Æthelred 7 (Male) I, king of the Northumbrians, 774-778/9 [exiled], 790-796
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Notes: BDDAB, pp. 26; David Rollason, ?Æthelred I (d. 796)?, ODNB.

Factoid List

Recorded Name (56)
AEDILN (1)
 EMC Coin  1997.8207 ([N 193.5; formerly part of N 185.1] Abp Eanbald with Æthelred)
AEDILNED (1)
 EMC Coin  1997.8208 ([N 193.5; formerly part of N 185.1] Abp Eanbald with Æthelred)
AEDILRED (24)
 EMC Coin  1983.0129 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 EMC Coin  1997.8201 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  1997.0409 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  1997.041 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2005.0278 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2005.0125 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2007.0106 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2008.009 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  1048.0203 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  1986.5015 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2001.0528 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  1997.0411 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2006.0324 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  1983.013 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 EMC Coin  1993.9477 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2001.0645 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  1983.0128 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 EMC Coin  2001.0146 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2008.0358 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  1997.0408 ([N 193.5; formerly part of N 185.1] Abp Eanbald with Æthelred)
 EMC Coin  2001.0081 ([N 193.5; formerly part of N 185.1] Abp Eanbald with Æthelred)
 EMC Coin  1997.8209 ([N 193.5; formerly part of N 185.1] Abp Eanbald with Æthelred)
 EMC Coin  1997.821 ([N 193.5; formerly part of N 185.1] Abp Eanbald with Æthelred)
 EMC Coin  2007.0026 ([N 193.5; formerly part of N 185.1] Abp Eanbald with Æthelred)
Aedilredus (1)
 Charlemagne.Ep.100   
Aeðelredus (3)
 Alcuin.Ep  8
 Alcuin.Ep  18 (p. 49 line 16)
 Alcuin.Ep  30
Aeðilredus (1)
 Alcuin.Ep  101
EANRED (1)
 EMC Coin  1991.0401 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
EDILRED (4)
 EMC Coin  2006.0323 ([N 193.5; formerly part of N 185.1] Abp Eanbald with Æthelred)
 EMC Coin  1993.9469 (N 180 (Series Y: Æthelred I First Reign))
 EMC Coin  2001.008 (N 180 (Series Y: Æthelred I First Reign))
 EMC Coin  2008.0087 (N 180 (Series Y: Æthelred I First Reign))
EDLRED (4)
 EMC Coin  1997.8204 (N 184 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2008.0093 (N 184 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2008.0092 (N 184 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  1004.0273 (N 184 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
ELVALD (2)
 EMC Coin  1999.0021 (N 185.9 (obverses of Ælfwald and Æthelred I))
 EMC Coin  2008.0085 (N 185.9 (obverses of Ælfwald and Æthelred I))
Hedilredus (1)
 Alcuin.Ep  231
LREDED (1)
 EMC Coin  1983.0127 (N 184 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
Æthelred (1)
 Æthelweard.Chron  iii.1
Æðelred (4)
 ASC (DEF)  774 EF(OE and Lat.)
 ASC (DEF)  790 EF(OE)
 ASC (DEF)  792 E
 ASC  794 EF(OE)
Æðelredus (1)
 ASC  794 F(Lat.)
Æðelredus Aðelwolding (1)
 ASC (DEF)  790 F(Lat.)
Æþelred (4)
 ASC (DEF)  774 D
 ASC (DEF)  790 D
 ASC (DEF)  792 D
 ASC  794 ACDG, <794> B
Æþilred (1)
 Anon.GenRegList2   
Personal Information (1)
reputation (1)
 Alcuin.Ep  18 (p. 51 line 13) (most famous men)
Office (82)
King (82)
 ASC (DEF)  790 DEF(OE and Lat.)
 ASC (DEF)  792 DEF(OE and Lat.)
