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88 According to the Histor y of the Britons it was not Wuffa, but his father, Weahha, who was the first to rule over the eastern Angles (HB ch. 59). Such conflicts in the evidence mean that the tradition itself was changing. It could also become garbled. It is not at all clear what is the meaning of the statement, also in the Histor y of the Britons, that Soemil, regarded as an ancestor of the Deiran 15 — The Earliest English Kings — prince, Eadwine, was ‘the first to separate Deira from Bernicia’ (HB ch.
For much of our information about Aethelberht, however, we are dependent on the later material in the Historia Ecclesiastica. It is Bede who first records that the kings of Kent were known as Oiscingas because of their descent from Oisc, reputedly a son or grandson of Hengest, and that Aethelberht was remembered as the son of Eormenric and a descendant of Oisc (HE II, 5), though the pedigree of Aethelberht, even as Bede gives it, is confused and unsatisfactory. 5 It may not be without significance, however, that Aethelberht’s father ‘bore a name famous in Germanic legend’.
The symmetry of it indicates a common Canterbury viewpoint. The next stage would be to define the kingdoms in the same ecclesiastical terms. This stage had already been reached at Hatfield with the description of Aldwulf, for example, as king of the East Angles. If this reconstruction is correct, Aldwulf s kingdom was being defined for him in terms of the diocese of his bishop as perceived by the metropolitan church of Canterbury. Other kingdoms were also so defined across the later years of the seventh century until by the early eighth these probably relatively new designations— West Saxon, East Saxon, South Saxon, East Anglian, Northumbrian—were being universally popularized by Bede and firmly established in the political vocabulary of the heptarchy.