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Kings of the South Saxonslocked

(act. 477–772)
  • S. E. Kelly

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Kings of the South Saxons (act. 477–772), rulers in the area of modern Sussex, with portions of Kent and Hampshire, are for the most part obscure, their names supplied by the occasional charter and their dates a matter for abstruse calculation. The traditional founder of the kingdom was ...

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