 ASC  794 ACDEF(OE and Lat.)G, <794> B (King of the Northumbrians)
 Alcuin.Ep  8
 Alcuin.Ep  16
 Alcuin.Ep  30
 Alcuin.Ep  101
 Alcuin.Ep  231
 Alcuin.Ep  232 (p. 377 line 31)
 Alcuin.Ep  9
 Alcuin.Ep  16
 Alcuin.Ep  116
 Anon.GenRegList2    (king of the Northumbrians)
 Æthelweard.Chron  iii.1 (King of the Northumbrians)
 EMC Coin  1986.1017 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 EMC Coin  1986.1015 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 EMC Coin  1986.1022 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 EMC Coin  1986.1021 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 EMC Coin  1986.102 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 EMC Coin  1986.1019 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 EMC Coin  1986.1018 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 EMC Coin  1986.1016 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 EMC Coin  2001.0315 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 EMC Coin  1983.0129 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 EMC Coin  1996.0133 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2001.0317 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2001.0163 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  1997.8201 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  1997.0409 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  1997.041 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2001.0184 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2001.0157 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2005.0278 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2005.0125 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2007.0106 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2008.009 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  1048.0202 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  1048.0203 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  1020.03681 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  1020.0368 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  1050.0034 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  1997.8204 (N 184 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2008.0093 (N 184 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2008.0092 (N 184 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  1983.0127 (N 184 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  1004.0273 (N 184 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  1986.1026 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 EMC Coin  1986.1025 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 EMC Coin  1986.5015 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2001.0528 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2001.0309 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  1997.0411 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2001.0249 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2006.0324 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  1983.013 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 EMC Coin  1993.9477 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2001.0645 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2001.0126 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2001.0151 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2001.0065 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign))
 EMC Coin  1991.0401 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2006.0323 ([N 193.5; formerly part of N 185.1] Abp Eanbald with Æthelred)
 EMC Coin  1993.9469 (N 180 (Series Y: Æthelred I First Reign))
 EMC Coin  1986.1007 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 EMC Coin  2001.0129 (N 180 (Series Y: Æthelred I First Reign))
 EMC Coin  2001.008 (N 180 (Series Y: Æthelred I First Reign))
 EMC Coin  2001.0069 (N 180 (Series Y: Æthelred I First Reign))
 EMC Coin  2008.0087 (N 180 (Series Y: Æthelred I First Reign))
 EMC Coin  1983.0128 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 EMC Coin  1986.1141 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  1999.0021 (N 185.9 (obverses of Ælfwald and Æthelred I))
 EMC Coin  2001.0146 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2001.007 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  2008.0085 (N 185.9 (obverses of Ælfwald and Æthelred I))
 EMC Coin  2008.0358 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 EMC Coin  1997.8207 ([N 193.5; formerly part of N 185.1] Abp Eanbald with Æthelred)
 EMC Coin  1997.0408 ([N 193.5; formerly part of N 185.1] Abp Eanbald with Æthelred)
 EMC Coin  2001.0081 ([N 193.5; formerly part of N 185.1] Abp Eanbald with Æthelred)
 EMC Coin  1997.8209 ([N 193.5; formerly part of N 185.1] Abp Eanbald with Æthelred)
 EMC Coin  1997.821 ([N 193.5; formerly part of N 185.1] Abp Eanbald with Æthelred)
 EMC Coin  1997.8208 ([N 193.5; formerly part of N 185.1] Abp Eanbald with Æthelred)
 EMC Coin  2007.0026 ([N 193.5; formerly part of N 185.1] Abp Eanbald with Æthelred)
Status (5)
(1)
 ASC (DEF)   
Conciuis (1)
 Alcuin.Ep  16 (p. 42 lines 29-31)
Dominus (3)
 Alcuin.Ep  30
 Alcuin.Ep  109
 Alcuin.Ep  231
Personal Relationship (19)
Æthelred 7 Brother (Honorific kinship) of ~ (1)
 of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  16 (p. 42 line 29-30)
~ Friend (General relationship) of Æthelred 7 (1)
 Anonymi 1875: of Æthelred 7: Alcuin.Ep  30
Æthelred 7 Lord (General relationship) of ~ (2)
 of Anonymi 1335: ASC (DEF)  774 DE
 of Torhtmund 1: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  61
Æthelred 7 Son (Consanguineal kinship) of ~ (6)
 of Æthelwald 14: ASC (DEF)  774 DE
 of Æthelwald 14: ASC (DEF)  790 DEF(OE)
 of Æthelwald 14: ASC (DEF)  790 F(Lat.)
 of Æthelwald 14: Alcuin.Ep  8
 of Æthelthida 1: Alcuin.Ep  105
 of Æthelwald 14: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  48
