Nightbringer | The Arthurian Online Encyclopedia

Clydno Eiddin

Clydno Eidin, Clydno Eiddyn
Clydno of Edinburgh

A warrior from Edinburgh who fathered Arthur’s warrior Cynon and a daughter named Eurneit (or a warrior named Eurneid?).

The owner of a cauldron and a halter, two items considered as part of the Thirteen Treasures of Britain.

A historical Clydno was a leader of northern Britain in the sixth century.

The name Clydno is Welsh and means ‘famous’.

Culhwch and Olwen | Late 11th century
Owain | 13th century