Viewing Catraeth through a different lens.
You have a real flair for telling of historical events without it being boring. You did a great job.
Thank you for your work, as a breton from the continent, i'm trying also to sort out what is historical from what is legendary. Mostly for the 367 - 410 period.
It has been recorded that the region where the battle of Catreath was fought was in the southern region of an area between Edinburgh and York. (Perhaps Catterick) Peopled by a tribe known as the Gododdini who at the time fought the said battle against the Romans.
The Welsh Bard then would have wrote Y Gododdini as an historical account before the successful battle of Camlan par say(?)