Names in italics on the map are purely speculative, as they are not found
in any reliable source.
The following abbreviations are used: Bu. = Builth, Brec. = Brecon, Glevis.
Places of Significance, 571-598 A.D.
Bedford, where Cuthwulf fought the Britons, c.571.
Lenbury, captured by Cuthwulf.
Aylesbury, captured by Cuthwulf.
Benson, captured by Cuthwulf.
Ensham, captured by Cuthwulf.
Arfderydd (Arthuret), battle between Eborac and Car Luel (see 530 map).
Deorham, where Cuthwine and Ceawlin fought the Briton, c.577.
Gloucester, captured by Cuthwine and Ceawlin.
Cirencester, captured by Cuthwine and Ceawlin.
Bath, captured by Cuthwine and Ceawlin.
Lake district, part of Urien's kingdom of Rheged.
Fethanleag (Hereford), where Ceawlin and Cuthwine fought the Britons and
Cuthwine was slain, c.584.
Canterbury, capital of Kent.
London, capital of Essex.
Winchester, capital of Wessex.
York, capital of Deira.
Medcaud (Lindisfarne), where Urien blockaded the Bernicians, and was assassinated,
Wanborough, where Ceawlin was driven from his kingdom.
Catterick, where the host of the Gododdin and its allies were slaughtered
by the Northumbrians, c.598.
Eiddyn (Edinburgh), capital of the Gododdin.