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Mercia was an Anglo-Saxon kingdom covering the region now known as the English Midlands.
Mercia or Mercian may also refer to:
- Mercia or Mercia Sound, former names for the local radio station Free Radio Coventry & Warwickshire
- Mercia Inshore Search and Rescue, an volunteer water-rescue organisation
- Mercia MacDermott (born 1927), writer and historian
- Mercian Brigade, an historic unit in the British Army
- Mercian Cycles, a bicycle manufacturer
- Mercian dialect, a dialect of Old English spoken in Anglo-Saxon Mercia
- Mercian Regiment, a present-day unit of the British Army
- Mercian Corporation operating unit of Kirin Company, Limited, a producer and distributor of retail wine products.
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