Source: Textual EditionAsser.VitAlfredi

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Author Asser
Source Title Life of Alfred
Language Latin

Notes

*Activities of the foreign armies on the Continent and events involving Frankish people that do not directly relate to Anglo-Saxon England that find mention in this source have been omitted.

Edition(s)

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Asser's Life of King Alfred, Together with the Annals of Saint Neots Erroneously Ascribed to Asser. Edited with an Introduction and Commentary. Stevenson, William Henry Asser's Life of King Alfred, Together with the Annals of Saint Neots Erroneously Ascribed to Asser. Edited with an Introduction and Commentary. Oxford 1959 1-95

Translation(s)

Editor Article or Book Title Journal or Pub.Loc. Date pp.
Keynes, Simon, and Lapidge, Michael Alfred the Great: Asser's 'Life of King Alfred' and Other Contemporary Sources. Translated with an Introduction and Notes. Harmondsworth 1983 67-110

Factoid List

View Factoid Type Source Ref Primary Person Short Description
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  102 Anonymi 166 Northumbrians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  101 Anonymi 164 foreigners from every people coming from far and near
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  102 Anonymi 165 many nobles and commoners of the same people as [Alfred 8] [i.e., West Saxons]
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  101 Anonymi 163 gathered from many peoples
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  101 Anonymi 163 knowledgeable in every earthly craft
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  100 Anonymi 162 a group performing their duties at the royal court by day and night for one month
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  98 Anonymi 159 In the monastic life serving God
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  100 Anonymi 162 They served [Alfred 8] in several capacities.
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  97 Anonymi 157 two armed bandits
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  96 Anonymi 157 of Gallic ethnic origin
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  97 Anonymi 157 evil listeners
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  97 Anonymi 156 evil instructors
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  97 Anonymi 156 betrayers of their Lord
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  97 Anonymi 156 all the instigators of so great a crime
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  96 Anonymi 156 Aroused by a ceretain envy against their abbot, John, they very secretly very embittered.
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  96 Anonymi 156 Gallic by ethnic origin
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  93 Anonymi 153 ... of various peoples ...
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  94 Anonymi 154 certain priests and deacons from overseas
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  92 Anonymi 153 of various peoples ... from everywhere
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  10 Anonymi 15 pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  86 Anonymi 150 [West] Saxons
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  91.54 Anonymi 152 their foolish repentence
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  83 Anonymi 147 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  83 Anonymi 149 Angles and Saxons
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Anonymi 145 Northumbrians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Anonymi 144 Mercians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Anonymi 144 the force and tyranny of Eadred [= Ęthelred 1] and the Mercians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  9 Anonymi 14 pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Anonymi 142 all the inhabitants of the kingdom of Dyfed
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  79.4-5 Anonymi 139 ... to the region of the 'Right-hand' Saxons, which in Saxon is called 'Sussex', accompanied by guides of the same ethnic origin.
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  76.33 Anonymi 137 They were brought up in the royal family.
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  76.28 Anonymi 135 foreigners
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  76.17 Anonymi 134 fellow countrymen [of Alfred 8]
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  76.22 Anonymi 133 Bretons
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  76.22 Anonymi 133 Scotti
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  76.22 Anonymi 133 Britons
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  76.21 Anonymi 133 Frisians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  76.21 Anonymi 133 Gauls
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  76.22 Anonymi 133 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  76.21 Anonymi 133 many Franks
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  76.17 Anonymi 132 immigrants of all peoples
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  76.17 Anonymi 132 local inhabitants
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  9 Anonymi 13 Dwellers in Kent
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  9 Anonymi 13 Christians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  73 Anonymi 119 Mercian
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  67 Anonymi 118 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  66 Anonymi 114 [West] Saxons
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  66 Anonymi 113 those citizens defended themselves courageously
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  66 Anonymi 112 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  64 Anonymi 111 They were truly exhausted by the battle and by their wounds
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  64 Anonymi 110 They were truly exhausted by the battle and by their wounds
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  7 Anonymi 11 ...Britains...
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  72 Anonymi 107 East Angles
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  60 Anonymi 107 East Angles
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  58 Anonymi 106 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  56 Anonymi 105 most excellent men
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  55 Anonymi 101 all the inhabitants of Hampshire, who had not sailed across the sea out of fear of the pagans.
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  55 Anonymi 100 all the inhabitants of Hampshire
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  2 Anonymi 1 the few British inhabitants of the same island [sc. Isle of Wight]
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  91.25 Alfred 8 not to mention that illness
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  91.1-9 Alfred 8 The king was pierced through by the nails of many tribulations ... for he was continually wearied from his twentieth year to his forty-fifth (which is now) by a most serious attack from an unknown illness, so that he does not have peace of mind for a single hour in which he might not experience that ailment or not despair under an almost settled depression from fear of it.
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  76 Alfred 8 the daily infirmities of his body
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  74.55-70 Alfred 8 ... after some period of time ... he developed piles through the gift of God. Suffering this long and severely over many years, he despaired even of life, until it was removed completely from him after he had prayed. But, sad to say, after it disappeared, another worse thing gripped him at his marriage..., which wearied him without surcease day and night from the twentieth year of his life until the forty-fifth; but if at any time through God's mercy that illness abated for a single day or night or even for the space of a single hour, yet the fear and dread of that horrible illness never ever left him, but, as it were, rendered him nearly useless, as it seemed to him, for divine and human affairs.
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  74.1-17 Alfred 8 When he had celebrated his nuptials, after continuous feasting by day and night, he was gripped by a sudden and severe illness ... that, worst of all, [it was] so serious that it had been prolonged without remission throughout his years from the twentieth to his fortieth year of his life, and even beyond.... Some believed it was piles, a kind of very troublesome ailment he indeed had from his youth.
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  25 Alfred 8 When he was older and repeatedly seized day and night by ailments, indeed, ones not known to the doctors of this island ...
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  76 Alfred 8 God stimulated his mind within, not from without.
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  76 Alfred 8 He groaned with continuous sighing that Omnipotent God had created him devoid of divine wisdom and [a knowledge of] the liberal arts.
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  76 Alfred 8 He would complain day and night with anxious distress to the Lord and to those who were known to him intimately
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  106.15-17 Alfred 8 The king [i.e., Alfred 8] was a very wise investigator in following up judicial matters, as in all other things
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  99 Alfred 8 pious contemplative
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  81 Alfred 8 how lavish in generosity he is
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  81 Alfred 8 For this is his peculiar and most usual practice by day and night , amongst all the other distractions of mind and body either to read aloud books to himself or to listen to others reading aloud.
