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Madoc was a legendary Welsh prince who allegedly discovered America in 1170.
Madoc or Madog is a Welsh masculine given name and can also refer to:
People in history:
- Madoc ap Uthyr, son of Uther Pendragon, father of Eliwlod and brother of King Arthur
- Madog ap Rhiryd a 12th-century prince of part of Powys
- Madog ap Maredudd, the last prince of a united Kingdom of Powys
- Princes of Powys Fadog in north-east Wales:
- Madog ap Gruffydd Maelor, son of Madog ap Maredudd, prince 1191-1236
- Madog II ap Gruffydd, Lord of Dinas Bran, son of Gruffydd II ap Madog, prince 1269-1277
- Madog Crypl, grandson of Madog II ap Gruffydd, prince 1289-1304, sometimes known as Madog III
- Madog Fychan, probably son of Madog Crypl, prince 1304-c.1325
- Madog ap Llywelyn, a 13th-century prince of the Kingdom of Gwynedd
In culture pertaining to Wales:
- Maen Madoc, a menhir (standing stone) in the Brecon Beacons
- Madoc (poem), an 1805 poem by Robert Southey
- Madog, a poem by T. Gwynn Jones
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