Owain ap Beli ap Coellyn King of the Silures 
- Born: About 0100, Trinovantes (Roman Britain)
- Marriage: Unknown
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The Trinovantes or Trinobantes were one of the Celtic tribes that lived in pre-Roman Britain . Their territory was on the north side of the Thames in current Essex and Suffolk , and included lands now located in Greater London . Their name derives from the Celtic intensive prefix "tri-" and "novio" - new, but with an applied sense of vigorous or lively - so the name literally means "the very vigorous people". Their capital was Camulodunum (modern Colchester), one proposed site of the legendary Camelot .
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