Anlawdd Wledig (Amlawdd Vledig)

   Anlawdd appears in the genealogies as a great progenitor, father or ancestor of many of the great personages from the legends. 
   He was the father of Tywynwedd the mother of Caradawc Vreichvras, Gwyn ab Nudd, Gwallawc ab Lleenawg, and Tyvrydog mab Arwystli Gloff. Tyvrydog was a saint who flourished in the sixth century. (Rees' Welsh Saints, p. 276.).
   Eigr, the fair Ygraine of romance and mother of King Arthur, is likewise said to have been the daughter of Anlawdd, by Gwen, the daughter of Cunedda Wledig. Amlawdd is also credited with being the father of Goleuddydd and Rieingulid who were, respectively, the mothers of Arthur's cousins, Culhwch and Illtyd.