The figure of Albion, presented as the son of Neptune and a descendant of Noah's second son Chem or Ham, was the contribution to the early history of Britain of John Bale, described by him as taking control of the realm from the descendants of Samothes (himself the fourth son of Noah's third son, Japhet) - Bale, Catalogus, 6. See also T.D. Kendrick, British Antiquity (1950), 69-73.