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Encyclopedia > Cynegils of Wessex

Cynegils of Wessex (died 643) (Means roughly 'Royal Arrow Shaft') was King of Wessex (611-643). He was the son of King Ceol of Wessex. He succeeded his uncle King Ceolwulf upon his death. In 614, Cynegils and his son Cwichelm, defeated the Welsh at Brampton. In 628, the two fought King Penda of Mercia at Cirencester. This ended with a treaty signing. In 634, Cynegils allowed Bishop Birinus to preach Christianity for the first time in Wessex. The next year Birinus baptized both King Cynegils and King Oswald of Northumbria. The year after that Cwichelm was baptized, although he died that year fighting the Welsh. Cynegils died in 643 and was succeeded by his son Cenwalh. Map of the British Isles circa 802 Wessex was one of the seven major Anglo-Saxon kingdoms (the Heptarchy) that preceded the Kingdom of England. ... This is a list of monarchs of Wessex until 924. ... Alternate meaning: phone number 6-1-1 Events Kalakmul defeats Palenque Cynegils becomes King of Wessex Births Deaths Ceolwulf of Wessex Categories: 611 ... Events Rothari, King of the Lombards, issues the Lombard law code. ... Ceol of Wessex, also known as Ceola or Ceolric, was King of Wessex (591 or 592-597). ... Ceolwulf of Wessex (died 611) was King of Wessex (597-611). ... Events The Persian Empire under general Shahrbaraz captures and sacks Jerusalem; the Church of the Holy Sepulchre is damaged by fire and the True Cross is captured. ... The Welsh (Cymry) are an ethnic group or nation associated with Wales and the Welsh language, which is a Celtic language. ... // Brampton is the name of a number of places in the world: Canada Brampton, Ontario United Kingdom East of England Brampton, Cambridgeshire RAF Brampton Brampton, Norfolk Brampton, Suffolk East Midlands Brampton, Derbyshire Old Brampton, Derbyshire Brampton, Lincolnshire The Bramptons of Northamptonshire: Church Brampton and Chapel Brampton Brampton Valley Way North... Events Khusro II of Persia overthrown Pippin of Landen becomes Mayor of the Palace Brahmagupta writes the Brahmasphutasiddhanta Births Deaths Empress Suiko of Japan Theodelinda, queen of the Lombards Categories: 628 ... Stained glass window from the cloister of Worcester Cathedral showing the death of Penda of Mercia. ... Cirencester is a market town in Gloucestershire, England, 93 miles (150 km) west northwest of London. ... Single European Act A treaty is a binding agreement under international law entered into by actors in international law, namely states and international organizations. ... Events The Arabs invade Palestine. ... Birinus (c. ... Baptism in early Christian art. ... Oswald (c. ... Cenwalh (died 674) was the king of Wessex from 643 to 674, except for a brief period (645 – 648) when he was driven out of his kingdom by Penda of Mercia. ...


Cynegils had five children:

Preceded by:
Ceolwulf
King of Wessex
611 - 643
Succeeded by:
Cenwalh

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EBK: Cynegils, King of Wessex (430 words)
Cynegils was the son of King Ceol of Wessex.
It was sealed by the marriage of Cynegils' son, Cenwalh, to Penda's sister.
Wessex was again defeated, at the Battle of Cirencester, and it may have been at this time that the western section of the Wansdyke was constructed to keep the enemy from expanding further.
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