Keledon. Although her reign was short, lasting only ten years from 1375-85, she is remembered for her piety and nobilty. Under her guidance some of the older hill carvings of the ancient Keledoni were recut and restored. She was also well-known for her distaste for politics and dipolmacy, prefering to leave such matters to her council.
Bethan's epithet 'the Light' was bestowed on her for three reasons: 1) her slight frame and short stature; 2) her hands-off involvement in political matters; and 3) for the great bonfires and feasts she sponsored every Longest Night .