Kerajaan Sussex

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Sussex
Sūþseaxna Rīce
Vasal Wessex (686–726, 827–860)
Vasal Mercia (771–796)
skt. 477[Fn 1]–860
Britania sekitar 800 M
Ibu kota Chichester Selsey (kursi keuskupan Saxon Selatan)
Bahasa Bahasa Inggris Kuno (Ænglisc)
Agama Paganisme (seb. abad ke-7)
Kekristenan
 – Pra-Skisma (set. abad ke-7)
Bentuk pemerintahan Monarki
Penguasa (lihat daftar penuh)
 -  477–491 atau kemudian Ælle
 -  fl. skt. 660-685 Æðelwold
Badan legislatif Witenagemot
Era sejarah Heptarkhia
 -  Didirikan skt. 477[Fn 1]
 -  Tunduk kepada Wessex skt. 686 - 726
 -  Subject to Mercia 771 hingga skt. 796
 -  Tunduk kepada Wessex Dari skt. 827
 -  Diintegrasi penuh ke Mahkota Wessex 860
Populasi
 -  Perk. 450 25.000 
 -  Perk. 1100 35.000 
Mata uang Skeatta
Pendahulu
Pengganti
Sub-Britania Romawi
Haestingas
Wessex
Sekarang bagian dari  Britania Raya
  Inggris Tenggara
Warning: Value not specified for "continent"

Kerajaan Saxon Selatan, sekarang disebut Kerajaan Sussex (/ˈsʌsɪks/; bahasa Inggris Lama: Sūþseaxna rīce) merupakan salah satu dari tujuh kerajaan Anglo-Saxon[2] yang terletak di Britania Raya, yang batas-batasnya diperkirakan berada di wilayah Regnenses dan Sussex. Saxon Selatan dipimpin oleh raja-raja Sussex sampai negara tersebut dianeksasi oleh Wessex, mungkin pada tahun 827, setelah Pertempuran Ellendun.

Catatan[sunting | sunting sumber]

  1. ^ The traditional year given for the creation of the Kingdom of Sussex from Bede is 477; many academics think the date was probably about 20 years earlier, kr. 457.[1]

Referensi[sunting | sunting sumber]

  1. ^ Brandon 2006, hlm. 68
  2. ^ The Latin name was used, for instance, by William of Malmesbury.

Karya kutipan[sunting | sunting sumber]

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