Edward 2 (Male) the Elder, king of the Anglo-Saxons, 899-924
e vii-l x

Notes: Edward had at least three consorts, the first of whom, Ecgwynn fl. c.893-900, mother of Ęthelstan 18, is only mentioned in post-Conquest sources. See Sean Miller, ?Edward [Edward the Elder] (870s?-924)?, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford.

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EADWARDUS (1)
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Ea[d]wardus (1)
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Eaduuard (2)
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 S454   
Eaduuardus (3)
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 Wulfstan Cantor.VitĘthelwoldi  7
 Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 52)
Eaduueard (1)
 S1451a   
Eaduueardus (1)
 S376   
Eaduuerd (1)
 Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 54)
Eaduuerdus (5)
 Ęlfric.VitĘthelwoldi  2
 Ęlfric.VitĘthelwoldi  5
 Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.Cap.
 Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 49)
 Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 51)
Eadward (21)
 ASC  906 D
 ASC  913 D
 ASC (A)  925 F (OE)
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 Anon.TreatyEdwGuth   
Eadwardus (7)
 S360   
 S367a   
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 S226   
 Annals.Flodoard  926 8E
Eadweard (42)
 ASC  900 A, <901> B, 901 CDG
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 ASC  911 A, <912> B, 912 CDG
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 ASC (A)  920 A, 924 G
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 Edward.Laws   
Eadweardus (1)
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Eadwerd (6)
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 ASC  903 C
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 S365   
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 Ęthelstan.Laws   
Eadwerdus (2)
 S361   
 Ęthelweard.Chron  Prol.
Edward (11)
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Edwardus (8)
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Wlfhelm (1)
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senior Eaduuardus (1)
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitĘthelwoldi  1
Ędward (3)
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Ędweard (1)
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ĘŠELRĘD (2)
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Personal Information (4)
education (1)
 Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  21 (long wisely taught by his father)
other (2)
 NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 14r.3.xi (glorious)
 NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 14r.3.xi (great)
piety (1)
 NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 8v.1 (most devout princeps)
Education (2)
 Edward 2 and Ęlfthryth 5 were always reared in the royal court through the great diligence of tutors (Anonymi 125) and nurses (Anonymi 126).: Asser.VitAlfredi  75
 Nor are these [sc. Edward 2 and Ęlfthryth] allowed to live lazily and heedlessly without liberal study in the midst of other pursuits which are appropriate to nobles, for they have zealously learnt the Psalms and Saxon books and epsecially Saxon poems, and very frequently use books.: Asser.VitAlfredi  75
Office (1187)
High Priest (1)
 S398   
King (1185)
 ASC  900 A, <901> B, 901 CDG
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 ASC  <903> B, 903 CD
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 S382    (king of the Anglo-Saxons)
 S383    (king of the Anglo-Saxons)
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 S1211   
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 Ęthelweard.Chron  Prol.
 Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.Cap.
 Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.Cap.
 Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 51)
 Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 52)
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 NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 14r.3.xi (King of the West Saxons)
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 S1417   
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Minister (1)
 S355   
Status (1)
(1)
 Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 49)
Personal Relationship (152)
~ Ancestor (Consanguineal kinship) of Edward 2 (5)
 Cenwald 4: of Edward 2: S375   
 Ine 1: of Edward 2: S375   
 Ecgberht 10: of Edward 2: S375   
 Cynegils 1: of Edward 2: S376   
 Cenwealh 2: of Edward 2: S376   
~ Brother (Consanguineal kinship) of Edward 2 (8)
 Ęthelweard 5: of Edward 2: S375   
 Ęthelweard 5: of Edward 2: S376   
 Ęthelweard 5: of Edward 2: S377   
 Ęthelweard 5: of Edward 2: S378   
 Ęthelstan 18: of Edward 2: S378   
 Ęthelweard 5: of Edward 2: S383   
 Osfrith 8: of Edward 2: S1286   
 Ęthelweard 5: of Edward 2: S1443   
~ Daughter (Consanguineal kinship) of Edward 2 (4)
 Eadgyth 2: of Edward 2: ASC (BC)  982 C
 Eadgifu 3: of Edward 2: Ęthelweard.Chron  Prol.
 Eadhild 1: of Edward 2: Annals.Flodoard  926 8E
 Eadburg 8: of Edward 2: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.78.3
~ Dear (General relationship) of Edward 2 (1)
 Frithestan 1: of Edward 2: S382   
Edward 2 Father (Consanguineal kinship) of ~ (5)
 of Ęthelstan 18: S398   
 of Ęthelstan 18: S398   
 of Ęthelstan 18: S414   
 of Ęthelstan 18: S454   
 of Edmund 14: S499   
~ Father (Consanguineal kinship) of Edward 2 (7)
 Alfred 8: of Edward 2: S358   
 Alfred 8: of Edward 2: S359   
 Alfred 8: of Edward 2: S370   
 Alfred 8: of Edward 2: S384   
 Alfred 8: of Edward 2: S1443   
 Alfred 8: of Edward 2: S499   
 Alfred 8: of Edward 2: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  14
Edward 2 Father (Honorific kinship) of ~ (7)
 of Constantine 2: ASC (A)  920 A, 924 G
 of Anonymi 1456: ASC (A)  920 A, 924 G
 of Ragnald 1: ASC (A)  920 A, 924 G
 of Anonymi 1457: ASC (A)  920 A, 924 G
 of Anonymi 1458: ASC (A)  920 A, 924 G
 of Anonymous 502: ASC (A)  920 A, 924 G
 of Anonymi 1459: ASC (A)  920 A, 924 G
~ Favourite (General relationship) of Edward 2 (1)
 Ealdred 27: of Edward 2: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  22
Edward 2 Grandfather (Consanguineal kinship) of ~ (2)
 of Edgar 11: S728   
 of Edgar 11: S806   
~ Grandfather (Consanguineal kinship) of Edward 2 (4)
 Ęthelwulf 1: of Edward 2: S358   
 Ęthelwulf 1: of Edward 2: S359   
 Ęthelwulf 1: of Edward 2: S365   
 Ęthelwulf 1: of Edward 2: S369   
~ Great-Grandfather, Paternal (Consanguineal kinship) of Edward 2 (4)
 Ecgberht 10: of Edward 2: S358   
 Ęthelwulf 1: of Edward 2: S384   
 Ecgberht 10: of Edward 2: S384   
 Ecgberht 10: of Edward 2: Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 51)
~ Liegeman (General relationship) of Edward 2 (1)
 Anonymi 1022: of Edward 2: ASC  [904] B, 904 CD
Edward 2 Lord (General relationship) of ~ (17)
 of Thurferth 2: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (p. 80)
 of Anonymi 1438: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (p. 80)
 of Anonymi 1439: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (p. 80)
 of Anonymi 1446: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (p. 81)
 of Anonymi 1448: ASC (A)  918 A, 922 G
 of Hywel 2: ASC (A)  918 A, 922 G
 of Clydog 1: ASC (A)  918 A, 922 G
 of Idwal Foel ab Anarawd 1: ASC (A)  918 A, 922 G
 of Anonymi 1450: ASC (A)  918 A, 922 G
 of Constantine 2: ASC (A)  920 A, 924 G
 of Anonymi 1456: ASC (A)  920 A, 924 G
 of Ragnald 1: ASC (A)  920 A, 924 G
 of Anonymi 1457: ASC (A)  920 A, 924 G
 of Anonymi 1458: ASC (A)  920 A, 924 G
 of Anonymous 502: ASC (A)  920 A, 924 G
 of Anonymi 1459: ASC (A)  920 A, 924 G
 of Denewulf 1: S1444   
~ Male cousin, paternal uncle’s son (Consanguineal kinship) of Edward 2 (1)
 Ęthelwald 35: of Edward 2: ASC  900 A, <901> B, 901 CDG
~ Mother (Consanguineal kinship) of Edward 2 (4)
 Ealhswith 1: of Edward 2: ASC  <903> B, 903 CD
 Ealhswith 1: of Edward 2: S363   
 Ealhswith 1: of Edward 2: NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 9r.1
 Ealhswith 1: of Edward 2: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.245.2
Edward 2 Predecessor (General relationship) of ~ (1)
 of Cnut 3: S966   
~ Propinquus (Consanguineal kinship) of Edward 2 (1)
 Osfrith 8: of Edward 2: S378   
Edward 2 Protector (General relationship) of ~ (5)
 of Thurferth 2: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (p. 80)
 of Anonymi 1438: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (p. 80)
 of Anonymi 1439: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (p. 80)
 of Anonymi 1441: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (p. 81)
 of Anonymi 1446: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (p. 81)
~ Sister (Consanguineal kinship) of Edward 2 (2)
 Ęthelflęd 4: of Edward 2: ASC (A)  918 A, 922 G
 Ęthelflęd 4: of Edward 2: Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 53)
Edward 2 Son (Consanguineal kinship) of ~ (17)
 of Alfred 8: Asser.VitAlfredi  75
 of Ealhswith 1: Asser.VitAlfredi  75
 of Alfred 8: ASC  900 A, <901> B, 901 CDG
 of Alfred 8: S342a   
 of Alfred 8: S348   
 of Alfred 8: S351   
 of Alfred 8: S356   
 of Alfred 8: S357   
 of Alfred 8: Ęthelweard.Chron  Prol.
 of Alfred 8: Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 49)
 of Alfred 8: Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 51)
 of Alfred 8: NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 14r.3.xi
 of Alfred 8: NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 8r.1
 of Alfred 8: S1507   
 of Alfred 8: Anon.LiberEliensis  I.42
 of Alfred 8: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.241.1
 of Alfred 8: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  82
~ Son (Consanguineal kinship) of Edward 2 (43)
 Ęlfweard 4: of Edward 2: ASC (MR)  [924] B, 924 CD
 Ęthelstan 18: of Edward 2: ASC (A)  924 A
 Ęthelstan 18: of Edward 2: ASC  937.7 ACD, <937> B, 938 G
 Edmund 14: of Edward 2: ASC  937.7 ACD, <937> B, 938 G
 Edmund 14: of Edward 2: ASC  942.13 ACDG, <942> B
 Ęthelstan 18: of Edward 2: Ęlfric.VitĘthelwoldi  5
 Ęthelstan 18: of Edward 2: Wulfstan Cantor.VitĘthelwoldi  7
 Ęthelweard 5: of Edward 2: S359   
 Ęthelweard 5: of Edward 2: S360   
 Ęthelweard 5: of Edward 2: S362   
 Ęthelweard 5: of Edward 2: S364   
 Ęthelweard 5: of Edward 2: S365   
 Ęlfweard 4: of Edward 2: S365   
 Ęthelstan 18: of Edward 2: S365   
 Alfred 28: of Edward 2: S366   
 Ęthelweard 5: of Edward 2: S366   
 Ęthelstan 18: of Edward 2: S366   
 Ęthelweard 5: of Edward 2: S368   
 Ęthelweard 5: of Edward 2: S370   
 Ęthelstan 18: of Edward 2: S371   
 Ęthelweard 5: of Edward 2: S372   
 Ęthelweard 5: of Edward 2: S373   
 Ęthelweard 5: of Edward 2: S374   
 Ęthelstan 18: of Edward 2: S375   
 Ęlfweard 4: of Edward 2: S375   
 Ęthelstan 18: of Edward 2: S376   
 Ęlfweard 4: of Edward 2: S376   
 Ęthelstan 18: of Edward 2: S377   
 Ęlfweard 4: of Edward 2: S377   
 Ęlfweard 4: of Edward 2: S378   
 Ęthelstan 18: of Edward 2: S381   
 Ęlfweard 4: of Edward 2: S381   
 Ęthelstan 18: of Edward 2: S383   
 Ęlfweard 4: of Edward 2: S383   
 Ęthelweard 5: of Edward 2: S1286   
 Ęlfweard 4: of Edward 2: NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 14v.4.ii
 Ęlfweard 4: of Edward 2: NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 9v.1
 Ęlfwine 7: of Edward 2: NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 14v.4.iii
 Ęthelweard 5: of Edward 2: NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 9v.1
 Ęthelstan 18: of Edward 2: Anon.LiberEliensis  I.42
 Ęthelstan 18: of Edward 2: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.246.1
 Ęthelstan 18: of Edward 2: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  25
 Ęthelstan 18: of Edward 2: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  83
~ Subject (General relationship) of Edward 2 (1)
 Anonymi 1429: of Edward 2: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 67), 921 G (p. 79)
Edward 2 Successor (General relationship) of ~ (4)
 of Alfred 8: Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 51)
 of Alfred 8: Anon.LiberEliensis  I.42
 of Alfred 8: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  21
 of Alfred 8: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  82
~ Successor (General relationship) of Edward 2 (4)
 Ęthelstan 18: of Edward 2: ASC (A)  924 A, 925 G
 Ęthelstan 18: of Edward 2: Anon.LiberEliensis  I.42
 Ęthelstan 18: of Edward 2: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.246.1
 Ęthelstan 18: of Edward 2: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  83
~ Wife (Affinal kinship) of Edward 2 (3)
 Ęlfflęd 10: of Edward 2: S363   
 Eadgifu 4: of Edward 2: NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 26r.20.ii
 Ęlfflęd 10: of Edward 2: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.245.2
Event (249)
Advice/counsel (4)
 Alfred 8.death: In 899 King Alfred 8 died when he had reigned 28 years, and his son Edward 2 succeeded him, having been diligently admonished by his father that he should especially honour St Cuthbert 1.: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  82 (899)
 Alfred 8.grant to St Cuthbert's 1: After Alfred 8 understood the end of his life to be drawing near, long having ruled and worn out by ripe old age, he summoned his son Edward 2 and through him conveyed to St Cuthbert's 1 two armlets and a golden thurible, and admonished him diligently to love God and St Cuthbert 1 and to trust in them just as he himself had always trusted.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  19a
 Alfred 8.vision of St Cuthbert 1: Once, while hiding from the Danes in the Glastonbury marsh, Alfred 8 sent out his household, except for his wife [Ealhswith 1] and one servant [Anonymous 10134], fishing. When a stranger appeared, Alfred 8 shared with him the last loaf of bread and some wine. When the stranger disappeared, the loaf was found whole and intact. The household returned with three boats completely filled with fish, claiming that they had never caught so much before. At night the stranger reappeared before Alfred 8 within a shining beam of light as St Cuthbert 1 and called him the chosen King of all Britain, bestowing many blessings upon him. Since then Alfred 8 considered St Cuthbert 1 his patron. Next morning Alfred 8 gathered five hundred of his best and dearest friends and told them about the vision, urging them to commit themselves to virtuous life. He also advised his son Edward 2, who was there, to be faithful to God and St Cuthbert 1 and not to be afraid of his enemies. And then they rushed upon the Danes and overwhelmed them and took over the rule of Britain.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  15-18
 Edward 2.handing over kingdom to Ęthelstan 18: King Edward 2, full of days and worn down by ripe old age, summoned his son Ęthelstan 18, handed his kingdom over to him, and diligently instructed [him] to love St Cuthbert 1 and honour him above all saints, revealing to him how he had mercifully succoured his father King Alfred 8 in poverty and exile and how he had boldly aided him against all enemies. After making this admonition, he happily died.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  25
Affection (1)
 Ragnald 1.conquering north of England: King Ragnald 1 came with a great multitude of ships and occupied territory of Ealdred 27 son of Ealdwulf 16 [of Bamburgh], who was a favourite of King Edward 2, just as his father Ealdwulf 16 had been a favourite of King Alfred 8. Ealdred 27, having been driven off, went therefore to Scotland, sought aid from King Constantine 2, and brought him into battle against King Ragnald 1 at Corbridge. In this battle the pagan king vanquished Constantine 2, routed the Scots, put Alfred 70 the faithful [man] of St Cuthbert 1 to flight, and killed all the English magnates except Ęldred 5 and his brother Uhtred 15.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  22
Agreement (1)
 S362 - Edward 2 granting land to Ęthelwulf 2: Edward 2 granted land to Ęthelwulf 2 who then gave it to Deorswith 1 with the agreement of Deormod 4: S362    (901)
Allegiance (1)
 Thurcytel 2.seeking with others of Edward 2 as lord: Thurcytel 2, all the holds (Anonymi 1046), the most senior men who belonged to Bedford (Anonymi 1047) and many of those who belonged to Northampton (Anonymi 1048) sought [Edward 2] as lord.: ASC  914 A, <915> B, 915 CD, 918 G (914)
Alms-giving (1)
 Plegmund 1.conveyance of alms to Rome.: Plegmund 1 took alms to Rome on behalf of the people (Anonymi 2589) and also of King Edward 2.: Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 52) (908)
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of bishop (1)
 Various.ordination S1451a: Account of the consecration in 905 of seven bishops (for Winchester, Ramsbury, Sherborne, Wells, Crediton, Selsey and Dorchester), and statement of the assignment to Crediton, on that occasion, of land at Pawton in St Breock, Cęllincg and Lawhitton, Cornwall: S1451a    (905)
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of king (5)
 Edward 2.accession to London, Oxford and attached lands: Edward 2 acceded to London, Oxford and all the lands belonging to them.: ASC (DEF)  910 DE (911)
 Edward 2.accession to London, Oxford and lands attached to them: Edward 2 acceded to London and Oxford and to all those lands which belonged to them.: ASC  911 A, <912> B, 912 CDG (911)
 Edward 2.accession to kingdom: Edward 2, long wisely taught by his father [Alfred 8], succeeded to the kingdom and wisely ruled it.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  21
 Edward 2.election by the first men (Anonymi 2572): Edward 2 was elected by the first men (Anonymi 2572).: Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 51) (900)
 Edward 2.handing over kingdom to Ęthelstan 18: King Edward 2, full of days and worn down by ripe old age, summoned his son Ęthelstan 18, handed his kingdom over to him, and diligently instructed [him] to love St Cuthbert 1 and honour him above all saints, revealing to him how he had mercifully succoured his father King Alfred 8 in poverty and exile and how he had boldly aided him against all enemies. After making this admonition, he happily died.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  25
Army-raising (1)
 Edward 2-Anonymi 1024.raiding: Edward 2 gathered an army (Anonymi 1024) and raided across the territory of the here (Anonymi 1014).: ASC  904 A, <905> B, 905 CDG (902)
Assembly (2)
 Alfred 8.vision of St Cuthbert 1: Once, while hiding from the Danes in the Glastonbury marsh, Alfred 8 sent out his household, except for his wife [Ealhswith 1] and one servant [Anonymous 10134], fishing. When a stranger appeared, Alfred 8 shared with him the last loaf of bread and some wine. When the stranger disappeared, the loaf was found whole and intact. The household returned with three boats completely filled with fish, claiming that they had never caught so much before. At night the stranger reappeared before Alfred 8 within a shining beam of light as St Cuthbert 1 and called him the chosen King of all Britain, bestowing many blessings upon him. Since then Alfred 8 considered St Cuthbert 1 his patron. Next morning Alfred 8 gathered five hundred of his best and dearest friends and told them about the vision, urging them to commit themselves to virtuous life. He also advised his son Edward 2, who was there, to be faithful to God and St Cuthbert 1 and not to be afraid of his enemies. And then they rushed upon the Danes and overwhelmed them and took over the rule of Britain.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  15-18
 Edward 2.summoning people from overseas: For the good of his soul and the welfare of his sons, Edward 2 summoned many distinguished men from overseas.: NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 8v-9r.1
Assistance (1)
 Edward 2.siege of Anonymi 2531 at Thorney: The Danes (Anonymi 2531) were held besieged on an island in the marsh, Thorney. Ęthelred 1 set out from London and helped Edward 2.: Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 49) (893)
Battle (5)