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  56 Alfred 8 fiercely waging war
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  74.22-4 Alfred 8 [H]e was an assiduous visitor to holy places even from his childhood for the purpose of praying and giving alms.
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  42 Alfred 8 notably as an outstanding warrior et conqueror in almost all his wars.
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  22 Alfred 8 From the cradle before all else and despite all the commitments of the present life, a desire for wisdom together with the nobility of his line constituted the nature of his noble mind.
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  29 Alfred 8 venerable
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  22 Alfred 8 As he grew through infancy and boyhood he was seen to be more handsome in appearance than his other brothers
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  21 Alfred 8 venerable
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  11 Ęthelwulf 1 venerable
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  13 Ęthelwulf 1 venerable
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  56 Alfred 8 moved by mercy, which he customarily displayed
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  76 Alfred 8 With immense and incomparable goodwill and pleasantness
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  12 Ęthelwulf 1 unutterably great forebearance
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  13 Ęthelwulf 1 employing excessive forebearance and wisdom
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Ęthelstan 4 Mercian in ethnic origin
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Ęthelred 1 the force and tyranny of Ęthelred 1 [= Ęthelred] and the Mercians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  41 Ęthelred 15 He had governed his kingdom energetically and honourably, acquiring a good reputation.
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  98 Ęthelgifu 4 a virgin consecrated to God
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Ęthelgifu 4 a virgin dedicated to God
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  19 Ęthelberht 9 He governed his kingdom for five years peacefully, amiably and honourably.
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  13 Ęthelbald 13 obstinate
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  12 Ęthelbald 13 unjust and obstinate
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi   
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  78 John 21 Monk
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  94 John 21 Monk
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  27 Ęlle 3 He was not born of a royal line.
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  78 Grimbald 1 Chanter
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  23 Anonymous 8 Teacher
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  78 Grimbald 1 Monk
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  15 Anonymous 6 Slave
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  96 Anonymous 14 Prostitute
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  94 Anonymous 13 Monk
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  54 Anonymi 92 Ship’s complement
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  6 Anonymi 9 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  49 Anonymi 85 Eques
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  49 Anonymi 83 Nun
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  5 Anonymi 8 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  48 Anonymi 82 Ship’s complement
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  72 Anonymi 79 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  60 Anonymi 79 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  58 Anonymi 79 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  57 Anonymi 79 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  52 Anonymi 79 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  56 Anonymi 79 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  49 Anonymi 79 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  47 Anonymi 79 Band
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  50 Anonymi 78 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  47 Anonymi 78 Band
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  42 Anonymi 73 Warrior
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  47 Anonymi 69 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  4 Anonymi 7 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  46 Anonymi 69 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  45 Anonymi 69 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  44 Anonymi 69 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  42 Anonymi 69 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  42 Anonymi 68 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  42 Anonymi 67 Warrior
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  40 Anonymi 64 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  40 Anonymi 63 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  40 Anonymi 63 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  38 Anonymi 62 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  38 Anonymi 61 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  38 Anonymi 61 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  36 Anonymi 56 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  36 Anonymi 56 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  4 Anonymi 6 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  5 Anonymi 6 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  37 Anonymi 61 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  35 Anonymi 54 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  33 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  4 Anonymi 6 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  30 Anonymi 45 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  30 Anonymi 44 Messenger
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  30 Anonymi 45 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  27 Anonymi 41 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  30 Anonymi 44 Messenger
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  27 Anonymi 41 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  25 Anonymi 38 Scribe
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  25 Anonymi 37 Teacher
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  25 Anonymi 36 Doctor
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  22 Anonymi 35 Tutor
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  39 Anonymi 34 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  38 Anonymi 34 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  39 Anonymi 34 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  38 Anonymi 34 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  38 Anonymi 34 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  35 Anonymi 34 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  37 Anonymi 34 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  33 Anonymi 34 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  32 Anonymi 34 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  31 Anonymi 34 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  30 Anonymi 34 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  26 Anonymi 34 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  21 Anonymi 34 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  21 Anonymi 34 Fleet
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  18 Anonymi 28 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  79.6 Anonymi 190 Guide
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  78 Anonymi 189 Messenger
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  67 Anonymi 187 Ship’s complement
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  7 Anonymi 173 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  102 Anonymi 166 Monk
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  102 Anonymi 165 Pupil
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  100 Anonymi 161 Warrior
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  101 Anonymi 163 Craftsman
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  102 Anonymi 159 Nun
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  98 Anonymi 159 Nun
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  98 Anonymi 159 Nun
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  97 Anonymi 158 Monk
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  96 Anonymi 156 Monk
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  94 Anonymi 155 Monk
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  102 Anonymi 153 Monk
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  93 Anonymi 153 Monk
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  92 Anonymi 153 Monk
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  10 Anonymi 15 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  9 Anonymi 14 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  78 Anonymi 138 Messenger
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  79.6 Anonymi 139 Guide
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  76 Anonymi 136 Household staff
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  76.6 Anonymi 131 Dog-keeper
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  76.6 Anonymi 130 Hawk-handler
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  76.5 Anonymi 129 Falconer
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Anonymi 126 Nurse
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  76.5 Anonymi 127 Goldsmith
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  76.5 Anonymi 128 Craftsman
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Anonymi 125 Tutor
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Anonymi 125 Tutor
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Anonymi 126 Nurse
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Anonymi 124 Teacher
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Anonymi 124 Teacher
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  67 Anonymi 118 Ship’s complement
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  67 Anonymi 117 Warrior
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  67 Anonymi 116 Fleet
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  66 Anonymi 114 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  66 Anonymi 112 Band
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  64 Anonymi 109 Ship’s complement
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  64 Anonymi 111 Ship’s complement
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  66 Anonymi 108 Band
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  66 Anonymi 106 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  61 Anonymi 106 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  58 Anonymi 106 Army
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  56 Anonymi 105 Warrior
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  7 Anonymi 10 Embassy
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  22 Alfred 8 Hunter
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  7 Anonymi 10 Messenger
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi    Ęthelwulf 1
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Ęthelgifu 4 Nun
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.20 Woden 1 was Son of Frithuwald 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  2 Stuf 1 was Brother of Wihtgar 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.36 Tętwa 1 was Son of Beaw 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  2 Wihtgar 1 was Brother of Stuf 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  2 Osburg 2 was Daughter of Oslac 2
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  2 Oslac 2 was Descendant of Stuf 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.37 Scieldwea 1 was Son of Heremod 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  2 Osburg 2 was Mother of Alfred 8
