The Coat of Paternus

The cloak granted to Paternus by Magnus Maximus as a symbol of his office as a foederati commander was taken to Venedotia by his grandson Cunedda, something his younger brother Lot still resents. Both he and his nephew Catuvellaunus Long-Arm consider the cloak theirs by right.

Current Whereabouts

The coat was taken by the Irish Déisi, and is currently held by Galchobhar, one of their chieftains in Ireland.

Magical Properties

“If a well-born man put it on, it would be the right size for him; if a churl, it would not go upon him.”


Not yet known.

The Coat of Paternus

Restitutor Orbis Jason