Cissa dari Sussex

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Cissa
Raja Sussex
Anglo-Saxon Chronicle - cissa (British Library Cotton MS Tiberius A VI, folio 4r).jpg
Penyebutan tentang Cissa, putra Ælle, dalam Kronik Anglo-Saxon
Berkuasa514–567?
PendahuluÆlle
PenerusÆthelwealh dari Sussex
Anaktidak diketahui

Cissa merupakan seorang raja Saxon legendaris dari Sussex, ia adalah putra dan penerus Ælle yang bertakhta pada sekitar tahun 514 atau 515. Ia meninggal tanpa keturunan. Setelah kematiannya, raja Wessex Ceawlin merebut Sussex, yang dilanjutkan oleh penerusnya Ceolric dan Ceolwulf. Pada tahun 648, Æthelwealh dimakzulkan sebagai raja Sussex oleh Saxon Barat.

Ia akan memberikan namanya ke kota Chichester.

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Pranala luar[sunting | sunting sumber]

  • St Thomas a Becket - Parish Church at the East end of Pagham Harbour Various AS artefacts found in the area including a cremation urn restored and dated by British museum.