Creoda of Wessex
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For the possible first Mercian monarch, see Creoda of Mercia.
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Creoda of Wessex (b. c. 493) is a shadowy figure in early Wessex history, mentioned only in the regnal list in the preface of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. There he is stated to have been the son of Cerdic and father to Cynric.
- Creoda 1 at Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England (Single entry for both Creoda of Wessex and Creoda of Mercia).
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