Arthur, Cerdic, and the Formation of Wessex

XI. Acknowledgements

This paper could not have been written without the work of Geoffrey Ashe, Peter Salway, John Morris, Leslie Alcock, Martyn Whittock, P.C. Bartrum, and the library staff of James Madison University. Other cited authors made valuable contributions.

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(First submitted for publication in Oct 1993)

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