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(d. 664)
  • S. E. Kelly


Eorcenberht (d. 664), king of Kent, was the son of his predecessor Eadbald (d. 640) and Ymmae, or Emma (d. 642), who may have been the daughter of a powerful Frankish aristocrat named Erchinoald. The first element of Eorcenberht's name is Frankish (it is identical to that of ...

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