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Wihtredlocked

(d. 725)
  • S. E. Kelly

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Wihtred (d. 725), king of Kent, was the son of Ecgberht I (d. 673) [see under Eorcenberht] and the brother of Eadric (d. 686) [see under Hlothhere], both rulers in Kent. For several years after Eadric's death Kent had been at the mercy of foreign invaders, who had set their own candidates on the throne: ...

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