Burgundus

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Burgundus was the mythical founder of the Burgundian tribe. He was named as one of the five sons of Armenon, or Irmin, in Nennius' Historia Brittonum [1]. Irmin was the son of Mannus (Alanus in the Historia Brittonum), in myth variously a war god or the first man to dwell in Europe.