 Alfred 8.vision of St Cuthbert 1: Once, while hiding from the Danes in the Glastonbury marsh, Alfred 8 sent out his household, except for his wife [Ealhswith 1] and one servant [Anonymous 10134], fishing. When a stranger appeared, Alfred 8 shared with him the last loaf of bread and some wine. When the stranger disappeared, the loaf was found whole and intact. The household returned with three boats completely filled with fish, claiming that they had never caught so much before. At night the stranger reappeared before Alfred 8 within a shining beam of light as St Cuthbert 1 and called him the chosen King of all Britain, bestowing many blessings upon him. Since then Alfred 8 considered St Cuthbert 1 his patron. Next morning Alfred 8 gathered five hundred of his best and dearest friends and told them about the vision, urging them to commit themselves to virtuous life. He also advised his son Edward 2, who was there, to be faithful to God and St Cuthbert 1 and not to be afraid of his enemies. And then they rushed upon the Danes and overwhelmed them and took over the rule of Britain.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  15-18
 Anonymi 1029.defeat of Anonymi 1020: His [sc. Edward 2's] fierd from the West Saxons and Mercians (Anonymi 1029) fought and put to flight the here (Anonymi 1020).: ASC  910 A, <911> B, 911 CDG (910)
 Edward 2.battle at Farnham: The forces of Edward 2 (Anonymi 2586) attacked Anonymi 2531, wounded their king (Anonymous 923) and drove them across the Thames.: Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 49) (893)
 Edward 2.battle of Tettenhall: In 910 the English and the Danes fought at Tettenhall. King Edward 2 took London and Oxford and what belonged to it.: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  82 (910)
 Ragnald 1.conquering north of England: King Ragnald 1 came with a great multitude of ships and occupied territory of Ealdred 27 son of Ealdwulf 16 [of Bamburgh], who was a favourite of King Edward 2, just as his father Ealdwulf 16 had been a favourite of King Alfred 8. Ealdred 27, having been driven off, went therefore to Scotland, sought aid from King Constantine 2, and brought him into battle against King Ragnald 1 at Corbridge. In this battle the pagan king vanquished Constantine 2, routed the Scots, put Alfred 70 the faithful [man] of St Cuthbert 1 to flight, and killed all the English magnates except Ęldred 5 and his brother Uhtred 15.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  22
Bequeathing/will-making (6)
 Alfred 8.S1507 bequeathing to Edward 2: King Alfred 8 to Edward 2, his son; bequest of the land at Stratton in Trigg, Hartland, all the booklands which Leofheah 2 held, the land at Carhampton and at Kilton and at Burnham and at Wedmore - he beseeches the community at Cheddar 1 to choose Edward 2 on the terms they agreed - along with the land at Chewton and what belongs to it, Cannington, Bedwyn, Pewsey, Hurstbourne, Sutton (Hants. or Wilts.), Leatherhead, Carshalton, all the booklands which he has in Kent, and 500 pounds.: S1507    (873 x 888)
 Alfred 8.grant to St Cuthbert's 1: After Alfred 8 understood the end of his life to be drawing near, long having ruled and worn out by ripe old age, he summoned his son Edward 2 and through him conveyed to St Cuthbert's 1 two armlets and a golden thurible, and admonished him diligently to love God and St Cuthbert 1 and to trust in them just as he himself had always trusted.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  19a
 Edward 2.S1539 granting homestead to Beorhtwynn 2: King Edward 2 to Beorhtwynn 2; grant of Homestead: S1539    (899 x 924)
 Edward 2.S378 bequeathing land to Winchester, St Peter's 1: King Edward to the familia of Winchester, St Peter's 1; bequest of Ashmanworth: S378    (909)
 Edward 2.bequeathing his kingdom to Ęthelstan 18: Edward 2 bequeathed his kingdom to his son Ęthelstan 18.: Anon.LiberEliensis  I.42
 Edward 2.handing over kingdom to Ęthelstan 18: King Edward 2, full of days and worn down by ripe old age, summoned his son Ęthelstan 18, handed his kingdom over to him, and diligently instructed [him] to love St Cuthbert 1 and honour him above all saints, revealing to him how he had mercifully succoured his father King Alfred 8 in poverty and exile and how he had boldly aided him against all enemies. After making this admonition, he happily died.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  25
Betrayal/oath-breaking (1)
 Edward 2.S362 granting land to Ęthelwulf 2: King Edward 2 to Ęthelwulf 2; grant of 10 hides (cassati) by the river Wylye (i.e. at Stockton, Wilts.), forfeited by Wulfhere 4 and his wife for treason.: S362    (901)
Blessing (1)
 Alfred 8.vision of St Cuthbert 1: Once, while hiding from the Danes in the Glastonbury marsh, Alfred 8 sent out his household, except for his wife [Ealhswith 1] and one servant [Anonymous 10134], fishing. When a stranger appeared, Alfred 8 shared with him the last loaf of bread and some wine. When the stranger disappeared, the loaf was found whole and intact. The household returned with three boats completely filled with fish, claiming that they had never caught so much before. At night the stranger reappeared before Alfred 8 within a shining beam of light as St Cuthbert 1 and called him the chosen King of all Britain, bestowing many blessings upon him. Since then Alfred 8 considered St Cuthbert 1 his patron. Next morning Alfred 8 gathered five hundred of his best and dearest friends and told them about the vision, urging them to commit themselves to virtuous life. He also advised his son Edward 2, who was there, to be faithful to God and St Cuthbert 1 and not to be afraid of his enemies. And then they rushed upon the Danes and overwhelmed them and took over the rule of Britain.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  15-18
Building construction/restoration (1)
 Edward 2.ordering of construction of bridge between two burhs at Nottingham: Edward 2 ordered the bridge over the Trent between the two burhs [at Nottingham] to be built.: ASC (A)  920 A, 924 G (920)
Burh - building (15)
 Anonymi 1033.building of burh at Hertford south of Lea: Some of Edward 2's reinforcements (Anonymi 1033) built a burh at Hertford on the south side of the Lea.: ASC  912 A, <913> B, 913 CDG (912)
 Anonymi 1440.repair of Huntingdon at command of Edward 2: At the behest of Edward 2, Anonymi 1440 repaired and renovated [the burh at Huntingdon] where it had been damaged.: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (pp. 80-1) (917)
 Edward 2.building of a burh on both sides of river at Buckingham: Edward 2 built burhs on either side of the river before he went from there [sc. Buckingham].: ASC  914 A, <915> B, 915 CD, 918 G (914)
 Edward 2.building of burh [at Maldon]: Edward 2 built the burh [at Maldon] and established it before he went from there.: ASC (A)  916 A, 920 G (916)
 Edward 2.building of burh at Hertford: Here in this year Edward 2 ordered the more northern burh at Hertford to be built between the Mimran, Beane and Lea.: ASC  912 A, <913> B, 913 CDG (912)
 Edward 2.building of burh at mouth of Clwyd: Here Edward 2 built the burh at the mouth of the Clwyd.: ASC (MR)  921 CD (921)
 Edward 2.building of stone wall at Towcester: The burh at Towcester was furnished with a stone wall while Edward 2 was staying at Passenham.: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (p. 80) (917)
 Edward 2.ordering of Anonymi 1419 to occupy and construct burh at Towcester: Here in this year at Easter Edward 2 ordered Anonymi 1419 to occupy and build the burh at Towcester.: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 66), 921 G (p. 78) (917)
 Edward 2.ordering of construction of burh at Wigingamere: At Rogationtide Edward 2 ordered the burh at Wigingamere to be built.: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 66), 921 G (p. 78) (917)
 Edward 2.ordering of construction of burh in neighbourhood [of Bakewell]: Edward 2 ordered a single burh to be constructed in the neighbourhood there [at Bakewell].: ASC (A)  920 A, 924 G (920)
 Edward 2.ordering of construction of burh on south side of river [at Bedford]: Edward 2 ordered the burh on the southern side of the river to be built before he went from there [sc. Bedford].: ASC (A)  915 A, 919 G (915)
 Edward 2.ordering of construction of burh on south side of river [at Stamford]: Edward 2 ordered that the burh on the south side of the river [at Stamford] be built.: ASC (A)  918 A, 922 G (918)
 Edward 2.ordering of construction of burh on southern side of river [at Nottingham: Edward 2 ordered the burh on the southern side of the river [at Nottingham] to be built.: ASC (A)  920 A, 924 G (920)
 Edward 2.repair of burh [at Colchester]: Edward 2 repaired the burh [sc. at Colchester] and renovated where it was damaged earlier.: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (p. 81) (917)
 Edward 2.residency at Passanham: Edward 2 resided there [sc. at Passenham] while the burh at Towcester was furnished with a stone wall.: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (p. 80) (917)
Burh - capture (5)
 Edward 2.capture of burh at Tamworth: He [sc. Edward 2] then rode and took the burh at Tamworth.: ASC (A)  918 A, 922 G (918)
 Edward 2.capture of the burh [at Nottingham]: [Edward 2] took the burh [at Nottingham].: ASC (A)  918 A, 922 G (918)
 Edward 2.obtaining of burh [at Bedford]: Edward 2 obtained the burh [at Bedford].: ASC (A)  915 A, 919 G (915)
 Edward 2.ordering of Anonymi 1454 to capture Manchester: Edward 2 ordered another fierd (Anonymi 1454), also from the Mercian people, to capture Manchester among the Northumbrians (Anonymi 1463).: ASC (A)  919 A, 923 G (919)
 Edward 2.residency at Thelwall: While Edward 2 resided there [sc. at Thelwall], he ordered another fierd (Anonymi 1454), also from the Mercian people, to capture to Manchester amongst the Northumbrians (Anonymi 1463).: ASC (A)  919 A, 923 G (919)
Burial (2)
 Edward 2-Ęlfweard 4.burial: Their [sc. Edward 2's and Ęlfweard 4's] bodies lay at Winchester.: ASC (MR)  [924] B, 924 CD
 Edward 2.second burial of Alfred 8: When the construction of the New Minster was completed, Edward 2 was able to remove the ashes of his father (Alfred 8) from the Old Minster to a chapel in his own church.: NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 9r.1
Burning (1)
 S371 - Edward 2, Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4, renewing landbook and confirming land for Ęthelfrith 3: King Edward 2, with Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4, renews a landbook destroyed by fire for Ęthelfrith 3, dux; confirmation of 20 hides (cassati) at Wrington, Somerset: S371    (903)
Camp-pitching (2)
 Edward 2-Anonymi 1003.camping at Badbury: Edward 2 with a fierd (Anonymi 1003) rode and camped at Badbury near Wimborne.: ASC  900 A, <901> B, 901 CDG (900)
 Edward 2.camping at Maldon: Edward 2 camped at Maldon. : ASC  912 A, <913> B, 913 CDG (912)
Charter confirmation (9)
 Edward 2-Ęthelred 1-Ęthelflęd 4.S371 confirming land of Ęthelfrith 3: King Edward 2, with Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4, renewed a landbook destroyed by fire for Ęthelfrith 3, dux; confirmation of 20 hides (cassati) at Wrington, Somerset: S371    (903)
 S361 - Edward 2 confirming sale by Hungyth 1 to Wigfrith 2: Edward 2, Ęthelred 1, and Ętheflęd 1 confirm the sale by Hungyth 1 to Wigfrith 2 of 5 hides (manentes) at Water Eaton, Oxon., the earlier landbook having been lost: S361    (904)
 S361 - Wigfrith 2 requesting Edward 2, Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4 for confirmation of land: Wigfrith 2 requested that Edward 2, Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4 confirm Hungyth's sale of land to him: S361    (904)
 S367 - Edward 2, Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4 renewing a charter: King Edward 2, with Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4 of Mercia, at the request of Ęthelfrith 3, dux, renews the charter of a grant by Ęthelwulf 30 to Ęthelgyth 1, his daughter, of 30 hides (cassati) at Monks Risborough, Bucks.: S367    (903)
 S367a - Edward 2, Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4 renewing a charter: King Edward 2, with Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4 of Mercia, at the request of Ęthelfrith 3, dux, renews the charter of a grant by Cenwulf 3, king of Mercia, to Beornnoth 2, comes, of 10 hides (cassati) at Islington, Middx.: S367a    (903)
 S368 - Edward 2 renewing charter: King Edward 2 to Ordlaf 1, princeps; renewal of a charter of Ęthelwulf 1, king of the Saxons, granting 20 hides (cassati) at Stanton St Bernard, Wilts., to Cenwald 3, minister: S368    (903)
 S369 - Edward 2 renewing a charter for Tata 1: King Edward 2 to Tata 1, his fasallus; renewal of a charter of King Ęthelwulf 1, king of Wessex, covering 3 hides (manentes) at Hardwell in Compton Beauchamp, Berks., the earlier landbook having been damaged by immersion: S369    (903)
 S371 - Edward 2, Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4, renewing landbook and confirming land for Ęthelfrith 3: King Edward 2, with Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4, renews a landbook destroyed by fire for Ęthelfrith 3, dux; confirmation of 20 hides (cassati) at Wrington, Somerset: S371    (903)
 S376 - Edward 2 and Frithestan 1 exchanging confirmations: King Edward 2 to Frithestan 1, bishop of Winchester; confirmation of the beneficial hidation of Chilcomb, Hants., in return for the bishop's confirmation to the king of leases for 100 hides at Downton, Wilts., and 70 hides at Beddington, Surrey: S376    (909)
Charter-witnessing (45)
 S1205 - Ordlaf 1 exchanging with Malmesbury 1: Ordlaf 1 to the familia of the church of Malmesbury 1; grant of 4 hides (manentes) at Chelworth near Crudwell, Wilts., in exchange for 5 hides at Mannington in Lydiard Tregoze, Wilts.: S1205    (901)
 S1205a - Ęlfthryth 5 granting land to Ghent, St Peter’s: Elstrudis (i.e. Ęlfthryth 5, daughter of King Alfred 8 and wife of Baldwin 2 II of Flanders) and her sons Arnulf 2 and Adelolf 1 to Ghent, St Peter's Abbey; grant of land at Lewisham, Greenwich and Woolwich, Kent: S1205a    (918)
 S1206 - Goda 7 granting land to Wiohstan 3: Goda 7, optimas and minister, to Wiohstan 3, his father-in-law; grant of 4 hides (cassati) at Up Marden, Sussex, with a note of Wiohstan 3's purchase of a further hide (manens), presumably at Marden, from Alfred 29 and his wife Ealhswaru 1: S1206    (918 x 924)
 S1284 - Denewulf 1 and Ordlaf 1 exchanging: Denewulf 1, bishop of Winchester, and his brethren there, to Ordlaf 1, comes; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at Lydiard, Wilts. [given to Winchester by Ordlaf 1's grandfather, Eanwulf 10 ]; in exchange Ordlaf 1 gives the bishop 10 hides at Fonthill, Wilts., and the bishop gives his familia 3 hides at Ebincgtun (Yavington in Avington, Hants.).: S1284    (900)
 S1286 - Denewulf 1 and Edward 2 exchanging: Denewulf 1, bishop of Winchester, and his familia (Winchester 1), to King Edward 2; grant of 20 hides (manentes) at Stoce near Shalbourne, Wilts., in exchange for privileges for the minster at Taunton: S1286    (904)
 S1443 - Edward 2 exchanging with Denewulf 1 and Winchester 1: Record of the acquisition by King Edward 2 from Bishop Denewulf 1 and the community at Winchester 1, in exchange for St Andrew's church, of land at Winchester for the foundation of a monastery; also of the acquisition by the king of land by St Gregory's church: S1443    (900)
 S226 - Edward 2 granting land to Evesham 1: Edward 2, king of the Mercians, to the church of St Mary, Cronuchamme (Evesham 1); grant of 5 hides (manentes) at Lench, Worcs.: S226    (899 x 921)
 S342a - Alfred 8 granting land and fishery to St Peter’s, Athelney: King Alfred 8 to Athelney, St Peter's church, Somerset; grant of land at Reodbeorh, with adjacent fishery at Reodwer: S342a    (871 x 899)
 S348 - Alfred 8 granting land to Ęthelhelm 7: Alfred 8, king of the Anglo-Saxons, to Ęthelhelm 7, comes; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at North Newnton, Wilts: S348    (892)
 S350 - Alfred 8 granting land to Sigehelm 4: Alfred 8, king of the Saxons, to Sigehelm 4, dux; grant of 1 hide (manens) at Farleigh, Kent, with appurtenant meadow: S350    (898)
 S351 - Alfred 8 granting land to Heahfrith 14: Alfred 8, king of the English, to Heahfrith 14, minister; grant of 8 hides (mansae) at Worthy, Hants: S351    (871 x 899)
 S354 - Alfred 8 exchanging land with Denewulf 1: Alfred 8, king of the Anglo-Saxons, to Denewulf 1, bishop of Winchester, and the church of SS Peter and Paul, Winchester; regrant of the reversion of 50 hides (manentes) at Chisledon, Wilts., and 60 at Hurstbourne Priors, Hants., in exchange for 100 hides at Cholsey, Hagbourne and Bęstlęsford (Basildon), Berks: S354    (878 x 899)
 S355 - Alfred 8 selling land to Deormod 2: Alfred 8, king of the Anglo-Saxons, to Deormod 2; grant of 5 hides (mansi) at Appleford, Berks., in exchange for land at Harandun (Horn Down near East Hendred, Berks.) and 50 mancuses of gold: S355    (892 x 899)
 S356 - Alfred 8 granting land to Dudig 1: Alfred 8, king of the Anglo-Saxons, with the consent of the familia of the church of Malmesbury, to Dudig 1, his minister; lease, for four lives, of 4 hides (cassati) at Chelworth, near Crudwell, Wilts., with reversion to the church of Malmesbury: S356    (871 x 899)
 S357 - Alfred 8 granting privileges and land to Shaftesbury 1: Alfred 8, king, to the church of Shaftesbury 1; grant of privileges and of land at Donhead (St Andrew and St Mary), Wilts.; Compton Abbas, Sixpenny Handley, Gussage (St Andrew), Tarrant Hinton, Iwerne Minster and Fontmell Magna, Dorset: S357    (871 x 899)
 S359 - Edward 2 and Winchester 1 exchanging lands: King Edward 2 to the familia of Winchester 1 Cathedral; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at Stoke by Hurstbourne, Hants., in exchange for land at Chisledon, and Sparcells in Lydiard Millicent, Wilts.: S359    (900)
 S360 - Edward 2 granting land to Winchester, New Minster: King Edward 2 to New Minster, Winchester; grant of 100 hides (cassati) at Micheldever, Hants.: S360    (900)
 S361 - Edward 2 confirming sale by Hungyth 1 to Wigfrith 2: Edward 2, Ęthelred 1, and Ętheflęd 1 confirm the sale by Hungyth 1 to Wigfrith 2 of 5 hides (manentes) at Water Eaton, Oxon., the earlier landbook having been lost: S361    (904)
 S361 - Wigfrith 2 requesting Edward 2, Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4 for confirmation of land: Wigfrith 2 requested that Edward 2, Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4 confirm Hungyth's sale of land to him: S361    (904)
 S362 - Edward 2 granting land to Ęthelwulf 2: Edward 2 granted land to Ęthelwulf 2 who then gave it to Deorswith 1 with the agreement of Deormod 4: S362    (901)
 S363 - Edward 2 exchanging with Malmesbury 1: King Edward 2 to the familia of the church of Malmesbury 1; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Hankerton, Wilts., in exchange for 10 hides at Farmborough, Somerset: S363    (901)
 S364 - Edward 2 granting land to Wihtbrord 5: King Edward 2 to Wihtbrord 5, his faithful minister; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Fovant, Wilts.: S364    (901)
 S365 - Edward 2 granting land to (Winchester, New Minster 1): King Edward 2 (to Winchester, New Minster 1); grant of 15 hides (mansae) at Abbotts Ann, Hants.: S365    (901)
 S366 - Edward 2 granting land to Winchester, New Minster: King Edward 2 (to Winchester, New Minster 1); grant of 50 hides (manentes) at Chisledon, Wilts.: S366    (901)
 S367 - Edward 2, Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4 renewing a charter: King Edward 2, with Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4 of Mercia, at the request of Ęthelfrith 3, dux, renews the charter of a grant by Ęthelwulf 30 to Ęthelgyth 1, his daughter, of 30 hides (cassati) at Monks Risborough, Bucks.: S367    (903)
 S367a - Edward 2, Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4 renewing a charter: King Edward 2, with Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4 of Mercia, at the request of Ęthelfrith 3, dux, renews the charter of a grant by Cenwulf 3, king of Mercia, to Beornnoth 2, comes, of 10 hides (cassati) at Islington, Middx.: S367a    (903)
 S368 - Edward 2 renewing charter: King Edward 2 to Ordlaf 1, princeps; renewal of a charter of Ęthelwulf 1, king of the Saxons, granting 20 hides (cassati) at Stanton St Bernard, Wilts., to Cenwald 3, minister: S368    (903)
