Cynegils

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Oswald Of Northumbria - Overlordship
... he stood as sponsor to the baptism of their king, Cynegils, and married Cynegils' daughter ... it is uncertain whether this was a son from his marriage to Cynegils' daughter or from an earlier relationship—since Æthelwald began ruling in Deira in 651, it has been argued that a son from ...
Cwichelm Of Wessex
... in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle for 614 "This year Cynegils and Cwichelm fought at Beandun), and slew two thousand and forty-six of the Welsh." Bede records that ... West Saxon King Cwichelm, and does not mention Cynegils ... In 628, Cynegils and Cwichelm fought King Penda at Cirencester ...
Cynegils Of Wessex
... Cynegils was King of Wessex from c ... Cynegils is traditionally considered to have been King of Wessex, but the familiar kingdoms of the so-called Heptarchy had not yet formed from the patchwork of smaller kingdoms in his ... Anglo-Saxon Chronicle is that the kingdom of Cynegils was located on the upper River Thames, extending into northern Wiltshire and Somerset, southern Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire, and western Berkshire ...
St Michael And St Mary Magdalene's Church, Easthampstead - History
... According to legend, it was here that Cynegils, king of the West Saxons, first accepted Christianity in AD 635 ... The window depicts Cynegils King of Wessex’s baptism, witnessed by King Oswald of Northumbria and two of the daughters of Cynegils ...
Birinus - Life and Ministry
... In 635, he persuaded the West Saxon king Cynegils to allow him to preach ... Cynegils was trying to create an alliance with Oswald of Northumbria, with whom he intended to fight the Mercians ... Cynegils then converted and was baptized ...