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Cunobelinus:

see CymbelineCymbeline
or Cunobelinus
, d. c.A.D. 40, British king. His conquest of the Trinovantes (of Essex) reportedly made him the wealthiest and most powerful ruler in SE England. After his death his kingdom was divided between his sons Togodumnus and Caractacus.
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Cunobelinus

also called Cymbeline. died ?42 ad, British ruler of the Catuvellauni tribe (?10--?42); founder of Colchester (?10)
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Experts believe that this was the home of Cunobelin, 1st Century King of the Britons and arch-enemy of Emperor Claudius.
The Romans were seen as dodgy grape-lovers and the distinction was highlighted by the powerful Celtic king Cunobelin who minted patriotic gold coins with an ear of barley on one side.