Sledda of Essex

Sledda (587? - c. 604) was a King of Essex. He was of Aescwine. Sledda's rule is traditionally recorded as beginning in 587, but next to nothing is known about him. His name appears as being the father of Saebert, whose rule began in 604.

Preceded by:
King of Essex
587? – c. 604
Succeeded by:

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