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  79.58 Nobis 1 was Kinsman of Asser 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  68 Louis 3 was Son of Charles 4
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  70 Louis 2 was Brother of Charles 4
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  71 Marinus 1 was Friend of Alfred 8
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  68 Judith 1 was Sister of Louis 3
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  17 Judith 1 was Wife of Ęthelbald 13
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  68 Judith 1 was Daughter of Charles 4
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  17 Judith 1 was Daughter of Charles 4
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  13 Judith 1 was Daughter of Charles 4
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.13 Ingeld 2 was Son of Cenred 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.37-8 Itermon 1 was Son of Hathra 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  97 John 21 was Monastic senior of Anonymi 158
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  11 Judith 1 was Daughter of Charles 4
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  11 Judith 1 was Wife of Ęthelwulf 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.10 Ine 1 was Brother of Ingeld 2
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.13 Ine 1 was Son of Cenred 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.10 Ingeld 2 was Brother of Ine 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Hywel 1 was Son of Rhys 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.38 Hathra 1 was Son of Hwala 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.37 Heremod 1 was Son of Itermon 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.38 Hwala 1 was Son of Beadwig 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.22 Godwulf 1 was Son of Geat 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  56 Guthrum 1 was Godson of Alfred 8
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.19 Gewis 1 was Son of Brand 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Elise 1 was Son of Tewdwr 2
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.8-9 Eoppa 1 was Son of Ingeld 2
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Ffyrnfael 1 was Son of Meurig 2
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.22 Finn 1 was Son of Godwulf 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.21 Frealaf 1 was Son of Frithuwulf 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.21 Frithuwald 1 was Son of Frealaf 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.21 Frithuwulf 1 was Son of Finn 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.36 Geat 1 was Son of Tętwa 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Edward 2 was Son of Ealhswith 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.16 Elesa 1 was Son of Gewis 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  14 Eadburg 5 was Wife of Beorhtric 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  29 Eadburg 6 was Mother of Ealhswith 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.8 Eafa 1 was Son of Eoppa 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.8 Ealhmund 4 was Son of Eafa 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.7-8 Ecgberht 10 was Son of Ealhmund 4
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Edward 2 was Son of Alfred 8
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  14 Eadburg 5 was Daughter of Offa 7
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  2 Cynric 1 was Male cousin, paternal aunt’s/maternal uncle’s son of Wihtgar 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  2 Cynric 1 was Male cousin, paternal aunt’s/maternal uncle’s son of Stuf 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.14 Cutha 1 was Son of Cuthwine 5
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.15 Cuthwine 5 was Son of Ceawlin 2
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.15 Cynric 1 was Son of Creoda 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  2 Cynric 1 was Son of Cerdic 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.16 Creoda 1 was Son of Cerdic 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  70 Charles 3 was Male cousin, paternal uncle’s son of Judith 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  70 Charles 3 was Son of Louis 2
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  70 Charles 4 was Father of Judith 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  13 Charles 4 was Father of Judith 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  2 Cerdic 1 was Maternal Uncle of Stuf 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  2 Cerdic 1 was Maternal Uncle of Wihtgar 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.16 Cerdic 1 was Son of Elesa 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.14 Ceolwald 1 was Son of Cutha 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.13-14 Cenred 1 was Son of Ceolwald 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.15 Ceawlin 2 was Son of Cynric 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Brochfael 1 was Son of Meurig 2
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.19-20 Brand 1 was Son of Bęldęg 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.36-7 Beaw 1 was Son of Scieldwea 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.38-9 Beadwig 1 was Son of Seth 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Ealhswith 1 was Wife of Alfred 8
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.20 Bęldęg 1 was Son of Woden 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  73 Ealhswith 1 was Wife of Alfred 8
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  29 Ealhswith 1 was Wife of Alfred 8
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  29 Ealhswith 1 was Daughter of Ęthelred Mucel 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  23 Osburg 2 was Mother of Alfred 8
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  106.49-50 Anonymi 10001 was Propinquus of Anonymi 171
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  14 Anonymous 3 was Favourite of Beorhtric 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  15 Charles 2 was Son of Charlemagne 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  22 Osburg 2 was Mother of Alfred 8
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  9 Ęthelswith 1 was Wife of Burgred 5
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  54 Anonymous 310 was Brother of Ivar 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  54 Anonymous 310 was Brother of Halfdan 2
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  106.49 Anonymi 10000 was Son of Anonymi 171
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  9 Ęthelswith 1 was Daughter of Ęthelwulf 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  54 Anonymi 92 was Enemy of Anonymi 95
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  54 Anonymi 92 was Enemy of Anonymi 94
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  53 Anonymi 91 was Subjected person of Anonymi 79
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  42 Anonymi 65 was Brother of Alfred 8
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  22 Anonymi 65 was Brother of Alfred 8
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  23 Anonymi 65 was Brother of Alfred 8
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  11 was Son of Ęthelwulf 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  106.23 Anonymi 193 was Friend of Alfred 8
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  16 was Kinsman of Ęthelwulf 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  33 Anonymi 34 was Enemy of Edmund 6
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Anonymi 146 was Subject of Anarawd 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  91.37 Anonymi 151 was Friend of Alfred 8
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  94 Anonymi 155 was Child of Anonymi 183
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Anonymi 143 was Brother of Anarawd 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Anonymi 143 was Son of Rhodri 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  76.32 Anonymi 137 was Son of Anonymi 136
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  8 Anonymi 12 was Son of Leo 2
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Anonymi 122 was Descendant of Alfred 8
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  73 Anonymi 119 was Ancestor of Ealhswith 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  64 Anonymi 111 was Companion of Anonymi 110
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  66 Anonymi 115 was Captive of Anonymi 112
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Anarawd 1 was Son of Rhodri 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Anarawd 1 was Son of Alfred 8
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  55 Anonymi 101 was Refugee of Anonymi 79
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  73 Alfred 8 was Friend of Asser 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  40 Alfred 8 was Brother of Ęthelred 15
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  38 Alfred 8 was Brother of Ęthelred 15
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  36 Alfred 8 was Brother of Ęthelred 15
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  11 Alfred 8 was Son of Ęthelwulf 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  30 Alfred 8 was Brother of Ęthelred 15
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  8 Alfred 8 was Son of Leo 2
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  8 Alfred 8 was Son of Ęthelwulf 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.6-7 Alfred 8 was Son of Ęthelwulf 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  1.7 Ęthelwulf 1 was Son of Ecgberht 10
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  22 Ęthelwulf 1 was Father of Alfred 8
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Ęthelweard 5 was Son of Ealhswith 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Ęthelweard 5 was Son of Alfred 8
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  42 Ęthelred 15 was Brother of Alfred 8
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  37 Ęthelred 15 was Brother of Alfred 8
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  21 Ęthelred 15 was Brother of Ęthelberht 9
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  98 Ęthelgifu 4 was Daughter of Alfred 8
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Ęthelgifu 4 was Daughter of Ealhswith 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Ęthelgifu 4 was Daughter of Alfred 8
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Ęthelflęd 4 was Wife of Ęthelred 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Ęthelflęd 4 was Daughter of Ealhswith 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Ęthelflęd 4 was Daughter of Alfred 8
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  19 Ęthelbald 13 was Brother of Ęthelberht 9
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  18 Ęthelberht 9 was Brother of Ęthelbald 13
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  17 Ęthelbald 13 was Son of Ęthelwulf 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  13 Ęthelbald 13 was Son of Ęthelbald 13
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  12 Ęthelbald 13 was Son of Ęthelwulf 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  5 Ęthelbald 13 was Son of Ęthelwulf 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Ęlfthryth 5 was Daughter of Ealhswith 1
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Ęlfthryth 5 was Daughter of Alfred 8
Education Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Węrfrith 6 thoroughly learned in holy writings
Education Asser.VitAlfredi  78 John 21 most learned in all fields of the literary arts and skilled in many other crafts.
