Huntingdon valley dating

The ASC suggests that when Cerdic 'landed' in 495 (ie.

decided to take over), a Saxon settlement existed around Cerdicesora and that Cerdic, 'within about six years of [his] coming... Whether or not the above theory is accepted, this took place at about the same time as the Saxons in southern Britain were defeated at Mons Badonicus.

It has been suggested that Cerdic headed a British power bloc which, with Germanic mercenaries or help that was related to him through intermarriage to Jutes or Saxons, staged a takeover and was able to set up a viable Brito-Saxon kingdom.

Scholar K Sisam points out (in Anglo-Saxon Royal Genealogies, 1953) that Cerdic's pedigree has no independent authority.

overcame the West Saxon kingdom' (between 495-501) (ASC. This could mean that Cerdic overcame the local territory and its British occupants, but is more likely an indication that the earlier Saxon and Jutish (mercenary) settlements around Southampton Water (neighbouring the Meonware to the immediate east) were bent to Cerdic's cause.

These Jutish settlements had probably existed for thirty or so years, and very likely had mingled with some Saxons who had been settled by the Romans in return for defending the Saxon Shore, plus some communities which may have migrated westwards from the earliest days of settlement by the Suth Seaxe.

Here is the list in full of all the MPs who voted for and against: For Nigel Adams (Conservative - Selby and Ainsty) Bim Afolami (Conservative - Hitchin and Harpenden) Adam Afriyie (Conservative - Windsor) Peter Aldous (Conservative - Waveney) Lucy Allan (Conservative - Telford) Heidi Allen (Conservative - South Cambridgeshire) Stuart Andrew (Conservative - Pudsey) Edward Argar (Conservative - Charnwood) Victoria Atkins (Conservative - Louth and Horncastle) Richard Bacon (Conservative - South Norfolk) Kemi Badenoch (Conservative - Saffron Walden) Steve Baker (Conservative - Wycombe) Harriet Baldwin (Conservative - West Worcestershire) Stephen Barclay (Conservative - North East Cambridgeshire) John Baron (Conservative - Basildon and Billericay) Guto Bebb (Conservative - Aberconwy) Henry Bellingham (Conservative - North West Norfolk) Richard Benyon (Conservative - Newbury) Paul Beresford (Conservative - Mole Valley) Jake Berry (Conservative - Rossendale and Darwen) Bob Blackman (Conservative - Harrow East) Crispin Blunt (Conservative - Reigate) Peter Bone (Conservative - Wellingborough) Peter Bottomley (Conservative - Worthing West) Andrew Bowie (Conservative - West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine) Ben Bradley (Conservative - Mansfield) Karen Bradley (Conservative - Staffordshire Moorlands) Graham Bradley (Conservative - Altrincham and Sale West) Jack Brereton (Conservative - Stoke-on-Trent South) Andrew Bridgen (Conservative - North West Leicestershire) Steve Brine (Conservative - Winchester) James Brokenshire (Conservative - Old Bexley and Sidcup) Fiona Bruce (Conservative - Congleton) Robert Buckland (Conservative - South Swindon) Alex Burghart (Conservative - Brentwood and Ongar) Conor Burns (Conservative - Bournemouth West) Alistair Burt (Conservative - North East Bedfordshire) Alun Cairns (Conservative - Vale of Glamorgan) Gregory Campbell (Democratic Unionist Party - East Londonderry) Ronnie Campbell (Labour - Blyth Valley) James Cartlidge (Conservative - South Suffolk) Sir William Cash (Conservative - Stone) Maria Caulfield (Conservative - Lewes) Alex Chalk (Conservative - Cheltenham) Rehman Chishti (Conservative - Gillingham and Rainham) Christopher Chope (Conservative - Christchurch) Jo Churchill (Conservative - Bury St Edmunds) Colin Clark (Conservative - Gordon) Greg Clark (Conservative - Tunbridge Wells) Simon Clarke (Conservative - Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland) James Cleverly (Conservative - Braintree) Geoffrey Clifton-Brown (Conservative - The Cotswolds) Thérèse Coffey (Conservative - Suffolk Coastal) Damian Collins (Conservative - Folkestone and Hythe) Alberto Costa (Conservative - South Leicestershire) Robert Courts (Conservative - Witney) Geoffrey Cox (Conservative - Torridge and West Devon) Stephen Crabb (Conservative - Preseli Pembrokeshire) Tracey Crouch (Conservative - Chatham and Aylesford) Chris Davies (Conservative - Brecon and Radnorshire) David T. Davies (Conservative - Monmouth) Glyn Davies (Conservative - Montgomeryshire) Mims Davies (Conservative - Eastleigh) Philip Davies (Conservative - Shipley) David Davis (Conservative - Haltemprice and Howden) Caroline Dinenage (Conservative - Gosport) Jonathan Djanogly (Conservative - Huntingdon) Leo Docherty (Conservative - Aldershot) Julia Dockerill (Conservative - Hornchurch and Upminster) Nigel Dodds (Democratic Unionist Party - Belfast North) Jeffrey M.

