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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12) His discourse on the Conquest runs as follows: "AElla and his sons arrived in Kent, and they soon founded the kingdom of Sussex; Cerdic.
Doctrines et praxis des rapports eglise-etat du XVIIIe siecle a Jean-Paul II (Strasbourg: Cerdic Publications, 1981), 20-24.
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The focus of the story is now on the five children of Thirrin and Oskan: Cressida, the heir; Eodred and Cerdic, the warrior twins; Medea, the holder of the Gift; and Charlemagne, "Sharly," the youngest at 14 whose lame leg has kept him from carrying on the Lindenshield warrior tradition.
Gaimar's Estoire des Engleis was meant as a continuation to his lost Estoire des Bretuns, and the narrative begins with the arrival of Cerdic in Britain in the late fifth or early sixth century.
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His invented main characters, or those actual historical figures like Cerdic and Roussel de Balliol who are so obscure they might as well be invented, are on the whole more successful than his recreations of known personalities.
Adding to the chaos of the retreating Romans and the insurgency of the Woads are the Saxons, an invading Germanic tribe led by Cerdic (Stellan Skarsgard, who seems to enjoy being the heavy) headed south toward Hadrian's Wall - a fortification that cuts Britain in half.
Having served their 15-year tour of duty, Arthur and his men are blackmailed into undertaking one final mission: to rescue a boy, important to the Roman Empire, from the advancing Saxon hordes, led by Cerdic (Stellan Skarsgard) and his hot-headed son Cynric (Til 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.