Cerdic


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Cerdic

(kûr`dĭk, sûr`–), d. 534, traditional founder of the kingdom of Wessex. A Saxon, he and his son Cynric landed on the southern coast of England in 495. Little is certain about him except that later West Saxon kings traced their descent from him through his son Cynric and his grandson Ceawlin.
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I managed to go back even further to King Cerdic in 500AD using the Anglo Saxon Chronicles, but I can't go back any further than that, although I can still go sideways, so my search isn't over.
Such a reversal, you might have thought, would be at least as big a story as the Senator's knowledge of all the kings of England since Cerdic (A.
Who knows, the film allows her and Lance a few significant looks but then forgets all about any romantic triangle and gets on with the business of hacking and slashing as the party has to fight its way back to the Roman outpost pursued by long haired and inexplicably gruff American accented Saxon psycho Cerdic (Stellan Skarsgard) and his equally sociopathic son (Til Schweiger).
Albert can trace his lineage all the way back to King Cerdic, the first king of Wessex, who invaded Britain in about 500AD.
All have charisma and at least they're not stupid like the Saxons, led by Stellan Skarsgard as Cerdic, a lugubrious blond dolt with an American accent and plaits in his beard.
Keira is just about the only female in the film, which also stars Ray Winstone as Bors, Mads Mikkelsen as Tristan, Joel Edgerton as Gawain, Ray Stevenson as Dagonet, Stephen Dillane as Merlin, Stellan Skarsgard as Cerdic and Ken Stott as Marcus Honorius.
The first Wessex kings were Cerdic and Cynric who landed in Hampshire in about 494AD, conquered the area and expanded.
Having served their time, the men look forward to a bright future, only to be blackmailed into undertaking one final mission: to rescue a boy, important to the Roman empire, from the advancing Saxon hordes, led by Cerdic (Skarsgard) and his hot-headed son Cynric (Schweiger).
Having served their 15-year tour of duty, Arthur and his men are blackmailed into one final mission: to rescue a boy, important to the Roman Empire, from the advancing Saxon hordes, led by Cerdic and his son Cynric.
Now with Rome in retreat, the knights and tree-huggers will find common cause in the big, bad, blond to the bone Saxon invaders, newly arrived from Germany and led by Cerdic the Entertainer (Stellan Skarsgard).
The mission goes ahead, however, bringing him face to face with Saxon leader Cerdic (Stellan Skarsgard).