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- Caradog ap Bran, son of Bran the Blessed in Welsh mythology
- Caratacus, first-century British chieftain at the time of the Roman conquest
- Caradog, father of Eudaf Hen and Elen, wife of Magnus Maximus
- Caradocus, mythical British king of the fourth century
- Caradoc, suitor of Saint Winifred
- Caradog ap Meirion, eighth-century king of Gwynedd
- Caradoc, figure from history and the Matter of Britain
- Caradoc of Llancarfan, twelfth century author of a Life of Gildas
- Saint Caradoc, 12th century Welsh hermit
- Griffith Rhys Jones (Caradog), conductor of the famous Côr Mawr of some 460 voices (the South Wales Choral Union), which twice won first prize at Crystal Palace choral competitions in London in the 1870s.
- Caradog Roberts, 19th century Welsh composer
- Caradog Prichard, 20th century Welsh poet and novelist
- Caradog W. James, Welsh filmmaker
- An antagonist named for Griffith Rhys Jones in Susan Cooper's novel The Grey King
- Caer Caradoc, a hill in the English county of Shropshire
- Caradoc, a Ordovician#Subdivisions
- HMS Caradoc, two ships of the Royal Navy
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