~ Son (Consanguineal kinship) of Æthelred 7 (1)
 Anonymi 1874: of Æthelred 7: Alcuin.Ep  30
Æthelred 7 Son (Honorific kinship) of ~ (1)
 of Alcuin 1: Alcuin.Ep  18 (p. 51 line 13)
Æthelred 7 Son-in-law (Affinal kinship) of ~ (1)
 of Offa 7: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55
Æthelred 7 Successor (General relationship) of ~ (1)
 of Osred 3: ASC (DEF)  790 DEF(OE and Lat.)
~ Successor (General relationship) of Æthelred 7 (3)
 Ælfwald 7: of Æthelred 7: ASC (DEF)  778 DE
 Ælfwald 7: of Æthelred 7: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  49
 Osbald 1: of Æthelred 7: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  58
~ Wife (Affinal kinship) of Æthelred 7 (2)
 Ælfflæd 5: of Æthelred 7: ASC (DEF)  792 DE
 Ælfflæd 5: of Æthelred 7: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55
Event (31)
Advice/counsel (2)
 Alcuin 1.letter of advice and best wishes to Æthelred 7: Alcuin 1 offered spiritual advice and best wishes to Æthelred 7.: Alcuin.Ep  30
 Alcuin 1.letter of counsel to Æthelred 7 and others: Alcuin 1 gave counsel to Æthelred 7, Osbald 1, Osberht 3 and all his friends (Anonymi 1867), advising them as to how they should act.: Alcuin.Ep  18
Alms-giving (1)
 Charlemagne 1.gifts to episcopal sees, metropolitan cities and Offa 7: Charlemagne 1 sent various gifts to England.: Charlemagne.Ep.100   
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of king (3)
 Æthelred 7.accession to throne: Æthelred 7 succeeded to the throne.: Alcuin.Ep  8
 Æthelred 7.receiving kingdom: In 774 Æthelred 7, son of Æthelwald 14, received the kingdom in his place. Crowned with such great honour, he held it barely five year.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  48 (774)
 Æthelred 7.renewed accession to kingdom: Æthelred 7 again acceded to the kingdom.: ASC (DEF)  790 DEF(OE and Lat.) (790)
Betrayal/oath-breaking (2)
 Æthelred 7.killing of Oelf 1 and Oelfwin 1: In 791 the sons of King Ælfwald 7 were taken by force from the city of York, being brought from the principle church by false promises, and were miserably killed by King Æthelred 7 in Wonwaldremere; their names were Oelf 1 and Oelfwin 1.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55 (791)
 Æthelred 7.killing of Osred 3: In 792 Osred 3 came secretly from exile in the Isle of Man, relying on the oaths and good faith of certain nobles; and as his soldiers deserted him, he was captured there by the aforesaid king Æthelred 7 and killed by his orders at the place which is called Aynburg on 14 September. His body was conveyed to Tynemouth and buried in the church of the same noble monastery.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55 (792)
Burial (1)
 Æthelred 7.killing of Osred 3: In 792 Osred 3 came secretly from exile in the Isle of Man, relying on the oaths and good faith of certain nobles; and as his soldiers deserted him, he was captured there by the aforesaid king Æthelred 7 and killed by his orders at the place which is called Aynburg on 14 September. His body was conveyed to Tynemouth and buried in the church of the same noble monastery.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55 (792)
Capture (2)
 Eardwulf 4.killing: In the second year of king Æthelred 7 Ealdorman Eardwulf 4 was captured and brought to Ripon, and orders were given by the aforesaid king for him to be killed there outside the gate of the monastery. And the brethren carried his body to the church with Gregorian chants, and placed it outside in a tent, and after midnight he was found in the church, alive.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55 (791)
 Æthelred 7.killing of Osred 3: In 792 Osred 3 came secretly from exile in the Isle of Man, relying on the oaths and good faith of certain nobles; and as his soldiers deserted him, he was captured there by the aforesaid king Æthelred 7 and killed by his orders at the place which is called Aynburg on 14 September. His body was conveyed to Tynemouth and buried in the church of the same noble monastery.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55 (792)
Church/monastery destruction (1)
 Alcuin 1.letters referring to the devastation of Lindisfarne by the Danes: Alcuin 1 in his letters to bishop Hygebald 3 and king Æthelred 7 alluded to the devastation of Lindisfarne by the Danes. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.127-8
Conspiracy/intent to murder (2)
 Æthelbald 7-Heardberht 4.killing of three ealdormen: In the fourth year of King Æthelred 7, namely 778, three duces, namely Ealdwulf 11, Cynewulf 5 and Ecga 2, were treacherously killed by the order of the same King by the nobles Æthelbald 7 and Heardberht 4 on 29 September. : NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  49 (778)
 Æthelred 7.killing of Oelf 1 and Oelfwin 1: In 791 the sons of King Ælfwald 7 were taken by force from the city of York, being brought from the principle church by false promises, and were miserably killed by King Æthelred 7 in Wonwaldremere; their names were Oelf 1 and Oelfwin 1.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55 (791)
Coronation (1)
 Æthelred 7.receiving kingdom: In 774 Æthelred 7, son of Æthelwald 14, received the kingdom in his place. Crowned with such great honour, he held it barely five year.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  48 (774)
Correspondence (8)
 Alcuin 1.experience of bloody rain in York: Alcuin 1 and the recipients of his letter (Æthelred 7 and Anonymi 1861) experienced bloody rain in York.: Alcuin.Ep  16 (p. 43)
 Alcuin 1.letter of advice and best wishes to Æthelred 7: Alcuin 1 offered spiritual advice and best wishes to Æthelred 7.: Alcuin.Ep  30
 Alcuin 1.letter of consolation to Æthelthida 1 on the death of her son: Alcuin 1 wrote to console Æthelthida 1 after the death of her son [sc. Æthelred 7]..: Alcuin.Ep  105
