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  king of the britons   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The house begins with Brutus who was a descendent of Aeneas of Troy, the ancestor of the founders of Rome, Romulus and Remus.
Little Britain, which was conquered by Maximianus, was ruled by a descendent of Brutus who had fought for the kingship 150 years earlier.
Owen Tudor, the ancestor of Henry VII of England, was a maternal descendent of the kings of Gwynedd and his marriage with Elizabeth of York signified the merging of the two royal houses (as well as the feuding houses of York and Lancaster).
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 My Lines - Person Page 221   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Camber of the Britons was the son of Brutus the Dardanian and Ignoge of the Greeks.
Locrine of the Britons was the son of Brutus the Dardanian and Ignoge of the Greeks.
Brutus Greenshield the Briton was the son of Ebraucus of the Britons.
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Brutus the while had special care to seize and secure the King's Person; whose Life still within his custody, he knew was the surest pledge to obtain what he should demand.
Brutus finding now his Powers much lessen'd, and this yet not the place foretold him, leaves Aquitain, and with an easy course, arriving at Totness in Devonshire, quickly perceives here to be the promis'd end to his Labours.
Brutus therfore, surnam'd Greenfield, succeeding, to repair his Father's Losses, as the same Lessabeus reports, fought a second Battel in Henault, with Brunchild, at the mouth of Scaldis, and encamp'd on the River Hanin.
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 Brutus - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Brutus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Brutus is a Roman cognomen used by several politicians of the Junii family, especially in the Roman Republic.
It is also the name given to the Trojan Brutus who, according to legend founded Britain.
*Brutus is also a cartoon character from Popeye, previously known as Bluto, and the penname of Robert Yates.
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 Brutus Groenschild -- Brutus GroenschildMythische Britse koningenHet huis ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Brutus Groenschild -- Brutus GroenschildMythische Britse koningenHet huis...
Brutus Greenshield (Welsh: Bryttys darian las) was volgens de legende, zoals beschreven door Geoffrey of Monmouth, koning van Brittannië.
Brutus was de oudste van de 20 zonen van Ebraucus, en de laatst overgebleven troonopvolger nadat zijn broers naar Duitsland waren getrokken om daar een koninkrijk te stichten.
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 Greenshields-Muir Descendants 1650-1850
For those of you who are primarily interested in Greenshields who have immigrated to Canada, you may also wish to contact Charles Dobie of Ontario, Canada at cdobie@superaje.com This genealogy is intended for personal use only and should not be reproduced without permission from the compilers.
The Greenshields were also connected to Poniel: Robert, in Poneill (East Powneill of Lesmahagow, Poneill of Lesmachago), portioner of Kirktoune of Douglas and his son William in Nether Ponneill, Poneill of Lesmahagow.
To add to the confusion, the Greenshields surname was not spelled consistently in the OPR and in some cases, the mother's name was either partial or missing.
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 Milton, The History of Britain, that Part especially now called England; from the first traditional Beginning, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Consultation had, Brutus taking with him Gerion his diviner, and twelve of the ancientest, with wanton ceremonies before the inward shrine of the goddess, in verse (as it seems the manner was) utters his request, “Diva potens nemorum,” andc.
Brutus finding now his powers much lessened, and this yet not the place foretold him, leaves Aquitain, and with an easy course arriving at Totness in Devonshire, quickly perceives here to be the promised end of his labours.
Brutus, therefore, surnamed Greenshield, succeeding, to repair his father’s losses, as the same Lessabeus reports, fought a second battle in Henault, with Brunchild, at the mouth of Scaldis, and encamped on the river Hania.
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 History of the Early British Kings
The mother of Brutus died whilst giving birth to him, and when he was a lad of fifteen years, Brutus accidentally shot his father dead with an arrow whilst out hunting.
Amongst the spoils that Brutus had taken from Greece was Ignoge, the daughter of Pandrasus, whom he wedded and who was to bear him three sons, Locrinus, Kamber and Albanactus.
On his death, he was succeeded by Brutus Greenshield (Bryttys darian las in the Welsh chronicle) who reigned for the next twelve years until ca 945 BC.
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 Greenshields   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
GREENSHIELDS, born 26 Mar 1793 in Douglas, Lanark, Scotland; christened 31 Mar 1793 in Douglas, Lanark, Scotland.
GREENSHIELDS, born 10 Jul 1857 in Carmichael, Lanark, Scotland; died 12 Jun 1918 in Carmichael, Lanark, Scotland.
Greenshields commenced practice in Montreal, in partnership with D. McMaster and J.S. Hall, but was the head of the firm Greenshields and Greenshields in 1898.
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 Encyclopedia: King of the Britons   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Brutus of Troy, also of Britain (Welsh: Bryttys), was the legendary founding king of Britain and great grandson of Aeneas, according to Italy for the accidental killing of his natural father Silvius, Brutus liberated a group of Trojans living in slavery in Greece and led them forth, received a vision...
The Civil War of Albany and Cornwall was a legendary war in Britain following the death of Leir and the acension of Queen Cordelia as recounted by Geoffrey of Monmouth.
The Civil War of the Five Kings was a legendary war in Britain as accounted by Geoffrey of Monmouth.
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 Mitakuye Oyasin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Cornieus Corenius joined forces with Brutus in his migration to the Britian mainland and shared the same ancestry with him though it is unclear how.
On the death of Brutus the island was divided between Locrins and his brothers.
Brutus (36) GreenShield Ebraucus eldest son took the crown at his fathers death.
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 Ebraucus -- Ebraucus (Welsh: Efrawc) was a legendary king of the Britons as ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
He was the first to wage war on the Gauls since the time of Brutus.