Education Asser.VitAlfredi  78 Grimbald 1 He was most learned in every way in ecclesiastical doctrines and in Divine Scripture.
Education Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Edward 2 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.
Education Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Edward 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).
Education Asser.VitAlfredi  106.46-8 Anonymi 171 Anyone unable to to advance in reading
Education Asser.VitAlfredi  106.42-6 Anonymi 170 Nearly all comites, praepositi and ministri (Anonymi 170), illiterate from infancy, were eager to read, preferring to learn this unaccustomed discipline, albeit laboriously, rather than give up the offices of power.
Education Asser.VitAlfredi  94 Anonymi 155 children that [Alfred 8] ordered to be educated at the same monasterium [of Athelney]
Education Asser.VitAlfredi  76.34--6 Anonymi 137 Amongst other things Alfred 8 did not cease from instilling in them all kinds of good behaviour and in instructing them in letters day and night.
Education Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Anonymi 123 By Divine wisdom and the admirable foresight of the king (Alfred 8) Ęthelweard 5 was given over to the diligent care of teachers (Anonymi 124) with almost all the noble children of the district and also many commoners (Anonymi 123). In this school books of either tongue, Latin and also [Anglo-]Saxon, were attentively read; they were also occupied with writing so that, before they had developed strength suitable for human skills, such as hunting and other skills appropriate to nobles, they were seen to be eager and gifted in the liberal arts.
Education Asser.VitAlfredi  89 Alfred 8 Alfred 8 began the rudiments of sacred scripture on St Martin's Day.
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  87 Alfred 8 Alfred 8 first began in the same year [scil. 887] to read [Latin] and translate all on a single day through divine inspiration.
Education Asser.VitAlfredi  78 Alfred 8 Through their teaching the king's outlook was greatly expanded.
Education Asser.VitAlfredi  78 Alfred 8 Through their teaching the king's outlook was greatly expanded.
Education Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Alfred 8 He had not yet begun to read anything.
Education Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Alfred 8 The teaching and wisdom of these men increased the king's desire steadily and fulfilled it.
Education Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Alfred 8 The teaching and wisdom of these men increased the king's desire steadily and fulfilled it.
Education Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Alfred 8 The teaching and wisdom of these men increased the king's desire steadily and fulfilled it.
Education Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Alfred 8 The teaching and wisdom of these men increased the king's desire steadily and fulfilled it.
Education Asser.VitAlfredi  76.9-10 Alfred 8 Alfred 8 did not cease from reading aloud books in English and especially memorizing English poetry
Education Asser.VitAlfredi  76.68-70 Alfred 8 He directed the eyes of his mind far away, seeking without what he did not have within, namely in his own kingdom.
Education Asser.VitAlfredi  76.41-3 Alfred 8 He would complain and groan with a frequent sigh that Almighty God had created him without a knowledge of divine wisdom and the liberal arts.
Education Asser.VitAlfredi  25 Alfred 8 When he was older, ... he was so troubled that he could not read, although he had teachers (Anonymi 37) and scribes (Anonymi 38) to some extent.
Education Asser.VitAlfredi  25 Alfred 8 He claimed that what had been the greatest amongst all his burdens ... and hardships ... was that when he was of an age and had the opportunity and capacity to learn, he did not have teachers.
Education Asser.VitAlfredi  24 Alfred 8 He was not able to satisfy his desire for what he most wanted, namely, [a knowledge of] the liberal arts.
Education Asser.VitAlfredi  24 Alfred 8 [He learnt] the daily cycle, i.e. the celebrations of the hours, and then certain psalms et many prayers.
Education Asser.VitAlfredi  22 Alfred 8 He remained illiterate until his twelfth year or even older through the shameful lack of concern of his parents and those who brought him up (Anonymi 35). But as an intelligent listener to English poems by day and night, listening with great frequency to their being recounted by others, he retained them in his receptive memory. In the art of hunting, he labours unceasingly--and not in vain--as an energetic hunter, for he was not matched by anyone for skill and success in that art, just as in all other gifts of God....
Education Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Ęthelweard 5 By Divine wisdom and the admirable foresight of the king (Alfred 8) Ęthelweard 5 was given over to the diligent care of teachers (Anonymi 124) with almost all the noble children of the district and also many commoners (Anonymi 123). In this school books of either tongue, Latin and also [Anglo-]Saxon, were attentively read; they were also occupied with writing so that, before they had developed strength suitable for human skills, such as hunting and other skills appropriate to nobles, they were seen to be eager and gifted in the liberal arts.
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  2 Wihtgar 1 held office of Comes
Education Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Ęlfthryth 5 Nor are these [sc. Edward 2 and Ęlfthryth 5] 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 especially Saxon poems, and very frequently use books.
