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- Sigeberht (meaning roughly "Magnificent Victory") was the King of Wes**** from 756 to 757. Sigeberht succeeded his distant relative Cuthred, but was then...
- (means roughly 'Magnificent Victory', also Siegbert, Sigbert, Sigibert, Sigeberht, or Siegeberht) was the name of several early Frankish and Anglo-Saxon...
- Sigeberht II, nicknamed the Good (Bonus) or the Blessed (Sanctus), was King of the East Saxons (r. c. 653 to ? 660 x 661), in succession to his relative...
- male descendant of Cerdic. Cynewulf became king after his predecessor, Sigeberht, was deposed. He may have come to power under the influence of Æthelbald...
- but he left a stronger and more independent Wes****. He was succeeded by Sigeberht who is identified as his distant relative. House of Wes**** family tree...
- Sigeberht of East Anglia (also known as Saint Sigebert), (Old English: Sigebryht) was a saint and a king of East Anglia, the Anglo-Saxon kingdom which...
- specifically anti-Christian. The kingdom reconverted to Christianity under Sigeberht II the Good following a mission by St Cedd who established monasteries...
- kinsman Sigeberht returned from exile and they ruled East Anglia jointly, with Ecgric perhaps ruling the northern part of the kingdom. Sigeberht succeeded...
- Es**** royal family and that Sigeberht was Rædwald's stepson, as was stated by William of Malmesbury in the 12th century. Sigeberht earned the enmity of his...
- Sigeberht the Little was king of Es**** from 623? to 653. A Sigeberht was the son of Sæward, who was slain in battle against forces from Wes**** in 623(...