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Readingas

The Readingas (Old English Rēadingas) were a tribe or clan of early Anglo-Saxon England, whose territory adjoined that of the Sunningas to the east and that of the Basingas to the south. The name literally means "Rēada's people" and later gave its name to the town of Reading.[1]

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