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Węrwulf 6 held office of Chaplain
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Węrwulf 6 held office of Priest
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Węrfrith 6 held office of Bishop (Bishop of the church of Worcester)
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  2 Stuf 1 held office of Comes
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  42 Sidroc 2 held office of Dux
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  39 Sidroc 2 held office of Comes
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  42 Sidroc 1 held office of Dux
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Plegmund 1 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  39 Sidroc 1 held office of Comes
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  2 Oslac 2 held office of Pincerna
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  18 Osric 7 held office of Comes (Comes of the men of Hampshire)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  42 Osbern 1 held office of Dux
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  47 Oscytel 1 held office of King
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  39 Osbern 1 held office of Comes
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  27 Osberht 6 held office of King (King of the Northumbrians)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  14 Offa 7 held office of King (King of the Mercians)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  79.57-8 Nobis 1 held office of Archbishop
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  71 Marinus 1 held office of Pope
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  70 Louis 2 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  68 Louis 3 held office of King (King of the Franks)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  8 Leo 2 held office of Pope
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  68 Judith 1 held office of Queen
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  97 John 21 held office of Abbot
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  96 John 21 held office of Abbot
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  94 John 21 held office of Abbot (Abbot of Athelney)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  94 John 21 held office of Priest
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  78 John 21 held office of Priest
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Hywel 1 held office of King (King of Glywysing)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  1.9-10 Ine 1 held office of King (King of the West Saxons)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  79.54 Hyfaidd 1 held office of King
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  9 Huda 1 held office of Comes
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  39 Harald 1 held office of Comes
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  42 Harald 1 held office of Dux
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  50 Halfdan 2 held office of King (King of a certain part of the Northumbrians)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  56 Guthrum 1 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  47 Guthrum 1 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Grimbald 1 held office of Priest
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  102 Gregory 1 held office of Pope
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Gregory 1 held office of Pope
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  42 Fręna 2 held office of Dux
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  39 Fręna 2 held office of Comes
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Ffyrnfael 1 held office of King (King of Gwent)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Elise 1 held office of King (King of Brycheiniog)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  33 Edmund 6 held office of King (King of the East Angles)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  91.16-17 Elias 2 held office of Patriarch (Patriarch of Jerusalem)
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  12 Eanwulf 4 held office of Comes (Comes of the paga of Somerset)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  28 Ealhstan 3 held office of Bishop (Bishop of the church of Sherborne)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  12 Ealhstan 3 held office of Bishop (Bishop of the church of Sherborne)
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  9 Ealhhere 11 held office of Comes
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  6 Ealhhere 11 held office of Comes
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Ęthelred 1 held office of Comes
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  70 Charles 3 held office of King (King of the Alemanni)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  15 Eadburg 5 held office of Abbess
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Ęthelred 1 held office of Comes (Comes of the Mercians)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  70 Charles 4 held office of King (King of the Franks)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  13 Charles 4 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  68 Charles 4 held office of King (King of the Franks)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  15 Charlemagne 1 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  11 Charles 4 held office of King (King of the Franks)
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  3 Ceorl 2 held office of Comes (Ealdorman of Devon)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  2 Cerdic 1 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  30 Burgred 5 held office of King (King of the Mercians)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  46 Burgred 5 held office of King (King of the Mercians)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  34 Ceolnoth 3 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of Canterbury)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  46 Ceolwulf 11 held office of Minister
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  46 Ceolwulf 11 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  42 Bagsecg 1 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  14 Beorhtric 1 held office of King (King of the West Saxons)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  15 Beorhtric 1 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  4 Beorhtwulf 2 held office of King (King of the Mercians)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Brochfael 1 held office of King (King of Gwent)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  7 Burgred 5 held office of King (King of the Mercians)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  13 Anonymous 2 held office of Queen
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  15 Charles 2 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  47 Anwend 1 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  39 Bagsecg 1 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  54 Anonymi 94 held office of Minister (King's ministri)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  55 Anonymi 97 held office of Fasellus (Faselli of Somerset)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  9 Ęthelswith 1 held office of Queen
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  37 Anonymous 10 held office of Priest
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Anonymous 12 held office of Bishop
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  42 Anonymi 72 held office of Dux
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  42 Anonymi 74 held office of Minister
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  38 Anonymi 59 held office of Dux
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  42 Anonymi 71 held office of Dux
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  37 Anonymi 58 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  38 Anonymi 58 held office of King
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  37 Anonymi 59 held office of Comes
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  35 Anonymi 53 held office of Comes
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  106.44 Anonymi 170 held office of Minister
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  104 Anonymi 184 held office of Chaplain
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  106.43 Anonymi 170 held office of Comes
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  106.43 Anonymi 170 held office of Praepositus
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  12 Anonymi 17 held office of Counsellor
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  13 Anonymi 17 held office of Counsellor
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  106.3 Anonymi 169 held office of Comes
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  106.3 Anonymi 169 held office of Praepositus
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  106.22 Anonymi 169 held office of Judge
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  102 Anonymi 160 held office of Minister
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  100 Anonymi 162 held office of Minister
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  96 Anonymi 156 held office of Deacon
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  99 Anonymi 160 held office of Minister
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  100 Anonymi 160 held office of Minister
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  94 Anonymi 154 held office of Priest
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  94 Anonymi 154 held office of Deacon
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  96 Anonymi 156 held office of Priest (sacerdos)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  91.36 Anonymi 151 held office of Bishop
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  91.36 Anonymi 151 held office of Comes
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  91.37 Anonymi 151 held office of Minister
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  91.38 Anonymi 151 held office of Praepositus
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  76.31 Anonymi 136 held office of Comes
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  76.31 Anonymi 136 held office of Minister
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  79.55-7 Anonymi 141 held office of Bishop
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  76.29-30 Anonymi 136 held office of Bishop
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  76.30 Anonymi 136 held office of Cleric
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  64 Anonymi 110 held office of Princeps
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  106.15 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  105 Alfred 8 held office of Judge
