10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «EADRED»
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Onomasticon Anglo-Saxonicum: A List of Anglo-Saxon Proper ...
Eadred Eadred  comes Suff. BCS 571 KCD 322* Eadred  dux Kent
BCS _ KCD 742 Eadred  min. Winch. Som. Wess. BCS 475 KCD 1051*
Eadred  min. Hants BCS 674 (bis) KCD 1102 Eadred  min. Kent всз
791 KCD ...
William George Searle, 2012
Cartularium Saxonicum: A Collection of Charters Relating to ...
Alliterative and poetical grant by King Eadred to Ulfketel, of land at Suthton, or
Sutton-on-the-Hill, co. Derby. Ад). 949 . . Grant by King Eadred to Wulfric, of land
at 'Пенаты, or Welford, co. Berks, near Newbury, in exchange for land at
Walter de Gray Birch, 2012
Annals of the coinage of Great Britain and its dependencies: ...
14 Obv. EADMVND REX. Rev. liafinc mo. - - 17-,% Tyssen. 15 Obv. as No. 14.
Rev. ;elfwald mo. - 21-/ff Brit. Mus. EADRED. 1 Obv. eadred rex. Nos. 1, 2, and 3,
as Aethel- stan's No. 9. Rev. manechin mone. - 23/ff Dr. Hunter. 2 Obv. as No. 1.
Annals of the Coinage of Great Britain and Its ...
14. Rev. /ELFWALD MO. 17^ Tyssen. 21T5T Brit. Mus. EADRED. 23& Dr. Hunter.
Tyssen. 21 1 Obv. eadred rex. Nos. 1, 2, and 3, as Aethel- stan's No. 9. Rev.
MANECHIN MONE. 2 Obv. as No. 1. Rev. FREDRED MONETA 3 Obv. as No. 1.
Wills and Will-making in Anglo-Saxon England
remained unmarried and childless, the only throneworthy princes of the next
generation were Eadwig and Edgar, the sons of Eadred's older brother and
predecessor, King Edmund (939–946). The succession may already have been
subject to ...
Historical Dictionary of British Women
Eadgifu married Edward no later than 919 and bore him four children: two sons,
Edmund and Eadred, and two daughters, Eadburh and Eadgifu. Nothing is
known of Eadgifu 's career during the lifetime of her husband. At his death in 924
The joy had suddenly drained from him and had been replaced by a sense of
foreboding Eadred had always possessed an uncanny sense for danger and this
new feeling worried him. He raised a gloved fist and called for quiet. The party ...
Olaf glanced over his beefy shoulder and scowled, revealing chipped gray teeth.
“What for?” “Because I said so.” Eadred lifted his blade. “We have to work fast.
The storm is getting worse and we're supposed to be back on the ship already.
Ravenfeast: Farewell to Legend
'Well, Eadred, do not let me keep you', the young king tells him when he falters.
Eadred steps forward to speak to Willelm, who beckons him closer. Eadred does
as he is bidden, but not before looking back to Eadgar. The king watches quietly,
Alan Robert Lancaster, 2011
Annals of the Coinage of Britain and Its Dependencies: From ...
VVLFSTAN M. EADRED REX. CVLEIN MO. DN EADRED REX. BALDVIVIN MO.
EADRED REX ANGLOR. CENBERHT MO. EADRED REX. THVRVLF MO.
EADRED REX AN ? THEODMAER M. EADRED REX O f ENGLBRED MO.
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «EADRED»
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St Cuthbert statue marks Northumbrian legend of flight from Vikings …
In 875 the Bishop of Lindisfarne, Eardulf, decided in consultation with the Abbot of Carlisle, Eadred, to take up the coffin of the saint and leave ... «ChronicleLive, Jul 15»
Herald History: Terrifying days of Eric Bloodaxe
Then, in 947, Eric Bloodaxe returned to prominence by conquering a vulnerable York, usurping Eadred and claiming the throne of Northumbria, ... «Tamworth Herald, Feb 15»
Part 2B: The coronation stone is a fake!
Eadred is recorded as being crowned in Kingston in a 946AD Latin charter (Ref 7) but only a copy survives today. These charters were drawn ... «Kingston Upon Thames, Oct 14»
Invasion of the Viking morons, epileptic baboon, Morrissey a …
While he reigned there the English king, Eadred, invaded and ravaged the region. But as that English army headed back south through what is ... «Mirror.co.uk, Aug 14»
Viking boat returns to Wakefield
... this boat was in use, when Erik Bloodaxe, Viking King of York, defeated Eadred of Wessex's army, forcing them to retreat back down south.”. «Yorkshire Evening Post, Jul 14»
The quest for Saxon kings in Winchester Cathedral
... Cenwalh (643-672), Egbert (802-839), Ethelwulf (839-856), Eadred (946-955), Eadwig (955-959), Canute (who, contrary to popular belief, ... «Hampshire Chronicle, Apr 14»
DeMint and the “Chicken Kiev” Speech
... a unified England after Eadred's conquest of Northumbria, a common language emerging from the union of Old English and Norman French, ... «The American Conservative, Dec 13»
Museum plan for 1000-year-old Leeds pub
England was under the reign of King Eadred and the first millennium was approaching when ales were first served at the Bingley Arms pub. «Yorkshire Evening Post, Dec 13»
Joe Riley: Here's hoping for a Royal Baby-free week
George Alexander Louis was a nod to history, they insisted. As would have been Eadred, Eadwig, Ethelred, Hereward, Cnut and Hathacunut. «Liverpool Echo, Jul 13»
England's forgotten king
His other brothers, Edmund and Eadred, were loyal, both succeeding to the throne in turn, while his seven sisters were useful connections with ... «Catholic Herald Online, Jan 13»