A Constitutional and Legal History of England

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KINGS

ANGLO-SAXON KINGDOMS

Northumbria
Ethelfrith, 593-617
Edwin, 617-633
Oswald, 635-642
Oswy, 642-670
Ecgfrith, 670-685

Mercia
Penda, 626-655
Ethelbald, 716-757
Offa II, 757-796
Cenulf, 796-821

Kent
Ethelbert, 560-616

Wessex
Ine, 688-726
Egbert, 802-839
Ethelwulf, 839-858
Ethelbald, 858-860
Ethelbert, 860-866
Ethelred, 866-871

ENGLAND
Alfred, 871-899
Edward, 899-924
Ethelstan, 924-939
Edmund, 939-946
Edred, 946-955
Edwig, 955-959
Edgar, 959-975
Edward, 975-978
Ethelred, 978-1016
Edmund, 1016
Canute, 1017-1035
Harold, 1035-1040
Harthacanute, 1040-1042
Edward, 1042-1066
Harold, 1066

NORMANS
William I, 1066-1087
William II, 1087-1100
Henry I, 1100-1135
Stephen, 1135-1154

ANGEVINS
Henry II, 1154-1189
Richard I, 1189-1199
John, 1199-1216
Henry III, 1216-1272
Edward I, 1272-1307
Edward II, 1307-1327
Edward III, 1327-1377
Richard II, 1377-1399

LANCASTRIANS
Henry IV, 1399-1413
Henry V, 1413-1422
Henry VI, 1422-1461

YORKISTS
Edward IV, 1461-1483
Edward V, 1483
Richard III, 1483-1485

TUDORS
Henry VII, 1485-1509
Henry VIII, 1509-1547
Edward VI, 1547-1553
Mary, 1553-1558
Elizabeth I, 1558-1603

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