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  103 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  98 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  81 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  83 Alfred 8 held office of King (King of the Anglo-Saxons)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  84 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  86 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  87 Alfred 8 held office of King (King of the Anglo-Saxons)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  91 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  92 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  73 Alfred 8 held office of King (King of the Anglo-Saxons)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  72 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  71 Alfred 8 held office of King (King of the Anglo-Saxons)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  67 Alfred 8 held office of King (King of the Anglo-Saxons)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  66 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  65 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  64 Alfred 8 held office of King (King of the Anglo-Saxons)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  62 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  63 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  60 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  54 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  57 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  52 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  49 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  48 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  47 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  46 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  45 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  44 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  35 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  42 Alfred 8 held office of Secundarius
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  32 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  31 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  26 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  29 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  21 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  21 Alfred 8 held office of King (King of the Anglo-Saxons)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  18 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  8 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  13 Alfred 8 held office of King (King of the Anglo-Saxons)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  3 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  7 Alfred 8 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  1.2 Alfred 8 held office of King (King of the Anglo-Saxons)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  Dedicatio Alfred 8 held office of King (Ruler of all the Christians of the island of Britain, king of the Anglo-Saxons)
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  36 Ęthelwulf 16 held office of Comes
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  35 Ęthelwulf 16 held office of Comes (Comes of the district of Berkshire)
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  18 Ęthelwulf 16 held office of Comes
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  17 Ęthelwulf 1 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  68 Ęthelwulf 1 held office of King (King of the West Saxons)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  16 Ęthelwulf 1 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  13 Ęthelwulf 1 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  12 Ęthelwulf 1 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  11 Ęthelwulf 1 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  8 Ęthelwulf 1 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  9 Ęthelwulf 1 held office of King (King of the West Saxons)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  7 Ęthelwulf 1 held office of King (King of the West Saxons)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  5 Ęthelwulf 1 held office of King (King of the Saxons)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  2 Ęthelwulf 1 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  1.7 Ęthelwulf 1 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Ęthelstan 4 held office of Chaplain
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  83 Ęthelred 1 held office of Comes (Comes of the Mercians)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Ęthelstan 4 held office of Priest
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  29 Ęthelred Mucel 1 held office of Comes (Comes of the Gaini)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  41 Ęthelred 15 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  40 Ęthelred 15 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  37 Ęthelred 15 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  38 Ęthelred 15 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  36 Ęthelred 15 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  21 Ęthelred 15 held office of King (King of the West Saxons)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  30 Ęthelred 15 held office of King (King of the West Saxons)
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  86 Ęthelhelm 7 held office of Comes (... Comes of the people of Wiltshire ...)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  98 Ęthelgifu 4 held office of Abbess (Abbess of Shaftesbury)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  21 Ęthelberht 9 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  17 Ęthelbald 13 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  12 Ęthelbald 13 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  27 Ęlle 3 held office of King
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  8 Leo 2 held status of Dominus / Dominus
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  29 Eadburg 6 held status of Widow / Widow
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  29 Eadburg 6 held status of Noble / Noble
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  14 Anonymous 3 held status of Puer / Puer
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  29 Ealhswith 1 held status of Noble / Noble
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  14 Anonymous 3 held status of Adolescens / Adolescens
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  106.50-1 Anonymi 10002 held status of Slave / Slave
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  106.50-1 Anonymi 10002 held status of Free person / Free person
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  94 Anonymous 13 held status of Iuuenis / Iuuenis
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  53 Anonymi 88 held status of Noble / Noble
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  49 Anonymi 84 held status of Hostage / Hostage
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  46 Anonymi 77 held status of Hostage / Hostage
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  37 Anonymi 60 held status of Witness / Witness
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  30 Anonymi 43 held status of Optimas / Optimas
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  27 held status of Optimas / Optimas
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  16 held status of Noble / Noble
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  106.2 Anonymi 192 held status of Ignobilis / Ignobilis
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  12 Anonymi 18 held status of Noble / Noble
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  13 Anonymi 18 held status of Noble / Noble
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  106.1-2 Anonymi 192 held status of Noble / Noble
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  13 Anonymi 177 held status of Magnate / Magnate
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  105 Anonymi 168 held status of Noble / Noble
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  105 Anonymi 168 held status of Potens / Potens
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  105 Anonymi 167 held status of Poor / Poor
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  102 Anonymi 167 held status of Poor / Poor
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  102 Anonymi 165 held status of Ignobilis / Ignobilis
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  102 Anonymi 165 held status of Puer / Puer
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  102 Anonymi 165 held status of Noble / Noble
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  100 Anonymi 162 held status of Noble / Noble
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  100 Anonymi 162 held status of Satelles / Satelles
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  100 Anonymi 160 held status of Noble / Noble
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  98 Anonymi 159 held status of Noble / Noble
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  94 Anonymi 155 held status of Infans / Infans
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  96 Anonymi 157 held status of Slave / Slave
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  76.31 Anonymi 136 held status of Noble / Noble
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  91.36-7 Anonymi 151 held status of Noble / Noble
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  76.23 Anonymi 133 held status of Noble / Noble
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  76.23 Anonymi 133 held status of Ignobilis / Ignobilis
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Anonymi 123 held status of Ignobilis / Ignobilis
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Anonymi 123 held status of Noble / Noble
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Anonymi 123 held status of Infans / Infans
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  8 Anonymi 12 held status of Noble / Noble
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  8 Anonymi 12 held status of Ignobilis / Ignobilis
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  66 Anonymi 115 held status of Prisoner / Prisoner
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  73 Anonymi 119 held status of Noble / Noble
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  66 Anonymi 113 held status of Ciuis / Ciuis
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  56 Anonymi 104 held status of Hostage / Hostage
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  56 Anonymi 103 held status of Embassy / Embassy
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  73 Alfred 8 held status of Dominus / Dominus
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  38 Alfred 8 held status of Secundarius / Secundarius
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  29 Alfred 8 held status of Secundarius / Secundarius
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  21 Alfred 8 held status of Dominus / Dominus
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  13 Alfred 8 held status of Dominus / Dominus