By pillaging the cities and shores and slaughtering many men, he became extremely wealthy and enriched the lands of Britain.
Except for Brutus Greenshield, all of Ebraucus's sons, led by Assaracus, went to Germany, creating a kingdom there.
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 Leil -- LeilMythische Britse koningenHet huis van Brutus ' Voorgange...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Leil -- LeilMythische Britse koningenHet huis van Brutus ' Voorgange...
Hij was de zoon van koning Brutus Greenshield.
Leil was een vredelievende en rechtvaardige koning, en maakte gebruik van de welvaart die hem door zijn voorgangers was nagelaten.
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 Geoffrey of Monmouth's Kings of Britain
Brutus: Eponym of Britain; however, Britain is actually derived from Prydein
Queen Gwendolen: probably invented from the male name Gwendoleu, a seventh-century king
Maximianus: based on Maximus, origin of Maxen from the Mabinogion
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 Ebraucus -- EbraucusMythische Britse koningenHet huis van Brutus ' V...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Hij was de eerste koning die ten strijde trok tegen de Galliërs sinds Brutus van Brittannië.
Al zijn dochters stuurde hij naar zijn neef Silvius Alba in Alba Longa (Italië) om gehuwd te worden met andere nakomelingen uit de Trojaanse afstamming.
Afgezien van Brutus Greenshield trokken alle zonen van Ebraucus naar Duitsland om daar een koninkrijk te stichten.
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 THE BRITISH CHRONICLES
NB The Line from Noah to Brutus (with the exception of Silvius), is taken directly from chapter 18 of Nennius' Historia Brittonum, and these names thus appear in bold Letters.
He joined forces with Brutus in his migration to the British mainland and shared the same ancestry as Brutus, although their exact relationship is unclear.
Greenshield Ebraucus' eldest son, he took the crown on his father's death.
www.biblebelievers.org.au /nation05.htm   (5794 words)

  
 A History of Europe, Chapter 1
The mother of Brutus died while giving birth to him, and fifteen years later Brutus accidentally shot an arrow into his father's head while they were out hunting.
It was the departure of Brutus that made him the founder of the nation that would one day be named after him: Britain.
When they learned that his ancestors were kings of Troy, the Trojans accepted Brutus and elected him leader of their band.
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 Britain
Throughout the list there are links provided to other sections of the Regnal Chronologies archive, so that close comparison between this list and what is thought or known to be actually the case may be made.
The legend relates that a group of Trojan refugees led by Brutus came to Britain in 1149 BCE and wrested control of the island from its previous inhabitants, the Giants, who were led by Gogmagog (note a strong set of parallels between this and the story of the Milesian invasion of Ireland).
Brutus’ three sons (Locrinus, Camber, and Albanactus) gave their names to the three main divisions of the island - Loegria, Cambria, and Albany (known today as England, Wales, and Scotland respectively).
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 Geoffrey of Monmouth
He was the first after Brutus who invaded Gaul witha fleet, and distressed their provinces by killing their men and laying waste their cities; and having by these means enriched himself with an infinite quantity of gold and silver, he returned victorious.
But Brutus, surnamed Greenshield, stayed with his father, whom he succeeded in the government, and reigned twelve years.
At last, after a reign of forty years spent in these and other acts of government, he died, and was buried in the city of Trinovantum, near the temple of Concord, which he himself built, when he first established his laws.
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 Brutus Greenshield - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Brutus Greenshield   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Brutus Greenshield - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Brutus Greenshield.
Here you will find more informations about Brutus Greenshield.
The orginal Brutus Greenshield article can be editet
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 THE KINGS OF THE ANCIENT BRITONS: A CHRONOLOGY
Let us begin with Brutus, the very first king of the Britons and from whom the Britons derived their name.
Moreover, Geoffrey goes on to tell us that Brutus reigned as king for 23 years, and further, that he ruled Britain at the time that Eli was judge in Israel.
The next two kings of the Britons were Brutus Greenshield and Leil who ruled for 12 and 25 years respectively, and their reigns, Geoffrey tells us, coincided roughly in time with that of Solomon who ruled between the years 970-930 BC.
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 THE_ORIGIN_OF_THE_SCOTS
LEIL (1001 - 976 BC), the son of Brutus Greenshield, he ruled for 25 years and founded the city of Carlisle (Kaerleil).
His arranged marriage to Gwendolen was not a success and when her father died he deserted her and married Estrildis, making her Queen and had a daughter by her named Habren.
BRUTUS (1160 - 1137 BC) the son of Silvius, was the first to colonise these islands after the flood and from whom Britain derives it's name.
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 The History of the Kings of Britain
Geoffrey of Monmouth's opus, finished in 1136, which purports to be the true history of the isle of Britain from its settlement by Brutus the Trojan, grandson of Aeneas, to the death of Cadawallader the Blessed in the seventh century.
The majority of the book is composed of euhemerized gods and myths; starting with the coming of the Romans in the first century BC, he has to be that much more truthful, and the figures become real people like Cymbeline (Cunobelinos) and Coel (Old King Cole).
Geoffrey's influence cannot be understated--it is from him that Shakespeare got the stories for King Lear and Cymbeline.
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 Sharron Davies bei eLexi - das Onlinelexikon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
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Brutus Greenshield was a legendary king of the Britons as accounted by Geoffrey of Monmouth.
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 (William IX* BRERETON - Leir,* King of BRETON )   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Brutus II* Darianlas "Greenshield" King of BRETON (1000 BC - 954 BC)
Brutus,* King of BRETON (1150 BC - 1091 BC)
Cordeilla, Queen of the Francs, Queen of BRETON (____ - ____)
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