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(d. 716)
  • S. E. Kelly


Ceolred (d. 716), king of the Mercians, was the son of Æthelred (d. after 704), king of the Mercians, and probably also of Æthelred's wife, Osthryth (d. 697) daughter of the Northumbrian king Oswiu. On Æthelred's abdication in 704, Coenred, the son of ...

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