Beli Mawr ab Manogan

   Beli, surnamed the Great (mawr), was king over Britain forty years, and was succeeded in the sovereignty by his sons, Lludd and Caswallawn, better known as Cassivelaunus. In the Armes attributed to Taliesin, Beli is thus addressed,-

"Greatly do I honour thee
Victorious Beli,
Son of Manogan the king.
Do thou preserve the glory
Of the Honey Island of Beli."
Myv. Arch. I. p. 73.