 Alcuin 1.letter of counsel to Æthelred 7 and others: Alcuin 1 gave counsel to Æthelred 7, Osbald 1, Osberht 3 and all his friends (Anonymi 1867), advising them as to how they should act.: Alcuin.Ep  18
 Alcuin 1.letter of warning to King Æthelred 7 and his nobles: Alcuin 1 warned Æthelred 7 and his nobles (Anonymi 1861) about their behaviour.: Alcuin.Ep  16
 Alcuin 1.letter to King Æthelred 7: Alcuin 1 in a letter to King Æthelred 7 prophesizes a disaster for York.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.99.5-6
 Alcuin 1.letters referring to the devastation of Lindisfarne by the Danes: Alcuin 1 in his letters to bishop Hygebald 3 and king Æthelred 7 alluded to the devastation of Lindisfarne by the Danes. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.127-8
 Alcuin 1.second letter to Osbald 1 urging him to fulfil his vow to give up secular life: Alcuin 1 urged Osbald 1 to fulfil his vow to give up the secular life.: Alcuin.Ep  109
Death/dying (2)
 Alcuin 1.letter of consolation to Æthelthida 1 on the death of her son: Alcuin 1 wrote to console Æthelthida 1 after the death of her son [sc. Æthelred 7]..: Alcuin.Ep  105
 Æthelred 7.death: Æthelred 7 died.: Alcuin.Ep  105
Desertion, military (1)
 Æthelred 7.killing of Osred 3: In 792 Osred 3 came secretly from exile in the Isle of Man, relying on the oaths and good faith of certain nobles; and as his soldiers deserted him, he was captured there by the aforesaid king Æthelred 7 and killed by his orders at the place which is called Aynburg on 14 September. His body was conveyed to Tynemouth and buried in the church of the same noble monastery.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55 (792)
Exile (3)
 Ælfwald 7.driving of Æthelred 7 from land: Ælfwald 7 drove Æthelred 7 from the land.: ASC (DEF)  778 DE (778 x 779)
 Æthelred 7.exile: In 779 Æthelred 7 was expelled from the royal throne and driven into exile. Then Ælfwald 7, son of Oswald 2, received the kingdom of the Northumbrians and held it for ten years.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  49 (779)
 Æthelred 7.killing of Osred 3: In 792 Osred 3 came secretly from exile in the Isle of Man, relying on the oaths and good faith of certain nobles; and as his soldiers deserted him, he was captured there by the aforesaid king Æthelred 7 and killed by his orders at the place which is called Aynburg on 14 September. His body was conveyed to Tynemouth and buried in the church of the same noble monastery.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55 (792)
Expulsion (1)
 Æthelred 7.exile: In 779 Æthelred 7 was expelled from the royal throne and driven into exile. Then Ælfwald 7, son of Oswald 2, received the kingdom of the Northumbrians and held it for ten years.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  49 (779)
Grant and Gift (2)
 Charlemagne 1.despatch and subsequent withdrawal of gifts to Æthelred 7 and his bishoprics: Charlemagne 1 sent gifts to Æthelred 7 and his bishoprics, but subsequently withdrew them.: Alcuin.Ep  101
 Charlemagne 1.gifts to episcopal sees, metropolitan cities and Offa 7: Charlemagne 1 sent various gifts to England.: Charlemagne.Ep.100   
Interrogation (1)
 Anonymi 1864-Anonymi 1866.dress, hair-style and behaviour: Alcuin 1 questioned why the Northumbrians (Anonymi 1864) and principes (Anonymi 1866) adopted pagan hair- and beard-styles and dressed luxuriously.: Alcuin.Ep  16 (pp. 43-4)
Killing/murder (7)
 Eardwulf 4.killing: In the second year of king Æthelred 7 Ealdorman Eardwulf 4 was captured and brought to Ripon, and orders were given by the aforesaid king for him to be killed there outside the gate of the monastery. And the brethren carried his body to the church with Gregorian chants, and placed it outside in a tent, and after midnight he was found in the church, alive.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55 (791)
 Torhtmund 1.avenging of blood of his lord, Æthelred 7: Torhtmund 1 bravely avenged the blood of his lord, Æthelred 7.: Alcuin.Ep  231
 Æthelbald 7-Heardberht 4.killing of three ealdormen: In the fourth year of King Æthelred 7, namely 778, three duces, namely Ealdwulf 11, Cynewulf 5 and Ecga 2, were treacherously killed by the order of the same King by the nobles Æthelbald 7 and Heardberht 4 on 29 September. : NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  49 (778)
 Æthelred 7.killing: In 796 King Æthelred 7 was killed near the Cover on 18 April, in the seventh year of his reign. : NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  58 (796)
 Æthelred 7.killing by Anonymi 832: Æthelred 7 was killed [ABCDEG: by his own people (Anonymi 832)].: ASC  794 ACDEF(OE and Lat.)G, <794> B (796)
 Æthelred 7.killing of Oelf 1 and Oelfwin 1: In 791 the sons of King Ælfwald 7 were taken by force from the city of York, being brought from the principle church by false promises, and were miserably killed by King Æthelred 7 in Wonwaldremere; their names were Oelf 1 and Oelfwin 1.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55 (791)
 Æthelred 7.killing of Osred 3: In 792 Osred 3 came secretly from exile in the Isle of Man, relying on the oaths and good faith of certain nobles; and as his soldiers deserted him, he was captured there by the aforesaid king Æthelred 7 and killed by his orders at the place which is called Aynburg on 14 September. His body was conveyed to Tynemouth and buried in the church of the same noble monastery.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55 (792)
Kingdom - accession to (2)
 Æthelred 7.exile: In 779 Æthelred 7 was expelled from the royal throne and driven into exile. Then Ælfwald 7, son of Oswald 2, received the kingdom of the Northumbrians and held it for ten years.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  49 (779)
 Æthelred 7.renewed accession to kingdom: Æthelred 7 again acceded to the kingdom.: ASC (DEF)  790 DEF(OE and Lat.) (790)
Marriage (1)
