Gurguint Barbtruc (Gwrgant Varf Drwch en gallois) est un roi légendaire de l’île de Bretagne (actuelle Grande-Bretagne), dont l’« histoire » est rapportée par Geoffroy de Monmouth dans son Historia regum Britanniae (vers 1135). Il est le fils de Belin le Grand.

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  • Gurguint Barbtruc (Gwrgant Varf Drwch en gallois) est un roi légendaire de l’île de Bretagne (actuelle Grande-Bretagne), dont l’« histoire » est rapportée par Geoffroy de Monmouth dans son Historia regum Britanniae (vers 1135). Il est le fils de Belin le Grand.
  • Gurguit Barbtruc o Gurguint Barbtruc (in gallese Gwrgant Varf Drwch) fu un leggendario sovrano della Britannia, menzionato da Goffredo di Monmouth nella sua Historia Regum Britanniae. Era figlio di Belino e viene considerato colui che fondò una patria sicura per gli irlandesi.Gurguit fu un sovrano pacifico, come suo padre e suo nonno prima di lui. Tuttavia, quando il re danese si rifiutò di pagare il tributo, Gurguit veleggiò verso la Danimarca, la invase e uccise il sovrano, assoggettando in questo modo il paese. Durante il viaggio di ritorno incontrò una flotta di 30 navi, con uomini e donne, detti Basclenses (irlandese), guidata da Partholoim. Costoro erano stati esiliati dalla Spagna e andavano errando in cerca di una nuova terra dove stabilirsi. Gurguit non gli permise di insediarsi in Britannia, ma diede loro l'isola d'Irlanda, che fino a quel momento era disabitata.Una volta morto, Gurguit fu sepolto a Caerleon. A lui successe Guithelin.
  • Gurguit Barbtruc (Welsh: Gwrgant Farfdrwch) was a legendary king of the Britons as accounted by Geoffrey of Monmouth. He was the son of Belinus and was said to have found a home for the Irish people.Gurguit was a peaceful king who followed in the manner of his father and grandfather. Yet, when the king of the Danes refused to pay tribute to Belinus's son, Gurguit took a fleet and invaded Denmark, killing the king and reducing the country to subservience.On the return voyage, Gurguit came across a fleet of thirty ships of men and women, called Basclenses (Irish), under the leadership of Partholoim. They had been exiled from Spain and sought a new land to live in. Gurguit did not allow them to settle in Britain but he gave them the isle of Ireland to settle, which was uninhabited until then.Gurguit died peacefully and was buried in the Caerleon, a city he built up from the time his father founded it. Guithelin succeeded him to the kingship.
  • Gurguit Barbtruc (Welsh: Gwrgant Varf Drwch) was volgens de legende, zoals beschreven door Geoffrey of Monmouth, koning van Brittannië van 374 v.Chr. - 369 v.Chr. Hij was de zoon van Belinus, en er wordt gezegd dat hij de stichter is van Ierland.Gurguit was een vredelievend koning. Toen echter de Deense koning weigerde Belinus' zoon eer te bewijzen trok Gurguit ten strijde tegen de Denen. Na de invasie van Denemarken werd de Deense koning gedood, en werd het land ondergeschikt gemaakt aan de Britse kroon.Op de terugreis ontmoette Gurguit een vloot van dertig schepen met mensen die zich Basclenses noemden. Zij stonden onder leiding van Parholoim, en waren verbannen uit Spanje. Zij waren op zoek naar een nieuw land om zich te vestigen. Gurguit gaf hun geen toestemming zich in Brittannië te vestigen, maar gaf hun het eiland Ierland, dat tot dan toe onbewoond was.Gurguit stierf in vrede, en werd begraven in City of Legions, een stad die zijn vader had gesticht. Guithelin volgde hem als koning op.
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  • Gurguint Barbtruc (Gwrgant Varf Drwch en gallois) est un roi légendaire de l’île de Bretagne (actuelle Grande-Bretagne), dont l’« histoire » est rapportée par Geoffroy de Monmouth dans son Historia regum Britanniae (vers 1135). Il est le fils de Belin le Grand.
  • Gurguit Barbtruc (Welsh: Gwrgant Farfdrwch) was a legendary king of the Britons as accounted by Geoffrey of Monmouth. He was the son of Belinus and was said to have found a home for the Irish people.Gurguit was a peaceful king who followed in the manner of his father and grandfather.
  • Gurguit Barbtruc o Gurguint Barbtruc (in gallese Gwrgant Varf Drwch) fu un leggendario sovrano della Britannia, menzionato da Goffredo di Monmouth nella sua Historia Regum Britanniae. Era figlio di Belino e viene considerato colui che fondò una patria sicura per gli irlandesi.Gurguit fu un sovrano pacifico, come suo padre e suo nonno prima di lui.
  • Gurguit Barbtruc (Welsh: Gwrgant Varf Drwch) was volgens de legende, zoals beschreven door Geoffrey of Monmouth, koning van Brittannië van 374 v.Chr. - 369 v.Chr. Hij was de zoon van Belinus, en er wordt gezegd dat hij de stichter is van Ierland.Gurguit was een vredelievend koning. Toen echter de Deense koning weigerde Belinus' zoon eer te bewijzen trok Gurguit ten strijde tegen de Denen.
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