|King of the Picts|
|Predecessor||Ciniod, son of Uurad|
|Successor||Drest, son of Uurad|
|Father||Fokel or Uuthoil|
Bridei (Scottish Gaelic: Brude) was king of the Picts, in modern Scotland, from 843 to 845, contesting with Kenneth MacAlpin (Cináed III mac Ailpín/Ciniod III [son of] Elphin). According to the Pictish Chronicle, he was the son of Uuthoil (or in Gaelic Fochel, Fotel; Fodel).
- Skene, William F. (1867). Chronicles of the Picts and Scots. Edinburgh: H. M. General Register House. p. 150. Retrieved 8 August 2016.
Ciniod, son of Uurad
| King of the Picts
Drest, son of Uurad
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