||Creoda Wessex was a member of aristocracy in ancient Europe.|
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EuroAristo Project Note Roger is currently (20130726) identifying Creoda's father (or perhaps not) Cerdic as the upper limit of Wessex management. Filiations which are probably legendary will be treated as real, with notes to that effect in the biographies of Cerdic's "descendants."
No mother, spouses, or nor children are reliably attested for Creoda, who himself is probably not a real person. Any linking of a mother or a spouse or a child without the express agreement of the EuroAristo project in the G2G forum will be disconnected.
Creoda of Wessex
Creoda of Wessex (b. c. 493) mentioned only in the regnal list in the preface of the Anglo-Saxon chronicle... son of Cerdic and father to Cynric.
Whether or not Creola was a son of Cerdic and father of Cynric is not certain.
Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, Winchester Manuscript:
Abingdon and Worcester Manuscripts
Reno, F. (1996). The Historic King Arthur: Authenticating the Celtic Hero of Post-Roman Britain, (pp.62-65). McFarland. Google Books.
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