 Æthelred 7.marriage to Ælfflæd 5: In 792 Æthelred 7 married Ælfflæd 5, daughter of King Offa 7 of Mercia, at Catterick on 29 September.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55 (792)
Miracle (3)
 Alcuin 1.experience of bloody rain in York: Alcuin 1 and the recipients of his letter (Æthelred 7 and Anonymi 1861) experienced bloody rain in York.: Alcuin.Ep  16 (p. 43)
 Cuthbert 1.translation: Because of the attacks of the Danes it was decided that the bodies of the saints should be removed to the mainland from Lindisfarne. The body of St Cuthbert 1 was nearly taken to Ireland, but a strong wind brought the ship back. So it was interred with due honour at Ubbenford [Norham], on the river Tweed. There it lay for many years, until the arrival of King Æthelred 7 on the scene, though Cuthbert 1 had not in the interval been inactive in helping his countrymen, but had wandered all over England working miracles.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.129
 Eardwulf 4.killing: In the second year of king Æthelred 7 Ealdorman Eardwulf 4 was captured and brought to Ripon, and orders were given by the aforesaid king for him to be killed there outside the gate of the monastery. And the brethren carried his body to the church with Gregorian chants, and placed it outside in a tent, and after midnight he was found in the church, alive.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55 (791)
Monastic life, converting to/joining/oblation (1)
 Alcuin 1.second letter to Osbald 1 urging him to fulfil his vow to give up secular life: Alcuin 1 urged Osbald 1 to fulfil his vow to give up the secular life.: Alcuin.Ep  109
Oath-swearing/fealty (1)
 Æthelred 7.killing of Osred 3: In 792 Osred 3 came secretly from exile in the Isle of Man, relying on the oaths and good faith of certain nobles; and as his soldiers deserted him, he was captured there by the aforesaid king Æthelred 7 and killed by his orders at the place which is called Aynburg on 14 September. His body was conveyed to Tynemouth and buried in the church of the same noble monastery.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55 (792)
Pagan practice (1)
 Anonymi 1864-Anonymi 1866.dress, hair-style and behaviour: Alcuin 1 questioned why the Northumbrians (Anonymi 1864) and principes (Anonymi 1866) adopted pagan hair- and beard-styles and dressed luxuriously.: Alcuin.Ep  16 (pp. 43-4)
Prophecy (1)
 Alcuin 1.letter to King Æthelred 7: Alcuin 1 in a letter to King Æthelred 7 prophesizes a disaster for York.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.99.5-6
Relics-incorrupt preservation/placing in reliquary/requesting/translating (1)
 Cuthbert 1.translation: Because of the attacks of the Danes it was decided that the bodies of the saints should be removed to the mainland from Lindisfarne. The body of St Cuthbert 1 was nearly taken to Ireland, but a strong wind brought the ship back. So it was interred with due honour at Ubbenford [Norham], on the river Tweed. There it lay for many years, until the arrival of King Æthelred 7 on the scene, though Cuthbert 1 had not in the interval been inactive in helping his countrymen, but had wandered all over England working miracles.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.129
Restoration to kingship (1)
 Æthelred 7.return from exile: In 790 Æthelred 7 was freed from banishment and again enthroned by the grace of Christ on the throne of the kingdom [of the Northumbrians].: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55 (790)
Visit (1)
 Alcuin 1.residence in England: The new reign [sc. of Æthelred 7] detained Alcuin 1 in England.: Alcuin.Ep  10
Vowing celibacy/chastity/virginity/poverty (1)
 Alcuin 1.second letter to Osbald 1 urging him to fulfil his vow to give up secular life: Alcuin 1 urged Osbald 1 to fulfil his vow to give up the secular life.: Alcuin.Ep  109
Factoids linked indirectly to Æthelred 7 (54)
Authorship (3)
Alcuin 1:  Author of a letter to Æthelred 7, king [of the Northumbrians], following the sacking of the church of St Cuthbert [at Lindisfarne] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *16
Alcuin 1:  Author of a letter to Æthelred 7, king [of the Northumbrians], the patricius Osbald 1, the dux Osberht 3 and all his friends (Anonymi 1867) (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *18
Alcuin 1:  Author of a letter to Æthelred 7, king [of the Northumbrians] (Letter): Alcuin.Ep  *30
Office (48)
Dux of Æthelred 7 (1)
 Osberht 3: Alcuin.Ep  18 (p. 49 line 17)
Moneyer of Æthelred 7 (47)
 Ceolbeald 2: EMC Coin  1986.1017 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 Ceolbeald 2: EMC Coin  1986.1015 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 Ceolbeald 2: EMC Coin  1986.1022 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 Ceolbeald 2: EMC Coin  1986.1021 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 Ceolbeald 2: EMC Coin  1986.102 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 Ceolbeald 2: EMC Coin  1986.1019 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 Ceolbeald 2: EMC Coin  1986.1018 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 Ceolbeald 2: EMC Coin  1986.1016 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 Ceolbeald 2: EMC Coin  2001.0315 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 Ceolbeald 2: EMC Coin  1983.0129 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 Ceolbeald 2: EMC Coin  1996.0133 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Ceolbeald 2: EMC Coin  2001.0317 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Ceolbeald 2: EMC Coin  2001.0163 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Ceolbeald 2: EMC Coin  1997.8201 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Ceolbeald 2: EMC Coin  1997.0409 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Ceolbeald 2: EMC Coin  1997.041 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Ceolbeald 