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Mythische Britse koning
Het tweede huis van Cornwall
Voorganger Porrex II
Opvolger Fulgenius
Periode 245 v.Chr. - 240 v.Chr.
Persoonlijke gegevens
Vader Porrex II
Kinderen Fulgenius, Edadus en Andragius

Dit artikel is deels gebaseerd op Geoffrey van Monmouths Historia regum Britanniae. Gegevens uit dit werk komen vaak niet overeen met de historische werkelijkheid.

Cherin was volgens de legende, zoals beschreven door Geoffrey van Monmouth, koning van Brittannië van 245 v.Chr. - 240 v.Chr. Hij was de zoon van koning Porrex II en werd achtereenvolgens opgevolgd door zijn zonen Fulgenius, Edadus en Andragius.

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