In 565 Ethelbert succeeded to the kingdom of the Kentish-men, and held it fifty-three years.
"That's my uncle Ethelbert's dachshund," he remarked, at the beginning of the lecture.
Ethelbert may have given the endowment of Tillingham in Essex.
Both of these are assigned to the same decade as that of King Ethelbert.
Just now she was wondering why they had not told her before yesterday of Ethelbert of East Anglia, his coming and its purpose.
At the first Christmas festival Ethelbert and 10,000 of his subjects were baptised.
The other great figures of the period—Ethelbert and his Queen, and her chaplain—were also laid to rest in the church.
Ethelbert died in the year 616, and was buried in the Church of SS.
The cathedrall church belonging to this se, was first begun by Ethelbert of Kent, Indic.
This Ethelbert would be coming by the highway to the halls of Sutton before long.