2: EMC Coin  2001.0184 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Ceolbeald 2: EMC Coin  2001.0157 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Ceolbeald 2: EMC Coin  2005.0278 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Ceolbeald 2: EMC Coin  2005.0125 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Ceolbeald 2: EMC Coin  2007.0106 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Ceolbeald 2: EMC Coin  2008.009 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Ceolbeald 2: EMC Coin  1048.0202 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Ceolbeald 2: EMC Coin  1048.0203 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Ceolbeald 2: EMC Coin  1020.03681 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Ceolbeald 2: EMC Coin  1020.0368 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Ceolbeald 2: EMC Coin  1050.0034 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Cuthgils 2: EMC Coin  1997.8204 (N 184 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Cuthgils 2: EMC Coin  2008.0093 (N 184 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Cuthgils 2: EMC Coin  2008.0092 (N 184 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Cuthgils 2: EMC Coin  1983.0127 (N 184 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Cuthgils 2: EMC Coin  1004.0273 (N 184 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Cuthheard 5: EMC Coin  1986.1026 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 Cuthheard 5: EMC Coin  1986.1025 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 Cuthheard 5: EMC Coin  1986.5015 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Cuthheard 5: EMC Coin  2001.0528 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Cuthheard 5: EMC Coin  2001.0309 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Cuthheard 5: EMC Coin  1997.0411 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Cuthheard 5: EMC Coin  2001.0249 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Cuthheard 5: EMC Coin  2006.0324 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Eanbald 1: EMC Coin  1983.013 (Æthelred I of Northumbria (no further details))
 Eanbald 1: EMC Coin  1993.9477 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Eanbald 1: EMC Coin  2001.0645 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Eanbald 1: EMC Coin  2001.0126 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Eanbald 1: EMC Coin  2001.0151 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
 Eanbald 1: EMC Coin  2001.0065 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign))
 Hwætred 3: EMC Coin  1991.0401 (N 185.1 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign))
Occupation (1)
Servant of Æthelred 7 (1)
 Torhtmund 1: Alcuin.Ep  231
Status (1)
Noble of Æthelred 7 (1)
 Anonymi 1861: Alcuin.Ep  16 (p. 42 line 19)
Event (1)
Advice/counsel (2)
 Alcuin 1.letter of advice and best wishes to Æthelred 7: Alcuin 1 offered spiritual advice and best wishes to Æthelred 7.: Alcuin.Ep  30
 Alcuin 1.letter of counsel to Æthelred 7 and others: Alcuin 1 gave counsel to Æthelred 7, Osbald 1, Osberht 3 and all his friends (Anonymi 1867), advising them as to how they should act.: Alcuin.Ep  18
Alms-giving (1)
 Charlemagne 1.gifts to episcopal sees, metropolitan cities and Offa 7: Charlemagne 1 sent various gifts to England.: Charlemagne.Ep.100   
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of king (3)
 Æthelred 7.accession to throne: Æthelred 7 succeeded to the throne.: Alcuin.Ep  8
 Æthelred 7.receiving kingdom: In 774 Æthelred 7, son of Æthelwald 14, received the kingdom in his place. Crowned with such great honour, he held it barely five year.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  48 (774)
 Æthelred 7.renewed accession to kingdom: Æthelred 7 again acceded to the kingdom.: ASC (DEF)  790 DEF(OE and Lat.) (790)
Betrayal/oath-breaking (2)
 Æthelred 7.killing of Oelf 1 and Oelfwin 1: In 791 the sons of King Ælfwald 7 were taken by force from the city of York, being brought from the principle church by false promises, and were miserably killed by King Æthelred 7 in Wonwaldremere; their names were Oelf 1 and Oelfwin 1.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55 (791)
 Æthelred 7.killing of Osred 3: In 792 Osred 3 came secretly from exile in the Isle of Man, relying on the oaths and good faith of certain nobles; and as his soldiers deserted him, he was captured there by the aforesaid king Æthelred 7 and killed by his orders at the place which is called Aynburg on 14 September. His body was conveyed to Tynemouth and buried in the church of the same noble monastery.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55 (792)
Burial (1)
 Æthelred 7.killing of Osred 3: In 792 Osred 3 came secretly from exile in the Isle of Man, relying on the oaths and good faith of certain nobles; and as his soldiers deserted him, he was captured there by the aforesaid king Æthelred 7 and killed by his orders at the place which is called Aynburg on 14 September. His body was conveyed to Tynemouth and buried in the church of the same noble monastery.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55 (792)
Capture (2)
 Eardwulf 4.killing: In the second year of king Æthelred 7 Ealdorman Eardwulf 4 was captured and brought to Ripon, and orders were given by the aforesaid king for him to be killed there outside the gate of the monastery. And the brethren carried his body to the church with Gregorian chants, and placed it outside in a tent, and after midnight he was found in the church, alive.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55 (791)
 Æthelred 7.killing of Osred 3: In 792 Osred 3 came secretly from exile in the Isle of Man, relying on the oaths and good faith of certain nobles; and as his soldiers deserted him, he was captured there by the aforesaid king Æthelred 7 and killed by his orders at the place which is called Aynburg on 14 September. His body was conveyed to Tynemouth and buried in the church of the same noble monastery.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55 (792)
