Since I did the original post below, everyone got so enthusiastic that I've updated them a bit. The MOST exciting thing, probably the most exciting moment of my life so far, was that I learned when I hit CNTRL+ALT+& followed by A or AE I can produce a real Æsc. I had to go for a cold shower immediately. So now the chart has the Æsc rather than some poxy dipstick, dipthong thing. Secondly, I have now included the mythical antecedents to the historical kings - like Woden, but where we know it, the person each people talked about as their ancestor - the Mercians, for example, thought of themselves as the Icelingas, the people of Icel; the East Anglians though of themselves as the Wuffingas. After Wuffa, whom they thought was a hero. The Saxons thought he was a bit of a dog...(boom,tish!). And then finally I have added some continental types - the Franks mainly, but also the Bishops of Rome.
So there you go - hope they are even better.
"There I was lying in bed at 2.15am, not able to get to sleep because the bodyclock was messed up. As I lay there I said to myself, 'wouldn't it be brilliant to have a list of all the kings of the AS kingdoms so you could see at one glance who each of them was dealing with ant any one time?'
'Go back to sleep you dipstick', myself replied, 'you've got work in the morning'.
But it was just too tempting an idea, so this is the result. I think it's make a nice wall chart for the loo. Or keep it by the bed for when you read to read to get to sleep. Or frame it and put it in the sitting room. Whatever."
Also, since the all-encompassing one is rather difficult to read, I've split them up a bit further down.