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Drawn by User:IMeowbot; border data from CIA, people locations from The Historical Atlas by William R. Shepherd, 1926 edition, with clarifications supplied by en:User:Everyking per references used in en:Penda of Mercia.

Hmm, there's nothing very united about these kingdoms, feel free to reclassify if you've a better idea!

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