Church/monastery destruction (1)
 Alcuin 1.letters referring to the devastation of Lindisfarne by the Danes: Alcuin 1 in his letters to bishop Hygebald 3 and king Æthelred 7 alluded to the devastation of Lindisfarne by the Danes. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.127-8
Conspiracy/intent to murder (2)
 Æthelbald 7-Heardberht 4.killing of three ealdormen: In the fourth year of King Æthelred 7, namely 778, three duces, namely Ealdwulf 11, Cynewulf 5 and Ecga 2, were treacherously killed by the order of the same King by the nobles Æthelbald 7 and Heardberht 4 on 29 September. : NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  49 (778)
 Æthelred 7.killing of Oelf 1 and Oelfwin 1: In 791 the sons of King Ælfwald 7 were taken by force from the city of York, being brought from the principle church by false promises, and were miserably killed by King Æthelred 7 in Wonwaldremere; their names were Oelf 1 and Oelfwin 1.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55 (791)
Coronation (1)
 Æthelred 7.receiving kingdom: In 774 Æthelred 7, son of Æthelwald 14, received the kingdom in his place. Crowned with such great honour, he held it barely five year.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  48 (774)
Correspondence (8)
 Alcuin 1.experience of bloody rain in York: Alcuin 1 and the recipients of his letter (Æthelred 7 and Anonymi 1861) experienced bloody rain in York.: Alcuin.Ep  16 (p. 43)
 Alcuin 1.letter of advice and best wishes to Æthelred 7: Alcuin 1 offered spiritual advice and best wishes to Æthelred 7.: Alcuin.Ep  30
 Alcuin 1.letter of consolation to Æthelthida 1 on the death of her son: Alcuin 1 wrote to console Æthelthida 1 after the death of her son [sc. Æthelred 7]..: Alcuin.Ep  105
 Alcuin 1.letter of counsel to Æthelred 7 and others: Alcuin 1 gave counsel to Æthelred 7, Osbald 1, Osberht 3 and all his friends (Anonymi 1867), advising them as to how they should act.: Alcuin.Ep  18
 Alcuin 1.letter of warning to King Æthelred 7 and his nobles: Alcuin 1 warned Æthelred 7 and his nobles (Anonymi 1861) about their behaviour.: Alcuin.Ep  16
 Alcuin 1.letter to King Æthelred 7: Alcuin 1 in a letter to King Æthelred 7 prophesizes a disaster for York.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.99.5-6
 Alcuin 1.letters referring to the devastation of Lindisfarne by the Danes: Alcuin 1 in his letters to bishop Hygebald 3 and king Æthelred 7 alluded to the devastation of Lindisfarne by the Danes. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.127-8
 Alcuin 1.second letter to Osbald 1 urging him to fulfil his vow to give up secular life: Alcuin 1 urged Osbald 1 to fulfil his vow to give up the secular life.: Alcuin.Ep  109
Death/dying (2)
 Alcuin 1.letter of consolation to Æthelthida 1 on the death of her son: Alcuin 1 wrote to console Æthelthida 1 after the death of her son [sc. Æthelred 7]..: Alcuin.Ep  105
 Æthelred 7.death: Æthelred 7 died.: Alcuin.Ep  105
Desertion, military (1)
 Æthelred 7.killing of Osred 3: In 792 Osred 3 came secretly from exile in the Isle of Man, relying on the oaths and good faith of certain nobles; and as his soldiers deserted him, he was captured there by the aforesaid king Æthelred 7 and killed by his orders at the place which is called Aynburg on 14 September. His body was conveyed to Tynemouth and buried in the church of the same noble monastery.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55 (792)
Exile (3)
 Ælfwald 7.driving of Æthelred 7 from land: Ælfwald 7 drove Æthelred 7 from the land.: ASC (DEF)  778 DE (778 x 779)
 Æthelred 7.exile: In 779 Æthelred 7 was expelled from the royal throne and driven into exile. Then Ælfwald 7, son of Oswald 2, received the kingdom of the Northumbrians and held it for ten years.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  49 (779)
 Æthelred 7.killing of Osred 3: In 792 Osred 3 came secretly from exile in the Isle of Man, relying on the oaths and good faith of certain nobles; and as his soldiers deserted him, he was captured there by the aforesaid king Æthelred 7 and killed by his orders at the place which is called Aynburg on 14 September. His body was conveyed to Tynemouth and buried in the church of the same noble monastery.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55 (792)
Expulsion (1)
 Æthelred 7.exile: In 779 Æthelred 7 was expelled from the royal throne and driven into exile. Then Ælfwald 7, son of Oswald 2, received the kingdom of the Northumbrians and held it for ten years.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  49 (779)
Grant and Gift (2)
 Charlemagne 1.despatch and subsequent withdrawal of gifts to Æthelred 7 and his bishoprics: Charlemagne 1 sent gifts to Æthelred 7 and his bishoprics, but subsequently withdrew them.: Alcuin.Ep  101
 Charlemagne 1.gifts to episcopal sees, metropolitan cities and Offa 7: Charlemagne 1 sent various gifts to England.: Charlemagne.Ep.100   
Interrogation (1)
 Anonymi 1864-Anonymi 1866.dress, hair-style and behaviour: Alcuin 1 questioned why the Northumbrians (Anonymi 1864) and principes (Anonymi 1866) adopted pagan hair- and beard-styles and dressed luxuriously.: Alcuin.Ep  16 (pp. 43-4)
Killing/murder (7)
 Eardwulf 4.killing: In the second year of king Æthelred 7 Ealdorman Eardwulf 4 was captured and brought to Ripon, and orders were given by the aforesaid king for him to be killed there outside the gate of the monastery. And the brethren carried his body to the church with Gregorian chants, and placed it outside in a tent, and after midnight he was found in the church, alive.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55 (791)
