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Kingdom of Powys

The Kingdom of Powys was a Welsh successor state, petty kingdom and principality that emerged during the Middle Ages following the end of Roman rule in Britain.

Rulers of Powys

Administrative units of the Kingdom of Powys

Kings of Ternyllwg

Cadell Ddyrnllwg c. 447–460
Rhyddfedd Frych c. 480
Cyngen Glodrydd c. 500
Pasgen ap Cyngen c. 530
Morgan ap Pasgen c. 540
Brochwel Ysgithrog c. 550
Iago ap Brochwel (? - 582)
Cynan Garwyn (582–610)
Selyf ap Cynan (610–613)
Manwgan ap Selyf (613)
Eiludd Powys (613–?)
Beli ap Eiludd vers 655
Gwylog ap Beli (695 –725)
Elisedd ap Gwylog (725–755?)
Brochfael ap Elisedd (755?–773)
Cadell ap Elisedd (773–808)
Cyngen ap Cadell (808–854)
Aeddan ap Cyngen (854 – ?)
Cadweithian ap Aeddan (? – 863/883)
Brochwel I ap Aeddan (863/883 – ?)
Selyf ap Brochwel
Aeddan ap Selyf
Brochwel II ap Aeddan
Cadell ap Brochwel (? – 1003)
Seisyll ap Brochwel (1003)
Llywelyn ap Seisyll (1003 – 1023)
Cynan ap Seisyll (1023 – 1027)
Gruffydd ap Llywelyn (1027 – 1063)

Kings of Powys: House of Gwerthrynion

Gwrtheyrn (High-King Vortigern)
Cadeyern Fendigaid c.430–447 Reputed eldest son of Gwrtheyrn, blessed by Saint :Germanus
Cadell Ddyrnllwg c. 447–460
Rhyddfedd Frych c. 480
Cyngen Glodrydd c. 500
Pasgen ap Cyngen c. 530
Morgan ap Pasgen c. 540
Brochwel Ysgithrog c. 550
Cynan Garwyn (?–610)
Selyf ap Cynan (610–613)
Manwgan ap Selyf (613)
Eiludd Powys (613–?)
Beli ap Eiludd vers 655
Gwylog ap Beli (695 –725)
Elisedd ap Gwylog (725–755?)
Brochfael ap Elisedd (755?–773)
Cadell ap Elisedd (773–808)
Cyngen ap Cadell (808–854) Throne usurped by Gwynedd and exiled to Rome where the family endured

House of Manaw

Rhodri Mawr (854–878) of Gwynedd, inheriting through his mother
Merfyn ap Rhodri (878–900)
Llywelyn ap Merfyn (900–942)
Hywel Dda (942–950) Usurped from the Aberffraw line
Owain ap Hywel (950–986)

Ruled thereafter by a cadet branch of the House of Dinefwr, establishing the Mathrafal dynasty of rulers

Maredudd ap Owain (986–999)
Llywelyn ap Seisyll (999–1023), son of Anghered by her first husband. Anghered is the daughter of Maredudd ab Owain
Rhydderch ap Iestyn (1023–1033)
Iago ap Idwal (1033–1039)
Gruffydd ap Llywelyn (1039–1063)

Mathrafal Princes of Powys

Bleddyn ap Cynfyn (1063–1075)
Iorwerth ap Bleddyn 1075–1103 (part)
Cadwgan ap Bleddyn (1075–1111 (part)
Owain ap Cadwgan (1111–1116 (part)
Maredudd ap Bleddyn (1116–1132)
Madog ap Maredudd (1132–1160)

Split Powys

From 1160 Powys was split into two parts.

The southern part was later called Powys Wenwynwyn after Gwenwynwyn ab Owain "Cyfeiliog" ap Madog,

The northern part was called Powys Fadog after Madog ap Gruffydd "Maelor" ap Madog.

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