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Cenwulflocked

(d. 821)
  • M. K. Lawson

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Cenwulf (d. 821), king of the Mercians, was the son of Cuthbert and, according to a contemporary genealogy, descended from Cenwalh, brother of King Penda (d. 655). He succeeded the son of Offa, Ecgfrith [see under Offa], whose brief reign ended in December 796. ...

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Oxford Medieval Texts
D. Whitelock, D. C. Douglas, & S. I. Tucker, eds. and trans., (1961)
T. Arnold, ed., , 2 vols., RS, 75 (1882–5); repr. (1965)
John of Worcester, ed. R. R. Darlington & P. McGurk, trans. J. Bray & P. McGurk, 2–3; OMT (1995–) [vol. 1 forthcoming]