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Æthelberht IIlocked

(d. 762)
  • S. E. Kelly


Æthelberht II (d. 762), joint king of Kent, succeeded to the kingdom of Kent with his brother Eadberht I (d. 748) in 725 after the long reign of their father, Wihtred (d. 725), who had re-established the kingdom's independence after the foreign invasions of the late 680s. Their half-brother ...

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