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... The various chronicles that mention Beadwulf contain occasional minor differences in the dating of events ... The Saxon Chronicle says that Beadwulf was consecrated bishop of Candida Casa by Archbishop Eanbald I and Bishop Æthelberht of Hexham on 17 July 791 ... The Saxon Chronicle says that Eardwulf succeeded to the Northumbrian kingdom on 14 May 795, and was consecrated on 26 May 795 at York by Archbishop Eanbald I and bishops Æthel ...
1134) Son of Vortigern fought alongside his brother Vortimer against the Saxons Cerdic of Wessex Anglo Saxon Chronicle, 9th century First King of Wessex, an ancestor of. 11th century Cousin of Arthur's in early Welsh legend Cynric of Wessex Anglo Saxon Chronicle, 9th century Second King of Wessex, son of Cerdic Dagonet ... The Ecclesiastical History of the English People, AD 721 Historia Regum Britanniae An Anglo-Saxon king killed by Uther Pendragon Horsa's brother Hueil mab Caw Huail Culhwch and Olwen, c 1110 Vita Gildas, Welsh ...
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