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Bishop of Worcester
Church Catholic
See Diocese of Worcester
In office c. 844–c. 871
Predecessor Heahbeorht
Successor Waerfrith
Consecration between either 843 or December 844 and November 845
Personal details
Died between 869 and 872

Ealhhun or Alhhun was a medieval Bishop of Worcester. He was consecrated between either 843 or December 844 and November 845. He died between 869 and 872.[1]



External links

  • Prospography of Anglo Saxon England entry for Ealhhun
Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Bishop of Worcester
c. 844–c. 871
Succeeded by
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