Budic II of Brittany
Born in Cornouaille to Cybydan, a member of one of the royal families, Budic is said to have been expelled and fled to the court of King Aircol Lawhir of Dyfed, where he wed Arianwedd, the daughter of Saint Issel and the sister of Saint Teilo. At some point, he returned to Cornouaille to claim the Breton throne, later joined by Saint Teilo whom he reputedly persuaded to rid the area of a terrible dragon that had been terrorising the countryside. Teilo was able to subdue the beast and tied it to a rock in the sea. Some sources claim he died in 545. However, this contradicts other sources which claim that Saint Teilo had fled to France in 549 to escape the Yellow Plague of Rhos and had spent time in Brittany in Budic's company.
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