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(d. 759)
  • David Rollason


Oswulf (d. 759), king of Northumbria, was the son of Eadberht (d. 768) and descendant of the founder of the Bernician royal house, Ida, via his son Ocga. He succeeded to the throne on his father's abdication in 758, only to be killed by his household (...

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