 Torhtmund 1.avenging of blood of his lord, Æthelred 7: Torhtmund 1 bravely avenged the blood of his lord, Æthelred 7.: Alcuin.Ep  231
 Æthelbald 7-Heardberht 4.killing of three ealdormen: In the fourth year of King Æthelred 7, namely 778, three duces, namely Ealdwulf 11, Cynewulf 5 and Ecga 2, were treacherously killed by the order of the same King by the nobles Æthelbald 7 and Heardberht 4 on 29 September. : NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  49 (778)
 Æthelred 7.killing: In 796 King Æthelred 7 was killed near the Cover on 18 April, in the seventh year of his reign. : NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  58 (796)
 Æthelred 7.killing by Anonymi 832: Æthelred 7 was killed [ABCDEG: by his own people (Anonymi 832)].: ASC  794 ACDEF(OE and Lat.)G, <794> B (796)
 Æthelred 7.killing of Oelf 1 and Oelfwin 1: In 791 the sons of King Ælfwald 7 were taken by force from the city of York, being brought from the principle church by false promises, and were miserably killed by King Æthelred 7 in Wonwaldremere; their names were Oelf 1 and Oelfwin 1.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55 (791)
 Æthelred 7.killing of Osred 3: In 792 Osred 3 came secretly from exile in the Isle of Man, relying on the oaths and good faith of certain nobles; and as his soldiers deserted him, he was captured there by the aforesaid king Æthelred 7 and killed by his orders at the place which is called Aynburg on 14 September. His body was conveyed to Tynemouth and buried in the church of the same noble monastery.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55 (792)
Kingdom - accession to (2)
 Æthelred 7.exile: In 779 Æthelred 7 was expelled from the royal throne and driven into exile. Then Ælfwald 7, son of Oswald 2, received the kingdom of the Northumbrians and held it for ten years.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  49 (779)
 Æthelred 7.renewed accession to kingdom: Æthelred 7 again acceded to the kingdom.: ASC (DEF)  790 DEF(OE and Lat.) (790)
Marriage (1)
 Æthelred 7.marriage to Ælfflæd 5: In 792 Æthelred 7 married Ælfflæd 5, daughter of King Offa 7 of Mercia, at Catterick on 29 September.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55 (792)
Miracle (3)
 Alcuin 1.experience of bloody rain in York: Alcuin 1 and the recipients of his letter (Æthelred 7 and Anonymi 1861) experienced bloody rain in York.: Alcuin.Ep  16 (p. 43)
 Cuthbert 1.translation: Because of the attacks of the Danes it was decided that the bodies of the saints should be removed to the mainland from Lindisfarne. The body of St Cuthbert 1 was nearly taken to Ireland, but a strong wind brought the ship back. So it was interred with due honour at Ubbenford [Norham], on the river Tweed. There it lay for many years, until the arrival of King Æthelred 7 on the scene, though Cuthbert 1 had not in the interval been inactive in helping his countrymen, but had wandered all over England working miracles.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.129
 Eardwulf 4.killing: In the second year of king Æthelred 7 Ealdorman Eardwulf 4 was captured and brought to Ripon, and orders were given by the aforesaid king for him to be killed there outside the gate of the monastery. And the brethren carried his body to the church with Gregorian chants, and placed it outside in a tent, and after midnight he was found in the church, alive.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55 (791)
Monastic life, converting to/joining/oblation (1)
 Alcuin 1.second letter to Osbald 1 urging him to fulfil his vow to give up secular life: Alcuin 1 urged Osbald 1 to fulfil his vow to give up the secular life.: Alcuin.Ep  109
Oath-swearing/fealty (1)
 Æthelred 7.killing of Osred 3: In 792 Osred 3 came secretly from exile in the Isle of Man, relying on the oaths and good faith of certain nobles; and as his soldiers deserted him, he was captured there by the aforesaid king Æthelred 7 and killed by his orders at the place which is called Aynburg on 14 September. His body was conveyed to Tynemouth and buried in the church of the same noble monastery.: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55 (792)
Pagan practice (1)
 Anonymi 1864-Anonymi 1866.dress, hair-style and behaviour: Alcuin 1 questioned why the Northumbrians (Anonymi 1864) and principes (Anonymi 1866) adopted pagan hair- and beard-styles and dressed luxuriously.: Alcuin.Ep  16 (pp. 43-4)
Prophecy (1)
 Alcuin 1.letter to King Æthelred 7: Alcuin 1 in a letter to King Æthelred 7 prophesizes a disaster for York.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.99.5-6
Relics-incorrupt preservation/placing in reliquary/requesting/translating (1)
 Cuthbert 1.translation: Because of the attacks of the Danes it was decided that the bodies of the saints should be removed to the mainland from Lindisfarne. The body of St Cuthbert 1 was nearly taken to Ireland, but a strong wind brought the ship back. So it was interred with due honour at Ubbenford [Norham], on the river Tweed. There it lay for many years, until the arrival of King Æthelred 7 on the scene, though Cuthbert 1 had not in the interval been inactive in helping his countrymen, but had wandered all over England working miracles.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.129
Restoration to kingship (1)
 Æthelred 7.return from exile: In 790 Æthelred 7 was freed from banishment and again enthroned by the grace of Christ on the throne of the kingdom [of the Northumbrians].: NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55 (790)
Visit (1)
 Alcuin 1.residence in England: The new reign [sc. of Æthelred 7] detained Alcuin 1 in England.: Alcuin.Ep  10
Vowing celibacy/chastity/virginity/poverty (1)
 Alcuin 1.second letter to Osbald 1 urging him to fulfil his vow to give up secular life: Alcuin 1 urged Osbald 1 to fulfil his vow to give up the secular life.: Alcuin.Ep  109