Rulers of Barbarian Europe

Rulers of Barbarian Europe
   Anglo-Saxon Kings of Wessex and England
   • Cerdic (519-534)
   • Cynric (534-560)
   • Ceawlin (560-592)
   • Ceol (591-597)
   • Ceolwulf (597-611)
   • Cynegils (611-643)
   • Cenwelh (643-674)
   • Seaxburh (674-676)
   • Centwine (676-685)
   • Caedwalla (685-688)
   • Ine (688-726)
   • Aethelherd (726-740)
   • Cuthred (740-756)
   • Sigeberht (756-757)
   • Cynewulf (757-786)
   • Brihtric (786-802)
   • Egbert (802-839)
   • Æthelwulf (839-860)
   • Æthelbald (855-860)
   • Æthelberht (860-865)
   • Æthelred (865-871)
   • Alfred the Great (871-899)
   • Edward the Elder (899-924)
   • Æthelstan (924-939, first king of England)
   • Edmund I (939-946)
   • Eadred (946-955)
   • Eadwig (955-959)
   • Edgar (959-975)
   • Edward the Martyr (975-978)
   • Æthelred the Unready (978-1013)

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