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Bishop of Winchester
Appointedbetween 781 and 785
Term endedbetween 781 and 785
Predecessor Ecgbald
Successor Cyneberht
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Diedbetween 781 and 785

Dudd was a medieval Bishop of Winchester. He was consecrated no earlier than 781 and was dead by 785. [1]



  1. Fryde, et al. Handbook of British Chronology p. 223

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Preceded by Bishop of Winchester
between 781 and 785
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