 S369 - Edward 2 renewing a charter for Tata 1: King Edward 2 to Tata 1, his fasallus; renewal of a charter of King Ęthelwulf 1, king of Wessex, covering 3 hides (manentes) at Hardwell in Compton Beauchamp, Berks., the earlier landbook having been damaged by immersion: S369    (903)
 S370 - Edward 2 founding New Minster: King Edward 2 founds New Minster, Winchester, and grants many lands: S370    (903)
 S371 - Edward 2, Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4, renewing landbook and confirming land for Ęthelfrith 3: King Edward 2, with Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4, renews a landbook destroyed by fire for Ęthelfrith 3, dux; confirmation of 20 hides (cassati) at Wrington, Somerset: S371    (903)
 S372 - Edward 2 and Denewulf 1 exchanging land: King Edward 2 to Denewulf 1, bishop of Winchester, and his familia [Winchester 1]; grant of 38 hides (manentes) at Bishops Waltham, Hants., in exchange for 40 hides (cassati) at Portchester, Hants.: S372    (904)
 S373 - Edward 2 and Denewulf 1 exchanging privileges and land: King Edward 2 to Denewulf 1, bishop, and his familia at Winchester (Anonymi 1808); grant of privileges for the monastery at Taunton, Somerset, in exchange for 10 hides (manentes) at Crowcombe, 20 at Compton, 20 at Banwell, Somerset; and 20 at Stoce by Shalbourne, Wilts.: S373    (904)
 S374 - Edward 2 granting land to Winchester, St Paul’s: King Edward 2 to Winchester, St Peter's; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Micheldever, Hants.: S374    (904)
 S375 - Edward 2 confirming title for Frithestan 1: King Edward 2 to Frithestan 1, bishop of Winchester; confirmation of title to 40 hides (mansiones) at Alresford, Hants.: S375    (909)
 S376 - Edward 2 and Frithestan 1 exchanging confirmations: King Edward 2 to Frithestan 1, bishop of Winchester; confirmation of the beneficial hidation of Chilcomb, Hants., in return for the bishop's confirmation to the king of leases for 100 hides at Downton, Wilts., and 70 hides at Beddington, Surrey: S376    (909)
 S377 - Edward 2 confirming land of Winchester 1: King Edward 2 to Winchester 1 Cathedral; confirmation of 20 hides (mansae) at Overton, with woodland at Tadley, 15 hides at North Waltham and 5 at Bradley, Hants.: S377    (909)
 S378 - Edward 2 confirming land of Winchester, St Peter's 1: King Edward 2 to the familia of Winchester, St Peter's 1; confirmation of 50 hides (manentes) at Whitchurch, Hants., previously granted by Hemele 4, comes: S378    (909)
 S379 - Edward 2 granting land to Wulfgar 11: King Edward 2 to Wulfgar 11, minister; grant of 10 hides (cassatae) at Collingbourne Kingston, Wilts.: S379    (921)
 S380 - Edward 2 and Asser 1 exchanging lands: King Edward 2 to Asser 1, bishop of Sherborne, and his familia; grant of 6 hides (manentes) at Wellington, 5 at West Buckland and 12 at Bishops Lydeard, Somerset, in exchange for the minster at Plympton, Devon: S380    (899 x 909)
 S381 - Edward 2 confirming land of [Winchester 1]: King Edward 2 to Winchester 1 Cathedral; confirmation of 20 hides (manentes) at Crawley and 8 at Hunston, Hants., with appurtenant land at Ticcenesfelda wicum (in Ampfield, Hants.): S381    (899 x 923)
 S382 - Edward 2 confirming land of [Winchester 1]: King Edward 2 to [Winchester 1 Cathedral]; confirmation of 60 hides (manentes) at Farnham, Surrey, and 10 at Bentley, Hants.: S382    (899 x 921)
 S383 - Edward 2 confirming lands of Winchester 1: King Edward 2 to Winchester 1 Cathedral; confirmation of 10 hides (manentes) at Highclere, Hants.: S383    (899 x 921)
 S385 - Edward 2 leasing land to Denewulf 1 and Winchester 1: King Edward 2, Winchester, St Peter's, Winchester, St Paul's, to Bishop Denewulf 1; lease, for three lives, of 20 hides at Tichborne, Hants., with an annual food-render and reversion to the church of Winchester; on his death, Denewulf 1 was to pass the lease to a friend of his choosing provided that he was commemorated at Winchester and the food render was still paid, if it was not then Winchester 1 was to repossess the estate: S385    (909)
 S499 - Edmund 14 granting land to Dunstan 1 & Glastonbury, St Mary’s: King Edmund 14 to the church of Glastonbury, St Mary's, and to Abbot Dunstan 1; grant and confirmation of privileges: S499    (944)
 S521 - Eadred 16 restoring land to Winchester, SS Peter & Paul: King Eadred 16 to the church of Winchester, SS Peter & Paul; restoration of 130 hides at Taunton, Somerset: S521    (947)
Church/monastery/minster foundation/dedication/restoration (4)
 Denewulf 1-Winchester 1.S1443 granting land to Edward 2: Bishop Denewulf 1 and the communtity of Winchester 1, to King Edward 2; grant of the Wind-church and the stone dormitory and a portion of land lying south of the church for the foundation of a monastery for the salvation of the king's soul and of that of his father King Alfred 8: S1443    (899 x 908)
 Edward 2.foundation of New Minster Winchester: Edward 2 proposed the arrangement that, in so far as the bishop of Winchester would provide land, he would establish the monastery itself for royal purposes. He was also prepared to pay the bishop (and others) a mancus of gold for each foot of land.: NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 8v.1
 Edward 2.founding Winchester, New Minster 1: King Edward 2 founds Winchester, New Minster 1, and grants 100 hides (cassati) at Micheldever, 9 at Stratton, 3.5 at Burcot, 8.5 at Popham, 10 at Woodmancott, 10 at Candover, 10 at Cranbourne, 4 at Drayton in Barton Stacey, 3 at Swarraton, 6 at Northington, 3 at Norton near Selborne, 1.5 at Slackstead and Tachbury in Copythorne, and 15 at Abbotts Ann, Hants; 50 at Collingbourne, 40 at Chisledon, Wilts.; and land at Durley, Hants.: S370    (903)
 S370 - Edward 2 founding New Minster: King Edward 2 founds New Minster, Winchester, and grants many lands: S370    (903)
Commemoration of the dead (1)
 Ordlaf 1.exchanging lands with Malmesbury 1: With the consent of Edward 2, the king of the Anglo-Saxons, Ordlaf 1 to the familia of the church of Malmesbury 1; grant of 4 hides (manentes) at Chelworth, which Ordlaf 1 purchased from the respected Dudig 1, in exchange for 5 hides at Mannington, For this grant Ordlaf 1 was rewarded with a noble tomb and lasting memory in Malmesbury.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.242-244 (901)
Commendation (3)
 Anonymi 1446.choice of Edward 2 as lord: The here which belonged to Cambridge (Anonymi 1446) individually chose him [sc. Edward 2] as their lord and protector.: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (p. 81) (917)
 Anonymi 1448.choice of Edward 2 as lord: All the people who belonged to the northern burh [at Stamford] (Anonymi 1448) submitted to him [sc. Edward 2] and sought him as their lord.: ASC (A)  918 A, 922 G (918)
 Thurferth 2.submission with others to Edward 2: Thurferth 2, the holds (Anonymi 1438) and all the here (Anonymi 1439) turned to Edward 2 and sought him as lord and protector.: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (p. 80) (917)
Confirmation of land/privileges (23)
 Edgar 11.S817 renewing privileges of Winchester, Old Minster 1: King Edgar 11 to Winchester, Old Minster 1; renewal of the privileges of Chilcomb, Hants.: S817    (963 x 975)
 Edward 2-Ęthelred 1-Ęthelflęd 4.S371 confirming land of Ęthelfrith 3: King Edward 2, with Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4, renewed a landbook destroyed by fire for Ęthelfrith 3, dux; confirmation of 20 hides (cassati) at Wrington, Somerset: S371    (903)
 Edward 2.S358 confirming land of Winchester 1: Edward 2, king of the Anglo-Saxons, to Winchester 1 Cathedral; confirmation of 50 hides (manentes) at Hurstbourne Priors, Hants.: S358    (900)
 Edward 2.S375 confirming land for Frithestan 1: King Edward 2 to Frithestan 1, bishop of Winchester 1; confirmation of title to 40 hides (mansiones) at Alresford, Hants. for him and his successors and of the privileges of the cathedral.: S375    (909)
 Edward 2.S376 confirming lands for Frithestan 1 and Winchester 1: King Edward 2 to Frithestan 1, bishop of Winchester 1; confirmation of the beneficial hidation of Chilcomb, Hants., in return for the bishop's confirmation to the king of leases for 100 hides at Downton, Wilts., and 70 hides at Beddington, Surrey: S376    (909)
 Edward 2.S377 confirming land of Winchester 1: King Edward 2 to Winchester 1 Cathedral; confirmation of 20 hides (mansae) at Overton, with woodland at Tadley, 15 hides at North Waltham and 5 at Bradley, Hants.: S377    (909)
 Edward 2.S378 confirming land of Winchester, St Peter's 1: King Edward 2 to the familia of Winchester, St Peter's 1; confirmation of 50 hides (manentes) at Whitchurch, Hants., previously granted by Hemele, comes: S378    (909)
 Edward 2.S380 confirming land of [Winchester 1]: King Edward 2 to [Winchester 1 Cathedral]; confirmation of 20 hides (manentes) at Crawley and 8 at Hunston, Hants., with appurtenant land at Ticcenesfelda wicum (in Ampfield, Hants.): S381   
 Edward 2.S382 confirming lands of [Winchester 1]: King Edward 2 to [Winchester 1 Cathedral]; confirmation of 60 hides (manentes) at Farnham, Surrey, and 10 at Bentley, Hants.: S382   
 Edward 2.S383 confirming lands of Winchester 1: King Edward 2 to Winchester 1 Cathedral; confirmation of 10 hides (manentes) at Highclere, Hants.: S383   
 Edward 2.S384 confirming land of Winchester, St Peter's and Winchester, St Paul's: King Edward 2 to the familia of Winchester 1; confirmation of 50 hides (manentes) at Hurstbourne (Priors) and 10 at Stoke, Hants.: S384    (899 x 924)
 Frithestan 1.S376 confirming Edward 2's lease: King Edward 2 to Frithestan 1, bishop of Winchester; confirmation of the beneficial hidation of Chilcomb, Hants., in return for the bishop's confirmation to the king of leases for 100 hides at Downton, Wilts., and 70 hides at Beddington, Surrey: S376    (909)
 S361 - Edward 2 confirming sale by Hungyth 1 to Wigfrith 2: Edward 2, Ęthelred 1, and Ętheflęd 1 confirm the sale by Hungyth 1 to Wigfrith 2 of 5 hides (manentes) at Water Eaton, Oxon., the earlier landbook having been lost: S361    (904)
 S361 - Wigfrith 2 requesting Edward 2, Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4 for confirmation of land: Wigfrith 2 requested that Edward 2, Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4 confirm Hungyth's sale of land to him: S361    (904)
 S375 - Edward 2 confirming title for Frithestan 1: King Edward 2 to Frithestan 1, bishop of Winchester; confirmation of title to 40 hides (mansiones) at Alresford, Hants.: S375    (909)
 S376 - Edward 2 and Frithestan 1 exchanging confirmations: King Edward 2 to Frithestan 1, bishop of Winchester; confirmation of the beneficial hidation of Chilcomb, Hants., in return for the bishop's confirmation to the king of leases for 100 hides at Downton, Wilts., and 70 hides at Beddington, Surrey: S376    (909)
 S377 - Edward 2 confirming land of Winchester 1: King Edward 2 to Winchester 1 Cathedral; confirmation of 20 hides (mansae) at Overton, with woodland at Tadley, 15 hides at North Waltham and 5 at Bradley, Hants.: S377    (909)
 S378 - Edward 2 confirming land of Winchester, St Peter's 1: King Edward 2 to the familia of Winchester, St Peter's 1; confirmation of 50 hides (manentes) at Whitchurch, Hants., previously granted by Hemele 4, comes: S378    (909)
 S381 - Edward 2 confirming land of [Winchester 1]: King Edward 2 to Winchester 1 Cathedral; confirmation of 20 hides (manentes) at Crawley and 8 at Hunston, Hants., with appurtenant land at Ticcenesfelda wicum (in Ampfield, Hants.): S381    (899 x 923)
 S382 - Edward 2 confirming land of [Winchester 1]: King Edward 2 to [Winchester 1 Cathedral]; confirmation of 60 hides (manentes) at Farnham, Surrey, and 10 at Bentley, Hants.: S382    (899 x 921)
 S383 - Edward 2 confirming lands of Winchester 1: King Edward 2 to Winchester 1 Cathedral; confirmation of 10 hides (manentes) at Highclere, Hants.: S383    (899 x 921)
 S499 - Edmund 14 granting land to Dunstan 1 & Glastonbury, St Mary’s: King Edmund 14 to the church of Glastonbury, St Mary's, and to Abbot Dunstan 1; grant and confirmation of privileges: S499    (944)
 Various.S966 granting privileges to Glastonbury, St Mary's 1: Many of King Cnut 3's predecessors granted and confirmed the privileges of Glastonbury, St Mary's 1.: S966   
Conquest (1)
 Ragnald 1.conquering north of England: King Ragnald 1 came with a great multitude of ships and occupied territory of Ealdred 27 son of Ealdwulf 16 [of Bamburgh], who was a favourite of King Edward 2, just as his father Ealdwulf 16 had been a favourite of King Alfred 8. Ealdred 27, having been driven off, went therefore to Scotland, sought aid from King Constantine 2, and brought him into battle against King Ragnald 1 at Corbridge. In this battle the pagan king vanquished Constantine 2, routed the Scots, put Alfred 70 the faithful [man] of St Cuthbert 1 to flight, and killed all the English magnates except Ęldred 5 and his brother Uhtred 15.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  22
Coronation (1)
 Edward 2.crowning: Edward 2 was crowned with the royal crown on the day of Pentecost.: Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 51) (900)
Correspondence (1)
 Anonymous 1036.writing Fonthill letter to Edward 2: Letter to King Edward 2 explaining the history of land at Fonthill: S1445    (899 x 924)
Crime (1)
 Anonymous 315.pursuit: A women (Anonymous 315) was pursued whom Ęthelwald 35 had taken without the permission of Edward 2 and against the orders of the bishops (Anonymi 1005).: ASC  900 A, <901> B, 901 CDG (900)
Culting/venerating saint(s) (3)
 Alfred 8.death: In 899 King Alfred 8 died when he had reigned 28 years, and his son Edward 2 succeeded him, having been diligently admonished by his father that he should especially honour St Cuthbert 1.: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  82 (899)
 Alfred 8.vision of St Cuthbert 1: Once, while hiding from the Danes in the Glastonbury marsh, Alfred 8 sent out his household, except for his wife [Ealhswith 1] and one servant [Anonymous 10134], fishing. When a stranger appeared, Alfred 8 shared with him the last loaf of bread and some wine. When the stranger disappeared, the loaf was found whole and intact. The household returned with three boats completely filled with fish, claiming that they had never caught so much before. At night the stranger reappeared before Alfred 8 within a shining beam of light as St Cuthbert 1 and called him the chosen King of all Britain, bestowing many blessings upon him. Since then Alfred 8 considered St Cuthbert 1 his patron. Next morning Alfred 8 gathered five hundred of his best and dearest friends and told them about the vision, urging them to commit themselves to virtuous life. He also advised his son Edward 2, who was there, to be faithful to God and St Cuthbert 1 and not to be afraid of his enemies. And then they rushed upon the Danes and overwhelmed them and took over the rule of Britain.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  15-18
 Edward 2.handing over kingdom to Ęthelstan 18: King Edward 2, full of days and worn down by ripe old age, summoned his son Ęthelstan 18, handed his kingdom over to him, and diligently instructed [him] to love St Cuthbert 1 and honour him above all saints, revealing to him how he had mercifully succoured his father King Alfred 8 in poverty and exile and how he had boldly aided him against all enemies. After making this admonition, he happily died.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  25
Death/dying (5)
 Alfred 8.death: In 899 King Alfred 8 died when he had reigned 28 years, and his son Edward 2 succeeded him, having been diligently admonished by his father that he should especially honour St Cuthbert 1.: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  82 (899)
 Alfred 8.grant to St Cuthbert's 1: After Alfred 8 understood the end of his life to be drawing near, long having ruled and worn out by ripe old age, he summoned his son Edward 2 and through him conveyed to St Cuthbert's 1 two armlets and a golden thurible, and admonished him diligently to love God and St Cuthbert 1 and to trust in them just as he himself had always trusted.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  19a
 Edward 2.death: In 923 king Edward 2 died, leaving the rule to his son Ęthelstan 18.: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  83 (923 x 924)
 Edward 2.handing over kingdom to Ęthelstan 18: King Edward 2, full of days and worn down by ripe old age, summoned his son Ęthelstan 18, handed his kingdom over to him, and diligently instructed [him] to love St Cuthbert 1 and honour him above all saints, revealing to him how he had mercifully succoured his father King Alfred 8 in poverty and exile and how he had boldly aided him against all enemies. After making this admonition, he happily died.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  25
 Edward 2.residency at Stamford: Edward 2 was staying at Stamford when Ęthelflęd 4 died.: ASC (A)  918 A, 922 G (918)
Defence (1)
 Ęthelwald 35-Anonymi 1004.defence within Wimborne: Ęthelwald 35 and his men (Anonymi 1004) closed all the gates against [Edward 2].: ASC  900 A, <901> B, 901 CDG (900)
Disputing/dispute-settling (1)
 Eadgifu 4.dispute with Goda 5 and his family: Eadgifu 4, queen, to Christ Church, Canterbury; grant of land at Cooling, and at Osterland, Kent, with an account of the history of these estates.: S1211    (959)
Dreaming/seeing vision/revelation (1)
 Alfred 8.vision of St Cuthbert 1: Once, while hiding from the Danes in the Glastonbury marsh, Alfred 8 sent out his household, except for his wife [Ealhswith 1] and one servant [Anonymous 10134], fishing. When a stranger appeared, Alfred 8 shared with him the last loaf of bread and some wine. When the stranger disappeared, the loaf was found whole and intact. The household returned with three boats completely filled with fish, claiming that they had never caught so much before. At night the stranger reappeared before Alfred 8 within a shining beam of light as St Cuthbert 1 and called him the chosen King of all Britain, bestowing many blessings upon him. Since then Alfred 8 considered St Cuthbert 1 his patron. Next morning Alfred 8 gathered five hundred of his best and dearest friends and told them about the vision, urging them to commit themselves to virtuous life. He also advised his son Edward 2, who was there, to be faithful to God and St Cuthbert 1 and not to be afraid of his enemies. And then they rushed upon the Danes and overwhelmed them and took over the rule of Britain.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  15-18
Education/teaching (1)
 Edward 2-Ęlfthryth 5.upbringing: Edward 2 and Ęlfthryth 5 were nurtured by tutors (Anonymi 125) and nurses (Anonymi 126) in the royal court.: Asser.VitAlfredi  75
Election of king (1)
 Edward 2.accession to kingdom: Edward 2, long wisely taught by his father [Alfred 8], succeeded to the kingdom and wisely ruled it.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  21
Exile (1)
 Edward 2.handing over kingdom to Ęthelstan 18: King Edward 2, full of days and worn down by ripe old age, summoned his son Ęthelstan 18, handed his kingdom over to him, and diligently instructed [him] to love St Cuthbert 1 and honour him above all saints, revealing to him how he had mercifully succoured his father King Alfred 8 in poverty and exile and how he had boldly aided him against all enemies. After making this admonition, he happily died.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  25
Expulsion (1)
 Ragnald 1.conquering north of England: King Ragnald 1 came with a great multitude of ships and occupied territory of Ealdred 27 son of Ealdwulf 16 [of Bamburgh], who was a favourite of King Edward 2, just as his father Ealdwulf 16 had been a favourite of King Alfred 8. Ealdred 27, having been driven off, went therefore to Scotland, sought aid from King Constantine 2, and brought him into battle against King Ragnald 1 at Corbridge. In this battle the pagan king vanquished Constantine 2, routed the Scots, put Alfred 70 the faithful [man] of St Cuthbert 1 to flight, and killed all the English magnates except Ęldred 5 and his brother Uhtred 15.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  22
Flight (3)
