Constantine and Gerontius in Britain

Quote from Clarkson's The Picts: A History (2008): "Constantine reigned for more than thirty years [in Pictland] until his death in 820. He bore an unusual name which was especially rare within the northern context. Its use among royal families had previously been confined to Dumnonia, a territory encompassing modern Devon and Cornwall. After the... Continue Reading →

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