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Imaginary depiction of Wuffa from John Speed's 1611 "Saxon Heptarchy".

Wuffa (died c. 578) was king of East Anglia from 571 to 578. He was the father of King Tytila and grandfather of King Rædwald of the Sutton Hoo ship burial. His name, which is a diminutive form of the Old English word for wolf, is the dynastic eponym for the kings of East Anglia, the Wuffings.

See also

English royalty
Preceded by
King of East Anglia
571 – 578
Succeeded by


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