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Mul


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Brother of Caedwalla of Wessex, joined him in a conquest of the Isle of Wight in 686 and then laid waste to Kent. Placed in Kent as a sub-king by Caedwalla, Mul fell victim to a rising and was burned to death. Later, in 694, the Kentishmen were reported to have come to terms with Ine, Caedwalla's successor, paying 30,000 sceattas in compensation.

Subjects: British History.


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