Mercia

Mercia, one of the three chief kingdoms of early England; founded by Anglian settlers in the Upper Trent Valley (now South Staffordshire) In the 6th century; it rose to greatness under Penda 626-655, subsequently succeeded Northumberland in the supremacy, but after the death of Cenwulf 819, waned in turn before Wessex and the Danes.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Mercenaries * Mercury
Menschikoff, Alexander Sergeievitch
Menteith, Lake of
Menthol
Mentone
Mentor
Menzel, Adolf
Menzel, Wolfgang
Mephistopheles
Mercator
Mercenaries
Mercia
Mercury
Mercury
Mer-de-glace
Meredith, George
Meredith, Owen
Mergui
Meridian
Mèrimèe, Prosper
Merio`neth
Merivale, Charles

Nearby

Mercia in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

Links here from Chalmers

Alcuinus, Flaccus
Alfred, The Great