Baccanceld (or Beccanceld, probably Bapchild, near Sittingbourne, in Kent), where two councils (Conciliutn Baccanceldense) were held, viz.:
I. In 692, by Wihtred, king of Kent, who renewed and confirmed the privileges of the Church in his kingdom. See Labbe, Concil. 6:1356.
II. In 796 or 798, by Athelard, archbishop of Canterbury,, in which those privileges, etc., were again confirmed. See ibid. 7:1148.