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Danius of Britain

According to Geoffrey of Monmouth, king of Britain in the fourth or third century BC.

He was the son of King Sisillius and the brother of King Kimar, who he succeeded.

Danius took a concubine named Tangustela and had a son named Morvid, who became king of Britain after Danius’s death.

Historia Regum Britanniae | Geoffrey of Monmouth, c. 1138