 Anonymi 1029.defeat of Anonymi 1020: His [sc. Edward 2's] fierd from the West Saxons and Mercians (Anonymi 1029) fought and put to flight the here (Anonymi 1020).: ASC  910 A, <911> B, 911 CDG (910)
 Ragnald 1.conquering north of England: King Ragnald 1 came with a great multitude of ships and occupied territory of Ealdred 27 son of Ealdwulf 16 [of Bamburgh], who was a favourite of King Edward 2, just as his father Ealdwulf 16 had been a favourite of King Alfred 8. Ealdred 27, having been driven off, went therefore to Scotland, sought aid from King Constantine 2, and brought him into battle against King Ragnald 1 at Corbridge. In this battle the pagan king vanquished Constantine 2, routed the Scots, put Alfred 70 the faithful [man] of St Cuthbert 1 to flight, and killed all the English magnates except Ęldred 5 and his brother Uhtred 15.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  22
 Ęthelwald 35.going to here (Anonymi 1020): Ęthelwald 35 stole away by night and reached the here (Anonymi 1020).: ASC  900 A, <901> B, 901 CDG (900)
Forfeiture (1)
 Edward 2.S362 granting land to Ęthelwulf 2: King Edward 2 to Ęthelwulf 2; grant of 10 hides (cassati) by the river Wylye (i.e. at Stockton, Wilts.), forfeited by Wulfhere 4 and his wife for treason.: S362    (901)
Fortress-manning/occupation/repair (10)
 Anonymi 1440.repair of Huntingdon at command of Edward 2: At the behest of Edward 2, Anonymi 1440 repaired and renovated [the burh at Huntingdon] where it had been damaged.: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (pp. 80-1) (917)
 Edward 2.ordering of Anonymi 1454 to man Manchester: Edward 2 ordered a fierd (Anonymi 1454) to man [Manchester].: ASC (A)  919 A, 923 G (919)
 Edward 2.ordering of Anonymi 1454 to repair [Manchester]: Edward 2 ordered a fierd (Anonymi 1454) to repair [Manchester].: ASC (A)  919 A, 923 G (919)
 Edward 2.ordering of manning of burh [at Thelwall]: Edward 2 ordered the manning of the burh [at Thelwall].: ASC (A)  919 A, 923 G (919)
 Edward 2.ordering of manning of burh in neighbourhood [of Bakewell]: Edward 2 [ordered a burh in the neighbourhood of Bakewell] to be manned.: ASC (A)  920 A, 924 G (920)
 Edward 2.ordering of occupation of burh [at Nottingham]: [Edward 2] ordered it [sc. the burh at Nottingham] to be occupied both with English and Danish (Anonymi 1451).: ASC (A)  918 A, 922 G (918)
 Edward 2.ordering of occupation of burh [at Thelwall]: Edward 2 ordered the occupation of the burh [at Thelwall].: ASC (A)  919 A, 923 G (919)
 Edward 2.ordering of repair of burh [at Nottingham]: [Edward 2] ordered it [sc. the burh at Nottingham] to be repaired.: ASC (A)  918 A, 922 G (918)
 Edward 2.ordering of repair of burh [at Thelwall]: Edward 2 ordered the repair of the burh [at Thelwall].: ASC (A)  919 A, 923 G (919)
 Edward 2.repair of burh [at Colchester]: Edward 2 repaired the burh [sc. at Colchester] and renovated where it was damaged earlier.: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (p. 81) (917)
Fostering (1)
 Edward 2-Ęlfthryth 5.upbringing: Edward 2 and Ęlfthryth 5 were nurtured by tutors (Anonymi 125) and nurses (Anonymi 126) in the royal court.: Asser.VitAlfredi  75
Friendship-making (1)
 Edward 2-Guthrum 1.treaty making: This is also the legislation which King Alfred 8 and King Guthrum 1, and afterwards King Edward 2 and King Guthrum 1 enacted and agreed upon, when the English and the Danes unreservedly entered into relations of peace and friendship. The councillors also who have been [in office] since then, frequently and often have re-enacted the same, and added the improvements thereto.: Anon.TreatyEdwGuth   
Grant and Gift (72)
 Alfred 8.grant to St Cuthbert's 1: After Alfred 8 understood the end of his life to be drawing near, long having ruled and worn out by ripe old age, he summoned his son Edward 2 and through him conveyed to St Cuthbert's 1 two armlets and a golden thurible, and admonished him diligently to love God and St Cuthbert 1 and to trust in them just as he himself had always trusted.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  19a
 Anonymi 3001.S1443 granting land to Edward 2: The Anonymi 3001 (West Saxon witan) to King Edward 2; grant of land to the south of St Gregory's 1, Winchester: S1443    (899 x 908)
 Asser 1.S380 exchanging land with Edward 2: King Edward 2 to Asser 1, bishop of the church of Sherborne, and his familia; grant of 6 hides (manentes) at Wellington, 5 at West Buckland and 12 at Bishops Lydeard, Somerset, in exchange for the minster at Plympton, Devon: S380    (899 x 909)
 Denewulf 1-Winchester 1.S1286 exchanging with Edward 2: Denewulf 1, bishop of Winchester, and his familia at Winchester 1, to King Edward 2; grant of 20 hides (manentes) at Stoce near Shalbourne, Wilts., in exchange for privileges for the minster at Taunton: S1286    (904)
 Denewulf 1-Winchester 1.S1443 granting land to Edward 2: Bishop Denewulf 1 and the communtity of Winchester 1, to King Edward 2; grant of the Wind-church and the stone dormitory and a portion of land lying south of the church for the foundation of a monastery for the salvation of the king's soul and of that of his father King Alfred 8: S1443    (899 x 908)
 Denewulf 1.S372 exchanging land with Edward 2: King Edward 2 to Denewulf 1, bishop of Winchester, and his familia (Anonymi 1808); grant of 38 hides (manentes) at Bishops Waltham, Hants., in exchange for 40 hides (cassati) at Portchester, Hants.: S372    (904)
 Denewulf 1.S373 exchanging with Edward 2: King Edward 2 to Denewulf 1, bishop, and his familia at Winchester; grant of privileges for the monastery at Taunton, Somerset, in exchange for 10 hides (manentes) at Crowcombe, 20 at Compton, 20 at Banwell, Somerset; and 20 at Stoce by Shalbourne, Wilts.: S373    (904)
 Eadgifu 4.dispute with Goda 5 and his family: Eadgifu 4, queen, to Christ Church, Canterbury; grant of land at Cooling, and at Osterland, Kent, with an account of the history of these estates.: S1211    (959)
 Edward 2-Winchester 1.S359 exchanging land: King Edward 2 to the familia of Winchester 1 Cathedral; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at Stoke by Hurstbourne, Hants., in exchange for land at Chisledon, and Sparcells in Lydiard Millicent, Wilts.: S359    (900)
 Edward 2-Ęthelred 1-Ęthelflęd 4.S371 confirming land of Ęthelfrith 3: King Edward 2, with Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4, renewed a landbook destroyed by fire for Ęthelfrith 3, dux; confirmation of 20 hides (cassati) at Wrington, Somerset: S371    (903)
 Edward 2.S1286 exchanging with Denewulf 1 and Winchester 1: Denewulf 1, bishop of Winchester 1, and his familia at Winchester 1, to King Edward 2; grant of 20 hides (manentes) at Stoce near Shalbourne, Wilts., in exchange for privileges for the minster at Taunton: S1286    (904)
 Edward 2.S1539 granting homestead to Beorhtwynn 2: King Edward 2 to Beorhtwynn 2; grant of Homestead: S1539    (899 x 924)
 Edward 2.S226 granting land to Evesham 1: Edward 2, king of the Mercians, to the church of St Mary, Cronuchamme (Evesham 1); grant of 5 hides (manentes) at Lench, Worcs.: S226    (899 x 921)
 Edward 2.S360 granting land to Winchester, New Minster: King Edward 2 to Winchester, New Minster 1; grant of 100 hides (cassati) at Micheldever, Hants. Latin with English bounds of Micheldever, Cranbourne, Curdridge, Durley, Rigeleah (Slackstead), and Candover, Hants.: S360    (900)
 Edward 2.S362 granting land to Ęthelwulf 2: King Edward 2 to Ęthelwulf 2; grant of 10 hides (cassati) by the river Wylye (i.e. at Stockton, Wilts.), forfeited by Wulfhere 4 and his wife for treason.: S362    (901)
 Edward 2.S363 exchanging land with Malmesbury 1: King Edward 2 to the familia of the church of Malmesbury 1; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Hankerton, Wilts., in exchange for 10 hides at Farmborough, Somerset: S363    (901)
 Edward 2.S364 granting land to Wihtbrord 5: King Edward 2 to Wihtbrord 5, his faithful minister; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Fovant, Wilts.: S364    (901)
 Edward 2.S365 granting land to (Winchester, New Minster): King Edward 2 (to Winchester, New Minster 1); grant of 15 hides (mansae) at Abbotts Ann, Hants.: S365    (901)
 Edward 2.S366 granting land to Winchester, New Minster: King Edward 2 (to Winchester, New Minster 1); grant of 50 hides (manentes) at Chisledon, Wilts.: S366    (901)
 Edward 2.S370 granting estates to Winchester, New Minster 1: King Edward 2 founds Winchester, New Minster 1, and grants 100 hides (cassati) at Micheldever, 9 at Stratton, 3.5 at Burcot, 8.5 at Popham, 10 at Woodmancott, 10 at Candover, 10 at Cranbourne, 4 at Drayton in Barton Stacey, 3 at Swarraton, 6 at Northington, 3 at Norton near Selborne, 1.5 at Slackstead and Tachbury in Copythorne, and 15 at Abbotts Ann, Hants; 50 at Collingbourne, 40 at Chisledon, Wilts.; and land at Durley, Hants.: S370    (903)
 Edward 2.S372 exchanging land with Denewulf 1: King Edward 2 to Denewulf 1, bishop of Winchester, and his familia (Anonymi 1808); grant of 38 hides (manentes) at Bishops Waltham, Hants., in exchange for 40 hides (cassati) at Portchester, Hants.: S372    (904)
 Edward 2.S373 exchanging with Denewulf 1: King Edward 2 to Denewulf 1, bishop, and his familia at Winchester (Anonymi 1808); grant of privileges for the monastery at Taunton, Somerset, in exchange for 10 hides (manentes) at Crowcombe, 20 at Compton, 20 at Banwell, Somerset; and 20 at Stoce by Shalbourne, Wilts.: S373    (904)
 Edward 2.S374 granting land to Winchester, St Peter's: King Edward 2 to Winchester, St Peter's 1; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Micheldever, Hants.: S374    (904)
 Edward 2.S378 confirming land of Winchester, St Peter's 1: King Edward 2 to the familia of Winchester, St Peter's 1; confirmation of 50 hides (manentes) at Whitchurch, Hants., previously granted by Hemele, comes: S378    (909)
 Edward 2.S379 granting land to Wulfgar 11: King Edward 2 to Wulfgar 11, minister; grant of 10 hides (cassatae) at Collingbourne Kingston, Wilts.: S379    (921)
 Edward 2.S380 exchanging land with Asser 1 and Sherborne 1: King Edward 2 to Asser 1, bishop of the church of Sherborne, and his familia; grant of 6 hides (manentes) at Wellington, 5 at West Buckland and 12 at Bishops Lydeard, Somerset, in exchange for the minster at Plympton, Devon: S380    (899 x 909)
 Edward 2.S806 granting privilege to Winchester Cathedral 1: King Edward 2 to Winchester Cathedral 1; grant of the liberty of Taunton, Somerset, in exchange for land at 10 hides at Crowcombe, 20 at Compton and 20 at Banwell, Somerset, and 20 at Stoce near Shalbourne, Wilts.: S806    (899 x 924)
 Edward 2.exchanging land with Malmesbury 1: King Edward 2 to the familia of the church of Malmesbury 1; grant of 10 hides at Hankerton, in exchange for 10 hides at Farmborough.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.245 (901)
 Edward 2.founding Winchester, New Minster 1: King Edward 2 founds Winchester, New Minster 1, and grants 100 hides (cassati) at Micheldever, 9 at Stratton, 3.5 at Burcot, 8.5 at Popham, 10 at Woodmancott, 10 at Candover, 10 at Cranbourne, 4 at Drayton in Barton Stacey, 3 at Swarraton, 6 at Northington, 3 at Norton near Selborne, 1.5 at Slackstead and Tachbury in Copythorne, and 15 at Abbotts Ann, Hants; 50 at Collingbourne, 40 at Chisledon, Wilts.; and land at Durley, Hants.: S370    (903)
 Edward 2.granting land to ?: King Edward 2 to —; grant of land at Yeovilton, Somerset. : S1708    (899 x 924)
 Malmesbury 1.S363 exchanging land with Edward 2: King Edward 2 to the familia of the church of Malmesbury 1; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Hankerton, Wilts., in exchange for 10 hides at Farmborough, Somerset: S363    (901)
 Ordlaf 1.S1205 exchanging lands with Malmesbury 1: Ordlaf 1 to the familia of the church of Malmesbury 1; grant of 4 hides (manentes) at Chelworth near Crudwell, Wilts., in exchange for 5 hides at Mannington in Lydiard Tregoze, Wilts.: S1205    (901)
 Ordlaf 1.exchanging lands with Malmesbury 1: With the consent of Edward 2, the king of the Anglo-Saxons, Ordlaf 1 to the familia of the church of Malmesbury 1; grant of 4 hides (manentes) at Chelworth, which Ordlaf 1 purchased from the respected Dudig 1, in exchange for 5 hides at Mannington, For this grant Ordlaf 1 was rewarded with a noble tomb and lasting memory in Malmesbury.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.242-244 (901)
 S1002 - Edward 15 granting privileges to Richard 3: King Edward 15 to Abbot Richard 3 and Ghent 1; confirmation and grant of privileges and of land at Lewisham, Greenwich, Woolwich, Mottingham, Coombe, Kent; with Ęschore (possibly Ashour, Kent), Ęffehaga; Wiggenden, Sharrington and Sandhurst, Kent; also part of the land in London called Wermanecher. : S1002    (1044)
 S1205 - Ordlaf 1 exchanging with Malmesbury 1: Ordlaf 1 to the familia of the church of Malmesbury 1; grant of 4 hides (manentes) at Chelworth near Crudwell, Wilts., in exchange for 5 hides at Mannington in Lydiard Tregoze, Wilts.: S1205    (901)
 S1205a - Ęlfthryth 5 granting land to Ghent, St Peter’s: Elstrudis (i.e. Ęlfthryth 5, daughter of King Alfred 8 and wife of Baldwin 2 II of Flanders) and her sons Arnulf 2 and Adelolf 1 to Ghent, St Peter's Abbey; grant of land at Lewisham, Greenwich and Woolwich, Kent: S1205a    (918)
 S1206 - Goda 7 granting land to Wiohstan 3: Goda 7, optimas and minister, to Wiohstan 3, his father-in-law; grant of 4 hides (cassati) at Up Marden, Sussex, with a note of Wiohstan 3's purchase of a further hide (manens), presumably at Marden, from Alfred 29 and his wife Ealhswaru 1: S1206    (918 x 924)
 S1284 - Denewulf 1 and Ordlaf 1 exchanging: Denewulf 1, bishop of Winchester, and his brethren there, to Ordlaf 1, comes; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at Lydiard, Wilts. [given to Winchester by Ordlaf 1's grandfather, Eanwulf 10 ]; in exchange Ordlaf 1 gives the bishop 10 hides at Fonthill, Wilts., and the bishop gives his familia 3 hides at Ebincgtun (Yavington in Avington, Hants.).: S1284    (900)
 S1286 - Denewulf 1 and Edward 2 exchanging: Denewulf 1, bishop of Winchester, and his familia (Winchester 1), to King Edward 2; grant of 20 hides (manentes) at Stoce near Shalbourne, Wilts., in exchange for privileges for the minster at Taunton: S1286    (904)
 S226 - Edward 2 granting land to Evesham 1: Edward 2, king of the Mercians, to the church of St Mary, Cronuchamme (Evesham 1); grant of 5 hides (manentes) at Lench, Worcs.: S226    (899 x 921)
 S342a - Alfred 8 granting land and fishery to St Peter’s, Athelney: King Alfred 8 to Athelney, St Peter's church, Somerset; grant of land at Reodbeorh, with adjacent fishery at Reodwer: S342a    (871 x 899)
 S348 - Alfred 8 granting land to Ęthelhelm 7: Alfred 8, king of the Anglo-Saxons, to Ęthelhelm 7, comes; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at North Newnton, Wilts: S348    (892)
 S350 - Alfred 8 granting land to Sigehelm 4: Alfred 8, king of the Saxons, to Sigehelm 4, dux; grant of 1 hide (manens) at Farleigh, Kent, with appurtenant meadow: S350    (898)
 S351 - Alfred 8 granting land to Heahfrith 14: Alfred 8, king of the English, to Heahfrith 14, minister; grant of 8 hides (mansae) at Worthy, Hants: S351    (871 x 899)
 S354 - Alfred 8 exchanging land with Denewulf 1: Alfred 8, king of the Anglo-Saxons, to Denewulf 1, bishop of Winchester, and the church of SS Peter and Paul, Winchester; regrant of the reversion of 50 hides (manentes) at Chisledon, Wilts., and 60 at Hurstbourne Priors, Hants., in exchange for 100 hides at Cholsey, Hagbourne and Bęstlęsford (Basildon), Berks: S354    (878 x 899)
 S355 - Alfred 8 selling land to Deormod 2: Alfred 8, king of the Anglo-Saxons, to Deormod 2; grant of 5 hides (mansi) at Appleford, Berks., in exchange for land at Harandun (Horn Down near East Hendred, Berks.) and 50 mancuses of gold: S355    (892 x 899)
 S357 - Alfred 8 granting privileges and land to Shaftesbury 1: Alfred 8, king, to the church of Shaftesbury 1; grant of privileges and of land at Donhead (St Andrew and St Mary), Wilts.; Compton Abbas, Sixpenny Handley, Gussage (St Andrew), Tarrant Hinton, Iwerne Minster and Fontmell Magna, Dorset: S357    (871 x 899)
 S359 - Edward 2 and Winchester 1 exchanging lands: King Edward 2 to the familia of Winchester 1 Cathedral; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at Stoke by Hurstbourne, Hants., in exchange for land at Chisledon, and Sparcells in Lydiard Millicent, Wilts.: S359    (900)
 S360 - Edward 2 granting land to Winchester, New Minster: King Edward 2 to New Minster, Winchester; grant of 100 hides (cassati) at Micheldever, Hants.: S360    (900)
 S362 - Edward 2 granting land to Ęthelwulf 2: Edward 2 granted land to Ęthelwulf 2 who then gave it to Deorswith 1 with the agreement of Deormod 4: S362    (901)
 S363 - Edward 2 exchanging with Malmesbury 1: King Edward 2 to the familia of the church of Malmesbury 1; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Hankerton, Wilts., in exchange for 10 hides at Farmborough, Somerset: S363    (901)
 S364 - Edward 2 granting land to Wihtbrord 5: King Edward 2 to Wihtbrord 5, his faithful minister; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Fovant, Wilts.: S364    (901)
 S365 - Edward 2 granting land to (Winchester, New Minster 1): King Edward 2 (to Winchester, New Minster 1); grant of 15 hides (mansae) at Abbotts Ann, Hants.: S365    (901)
 S366 - Edward 2 granting land to Winchester, New Minster: King Edward 2 (to Winchester, New Minster 1); grant of 50 hides (manentes) at Chisledon, Wilts.: S366    (901)
 S367 - Edward 2, Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4 renewing a charter: King Edward 2, with Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4 of Mercia, at the request of Ęthelfrith 3, dux, renews the charter of a grant by Ęthelwulf 30 to Ęthelgyth 1, his daughter, of 30 hides (cassati) at Monks Risborough, Bucks.: S367    (903)
 S367a - Edward 2, Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4 renewing a charter: King Edward 2, with Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4 of Mercia, at the request of Ęthelfrith 3, dux, renews the charter of a grant by Cenwulf 3, king of Mercia, to Beornnoth 2, comes, of 10 hides (cassati) at Islington, Middx.: S367a    (903)
 S368 - Edward 2 renewing charter: King Edward 2 to Ordlaf 1, princeps; renewal of a charter of Ęthelwulf 1, king of the Saxons, granting 20 hides (cassati) at Stanton St Bernard, Wilts., to Cenwald 3, minister: S368    (903)
 S369 - Edward 2 renewing a charter for Tata 1: King Edward 2 to Tata 1, his fasallus; renewal of a charter of King Ęthelwulf 1, king of Wessex, covering 3 hides (manentes) at Hardwell in Compton Beauchamp, Berks., the earlier landbook having been damaged by immersion: S369    (903)
 S370 - Edward 2 founding New Minster: King Edward 2 founds New Minster, Winchester, and grants many lands: S370    (903)
 S371 - Edward 2, Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4, renewing landbook and confirming land for Ęthelfrith 3: King Edward 2, with Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4, renews a landbook destroyed by fire for Ęthelfrith 3, dux; confirmation of 20 hides (cassati) at Wrington, Somerset: S371    (903)
 S372 - Edward 2 and Denewulf 1 exchanging land: King Edward 2 to Denewulf 1, bishop of Winchester, and his familia [Winchester 1]; grant of 38 hides (manentes) at Bishops Waltham, Hants., in exchange for 40 hides (cassati) at Portchester, Hants.: S372    (904)
 S373 - Edward 2 and Denewulf 1 exchanging privileges and land: King Edward 2 to Denewulf 1, bishop, and his familia at Winchester (Anonymi 1808); grant of privileges for the monastery at Taunton, Somerset, in exchange for 10 hides (manentes) at Crowcombe, 20 at Compton, 20 at Banwell, Somerset; and 20 at Stoce by Shalbourne, Wilts.: S373    (904)
 S374 - Edward 2 granting land to Winchester, St Paul’s: King Edward 2 to Winchester, St Peter's; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Micheldever, Hants.: S374    (904)
 S379 - Edward 2 granting land to Wulfgar 11: King Edward 2 to Wulfgar 11, minister; grant of 10 hides (cassatae) at Collingbourne Kingston, Wilts.: S379    (921)
