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  1. › wiki › WessexWessex - Wikipedia

    Wessex ( / ˈwɛsɪks /; Old English: Ƿestseaxna rīċe [ˈwestsæɑksnɑ ˈriːtʃe], 'the Kingdom of the West Saxons') was an Anglo-Saxon kingdom in the south of Great Britain, from 519 until England was unified by Æthelstan in 927. The Anglo-Saxons believed that Wessex was founded by Cerdic and Cynric, but this may be a legend.

  2. Wessex, one of the kingdoms of Anglo-Saxon England, whose ruling dynasty eventually became kings of the whole country. In its permanent nucleus, its land approximated that of the modern counties of Hampshire, Dorset, Wiltshire, and Somerset.

  3. › where-is-wessex-englandWhere is wessex england?

    Which part of England was Wessex? The kingdom of Wessex was an Anglo-Saxon kingdom of the West Saxons in South West England, from the 6th century until the emergence of a united English state under the Wessex dynasty in the 10th century. It was to be an earldom after Canute the Great's conquest of 1016, from 1020 to 1066.

  4. 23/11/2018 · The Kingdom of Wessex (c. 519-927 CE or c. 519-1066 CE) was a political entity founded by the West Saxon Chieftain Cerdic (r. 519-540 CE) in 519 CE in the Upper Thames Valley of modern-day Britain which would later evolve into the modern nation. The difference in dates concerning the end of the kingdom has to do with whether one accepts the final ...

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  5. › world-history › Where_is_WessexWhere is Wessex? - Answers

    23/02/2009 · Wessex was one of the ancient Saxon Kingdoms of England, it broadly included what is now called "The West Country" - Devon, Dorset and parts of Somerset. === === Wessex was an Anglo-Saxon kingdom...