The History of the Kings of Britain - Part Two: Before the Romans Came Summary & Analysis

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Part Two: Before the Romans Came Summary and Analysis

Brutus has three sons by Ignoge: Locrinus, Kamber and Albanactus. When Brutus dies, his sons bury him in the walls of the city and divide the rule of the country amongst themselves. Kamber takes the part which is now Wales, Albanactus rules what is now Scotland, and Locrinus oversees the rest. Humber, the king of the Huns, lands in Albanctus' lands and kills the ruler. Locrinus and Kamber join together to face Humber. The Huns' leader is driven back to the river and drowned. The river is thereafter called the Humber River. Locrinus divides the battle spoils among his men, keeping treasure found on the ships and three beautiful women for himself. Estrildis is the daughter of the German king and was captured by Humber. Locrinus is infatuated with the girl...

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