Eardwulf of Kent

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Eardwulf was King of Kent, jointly with Æðelberht II.

Eardwulf is known from two charters, one is undated [1], but identifies Eardwulf’s father as Eadberht I (a patre meo Eadberhtuo); the other has a date that is incompatible with its witness list [2]), as it is dated 762, but witnessed by Archbishop Cuðbert, who died in 760; it was also witnessed by King Æðelberht II (Aethilberchtus rex Cantie).

Preceded by
Æthelbert II
King of Kent
747–765
Succeeded by
Sigered

See also[edit]

List of monarchs of Kent

Chronology of Kentish Kings