Eardwulf or Eardulf is an Anglo-Saxon male name. It may refer to:

  • Eardwulf of Northumbria, (floruit late 8th/early 9th century), ruler of Northumbria
  • Eardwulf of Kent (floruit middle 8th century), ruler of Kent
  • Eardwulf, Bishop of Dunwich (floruit middle 8th century), Bishop of Dunwich
  • Eardwulf of Rochester (floruit middle 8th century), Bishop of Rochester
  • Eardwulf of Lindisfarne (floruit late 9th century), Bishop of Lindisfarne

See also Eadwulf, Ealdwulf (disambiguation)

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