 S380 - Edward 2 and Asser 1 exchanging lands: King Edward 2 to Asser 1, bishop of Sherborne, and his familia; grant of 6 hides (manentes) at Wellington, 5 at West Buckland and 12 at Bishops Lydeard, Somerset, in exchange for the minster at Plympton, Devon: S380    (899 x 909)
 S499 - Edmund 14 granting land to Dunstan 1 & Glastonbury, St Mary’s: King Edmund 14 to the church of Glastonbury, St Mary's, and to Abbot Dunstan 1; grant and confirmation of privileges: S499    (944)
 S521 - Eadred 16 restoring land to Winchester, SS Peter & Paul: King Eadred 16 to the church of Winchester, SS Peter & Paul; restoration of 130 hides at Taunton, Somerset: S521    (947)
 Tilred 2.purchase and grant of land: In the time of King Edward 2, Tilred 2 abbot of Heversham bought from King Edward 2 the township which is called Castle Eden. Half of it he gave to St Cuthbert's 1 so that he might be a brother in this monastery; the other [half he gave] to Norham, so that he might be abbot there.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  21
 Various.S966 granting privileges to Glastonbury, St Mary's 1: Many of King Cnut 3's predecessors granted and confirmed the privileges of Glastonbury, St Mary's 1.: S966   
 Winchester 1-Edward 2.S359 exchanging land: King Edward 2 to the familia of Winchester 1 Cathedral; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at Stoke by Hurstbourne, Hants., in exchange for land at Chisledon, and Sparcells in Lydiard Millicent, Wilts.: S359    (900)
 Winchester 1.S825 exchanging land with Edward 2: King Edward 2 to the bishopric of Winchester 1; grant of 100 hides (mansae) at Taunton, Somerset, with 3 appurtenant hides at Cearn (? Charmouth, Dorset) and 2 at Washford, Somerset in exchange for 30 hides at Banwell, Somerset, 20 at Stoce by Shalbourne, Wilts., and 10 at Crowcombe, Somerset: S825    (963 x 975)
 Winchester Cathedral 1.S806 exchanging with Edward 2: King Edward 2 to Winchester Cathedral 1; grant of the liberty of Taunton, Somerset, in exchange for land at 10 hides at Crowcombe, 20 at Compton and 20 at Banwell, Somerset, and 20 at Stoce near Shalbourne, Wilts.: S806    (899 x 924)
Hiding/harbouring/sanctuary (1)
 Alfred 8.vision of St Cuthbert 1: Once, while hiding from the Danes in the Glastonbury marsh, Alfred 8 sent out his household, except for his wife [Ealhswith 1] and one servant [Anonymous 10134], fishing. When a stranger appeared, Alfred 8 shared with him the last loaf of bread and some wine. When the stranger disappeared, the loaf was found whole and intact. The household returned with three boats completely filled with fish, claiming that they had never caught so much before. At night the stranger reappeared before Alfred 8 within a shining beam of light as St Cuthbert 1 and called him the chosen King of all Britain, bestowing many blessings upon him. Since then Alfred 8 considered St Cuthbert 1 his patron. Next morning Alfred 8 gathered five hundred of his best and dearest friends and told them about the vision, urging them to commit themselves to virtuous life. He also advised his son Edward 2, who was there, to be faithful to God and St Cuthbert 1 and not to be afraid of his enemies. And then they rushed upon the Danes and overwhelmed them and took over the rule of Britain.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  15-18
Hostage-giving/taking (2)
 Anonymi 1040.taking of hostages (Anonymi 1041) from Anonymi 1037: Anonymi 1040 besieged Anonymi 1037 until they gave hostages (Anonymi 1042) that they would leave Edward 2's domain.: ASC  914 A, <915> B, 915 CD, 918 G (914)
 Anonymi 2531.giving of hostages (Anonymi 2563): Hostages (Anonymi 2563) were given by the Danes (Anonymi 2531) [at Thorney].: Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 49)
Injury and wounding (1)
 Edward 2.battle at Farnham: The forces of Edward 2 (Anonymi 2586) attacked Anonymi 2531, wounded their king (Anonymous 923) and drove them across the Thames.: Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 49) (893)
Invasion (1)
 Ragnald 1.conquering north of England: King Ragnald 1 came with a great multitude of ships and occupied territory of Ealdred 27 son of Ealdwulf 16 [of Bamburgh], who was a favourite of King Edward 2, just as his father Ealdwulf 16 had been a favourite of King Alfred 8. Ealdred 27, having been driven off, went therefore to Scotland, sought aid from King Constantine 2, and brought him into battle against King Ragnald 1 at Corbridge. In this battle the pagan king vanquished Constantine 2, routed the Scots, put Alfred 70 the faithful [man] of St Cuthbert 1 to flight, and killed all the English magnates except Ęldred 5 and his brother Uhtred 15.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  22
Journey (12)
 Edward 2-Anonymi 1437.journey to Passenham: Edward 2 went with a West Saxon fierd (Anonymi 1437) to Passenham.: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (p. 80) (917)
 Edward 2-Anonymi 1442.journey to Colchester: Edward 2 went with a West Saxon fierd (Anonymi 1442) to Colchester.: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (p. 81) (917)
 Edward 2-Anonymi 1447.journey to Stamford: Here in this year Edward 2 went with a fierd (Anonymi 1447) to Stamford.: ASC (A)  918 A, 922 G (918)
 Edward 2-Anonymi 1453.journey to Thelwall: Here in this year Edward 2 went with a fierd (Anonymi 1453) to Thelwall.: ASC (A)  919 A, 923 G (919)
 Edward 2-Anonymi 1455.journey to Nottingham: Here in this year Edward 2 went with a fierd (Anonymi 1455) to Nottingham.: ASC (A)  920 A, 924 G (920)
 Edward 2.journey to Bakewell in Peak District: Edward 2 then went from there [sc. Nottingham] into the Peak District to Bakewell.: ASC (A)  920 A (920)
 Edward 2.journey to Buckingham with fierd (Anonymi 1045): Edward 2 went with his fierd (Anonymi 1045) to Buckingham.: ASC  914 A, <915> B, 915 CD, 918 G (914)
 Edward 2.journey to Maldon: Here in this year before midsummer Edward 2 went to Maldon.: ASC (A)  916 A, 920 G (916)
 Edward 2.journey to Nottingham: [Edward 2] then went from there [sc. Tamworth] to Nottingham.: ASC (A)  918 A, 922 G (918)
 Edward 2.journey with fierd (Anonymi 1416) to Bedford: Here in this year Edward 2 went with a fierd (Anonymi 1416) to Bedford before Martinmas.: ASC (A)  915 A, 919 G (915)
 Plegmund 1.conveyance of alms to Rome.: Plegmund 1 took alms to Rome on behalf of the people (Anonymi 2589) and also of King Edward 2.: Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 52) (908)
 Thurcytel 2.journey to Francia with supporters (Anonymi 1418): Thurcytel 2 went overseas to Francia with the men who wished to serve him (Anonymi 1418).: ASC (A)  916 A, 920 G (916)
Killing/murder (2)
 Edward 2.killing Eowils 1 and Halfdan 2: Edward 2 slew two king, namely Eowils 2 and Halfdan 2.: Anon.LiberEliensis  I.42
 Ragnald 1.conquering north of England: King Ragnald 1 came with a great multitude of ships and occupied territory of Ealdred 27 son of Ealdwulf 16 [of Bamburgh], who was a favourite of King Edward 2, just as his father Ealdwulf 16 had been a favourite of King Alfred 8. Ealdred 27, having been driven off, went therefore to Scotland, sought aid from King Constantine 2, and brought him into battle against King Ragnald 1 at Corbridge. In this battle the pagan king vanquished Constantine 2, routed the Scots, put Alfred 70 the faithful [man] of St Cuthbert 1 to flight, and killed all the English magnates except Ęldred 5 and his brother Uhtred 15.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  22
Kingdom - accession to (3)
 Alfred 8.death: In 899 King Alfred 8 died when he had reigned 28 years, and his son Edward 2 succeeded him, having been diligently admonished by his father that he should especially honour St Cuthbert 1.: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  82 (899)
 Edward 2.accession to kingdom: Edward 2 acceded to the kingdom.: ASC  900 A, <901> B, 901 CDEF(OE and Lat.)G (899)
 Edward 2.death: In 923 king Edward 2 died, leaving the rule to his son Ęthelstan 18.: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  83 (923 x 924)
Law-making/legislation (3)
 Edward 2-Guthrum 1.treaty making: This is also the legislation which King Alfred 8 and King Guthrum 1, and afterwards King Edward 2 and King Guthrum 1 enacted and agreed upon, when the English and the Danes unreservedly entered into relations of peace and friendship. The councillors also who have been [in office] since then, frequently and often have re-enacted the same, and added the improvements thereto.: Anon.TreatyEdwGuth   
 Edward 2.law making: King Edward 2 commands all his reeves: that ye pronounce such legal decisions as ye know to be most just and in accordance with the written laws. Ye shall not for any cause fail to interpret the public law; and at the same time it shall be your duty to provide that every case shall have a date fixed for its decision ...: Edward.Laws    (899 x 921)
 Edward 2.law making at Exeter: King Edward 2 exhorted all his councillors, when they were at Exeter, to consider how the public peace for which they were responsible could be kept better than it had been, because it seemed to him that his previous orders had not been carried out so well as they ought to have been: Edward.Laws    (899 x 921)
Lease (9)
 Denewulf 1.S1444 leasing land to Edward 2: Denewulf 1, bishop, to King Edward 2; lease of 70 hides at Beckington, Surrey: S1444    (900 x 908)
 Edward 2-Winchester, St Peter's 1-Winchester, St Paul's 1.leasing land to Denewulf 1 S285: King Edward 2, Winchester, St Peter's 1, Winchester, St Paul's 1, to Bishop Denewulf 1; lease, for three lives, of 20 hides at Tichborne, Hants., with an annual food-render and reversion to the church of Winchester; on his death, Denewulf 1 was to pass the lease to a friend of his choosing provided that he was commemorated at Winchester and the food render was still paid, if it was not then Winchester 1 was to repossess the estate: S385   
 Edward 2.S376 confirming lands for Frithestan 1 and Winchester 1: King Edward 2 to Frithestan 1, bishop of Winchester 1; confirmation of the beneficial hidation of Chilcomb, Hants., in return for the bishop's confirmation to the king of leases for 100 hides at Downton, Wilts., and 70 hides at Beddington, Surrey: S376    (909)
 Edward 2.S385 leasing land to Winchester 1 and Denewulf 1: King Edward 2 and the community at Winchester 1 to Bishop Denewulf 1; lease, for three lives, of 20 hides at Tichborne, Hants., with an annual food-render and reversion to the church of Winchester 1: S385   
 Frithestan 1.S376 confirming Edward 2's lease: King Edward 2 to Frithestan 1, bishop of Winchester; confirmation of the beneficial hidation of Chilcomb, Hants., in return for the bishop's confirmation to the king of leases for 100 hides at Downton, Wilts., and 70 hides at Beddington, Surrey: S376    (909)
 Malmesbury 1.leasing land to Ordlaf 1: The familia of the church of Malmesbury to Ordlaf 1, comes; note of the lease for five lives of land at Mannington in Lydiard Tregoze, Wilts., in exchange for land at Chelworth near Crudwell, Wilts. , given with the consent of Edward 2, Anglosaxonum rex.: S1797    (901)
 S356 - Alfred 8 granting land to Dudig 1: Alfred 8, king of the Anglo-Saxons, with the consent of the familia of the church of Malmesbury, to Dudig 1, his minister; lease, for four lives, of 4 hides (cassati) at Chelworth, near Crudwell, Wilts., with reversion to the church of Malmesbury: S356    (871 x 899)
 S376 - Edward 2 and Frithestan 1 exchanging confirmations: King Edward 2 to Frithestan 1, bishop of Winchester; confirmation of the beneficial hidation of Chilcomb, Hants., in return for the bishop's confirmation to the king of leases for 100 hides at Downton, Wilts., and 70 hides at Beddington, Surrey: S376    (909)
 S385 - Edward 2 leasing land to Denewulf 1 and Winchester 1: King Edward 2, Winchester, St Peter's, Winchester, St Paul's, to Bishop Denewulf 1; lease, for three lives, of 20 hides at Tichborne, Hants., with an annual food-render and reversion to the church of Winchester; on his death, Denewulf 1 was to pass the lease to a friend of his choosing provided that he was commemorated at Winchester and the food render was still paid, if it was not then Winchester 1 was to repossess the estate: S385    (909)
Lust (1)
 Anonymous 315.pursuit: A women (Anonymous 315) was pursued whom Ęthelwald 35 had taken without the permission of Edward 2 and against the orders of the bishops (Anonymi 1005).: ASC  900 A, <901> B, 901 CDG (900)
Mustering (2)
 Edward 2.moving of forces through the south: Edward 2 was moving military forces (Anonymi 2586) through the southern parts of the English.: Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 49) (893)
 Edward 2.mustering of some one hundred ships (Anonymi 1030): Edward 2, who was then in Kent, gathered together some one hundred ships (Anonymi 1030).: ASC  910 A, <911> B, 911 CDG (910)
Oath-swearing/fealty (5)
 Anonymi 1445.peace agreement with Edward 2: All the here among the East Angles (Anonymi 1445) swore a covenant with [Edward 2].: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (p. 81) (917)
 Anonymi 1446.choice of Edward 2 as lord: The here which belonged to Cambridge (Anonymi 1446) individually chose him [sc. Edward 2] as their lord and protector.: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (p. 81) (917)
 Anonymi 1446.giving oaths to Edward 2: Anonymi 1446 confirmed with oaths just as he [sc. Edward 2] determined.: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (p. 81) (917)
 Anonymi 1448.choice of Edward 2 as lord: All the people who belonged to the northern burh [at Stamford] (Anonymi 1448) submitted to him [sc. Edward 2] and sought him as their lord.: ASC (A)  918 A, 922 G (918)
 Hywel 2.choice with others of Edward 2 as lord: Hywel 2, Clydog 1, Idwal Foel ab Anarawd 1 and all the Welsh (Anonymi 1450) sought him [sc. Edward 2] as their lord.: ASC (A)  918 A, 922 G (918)
Ordering (6)
 Edward 2-Ęthelred 1.ordering Ealdred 25 to purchase land from Anonymi 1821: Edward 2 and Ęthelred 28 along with some comites and ministri ordered Ealdred 25 to purchase land at Chalgrave and Tebworth, Beds. from Anonymi 1821 (pagans): S396    (899 x 911)
 Edward 2-Ęthelred 1.ordering Uhtred 11 to purchase land from Anonymi 1822: Edward 2 and Ęthelred 1 along with some comites and ministri ordered Uhtred 11 to purchase land at Chalgrave and Tebworth, Beds. from Anonymi 1822 (pagans): S397    (926)
 Edward 2.law making: King Edward 2 commands all his reeves: that ye pronounce such legal decisions as ye know to be most just and in accordance with the written laws. Ye shall not for any cause fail to interpret the public law; and at the same time it shall be your duty to provide that every case shall have a date fixed for its decision ...: Edward.Laws    (899 x 921)
 Edward 2.ordering of Anonymi 1454 to capture Manchester: Edward 2 ordered another fierd (Anonymi 1454), also from the Mercian people, to capture Manchester among the Northumbrians (Anonymi 1463).: ASC (A)  919 A, 923 G (919)
 Edward 2.ordering of construction of burh on south side of river [at Stamford]: Edward 2 ordered that the burh on the south side of the river [at Stamford] be built.: ASC (A)  918 A, 922 G (918)
 Edward 2.residency at Thelwall: While Edward 2 resided there [sc. at Thelwall], he ordered another fierd (Anonymi 1454), also from the Mercian people, to capture to Manchester amongst the Northumbrians (Anonymi 1463).: ASC (A)  919 A, 923 G (919)
Peace agreement (5)
 Anonymi 1445.peace agreement with Edward 2: All the here among the East Angles (Anonymi 1445) swore a covenant with [Edward 2].: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (p. 81) (917)
 Anonymi 2531.peace agreement: Anonymi 2531 asked for a peace-treaty. They agreed to leave the realm of Ęthelred 1 and did so.: Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (pp. 49-50) (893)
 Edward 2-Guthrum 1.treaty making: This is also the legislation which King Alfred 8 and King Guthrum 1, and afterwards King Edward 2 and King Guthrum 1 enacted and agreed upon, when the English and the Danes unreservedly entered into relations of peace and friendship. The councillors also who have been [in office] since then, frequently and often have re-enacted the same, and added the improvements thereto.: Anon.TreatyEdwGuth   
 Edward 2.peace at Tiddingford with East Angles (Anonymi 996) and Northumbrians (Anonymi 1021): A peace was confirmed at Tiddingford as Edward 2 arranged, both with the East Angles (Anonymi 996) and the Northumbrians (Anonymi 1021).: ASC  905 A, <906> B, 906 CDG (906?)
 Edward 2.peace treaty: In 906 king Edward 2, forced by necessity, established a peace with the East Angles and Northumbrians.: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  82 (906)
Peace agreement - breach (2)
 Anonymi 1020.breach of the peace agreement: Here the army among the Northumbrians (Anonymi 1020) broke the peace.: ASC  910 A, <911> B, 911 CDG (910)
 Anonymi 2538.breaking of peace with Edward 2 and Ęthelred 1: The barbarians (Anonymi 2538) broke the agreement with Edward 2 and also Ęthelred 1.: Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 52)
Property-buying/purchasing (5)
 Edward 2-Ęthelred 1.ordering Ealdred 25 to purchase land from Anonymi 1821: Edward 2 and Ęthelred 28 along with some comites and ministri ordered Ealdred 25 to purchase land at Chalgrave and Tebworth, Beds. from Anonymi 1821 (pagans): S396    (899 x 911)
 Edward 2-Ęthelred 1.ordering Uhtred 11 to purchase land from Anonymi 1822: Edward 2 and Ęthelred 1 along with some comites and ministri ordered Uhtred 11 to purchase land at Chalgrave and Tebworth, Beds. from Anonymi 1822 (pagans): S397    (926)
 Edward 2.foundation of New Minster Winchester: Edward 2 proposed the arrangement that, in so far as the bishop of Winchester would provide land, he would establish the monastery itself for royal purposes. He was also prepared to pay the bishop (and others) a mancus of gold for each foot of land.: NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 8v.1
 Ordlaf 1.exchanging lands with Malmesbury 1: With the consent of Edward 2, the king of the Anglo-Saxons, Ordlaf 1 to the familia of the church of Malmesbury 1; grant of 4 hides (manentes) at Chelworth, which Ordlaf 1 purchased from the respected Dudig 1, in exchange for 5 hides at Mannington, For this grant Ordlaf 1 was rewarded with a noble tomb and lasting memory in Malmesbury.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.242-244 (901)
 Tilred 2.purchase and grant of land: In the time of King Edward 2, Tilred 2 abbot of Heversham bought from King Edward 2 the township which is called Castle Eden. Half of it he gave to St Cuthbert's 1 so that he might be a brother in this monastery; the other [half he gave] to Norham, so that he might be abbot there.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  21
Property-exchanging (34)
 Asser 1.S380 exchanging land with Edward 2: King Edward 2 to Asser 1, bishop of the church of Sherborne, and his familia; grant of 6 hides (manentes) at Wellington, 5 at West Buckland and 12 at Bishops Lydeard, Somerset, in exchange for the minster at Plympton, Devon: S380    (899 x 909)
 Cheddar 1.S806 exchanging with Edward 2: King Edward 2 with the community at Cheddar 1; 20 hides at Compton and 20 at Banwell, Somerset, for land at Carhampton, Somerset: S806   
 Denewulf 1-Winchester 1.S1286 exchanging with Edward 2: Denewulf 1, bishop of Winchester, and his familia at Winchester 1, to King Edward 2; grant of 20 hides (manentes) at Stoce near Shalbourne, Wilts., in exchange for privileges for the minster at Taunton: S1286    (904)
 Denewulf 1.S372 exchanging land with Edward 2: King Edward 2 to Denewulf 1, bishop of Winchester, and his familia (Anonymi 1808); grant of 38 hides (manentes) at Bishops Waltham, Hants., in exchange for 40 hides (cassati) at Portchester, Hants.: S372    (904)
 Denewulf 1.S373 exchanging with Edward 2: King Edward 2 to Denewulf 1, bishop, and his familia at Winchester; grant of privileges for the monastery at Taunton, Somerset, in exchange for 10 hides (manentes) at Crowcombe, 20 at Compton, 20 at Banwell, Somerset; and 20 at Stoce by Shalbourne, Wilts.: S373    (904)
 Edward 2-Winchester 1.S359 exchanging land: King Edward 2 to the familia of Winchester 1 Cathedral; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at Stoke by Hurstbourne, Hants., in exchange for land at Chisledon, and Sparcells in Lydiard Millicent, Wilts.: S359    (900)
