'Old Walker' | Henbedestyr
Son of Erim, one of five brothers, and one of Arthur’s warriors. He was faster than any man, on horseback or on foot.
'Old Comrade' | Hengydymeith
An Arthurian warrior.
'Old Skin' | Hengroen
Hen Ogledd, Yr
'Old North' | Yr Hen Ogledd
The Welsh term for the parts of what is now southern Scotland and northern England in the years between 500 and the Viking invasions of c. 800. Scholars use the term Hen Ogledd, or 'Old North' from Welsh poetry to refer to kingdoms in Britain, such as Rheged.
Hen Was the Swift
'Old Servant' | Henwas Adeiniawg
Son of Erim, one of five brothers, and one of Arthur’s warriors. He could ran faster than any animal. He is probably identical with a similar character called Anwas the Winged.
An enchanted pig in Welsh legend. See Henwen.
'Old Face' | Henwyneb
One of Arthur's warriors in Welsh legend with the ability of alliteration.