• Culture Group: British

Political SignificanceEdit

As the northernmost British kingdom, Strat Clut blocked one of two easy routes from the highlands into southern Britain. It's kings, ruling from Alo Cluat, dominated the surrounding countryside.


Strat Clut was one of several kingdoms the Romans erected when they retreated from Antonine's Wall. Its dynasty was strong enough to endure Pictish attacks and the dynamic politics of British kingdoms during the fifth and sixth centuries and would survive for hundreds of years after that.


  • The Demon of Lleuenydd
  • "The Quandaries of Kentigern"