 Edward 2-Ęthelred 1.ordering Ealdred 25 to purchase land from Anonymi 1821: Edward 2 and Ęthelred 28 along with some comites and ministri ordered Ealdred 25 to purchase land at Chalgrave and Tebworth, Beds. from Anonymi 1821 (pagans): S396    (899 x 911)
 Edward 2-Ęthelred 1.ordering Uhtred 11 to purchase land from Anonymi 1822: Edward 2 and Ęthelred 1 along with some comites and ministri ordered Uhtred 11 to purchase land at Chalgrave and Tebworth, Beds. from Anonymi 1822 (pagans): S397    (926)
 Edward 2.S1286 exchanging with Denewulf 1 and Winchester 1: Denewulf 1, bishop of Winchester 1, and his familia at Winchester 1, to King Edward 2; grant of 20 hides (manentes) at Stoce near Shalbourne, Wilts., in exchange for privileges for the minster at Taunton: S1286    (904)
 Edward 2.S363 exchanging land with Malmesbury 1: King Edward 2 to the familia of the church of Malmesbury 1; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Hankerton, Wilts., in exchange for 10 hides at Farmborough, Somerset: S363    (901)
 Edward 2.S372 exchanging land with Denewulf 1: King Edward 2 to Denewulf 1, bishop of Winchester, and his familia (Anonymi 1808); grant of 38 hides (manentes) at Bishops Waltham, Hants., in exchange for 40 hides (cassati) at Portchester, Hants.: S372    (904)
 Edward 2.S373 exchanging with Denewulf 1: King Edward 2 to Denewulf 1, bishop, and his familia at Winchester (Anonymi 1808); grant of privileges for the monastery at Taunton, Somerset, in exchange for 10 hides (manentes) at Crowcombe, 20 at Compton, 20 at Banwell, Somerset; and 20 at Stoce by Shalbourne, Wilts.: S373    (904)
 Edward 2.S380 exchanging land with Asser 1 and Sherborne 1: King Edward 2 to Asser 1, bishop of the church of Sherborne, and his familia; grant of 6 hides (manentes) at Wellington, 5 at West Buckland and 12 at Bishops Lydeard, Somerset, in exchange for the minster at Plympton, Devon: S380    (899 x 909)
 Edward 2.S806 exchanging with Cheddar 1: King Edward 2 with the community at Cheddar 1; 20 hides at Compton and 20 at Banwell, Somerset, for land at Carhampton, Somerset: S806    (899 x 921)
 Edward 2.S806 granting privilege to Winchester Cathedral 1: King Edward 2 to Winchester Cathedral 1; grant of the liberty of Taunton, Somerset, in exchange for land at 10 hides at Crowcombe, 20 at Compton and 20 at Banwell, Somerset, and 20 at Stoce near Shalbourne, Wilts.: S806    (899 x 924)
 Edward 2.S825 exchanging with Winchester 1: King Edward 2 to the bishopric of Winchester 1; grant of 100 hides (mansae) at Taunton, Somerset, with 3 appurtenant hides at Cearn (? Charmouth, Dorset) and 2 at Washford, Somerset in exchange for 30 hides at Banwell, Somerset, 20 at Stoce by Shalbourne, Wilts., and 10 at Crowcombe, Somerset: S825    (899 x 924)
 Edward 2.exchanging land with Malmesbury 1: King Edward 2 to the familia of the church of Malmesbury 1; grant of 10 hides at Hankerton, in exchange for 10 hides at Farmborough.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.245 (901)
 Malmesbury 1.S363 exchanging land with Edward 2: King Edward 2 to the familia of the church of Malmesbury 1; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Hankerton, Wilts., in exchange for 10 hides at Farmborough, Somerset: S363    (901)
 Ordlaf 1.S1205 exchanging lands with Malmesbury 1: Ordlaf 1 to the familia of the church of Malmesbury 1; grant of 4 hides (manentes) at Chelworth near Crudwell, Wilts., in exchange for 5 hides at Mannington in Lydiard Tregoze, Wilts.: S1205    (901)
 Ordlaf 1.exchanging lands with Malmesbury 1: With the consent of Edward 2, the king of the Anglo-Saxons, Ordlaf 1 to the familia of the church of Malmesbury 1; grant of 4 hides (manentes) at Chelworth, which Ordlaf 1 purchased from the respected Dudig 1, in exchange for 5 hides at Mannington, For this grant Ordlaf 1 was rewarded with a noble tomb and lasting memory in Malmesbury.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.242-244 (901)
 S1205 - Ordlaf 1 exchanging with Malmesbury 1: Ordlaf 1 to the familia of the church of Malmesbury 1; grant of 4 hides (manentes) at Chelworth near Crudwell, Wilts., in exchange for 5 hides at Mannington in Lydiard Tregoze, Wilts.: S1205    (901)
 S1284 - Denewulf 1 and Ordlaf 1 exchanging: Denewulf 1, bishop of Winchester, and his brethren there, to Ordlaf 1, comes; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at Lydiard, Wilts. [given to Winchester by Ordlaf 1's grandfather, Eanwulf 10 ]; in exchange Ordlaf 1 gives the bishop 10 hides at Fonthill, Wilts., and the bishop gives his familia 3 hides at Ebincgtun (Yavington in Avington, Hants.).: S1284    (900)
 S1286 - Denewulf 1 and Edward 2 exchanging: Denewulf 1, bishop of Winchester, and his familia (Winchester 1), to King Edward 2; grant of 20 hides (manentes) at Stoce near Shalbourne, Wilts., in exchange for privileges for the minster at Taunton: S1286    (904)
 S1443 - Edward 2 exchanging with Denewulf 1 and Winchester 1: Record of the acquisition by King Edward 2 from Bishop Denewulf 1 and the community at Winchester 1, in exchange for St Andrew's church, of land at Winchester for the foundation of a monastery; also of the acquisition by the king of land by St Gregory's church: S1443    (900)
 S354 - Alfred 8 exchanging land with Denewulf 1: Alfred 8, king of the Anglo-Saxons, to Denewulf 1, bishop of Winchester, and the church of SS Peter and Paul, Winchester; regrant of the reversion of 50 hides (manentes) at Chisledon, Wilts., and 60 at Hurstbourne Priors, Hants., in exchange for 100 hides at Cholsey, Hagbourne and Bęstlęsford (Basildon), Berks: S354    (878 x 899)
 S355 - Alfred 8 selling land to Deormod 2: Alfred 8, king of the Anglo-Saxons, to Deormod 2; grant of 5 hides (mansi) at Appleford, Berks., in exchange for land at Harandun (Horn Down near East Hendred, Berks.) and 50 mancuses of gold: S355    (892 x 899)
 S359 - Edward 2 and Winchester 1 exchanging lands: King Edward 2 to the familia of Winchester 1 Cathedral; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at Stoke by Hurstbourne, Hants., in exchange for land at Chisledon, and Sparcells in Lydiard Millicent, Wilts.: S359    (900)
 S363 - Edward 2 exchanging with Malmesbury 1: King Edward 2 to the familia of the church of Malmesbury 1; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Hankerton, Wilts., in exchange for 10 hides at Farmborough, Somerset: S363    (901)
 S372 - Edward 2 and Denewulf 1 exchanging land: King Edward 2 to Denewulf 1, bishop of Winchester, and his familia [Winchester 1]; grant of 38 hides (manentes) at Bishops Waltham, Hants., in exchange for 40 hides (cassati) at Portchester, Hants.: S372    (904)
 S373 - Edward 2 and Denewulf 1 exchanging privileges and land: King Edward 2 to Denewulf 1, bishop, and his familia at Winchester (Anonymi 1808); grant of privileges for the monastery at Taunton, Somerset, in exchange for 10 hides (manentes) at Crowcombe, 20 at Compton, 20 at Banwell, Somerset; and 20 at Stoce by Shalbourne, Wilts.: S373    (904)
 S380 - Edward 2 and Asser 1 exchanging lands: King Edward 2 to Asser 1, bishop of Sherborne, and his familia; grant of 6 hides (manentes) at Wellington, 5 at West Buckland and 12 at Bishops Lydeard, Somerset, in exchange for the minster at Plympton, Devon: S380    (899 x 909)
 Winchester 1-Edward 2.S359 exchanging land: King Edward 2 to the familia of Winchester 1 Cathedral; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at Stoke by Hurstbourne, Hants., in exchange for land at Chisledon, and Sparcells in Lydiard Millicent, Wilts.: S359    (900)
 Winchester 1.S825 exchanging land with Edward 2: King Edward 2 to the bishopric of Winchester 1; grant of 100 hides (mansae) at Taunton, Somerset, with 3 appurtenant hides at Cearn (? Charmouth, Dorset) and 2 at Washford, Somerset in exchange for 30 hides at Banwell, Somerset, 20 at Stoce by Shalbourne, Wilts., and 10 at Crowcombe, Somerset: S825    (963 x 975)
 Winchester Cathedral 1.S806 exchanging with Edward 2: King Edward 2 to Winchester Cathedral 1; grant of the liberty of Taunton, Somerset, in exchange for land at 10 hides at Crowcombe, 20 at Compton and 20 at Banwell, Somerset, and 20 at Stoce near Shalbourne, Wilts.: S806    (899 x 924)
Property-giving/selling (3)
 S1206 - Goda 7 granting land to Wiohstan 3: Goda 7, optimas and minister, to Wiohstan 3, his father-in-law; grant of 4 hides (cassati) at Up Marden, Sussex, with a note of Wiohstan 3's purchase of a further hide (manens), presumably at Marden, from Alfred 29 and his wife Ealhswaru 1: S1206    (918 x 924)
 S361 - Edward 2 confirming sale by Hungyth 1 to Wigfrith 2: Edward 2, Ęthelred 1, and Ętheflęd 1 confirm the sale by Hungyth 1 to Wigfrith 2 of 5 hides (manentes) at Water Eaton, Oxon., the earlier landbook having been lost: S361    (904)
 S361 - Wigfrith 2 requesting Edward 2, Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4 for confirmation of land: Wigfrith 2 requested that Edward 2, Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4 confirm Hungyth's sale of land to him: S361    (904)
Property-transacting (1)
 S1443 - Edward 2 exchanging with Denewulf 1 and Winchester 1: Record of the acquisition by King Edward 2 from Bishop Denewulf 1 and the community at Winchester 1, in exchange for St Andrew's church, of land at Winchester for the foundation of a monastery; also of the acquisition by the king of land by St Gregory's church: S1443    (900)
Pursuit, legal (1)
 Anonymous 315.pursuit: A women (Anonymous 315) was pursued whom Ęthelwald 35 had taken without the permission of Edward 2 and against the orders of the bishops (Anonymi 1005).: ASC  900 A, <901> B, 901 CDG (900)
Raiding (2)
 Anonymi 1029.harrying amongst northern here (Anonymi 1020): A fierd (Anonymi 1029) harried greatly among the northern here (Anonymi 1020), both men and all kinds of property.: ASC  909 A, <910> B, 910 CDG (909)
 Edward 2-Anonymi 1024.raiding: Edward 2 gathered an army (Anonymi 1024) and raided across the territory of the here (Anonymi 1014).: ASC  904 A, <905> B, 905 CDG (902)
Ransoming (1)
 Edward 2.ransoming of Cyfeiliog 1 from the great ship-army (Anonymi 1037): Edward 2 ransomed Cyfeiliog 1 back for forty pounds.: ASC  914 A, <915> B, 915 CD, 918 G (914)
Request (3)
 S361 - Wigfrith 2 requesting Edward 2, Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4 for confirmation of land: Wigfrith 2 requested that Edward 2, Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4 confirm Hungyth's sale of land to him: S361    (904)
 S367 - Edward 2, Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4 renewing a charter: King Edward 2, with Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4 of Mercia, at the request of Ęthelfrith 3, dux, renews the charter of a grant by Ęthelwulf 30 to Ęthelgyth 1, his daughter, of 30 hides (cassati) at Monks Risborough, Bucks.: S367    (903)
 S367a - Edward 2, Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4 renewing a charter: King Edward 2, with Ęthelred 1 and Ęthelflęd 4 of Mercia, at the request of Ęthelfrith 3, dux, renews the charter of a grant by Cenwulf 3, king of Mercia, to Beornnoth 2, comes, of 10 hides (cassati) at Islington, Middx.: S367a    (903)
Residence (6)
 Edward 2.building of stone wall at Towcester: The burh at Towcester was furnished with a stone wall while Edward 2 was staying at Passenham.: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (p. 80) (917)
 Edward 2.residency at Bedford: Edward 2 resided there [sc. at Bedford] for four weeks.: ASC (A)  915 A, 919 G (915)
 Edward 2.residency at Buckingham: Edward 2 stayed there [sc. at Buckingham] for four weeks.: ASC  914 A, <915> B, 915 CD, 918 G (914)
 Edward 2.residency at Passanham: Edward 2 resided there [sc. at Passenham] while the burh at Towcester was furnished with a stone wall.: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (p. 80) (917)
 Edward 2.residency at Stamford: Edward 2 was staying at Stamford when Ęthelflęd 4 died.: ASC (A)  918 A, 922 G (918)
 Edward 2.residency at Thelwall: While Edward 2 resided there [sc. at Thelwall], he ordered another fierd (Anonymi 1454), also from the Mercian people, to capture to Manchester amongst the Northumbrians (Anonymi 1463).: ASC (A)  919 A, 923 G (919)
Restoration of land/property (1)
 Edward 2.granting land to Ealdrin 1: King Edward 2 to Ealdrin 1 [Aldrinus], abbot; restitution of land at Cumtone (Compton, Somerset).: S1705    (922)
Seizure of land (2)
 Eanwulf 14.seizure of Helmstan 2's land S1445: Eanwulf 14, reeve, son of Peneard 1, from Helmstan 2; seizure of land at Tisbury, Wilts. on behalf of the king: S1445    (899 x 921)
 Ęthelwald 35.seizure of Wimborne and Twinham: Ęthelwald 35 seized the estate at Wimborne and Twinham without permission.: ASC  900 A, <901> B, 901 CDG (899 x 900)
Siege (2)
 Anonymi 1040.taking of hostages (Anonymi 1041) from Anonymi 1037: Anonymi 1040 besieged Anonymi 1037 until they gave hostages (Anonymi 1042) that they would leave Edward 2's domain.: ASC  914 A, <915> B, 915 CD, 918 G (914)
 Edward 2.siege of Anonymi 2531 at Thorney: The Danes (Anonymi 2531) were held besieged on an island in the marsh, Thorney. Ęthelred 1 set out from London and helped Edward 2.: Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 49) (893)
Speech (1)
 Alfred 8.vision of St Cuthbert 1: Once, while hiding from the Danes in the Glastonbury marsh, Alfred 8 sent out his household, except for his wife [Ealhswith 1] and one servant [Anonymous 10134], fishing. When a stranger appeared, Alfred 8 shared with him the last loaf of bread and some wine. When the stranger disappeared, the loaf was found whole and intact. The household returned with three boats completely filled with fish, claiming that they had never caught so much before. At night the stranger reappeared before Alfred 8 within a shining beam of light as St Cuthbert 1 and called him the chosen King of all Britain, bestowing many blessings upon him. Since then Alfred 8 considered St Cuthbert 1 his patron. Next morning Alfred 8 gathered five hundred of his best and dearest friends and told them about the vision, urging them to commit themselves to virtuous life. He also advised his son Edward 2, who was there, to be faithful to God and St Cuthbert 1 and not to be afraid of his enemies. And then they rushed upon the Danes and overwhelmed them and took over the rule of Britain.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  15-18
Submission (10)
 Anonymi 1032.submission to Edward 2: A large part of the people (Anonymi 1032) who had formerly been subject to the Danes (Anonymi 1014) submitted to Edward 2.: ASC  912 A, <913> B, 913 CDG (912)
 Anonymi 1417.submission to Edward 2: Almost all of those who had been dwelling in the burh [at Bedford] (Anonymi 1417) submitted to him [sc. Edward 2].: ASC (A)  915 A, 919 G (915)
 Anonymi 1441.submission to Edward 2: All the surviving local people (Anonymi 1441) submitted to Edward 2 and sought his peace and protection.: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (p. 81) (917)
 Anonymi 1443.submission to Edward 2: A great number of people (Anonymi 1443) turned to [Edward 2].: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (p. 81) (917)
 Anonymi 1446.choice of Edward 2 as lord: The here which belonged to Cambridge (Anonymi 1446) individually chose him [sc. Edward 2] as their lord and protector.: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (p. 81) (917)
 Anonymi 1448.choice of Edward 2 as lord: All the people who belonged to the northern burh [at Stamford] (Anonymi 1448) submitted to him [sc. Edward 2] and sought him as their lord.: ASC (A)  918 A, 922 G (918)
 Anonymi 1449.submission to Edward 2: All the people in the land of the Mercians who earlier had been subject to Ęthelflęd 4 (Anonymi 1449) turned to him [sc. Edward 2].: ASC (A)  918 A, 922 G (918)
 Anonymi 1452.submission to Edward 2: All the people who occupied the land of the Mercians (Anonymi 1452) submitted to him [sc. Edward 2].: ASC (A)  918 A, 922 G (918)
 Constantine 2.choice with others of Edward 2 as lord: A king of the Scots (Constantine 2) with others chose him [sc. Edward 2] as father and lord.: ASC (A)  920 A, 924 G (920)
 Thurferth 2.submission with others to Edward 2: Thurferth 2, the holds (Anonymi 1438) and all the here (Anonymi 1439) turned to Edward 2 and sought him as lord and protector.: ASC (A)  917 A (p. 68), 921 G (p. 80) (917)
Tomb-making/opening (1)
 Ordlaf 1.exchanging lands with Malmesbury 1: With the consent of Edward 2, the king of the Anglo-Saxons, Ordlaf 1 to the familia of the church of Malmesbury 1; grant of 4 hides (manentes) at Chelworth, which Ordlaf 1 purchased from the respected Dudig 1, in exchange for 5 hides at Mannington, For this grant Ordlaf 1 was rewarded with a noble tomb and lasting memory in Malmesbury.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.242-244 (901)
Treaty (1)
 Edward 2-Guthrum 1.treaty making: This is also the legislation which King Alfred 8 and King Guthrum 1, and afterwards King Edward 2 and King Guthrum 1 enacted and agreed upon, when the English and the Danes unreservedly entered into relations of peace and friendship. The councillors also who have been [in office] since then, frequently and often have re-enacted the same, and added the improvements thereto.: Anon.TreatyEdwGuth   
Factoids linked indirectly to Edward 2 (663)
Office (656)
of Edward 2 (1)
 Anonymi 1803: S361   
Bishop of Edward 2 (4)
 Frithestan 1: S375   
 Frithestan 1: S377    (bishop of Winchester)
 Frithestan 1: S381   
 Frithestan 1: S383    (bishop of Winchester)
Fasellus of Edward 2 (1)
 Tata 1: S369   
Minister of Edward 2 (3)
 Wihtbrord 5: S364   
 Goda 7: S1206    (royal minister)
 Wulfgar 11: S379   
Moneyer of Edward 2 (645)
 Framvvis 1: Okasha104   
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 Ęthelfrith 36: EMC Coin  1026.0829 (N 653 (Portrait) [var: bust right])
 Ęthelfrith 36: EMC Coin  1026.083 (N 653 (Portrait) [var: bust right])
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 Ęthelfrith 36: EMC Coin  1026.026 (N 651 (Portrait))
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 Ęthelfrith 36: EMC Coin  1026.0262 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Ęthelfrith 36: EMC Coin  1026.0263 (N 651 (Portrait))
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 Ęthelred 59: EMC Coin  1002.0598 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Ęthelred 59: EMC Coin  1004.0679 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Ęthelred 59: EMC Coin  1006.0083 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Ęthelred 59: EMC Coin  1004.0678 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Ęthelred 59: EMC Coin  1026.0121 (N 649 (Two-Line))
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 Ęthelred 59: EMC Coin  1026.012 (N 649 (Two-Line))
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 Ęthelstan 105: EMC Coin  1017.012 (N 649 (Two-Line))
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 Ęthelstan 105: EMC Coin  1026.0128 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Ęthelstan 106: EMC Coin  1051.0283 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D))
 Ęthelstan 106: EMC Coin  1007.1268 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D))
 Ęthelstan 106: EMC Coin  1036.0448 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D))
 Ęthelstan 106: EMC Coin  1036.0449 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D))
 Ęthelstan 106: EMC Coin  1017.0256 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D))
 Ęthelstan 115: EMC Coin  1050.0207 (N 649 (Two-Line))
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 Ęthelwulf 48: EMC Coin  1048.0889 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Ęthelwulf 48: EMC Coin  1009.0293 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Ęthelwulf 48: EMC Coin  1002.0584 (N 656)
 Ęthelwulf 48: EMC Coin  1002.059 (N 663 (Hand))
 Ęthelwulf 48: EMC Coin  1002.0597 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Ęthelwulf 48: EMC Coin  1001.0564 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Ęthelwulf 48: EMC Coin  1006.0084 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Ęthelwulf 48: EMC Coin  1020.076 (N 659)
 Ęthelwulf 48: EMC Coin  1020.0761 (N 661)