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  8 Alfred 8 held status of Infans / Infans
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  98 Ęthelgifu 4 held status of Virgin / Virgin
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  27 Ęlle 3 held status of Tyrant / Tyrant
Authorship Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Węrfrith 6 Translator of Gregory 1's Dialogues
Authorship Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Gregory 1 Author of Dialogues
Authorship Asser.VitAlfredi  91.15-16 Elias 2 Author of letters sent to Alfred 8
Authorship Asser.VitAlfredi  79.40-2 Asser 1 Author of a letter to Alfred 8
Authorship Asser.VitAlfredi  79.37-9 Alfred 8 Author of letters to Asser 1
Authorship Asser.VitAlfredi  89 Alfred 8 Author of Enchiridion ('Hand-book')
Authorship Asser.VitAlfredi  88 Alfred 8 Author of a book of daily offices
Authorship Asser.VitAlfredi  24 Alfred 8 Author of a book of daily offices
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  77 At the command of Alfred 8, Węrfrith 6 was the first to translate the Dialogues of Gregory 1 from Latin into English.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  106.17-42 Alfred 8 reviewed judicial decisions made in his absence.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  106.46-61 If someone was unable to read, Alfred 8 ordered another to read books in English aloud to him.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  106.2-6 Anonymi 192 used very often to disagree with decisions made in assemblies by comites and praepositi (Anonymi 169).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  106.1-6 Alfred 8 was zealous in judicial cases brought on appeal.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  105 Alfred 8 was a very careful judge.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  104 Alfred 8 devised a lantern to prevent his candles from burning too fast.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  104 Alfred 8 ordered his chaplains (Anonymi 184) to make candles.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  102, 105 Alfred 8 promised to give one half of his mental and corporeal service to God.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  102 Alfred 8 very zealously assembled a school from many nobles of his people and also boys who were commoners (Anonymi 165)
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  102 Alfred 8 commanded his ministri (Anonymi 160) to divide his annual income from taxes into four.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  100 Alfred 8 organized his ministri (Anonymi 162) at court into three shifts.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  99-102 Alfred 8 ordered his ministri (Anonymi 160) to divide into two equal portions to begin with the revenue of all taxes of each year.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  99 Alfred 8 promised that he would give half his service, by day and night, and half of all the wealth which customarily accrued annually to him.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  98 [Alfred 8] richly endowed the two monasteria [of Athelney and Shaftesbury] with landed estates and all kinds of wealth.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  98 Alfred 8 appointed Ęthelgifu 4 as abbess.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  98 Alfred 8 ordered that a monasterium appropriate as a dwelling for nuns be built near the west gate at Shaftesbury.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  97 John 21 was not inexperienced in the art of fighting as Asser 1 had heard from certain people who told him about John 21.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  97 The criminals (Anonymi 157) and those who had initiated the great crime [of attacking John 21] (Anonymi 156), after being captured and bound, died a most awful death through various tortures.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  94 Alfred 8 ordered that certain of the children (Anonymi 155) of priests and deacons of Gallic origin (Anonymi 183) be educated in the monasterium and subsequently raised to monastic status.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  92-4 In the monasterium [at Athelney] Alfred 8 assembled monks of diverse ethnicity from everywhere.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  92 A very strongly fortified citadel was built at Athelney by order of Alfred 8.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  92 Alfred 8 ordered that a monasterium be built at Athelney.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  91.45-72 Alfred 8 commanded citadels to be built, which those who later repented (Anonymi 152) were tardy in doing.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  91.36-45 Alfred 8 converted bishops and others (Anonymi 151) to his wishes and to the common good of the kingdom.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  91.21-5 At the command of Alfred 8 royal halls and chambers were built of stone and wood. Royal residences of stone were moved from their old position and at royal command were built in more suitable places.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  91.19-21 At the behest [of Alfred 8], gold and silver treasures without peer were made.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  91.18-19 [Alfred 8 was concerned with] the rebuilding of cities and towns and the construction of others where none had been before.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  91.14-16 Alfred 8 was daily involved with nations from the Mediterranean to Ireland.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  89 Alfred 8 was eager to read and translate a passage copied out for him by Asser 1.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  86 Ęthelhelm 7 took the alms of Alfred 8 and the [West] Saxons (Anonymi 150) to Rome.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  88 Asser 1 was on one occasion reading aloud to Alfred 8.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  88 Asser 1 copied passages into the book Alfred 8 called his 'enchiridion'.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  83 All the Angles and Saxons who had been scattered and were not in captivity (Anonymi 149) to the pagans (Anonymi 147) voluntarily submitted to the lordship of Alfred 8.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  83 Alfred 8 gave London to Ęthelred 1 to protect.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  81 Alfred 8 gave Asser 1 permission to ride to the two monasteries [of Congresbury and Banwell] and then return home.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  83 Alfred 8 appropriately restored London and made it habitable.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  81 Asser 1 read aloud to Alfred 8 whatever books he wanted [amongst those] which they had to hand.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  81 Alfred 8 presented Asser 1 with Congresbury and Banwell.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  81 Alfred 8 gave Asser 1 Exeter with jurisdiction over Saxon territory and Cornwall, as well as innumerable daily gifts of worldy wealth.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  81 Asser 1 was honourably received by Alfred 8 at the royal estate known as Leonaford, where he remained for eight months.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  81 All had goodwill, protection and defence in every respect in which the king (Alfred 8) was able to defend himself and all his people.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Ęthelred 15 with the Mercians (Anonymi 144) had agreed to be obedient to the royal wish [i.e., of Alfred 8] in all matters.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Anarawd 1 with all his people (Anonymi 146) submitted himself to the lordship of the king (Alfred 8).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Anarawd 1 was accepted as a son in a confirmation at the hand of a bishop (Anonymous 12).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Anarawd 1 was received honourably by the king (Alfred 8); the latter gave him considerable gifts.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Anarawd 1 and his brothers (Anonymi 143) had an alliance with the Northumbrians (Anonymi 144) which the former broke.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Anarawd 1 came into the presence of the king (Alfred 8) eagerly seeking an alliance with him.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Hywel 1 and others sought the king (Alfred 8) to have his lordship and protection.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Elise 1 sought the lordship of Alfred 8.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Hyfaidd 1 with all the inhabitants of Dyfed (Anonymi 142) submitted himself to the royal lordship of Alfred 8.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  79.53-60 Hyfaidd 1 attacked St David's and expelled various people.
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Alfred 8 At that time and for a long time before all the regions of right-hand [i.e., southern] Wales belonged to Alfred 8, and still did [i.e., at the time of the writing of this source].
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  79.43-51 Asser 1 agreed to spend six months a year with Alfred 8.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  79 Asser 1 met Alfred 8 for the first time at Dean.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  79.36-43 Alfred 8 wrote to ask Asser 1 why he delayed in coming; Asser 1 replied explaining about his illness.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  79 Asser 1 came, accompanied by guides (Anonymi 190), to Sussex.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  79 Asser 1 was called from the western and furthest reaches of Britain to Saxony [i.e. Wessex] by Alfred 8.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  78 Alfred 8 sent legates (Anonymi 189) to Gaul to seek teachers and from there he asked Grimbald 1 and John 21 to come to him.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  76.29-33 Alfred 8 showed admirable affection for Anonymi 136.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  76.33-6 Alfred 8 did not cease from giving instruction to Anonymi 137.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  76.26-9 Alfred 8 habitually listened to the reading of scripture.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  76.21-3 Many (Anonymi 133) subjected themselves to the lordship of Alfred 8.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  76.12-16 Alfred 8 participated daily in religious activities.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  76.16-21 He showed a zeal for almsgiving and generosity to locals and visitors from all peoples (Anonymi 123)
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  76.5-6 Alfred 8 did not cease from the giving of instructions to others.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  76.6-8,11-12 Alfred 8 did not cease from making treasures.
