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Berhtwulf [Beorhtwulf]locked

(d. 852?)
  • S. E. Kelly


Berhtwulf [Beorhtwulf] (d. 852?), king of the Mercians, is usually regarded as the direct successor of King Wiglaf, although the Passio sancti Wigstani, which may be based on a ninth-century source, claims that Wiglaf's son, Wigmund, ruled in the intervening period. The circumstances of ...

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