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(d. 654?)
  • S. E. Kelly


Anna (d. 654?), king of the East Angles, became king after the Mercian king Penda invaded and killed King Ecgric and the former king, Sigeberht. Anna was the son of Eni, brother of Rædwald, an earlier ruler of the East Angles. His accession must have taken place at some point after ...

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