 Ęthelwulf 48: EMC Coin  1024.0396 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Ęthelwulf 48: EMC Coin  1026.0123 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Osgot 11: EMC Coin  1020.0748 (N 649 (Two-Line))
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 Baciager 3: EMC Coin  1300.0344 (N 649 (Two-Line))
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 Badda 1: EMC Coin  1300.0348 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Badda 1: EMC Coin  1300.0354 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Badda 1: EMC Coin  1300.0353 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Badda 1: EMC Coin  1300.0351 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Badda 1: EMC Coin  1300.0347 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Badda 1: EMC Coin  1300.0346 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Badda 1: EMC Coin  1300.0345 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Badda 1: EMC Coin  1300.0355 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Badda 1: EMC Coin  1300.0343 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Badda 1: EMC Coin  1300.0342 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Badda 1: EMC Coin  1300.035 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Badda 1: EMC Coin  1300.0357 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Badda 1: EMC Coin  1300.0356 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Badda 1: EMC Coin  1006.0085 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Badda 1: EMC Coin  1026.0189 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Badda 1: EMC Coin  1026.0132 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Badda 1: EMC Coin  1026.0133 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Badda 1: EMC Coin  1026.0129 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Badda 1: EMC Coin  1026.013 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Badda 1: EMC Coin  1026.0131 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Beagstan 5: EMC Coin  2003.0174 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Beagstan 5: EMC Coin  1026.0134 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Beonnede 1: EMC Coin  1009.0295 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Beorhthelm 47: EMC Coin  1001.0565 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Beorhthelm 47: EMC Coin  1006.0087 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Beorhthelm 47: EMC Coin  1020.0741 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Beorhthelm 47: EMC Coin  1026.0215 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Beorhthelm 47: EMC Coin  1024.0397 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Beorhthelm 47: EMC Coin  1026.0124 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Beorhtnoth 36: EMC Coin  1996.0203 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Beorhtręd 11: EMC Coin  1006.0086 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Beorhtweald 10: EMC Coin  1026.0271 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Beorhtweald 10: EMC Coin  1026.0273 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Beorhtweald 10: EMC Coin  1026.0272 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Beornhere 2: EMC Coin  1004.068 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Beornhere 2: EMC Coin  1030.032 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Beornhere 2: EMC Coin  1030.0319 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Beornhere 2: EMC Coin  1050.0209 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Beornręd 5: EMC Coin  1991.013 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Boia 34: EMC Coin  1009.0313 (N 660)
 Boia 34: EMC Coin  1002.0588 (N 659)
 Boia 34: EMC Coin  1030.0326 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Boia 34: EMC Coin  1020.0759 (N 660)
 Brece 1: EMC Coin  1009.0312 (N 657)
 Brece 1: EMC Coin  1002.0586 (N 659)
 Brece 1: EMC Coin  1002.0585 (N 657)
 Brece 1: EMC Coin  1016.0148 (N 657)
 Bruning 21: EMC Coin  2008.0011 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Ceolwulf 15: EMC Coin  1009.0297 (N 650 (Two-Line, halfpenny))
 Ceolwulf 15: EMC Coin  1024.0398 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Clip 2: EMC Coin  1004.0682 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Cuthberht 4: EMC Coin  1002.0591 (N 665 (City gate))
 Deora 6: EMC Coin  1001.0568 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deora 6: EMC Coin  1020.0743 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Deora 8: EMC Coin  1993.0209 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Deormod 14: EMC Coin  1042.0766 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Deormod 14: EMC Coin  1017.0121 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Deormod 14: EMC Coin  1016.015 (N 664 (Hand))
 Deormod 14: EMC Coin  1026.0354 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deormod 14: EMC Coin  1026.0355 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deormod 14: EMC Coin  1026.0356 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deormod 14: EMC Coin  1026.0352 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deormod 14: EMC Coin  1026.036 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deormod 14: EMC Coin  1026.0358 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deormod 14: EMC Coin  1026.0359 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deormod 14: EMC Coin  1026.0137 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Deormod 14: EMC Coin  1026.0353 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deormod 14: EMC Coin  1026.0357 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  2005.0029 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1002.0595 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1004.0686 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1030.0321 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1017.0124 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1020.0742 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0338 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0339 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.034 (N 651 (Portrait))
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 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0345 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0337 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0329 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0328 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0327 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0326 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0325 (N 651 (Portrait))
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 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.033 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0322 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0346 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0321 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.032 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0323 (N 651 (Portrait))
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 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0336 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0347 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0348 (N 651 (Portrait))
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 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0291 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.029 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0289 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0288 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0287 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0286 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0298 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0284 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0294 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0282 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0281 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.028 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0279 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0278 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0277 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0276 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0275 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0274 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0285 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0307 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0317 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0316 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0315 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0314 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0313 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0312 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0311 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.031 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0293 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0308 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0318 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0306 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0305 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0304 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0303 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0302 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0301 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.03 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0299 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0297 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0309 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Deorweald 6: EMC Coin  1026.0296 (N 651 (Portrait))
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 Drihtweald 3: EMC Coin  1020.0744 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Drihtweald 3: EMC Coin  1021.0993 (N 649 (Two-Line))
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 Duding 7: EMC Coin  1009.0764 (N 651 (Portrait))
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 Edmund 56: EMC Coin  2001.0829 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Edmund 56: EMC Coin  2003.0197 (N 666 (Tower))
 Edmund 56: EMC Coin  1006.0089 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Edmund 56: EMC Coin  1006.0088 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Edmund 56: EMC Coin  1006.0106 (Edward the Elder, BMC xii (City gate / tower, N 665/N 666))
 Edmund 56: EMC Coin  1004.0687 (N 666 (Tower))
 Edmund 56: EMC Coin  1016.0151 (N 666 (Tower))
 Edmund 56: EMC Coin  1020.0765 (N 666 (Tower))
 Edmund 56: EMC Coin  1050.0212 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Eadred 37: EMC Coin  1020.0762 (N 664.1 (Hand))
 Eadweald 14: EMC Coin  1002.0596 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Eadweald 14: EMC Coin  1002.0599 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Eadweald 14: EMC Coin  1020.0745 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Eadweald 14: EMC Coin  1020.0764 (N 666 (Tower))
 Eadweald 17: EMC Coin  1050.0205 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Ealhstan 29: EMC Coin  1009.0298 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Ealhstan 29: EMC Coin  1030.0322 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Ealhstan 29: EMC Coin  1016.0149 (N 662 (Hand))
 Ealhstan 29: EMC Coin  1020.0763 (N 661)
 Ealhstan 29: EMC Coin  1026.0138 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Ecglaf 9: EMC Coin  1009.0299 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Ecgmund 4: EMC Coin  2001.1182 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Ecgmund 4: EMC Coin  2006.0084 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Eoferheard 2: EMC Coin  1001.0563 (N 478 (Edward Imitations: Two-Line, Halfpenny))
 Eofermund 7: EMC Coin  1002.0587 (N 658)
 Eofermund 7: EMC Coin  1030.0323 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Eofermund 7: EMC Coin  1020.0757 (N 658)
 Framric 2: EMC Coin  1026.0363 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Framric 2: EMC Coin  1026.0361 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Framric 2: EMC Coin  1026.0365 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Framric 2: EMC Coin  1026.0362 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Framric 2: EMC Coin  1026.0364 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Frithuberht 2: EMC Coin  1050.0213 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Frithuberht 4: EMC Coin  2001.0823 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Frithuberht 4: EMC Coin  1021.0994 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Frithuberht 4: EMC Coin  1024.0399 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Frithuwulf 2: EMC Coin  1026.0139 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Garheard 3: EMC Coin  1050.0206 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Garheard 3: EMC Coin  1048.089 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Garheard 3: EMC Coin  1006.0092 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Garheard 3: EMC Coin  1026.037 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Garheard 3: EMC Coin  1026.0366 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Garheard 3: EMC Coin  1026.0372 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Garheard 3: EMC Coin  1024.04 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Garheard 3: EMC Coin  1026.0367 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Garheard 3: EMC Coin  1026.0368 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Garheard 3: EMC Coin  1026.0371 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Garheard 3: EMC Coin  1026.0369 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Garwulf 2: EMC Coin  1001.0567 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Gefrei 1: EMC Coin  1026.0551 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Gefrei 1: EMC Coin  1026.0552 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Grimweald 3: EMC Coin  1991.0251 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Grimweald 3: EMC Coin  1020.0746 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Grimweald 3: EMC Coin  1026.014 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Grimweald 3: EMC Coin  1050.0214 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Grimweald 3: EMC Coin  1996.0201 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Grimweald 3: EMC Coin  1011.0048 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Gundbert 2: EMC Coin  1029.0437 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Gundbert 2: EMC Coin  1026.0141 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Gunter 2: EMC Coin  2005.005 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Gunter 2: EMC Coin  1026.0144 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Gunter 2: EMC Coin  1026.0142 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Gunter 2: EMC Coin  1026.0143 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Gunter 2: EMC Coin  1026.0145 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Gunner 7: EMC Coin  1300.0359 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Gunner 7: EMC Coin  1300.0363 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Gunner 7: EMC Coin  1300.0364 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Gunner 7: EMC Coin  1300.0365 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Gunner 7: EMC Coin  1300.0366 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Gunner 7: EMC Coin  1300.0367 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Gunner 7: EMC Coin  1300.0368 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Gunner 7: EMC Coin  1300.0362 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Gunner 7: EMC Coin  1300.036 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Gunner 7: EMC Coin  1300.0361 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Heathuwulf 2: EMC Coin  1030.0324 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Helbert 1: EMC Coin  1006.0094 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1999.0101 (N 658)
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1009.03 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1009.0314 (N 658)
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1020.0758 (N 659)
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.0404 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.0403 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.0402 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.0405 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.0399 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.04 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.0401 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.0378 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.0389 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.0388 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.0387 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.0386 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.0385 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.0384 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.0383 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.0382 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.0381 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.038 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.0379 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.0398 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.0377 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.0376 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.0392 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.0397 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.0396 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.0395 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.0394 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.0393 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.0391 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.0374 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.039 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.0373 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Heremod 13: EMC Coin  1026.0375 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Hesdebert 1: EMC Coin  1026.0146 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Hrodberht 1: EMC Coin  1993.5001 (N 664.3 (Hand, Halfpenny))
