Three Fettered War-Bands of the Islands of Britain:
  • The War-Band of Cadwallawn Long-Arm, who each one put the fetters of their horses on their (own) feet, when fighting with Serygei the Irishman at the Irishmens' Rocks in Môn;
  • And the second, the War-Band of Rhiwallawn son of Urien when fighting with the Saxons;
  • And the third, the War-Band of Belyn of Llyn when fighting with Edwin at Bryn Edwin in Rhos.

Urien is of course Urien of Rheged, who becomes King Urians in Le Mort d'Arthur.

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