note Born: Died: at Abt 50 Ad Father: Unknown Mother: Aemilia Lepida
CHILDREN
Name: King Marius Of Siluria Born: Died: 125 Wife: Julia Of The Iceni
NOTES
1). The Historia regum Brittaniae of Geoffey of Monmout h , e d . A cton Griscom London 1929 . Cambridge University Library, MS 1706 12th century, f o l i o s 38r 38v folio 38 recto Mandabat igitur ei concordiam daturu m q u e p romittebat sese filiam suam si tantum modo regnu m b ri tt ani e sub romana potestate recognouisset. Post po siti s e rg o deb elationibus suaserunt maiores natu aruira go pr omis sio nibu s claudii acquiescere. Dicebant autem n on ess e e i dede cor i subditum fuisse romanis cum totiu s orbis i nper io poti rent ur. His uero & pluribus aliis m itigatus p arui t consili is su orum & subiectionem cesar i fecit. Mo x claud ius misi t propte r filiam suam roma m & auxilio aru iragi ue rsus orca das & pro vintiales insu las potestati su e submisi t. Emens a hyeme dein de redieru nt legati cum fil ia foli o 38 verso eamque patr i tradi derunt. Erat aute m nomen pu ellae genui ssa eratque ta nt a pulchritudo ut as picientes i n ammiration e ducerat. E t u t maritali lege co pulata fui t tanto feruor e amoris s uccendi t regem ita u t ipsam sola m cunctis rebu s preferr et. Vnde lo cum quo e i primo nupser at celebrem ess e uole ns suggessit cl audi o ut edificaren t in illo ciuitate m q uae memoriam tantar u m nuptiarum in f utura tempora preb e ret. Paruit ergo claud i us precepitqu e fieri urbem qua e d e nomine eius kaerglo u i d est glouces tria nuncupat a usqu e in hodiernum diem i n conf inio kambri e & loegri e super ri pam sabrine sita es t. Quida m uero dic unt ipsa m traxisse no men a gloio duc e quem claudi us in il la gen erauerat cui pos t aruiragum g ubernaculum kamb rit du catu s cessit. Modern English translation of the above passage, as g i v e n i n Geoffey of Monmouth, The History of the King s o f Br it ain , trans. Lewis Thorpe London 1966 , p. 12 1 He Claudius therefore proposed peace to him Arvirar g u s , promising to give him his own daughter, if onl y h e wo u l d recognize that the kingdom of Britain was un de r the s w a y of Rome. His nobles persuaded Arvirargus t o a bandon h i s p lans for battle and to accept the propos al s of Claudi us . Th eir argument was that it could be n o di sgrace for h i m to su bmit to the Romans, since the y wer e the acknowled ge d overlo rds of the whole world. A rvirar gus was swayed b y t hese argu ments and by others o f a sim ilar nature. He a ccep ted thei r advice and submit ted to C laudius. Claudiu s soo n sent to R ome for his dau ghter. Wi th the help of Ar virarg us he subdue d the Orkne ys and th e other islands i n that ne ighbourhood. At the end of that winter the messengers returned wit h C l a u dius daughter and handed her over to her father . Th e g ir l s name was Genvissa Genuissa . Her beaut y wa s suc h th a t everyone who saw her was filled with ad mirat ion. O nce s h e had been united with him in lawful m arriag e, sh e inflam e d the King with such burning passio n tha t he pre ferred h e r company to anything else in th e world . As a re sult of t hi s Arvirargus made up his min d to giv e some spe cial mar k o f distinction to the plac e where h e had marrie d her. H e sug gested to Claudius th at the tw o of them shou ld foun d ther e a city which shou ld perpetu ate in times t o come th e memor y of so happ y a marriage . Claudius agree d and order ed a tow n to b e built which s hould be called K aerglou or G louceste r . Down to our ow n day it retains it s site on th e ban k of th e Severn, bet ween Wales and Loegr ia. Some, how ev er, say tha t it too k its name from Duke Gl oius, whom Cl a udius fathere d in t hat city and to whom h e granted con tro l of the duch y o f the Welsh after Arvirar gus. !BIRTH edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged !DEATH Our Family Tree, Our Family Tree, Jordan & Kimble , 1 929 !DEATH edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged !DEATH PrenticeNet A Lineage to Caesar, PrenticeNet A Li n eage to Caesar, WWW !DEATH Gedcom File G675, Gedcom File G675, http pedigree . ancestry.com cgi bin pedview.dll?&ti 0&fi l e G675&ind3 8 302 !DEATH Sweet Greene.FTW, Sweet Greene.FTW
2). !DEATH Gedcom File G675, Gedcom File G675, http   pedigree . ancestry.com cgi bin pedview.dll?&ti 0&fi l e  G675&ind3 8 302  !DEATH Sweet Greene.FTW, Sweet Greene.FTW





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