 Igere 3: EMC Coin  1020.0752 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igere 3: EMC Coin  1026.0439 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igere 3: EMC Coin  1026.0408 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igere 3: EMC Coin  1026.0512 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igere 3: EMC Coin  1026.044 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igere 3: EMC Coin  1026.0513 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igere 3: EMC Coin  1026.0441 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igere 3: EMC Coin  1026.0407 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igere 3: EMC Coin  1026.0406 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igere 3: EMC Coin  1026.0434 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.05 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0481 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0498 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.048 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0499 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0463 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0472 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0413 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0479 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0478 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.041 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0473 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0495 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0462 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0474 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0475 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0461 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0414 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0476 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0502 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0426 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0504 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0505 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0506 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0477 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0507 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0468 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0467 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0466 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0469 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0488 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.047 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0471 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0486 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0409 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0465 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0485 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0497 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0484 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0496 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0411 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0464 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0489 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.049 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0491 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0492 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0493 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0494 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0412 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0483 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0487 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0503 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0433 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0444 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0443 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0442 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0438 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0417 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0482 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0415 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0419 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0501 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0437 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0436 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0445 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.042 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0418 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0432 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0431 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.043 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0429 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0428 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0427 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0421 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0422 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0423 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0424 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0425 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0435 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0511 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0452 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0453 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0454 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0455 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0456 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0451 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0459 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0458 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.051 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0446 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.046 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0509 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0508 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0416 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0457 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.045 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0448 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0449 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Igeret 1: EMC Coin  1026.0447 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Landberht 2: EMC Coin  1006.0097 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Landuc 2: EMC Coin  1300.0373 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Landuc 2: EMC Coin  1300.0369 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Landuc 2: EMC Coin  1300.0372 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Landuc 2: EMC Coin  1300.0371 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Landuc 2: EMC Coin  1300.0374 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Landuc 2: EMC Coin  1300.037 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Landuc 2: EMC Coin  1300.0375 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Landuc 2: EMC Coin  1026.0147 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Landuc 2: EMC Coin  1026.0148 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Landuc 2: EMC Coin  1026.0149 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Landuc 2: EMC Coin  1026.0151 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Landuc 2: EMC Coin  1026.0152 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Landuc 2: EMC Coin  1026.015 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Leofhelm 7: EMC Coin  1977.0203 (N 650 (Two-Line, halfpenny))
 Leofhelm 7: EMC Coin  1009.0307 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Leofhelm 7: EMC Coin  1006.0096 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Leofhelm 7: EMC Coin  1026.0154 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Leofhelm 7: EMC Coin  1026.0153 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Leofhelm 7: EMC Coin  1026.0514 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Leofhelm 7: EMC Coin  1026.0515 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Leofhelm 7: EMC Coin  1026.0516 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Leofhelm 7: EMC Coin  1026.0517 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Leofhelm 7: EMC Coin  1026.0519 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Leofhelm 7: EMC Coin  1026.0529 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Leofhelm 7: EMC Coin  1026.052 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Leofhelm 7: EMC Coin  1026.0521 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Leofhelm 7: EMC Coin  1026.0528 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Leofhelm 7: EMC Coin  1026.0522 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Leofhelm 7: EMC Coin  1026.0523 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Leofhelm 7: EMC Coin  1026.0524 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Leofhelm 7: EMC Coin  1026.0525 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Leofhelm 7: EMC Coin  1026.0527 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Leofhelm 7: EMC Coin  1026.0526 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Leofhelm 7: EMC Coin  1026.0518 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Maginhard 2: EMC Coin  1300.0376 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Maginhard 2: EMC Coin  1017.0122 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Man 44: EMC Coin  1006.0098 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Man 44: EMC Coin  1026.0536 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Man 44: EMC Coin  1026.0537 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Man 44: EMC Coin  1026.0533 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Man 44: EMC Coin  1026.0155 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Man 44: EMC Coin  1026.0535 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Man 44: EMC Coin  1026.0156 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Man 44: EMC Coin  1026.0157 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Man 44: EMC Coin  1026.053 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Man 44: EMC Coin  1026.0531 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Man 44: EMC Coin  1026.0534 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Man 44: EMC Coin  1026.0532 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Man 44: EMC Coin  1026.0538 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Mercomed 1: EMC Coin  1030.0328 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Odo 10: EMC Coin  1020.0747 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Osgar 5: EMC Coin  2005.0049 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Osgar 5: EMC Coin  1985.0049 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Osgar 5: EMC Coin  1026.0158 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Osgar 5: EMC Coin  1026.0159 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Otic 3: EMC Coin  1026.016 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Pitit 3: EMC Coin  1300.0396 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Pitit 3: EMC Coin  1300.0388 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Pitit 3: EMC Coin  1300.0395 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Pitit 3: EMC Coin  1300.0379 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Pitit 3: EMC Coin  1300.0378 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Pitit 3: EMC Coin  1300.0377 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Pitit 3: EMC Coin  1300.0392 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Pitit 3: EMC Coin  1300.039 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Pitit 3: EMC Coin  1300.0383 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Pitit 3: EMC Coin  1300.0393 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Pitit 3: EMC Coin  1300.0384 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Pitit 3: EMC Coin  1300.0397 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Pitit 3: EMC Coin  1300.0382 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Pitit 3: EMC Coin  1300.0387 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Pitit 3: EMC Coin  1300.038 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Pitit 3: EMC Coin  1300.0386 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Pitit 3: EMC Coin  1300.0391 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Pitit 3: EMC Coin  1300.0381 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Pitit 3: EMC Coin  1300.0385 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Pitit 3: EMC Coin  1300.0389 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Pitit 3: EMC Coin  1026.0161 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Ręgenulf 5: EMC Coin  1987.0125 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Ręgenulf 5: EMC Coin  1977.8404 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Ręgenulf 5: EMC Coin  1011.0047 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Ręgenulf 5: EMC Coin  1009.0301 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Ręgenulf 5: EMC Coin  1002.06 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Ręgenulf 5: EMC Coin  1004.0683 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Ręgenulf 5: EMC Coin  1006.01 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Ręgenulf 5: EMC Coin  1006.0099 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Ręgenulf 5: EMC Coin  1020.0749 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Ręgenulf 5: EMC Coin  1024.0401 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Ricard 2: EMC Coin  1009.0302 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Ricard 2: EMC Coin  1026.0162 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Sigefrith 35: EMC Coin  1006.0101 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Sigegar 7: EMC Coin  1026.0217 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Sigegar 7: EMC Coin  1026.0216 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Sigegar 7: EMC Coin  1026.0163 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Sigeland 3: EMC Coin  1006.0102 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Snell 3: EMC Coin  1002.0601 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Spou 1: EMC Coin  1009.0303 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Stefman 1: EMC Coin  1030.0325 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Stefman 1: EMC Coin  1026.0164 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Thurlac 3: EMC Coin  1026.0165 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Tidferth 1: EMC Coin  1994.5125 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Tidemęr 1: EMC Coin  1026.0544 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Tidemęr 1: EMC Coin  1026.0545 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Tidemęr 1: EMC Coin  1026.0543 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Tidemęr 1: EMC Coin  1026.0542 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Tila 1: EMC Coin  2001.1183 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Tila 1: EMC Coin  1009.0308 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Tila 1: EMC Coin  1006.0103 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Tila 1: EMC Coin  1004.0684 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Tila 1: EMC Coin  1020.0751 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Tila 1: EMC Coin  1026.0879 (N 653 (Portrait) [var: bust right])
 Tila 1: EMC Coin  1024.0405 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Tila 1: EMC Coin  1026.0832 (N 653 (Portrait) [var: bust right])
 Tila 1: EMC Coin  1026.0831 (N 653 (Portrait) [var: bust right])
 Tila 1: EMC Coin  1024.0406 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Tila 1: EMC Coin  1026.0833 (N 653 (Portrait) [var: bust right])
 Tila 1: EMC Coin  1024.0407 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Torhthelm 11: EMC Coin  1024.0408 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Waldfrith 3: EMC Coin  2003.0162 (N 666 (Tower))
 Waldfrith 3: EMC Coin  1042.0767 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Waldfrith 3: EMC Coin  1002.0602 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Waldfrith 3: EMC Coin  1006.0107 (N 666 (Tower))
 Waldfrith 3: EMC Coin  1006.0108 (N 666 (Tower))
 Waldfrith 3: EMC Coin  1016.0146 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Waldfrith 3: EMC Coin  1020.0766 (N 666 (Tower))
 Warmer 1: EMC Coin  1300.04 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Warmer 1: EMC Coin  1300.0402 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Warmer 1: EMC Coin  1300.0401 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Warmer 1: EMC Coin  1300.0406 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Warmer 1: EMC Coin  1300.0405 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Warmer 1: EMC Coin  1300.0403 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Warmer 1: EMC Coin  1300.0398 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Warmer 1: EMC Coin  1300.0404 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Warmer 1: EMC Coin  1300.0399 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Warmer 1: EMC Coin  1026.0168 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Warmer 1: EMC Coin  1026.0167 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Wealdhelm 7: EMC Coin  1042.0768 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Wigheard 18: EMC Coin  1002.0589 (N 661)
 Wigwulf 2: EMC Coin  1020.075 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Wihtmund 5: EMC Coin  1992.77681 (N 650 (Two-Line, halfpenny))
 Willaf 4: EMC Coin  1050.0215 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Willaf 4: EMC Coin  1300.0417 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Willaf 4: EMC Coin  1300.0412 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Willaf 4: EMC Coin  1300.0411 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Willaf 4: EMC Coin  1300.0414 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Willaf 4: EMC Coin  1300.0415 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Willaf 4: EMC Coin  1300.041 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Willaf 4: EMC Coin  1300.0409 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Willaf 4: EMC Coin  1300.0408 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Willaf 4: EMC Coin  1300.0407 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Willaf 4: EMC Coin  1300.0413 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Willaf 4: EMC Coin  1300.0416 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Willaf 4: EMC Coin  1300.0418 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Wineger 2: EMC Coin  2006.0057 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Wineger 2: EMC Coin  1300.0419 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Wineger 2: EMC Coin  1300.042 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Wineger 2: EMC Coin  1026.017 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Wineger 2: EMC Coin  1026.0171 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Wineger 2: EMC Coin  1026.0172 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Wineger 2: EMC Coin  1026.0169 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Wineger 2: EMC Coin  2007.0326 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Wineger 2: EMC Coin  2007.0318 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Wineger 2: EMC Coin  1300.0423 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Wineger 2: EMC Coin  1300.0424 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Wineger 2: EMC Coin  1300.0425 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Wineger 2: EMC Coin  1300.0422 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Wineger 2: EMC Coin  1300.0421 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Willuf 1: EMC Coin  2006.0058 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Wulfgar 68: EMC Coin  1009.0316 (N 667 (Minster))
 Wulfgar 68: EMC Coin  1020.0768 (N 667 (Minster))
 Wulfheard 30: EMC Coin  2000.0375 (N 659)
 Wulfheard 30: EMC Coin  1009.0317 (N 655 (Rose))
 Wulfheard 30: EMC Coin  1004.0685 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Wulfheard 30: EMC Coin  1006.0105 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Wulfheard 30: EMC Coin  1016.0152 (N 655 (Rose))
 Wulfheard 30: EMC Coin  1020.0769 (N 655 (Rose))
 Wulfheard 30: EMC Coin  1024.0409 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Wulfhelm 37: EMC Coin  1026.0173 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Wulfred 42: EMC Coin  1030.0327 (N 651 (Portrait))
 Wulfred 42: EMC Coin  1020.0753 (N 653 (Portrait) [var: bust right])
 Wulfred 42: EMC Coin  1026.0125 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Wulfsige 83: EMC Coin  1002.0592 (N 666 (Tower))
 Wulfsige 83: EMC Coin  1017.0123 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Wulfsige 83: EMC Coin  1020.0756 (N 657)
 Wulfsige 83: EMC Coin  1020.0767 (N 666 (Tower))
 Wynberht 3: EMC Coin  1009.0304 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Wynberht 3: EMC Coin  1009.0305 (N 649 (Two-Line))
 Wynberht 3: EMC Coin  1020.0755 (N 656)
Princeps of Edward 2 (1)
 Ordlaf 1: S368   
Witan of Edward 2 (1)
 Anonymi 1002: ASC  900 A, <901> B, 901 CDG
Occupation (6)
Fierd of Edward 2 (3)
 Anonymi 1003: ASC  900 A, <901> B, 901 CDG
 Anonymi 1024: ASC  904 A, <905> B, 905 CDG
 Anonymi 1045: ASC  914 A, <915> B, 915 CD, 918 G
Messenger of Edward 2 (1)
 Anonymi 1026: ASC  904 A, <905> B, 905 CDG
Nurse of Edward 2 (1)
 Anonymi 126: Asser.VitAlfredi  75
Tutor of Edward 2 (1)
 Anonymi 125: Asser.VitAlfredi  75
Status (1)
Iuuenis of Edward 2 (1)
 Anonymi 2586: Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 49)