It's rare to have a story of conquest that begins so long before the main participants in the story - the West Saxons - are brought into the story, the gap being between AD 495-519 during which time Cerdic appears to be establishing his own power base.

This seems to strengthen the possibility of him having position and/or power within Romano-British society.

Even the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle (ASC) describes him and his 'son', Cynric, as ealdormen, a term normally used in ninth century England for someone who was a prominent official having authority, both civil and military, over a specific territory forming part of a kingdom.

Mc Donald (Scottish National Party – Cumbernauld) John Mc Donnell (Labour – Hayes and Harlington) Pat Mc Fadden (Labour – Wolverhampton South East) Conor Mc Ginn (Labour – St Helens North) Alison Mc Govern (Labour – Wirral South) Liz Mc Innes (Labour – Heywood and Middleton) Catherine Mc Kinnell (Labour – Newcastle upon Tyne North) Jim Mc Mahon (Labour (Co-op) – Oldham West and Royton) Anna Mc Morrin (Labour – Cardiff North) John Mc Nally (Scottish National Party – Falkirk) Ian Mearns (Labour – Gateshead) Edward Miliband (Labour – Doncaster North) Carol Monaghan (Scottish National Party – Glasgow North West) Layla Moran (Liberal Democrat – Oxford West and Abingdon) Jessica Morden (Labour – Newport East) Stephen Morgan (Labour – Portsmouth South) Grahame Morris (Labour – Easington) Ian Murray (Labour – Edinburgh South) Lisa Nandy (Labour – Wigan) Gavin Newlands (Scottish National Party – Paisley and Renfrewshire North) Alex Norris (Labour (Co-op) – Nottingham North) Brendan O’Hara (Scottish National Party – Argyll and Bute) Jared O’Mara (Labour – Sheffield, Hallam) Fiona Onasanya (Labour – Peterborough) Melanie Onn (Labour – Great Grimsby) Chi Onwurah (Labour – Newcastle upon Tyne Central) Kate Osamor (Labour (Co-op) – Edmonton) Albert Owen (Labour – Ynys Môn) Stephanie Peacock (Labour – Barnsley East) Teresa Pearce (Labour – Erith and Thamesmead) Matthew Pennycook (Labour – Greenwich and Woolwich) Toby Perkins (Labour – Chesterfield) Jess Phillips (Labour – Birmingham, Yardley) Bridget Phillipson (Labour – Houghton and Sunderland South) Laura Pidcock (Labour – North West Durham) Jo Platt (Labour (Co-op) – Leigh) Luke Pollard (Labour (Co-op) – Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport) Stephen Pound (Labour – Ealing North) Lucy Powell (Labour (Co-op) – Manchester Central) Yasmin Qureshi (Labour – Bolton South East) Faisal Rashid (Labour – Warrington South) Angela Rayner (Labour – Ashton-under-Lyne) Steve Reed (Labour (Co-op) – Croydon North) Christina Rees (Labour (Co-op) – Neath) Ellie Reeves (Labour – Lewisham West and Penge) Rachel Reeves (Labour – Leeds West) Emma Reynolds (Labour – Wolverhampton North East) Jonathan Reynolds (Labour (Co-op) – Stalybridge and Hyde) Marie Rimmer (Labour – St Helens South and Whiston) Geoffrey Robinson (Labour – Coventry North West) Matt Rodda (Labour – Reading East) Danielle Rowley (Labour – Midlothian) Chris Ruane (Labour – Vale of Clwyd) Lloyd Russell-Moyle (Labour (Co-op) – Brighton, Kemptown) Joan Ryan (Labour – Enfield North) Liz Saville Roberts (Plaid Cymru – Dwyfor Meirionnydd) Naz Shah (Labour – Bradford West) Mr Virendra Sharma (Labour – Ealing, Southall) Mr Barry Sheerman (Labour (Co-op) – Huddersfield) Tommy Sheppard (Scottish National Party – Edinburgh East) Paula Sherriff (Labour – Dewsbury) Mr Gavin Shuker (Labour (Co-op) – Luton South) Tulip Siddiq (Labour – Hampstead and Kilburn) Andy Slaughter (Labour – Hammersmith) Ruth Smeeth (Labour – Stoke-on-Trent North) Angela Smith (Labour – Penistone and Stocksbridge) Cat Smith (Labour – Lancaster and Fleetwood) Eleanor Smith (Labour – Wolverhampton South West) Jeff Smith (Labour – Manchester, Withington) Laura Smith (Labour – Crewe and Nantwich) Nick Smith (Labour – Blaenau Gwent) Owen Smith (Labour – Pontypridd) Karin Smyth (Labour – Bristol South) Gareth Snell (Labour (Co-op) – Stoke-on-Trent Central) Alex Sobel (Labour (Co-op) – Leeds North West) Keir Starmer (Labour – Holborn and St Pancras) Chris Stephens (Scottish National Party – Glasgow South West) Jo Stevens (Labour – Cardiff Central) Jamie Stone (Liberal Democrat – Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross) Wes Streeting (Labour – Ilford North) Mr Paul J Sweeney (Labour (Co-op) – Glasgow North East) Jo Swinson (Liberal Democrat – East Dunbartonshire) Mark Tami (Labour – Alyn and Deeside) Alison Thewliss (Scottish National Party – Glasgow Central) Gareth Thomas (Labour (Co-op) – Harrow West) Nick Thomas-Symonds (Labour – Torfaen) Emily Thornberry (Labour – Islington South and Finsbury) Stephen Timms (Labour – East Ham) Jon Trickett (Labour – Hemsworth) Karl Turner (Labour – Kingston upon Hull East) Stephen Twigg (Labour (Co-op) – Liverpool, West Derby) Liz Twist (Labour – Blaydon) Chuka Umunna (Labour – Streatham) Keith Vaz (Labour – Leicester East) Valerie Vaz (Labour – Walsall South) Thelma Walker (Labour – Colne Valley) Tom Watson (Labour – West Bromwich East) Catherine West (Labour – Hornsey and Wood Green) Matt Western (Labour – Warwick and Leamington) Dr Alan Whitehead (Labour – Southampton, Test) Martin Whitfield (Labour – East Lothian) Dr Philippa Whitford (Scottish National Party – Central Ayrshire) Dr Paul Williams (Labour – Stockton South) Hywel Williams (Plaid Cymru – Arfon) Chris Williamson (Labour – Derby North) Phil Wilson (Labour – Sedgefield) Pete Wishart (Scottish National Party – Perth and North Perthshire) John Woodcock (Labour (Co-op) – Barrow and Furness) Mohammad Yasin (Labour – Bedford) Daniel Zeichner (Labour – Cambridge) David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) Ian Austin (Labour - Dudley North) Kevin Barron (Labour - Rother Valley) Mhairi Black (SNP - Paisley and Renfrewshire South) Nick Boles (Conservative - Grantham and Stamford) Ken Clarke (Conservative - Rushcliffe) David Crausby (Labour - Bolton North East) Caroline Flint (Labour - Don Valley) Yvonne Fovargue (Labour - Makerfield) David Hanson (Labour - Delyn) Helen Jones (Labour - Warrington North) Kevan Jones (Labour - Durham North) Ged Killen (Labour - Rutherglen and Hamilton West) Johnny Mercer (Conservative - Plymouth Moor View) Madeleine Moon (Labour - Bridgend) John Spellar (Labour - Warley) Gary Streeter (Conservative - South West Devon) Anna Turley (Labour - Redcar) Derek Twigg (Labour - Halton) David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) Ian Austin (Labour - Dudley North) Kevin Barron (Labour - Rother Valley) Mhairi Black (SNP - Paisley and Renfrewshire South) Nick Boles (Conservative - Grantham and Stamford) Ken Clarke (Conservative - Rushcliffe) David Crausby (Labour - Bolton North East) Caroline Flint (Labour - Don Valley) Yvonne Fovargue (Labour - Makerfield) David Hanson (Labour - Delyn) Helen Jones (Labour - Warrington North) Kevan Jones (Labour - Durham North) Ged Killen (Labour - Rutherglen and Hamilton West) Johnny Mercer (Conservative - Plymouth Moor View) Madeleine Moon (Labour - Bridgend) John Spellar (Labour - Warley) Gary Streeter (Conservative - South West Devon) Anna Turley (Labour - Redcar) Derek Twigg (Labour - Halton) *Not voting does not necessarily mean the MP defied their parties whip.

In several cases it means the MP was ill or had another excused absence.

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