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  76.3-4, 11-12 Alfred 8 Alfred 8 did not cease from the governance of his kingdom.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  76.4, 11-12 Alfred 8 did not cease from pursuing all kinds of hunting.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Edward 2 and Ęlfthryth 5 were nurtured by tutors (Anonymi 125) and nurses (Anonymi 126) in the royal court.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Ęthelweard 5 was educated in the company of others (Anonymi 123).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  74.20-1 Neot 1 was buried in the same church as Gueriir 1.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  71 Alfred 8 made a request to Marinus 1.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  74.20 Gueriir 1 was buried in a church in Cornwall.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Ęthelflęd 4 was joined to Ęthelred 1 [= Ęthelred 1] in matrimony.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  74.19-39 Alfred 8 made a detour to visit a church where Gueriir 1 was buried.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  74.41-60 Alfred 8 used secretly to get up at cockcrow and visit churches and the relics of saints to pray.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Alfred 8 and his wife (Ealhswith 1) had infants who died numbering ...
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  74.18-19 Alfred 8 went to Cornwall to hunt.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  73 Alfred 8 was married to a wife of Mercian origin (Ealhswith 1).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  74.1-5 Alfred 8 celebrated his marriage in Mercia.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  72 The army of the pagans (Anonymi 79) who lived among the East Angles (Anonymi 107) disgracefully broke the peace they had concluded with Alfred 8.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  71 Marinus 1 had kindly freed the Schola Saxonum from all tribute and tolls out of love and because of the request of Alfred 8.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  68 Ęthelwulf 1 received Judith 1 as queen.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  71 Marinus 1 went the way of all flesh.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  67 Anonymi 116 attacked the pagans (Anonymi 187) and the pagans gained the victory.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  67 The pagans who lived in East Anglia (Anonymi 186) gathered ships (Anonymi 187) from everywhere.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  67 Anonymi 116 with Anonymi 117 engaged in a sea battle against thirteen ships of pagans (Anonymi 118) in which the former were victorious.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  67 Alfred 8 sent his fleet (Anonymi 116) with its warriors (Anonymi 117) from Kent to the East Angles (Anonymi 188) in order to plunder.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  66 The pagans (Anonymi 112) fled to their ships.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  66 The pagans were forced that summer to return to Francia.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  66 Alfred 8 with a great army (Anonymi 114) arrived bringing the citizens of Rochester (Anonymi 113) help.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  66 In front of the gate of Rochester the pagans (Anonymi 112) quickly built a strong fortification for themselves.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  66 Anonymi 112 besieged Rochester, on the east bank of the Medway.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  66 Anonymi 112, coming to Britain, went to Kent.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  66 The army (Anonymi 106) divided into two bands (Anonymi 108 and Anonymi 112).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  64 The commanders of two ships (Anonymi 110) submitted with their crews (Anonymi 111) to Alfred 8.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  64 Alfred 8 engaged in a naval battle against the ships of the pagans (Anonymi 109, Anonymi 110, Anonymi 111), of which he took two, killing all on board (Anonymi 109).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  61 The army of pagans at Fulham (Anonymi 106) went to Ghent.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  60 Dividing up the province, Anonymi 79 began to live there.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  60 Leaving Cirencester, the army of pagans (Anonymi 79) went to the East Angles (Anonymi 107).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  58 Anonymi 106 nevertheless wintered at a place called Fulham, near to the River Thames.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  58 A great army of pagans (Anonymi 106) met up with Anonymi 79.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  57 The army of pagans (Anonymi 79) stayed at Cirencester for one year.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  57 The army of pagans (Anonymi 79) left Chippenham as they had promised and went to Cirencester in the southern part of the land of the Hwicce (Anonymi 185).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  56 Alfred 8 generously gave many very fine presents to Guthrum 1 and to all his men. Guthrum 1 stayed with him for twelve days after his baptism.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  56 Guthrum 1's loosing of the chrism took place on the eighth day at the royal estate called Wedmore.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  56 Alfred 8 raised Guthrum 1 from the font of baptism.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  56 Guthrum 1 came with thirty men (Anonymi 105) to Alfred 8 at Aller.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  56 Guthrum 1 promised to accept Christianity and be baptised at the hand of Alfred 8, all of which he fulfilled.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  56 In addition to giving hostages, the pagans (Anonymi 79) swore to leave the kingdom of Alfred 8 very quickly.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  56 The pagans (Anonymi 79) made a peace agreement with Alfred 8.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  56 Alfred 8, moved by pity on hearing the embassy (Anonymi 103), accepted from them as many selected hostages (Anonymi 104) as he wished.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  56 Alfred 8 boldly established his camp with all his army before the gates of the citadel, where he stayed for fourteen days.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  56 Alfred 8 pursued those (Anonymi 79) fleeing and cut them down.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  56 Alfred 8 fought with a tight shield-wall against the whole army of pagans (Anonymi 79) and gained the victory.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  55 Alfred 8 and the people of Somerset, Wiltshire and Hampshire established a camp there for one night.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  55 At dawn, moving his camp, the king (Alfred 8) came to Iley Oak.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  55 There [at Iley Oak] Alfred 8 established a camp for one night.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  56 At dawn, moving his standards, Alfred 8 came to Edington.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  55 At Selwood Alfred 8 met people from Somerset, Wiltshire and Hampshire.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  55 Alfred 8 rode to Ecgbrihtesstan.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  55 From the fortification at Athelney Alfred 8 with the faselli of Somerset (Anonymi 97) fought tirelessly against the pagans (Anonymi 79).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  54 Anonymous 310 and 1,200 men (from Anonymi 92) were killed by ministri of the king (Anonymi 94) before the citadel at Countisbury.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  55 Alfred 8 with a few men (Anonymi 96) built a fortification at Athelney.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  54 The pagans (Anonymi 92) began to besiege Anonymi 94 and Anonymi 95 within Countisbury.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  54 Anonymous 310 with twenty-three ships (Anonymi 92) sailed from Dyfed to Devon.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  54 Anonymous 310 had perpetrated many slaughters of Christians (Anonymi 93) there [in Dyfed].
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  54 Anonymous 310 had spent the winter in Dyfed.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  53 Alfred 8 seized material by frequent raids on the pagans (Anonymi 79) and even the Christians (Anonymi 87).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  53 Alfred 8 with a small band (Anonymi 88) was leading a troubled life in great distress through the woods and marshy places of the district of Somerset.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  52 The great majority of the inhabitants of that province (Anonymi 87) submitted to the control [of the army] (Anonymi 79).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  52 Anonymi 79 forced many of that people (Anonymi 86) overseas.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  52 Anonymi 79 wintered there [at Chippenham].
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  52 The army (Anonymi 79), leaving Exeter, went to Chippenham.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  50 Halfdan 2 cultivated that [province] with his army (Anonymi 78),
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  50 Halfdan 2 divided up the whole province of the Northumbrians for himself and his men (Anonymi 78).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  49 The army (Anonymi 79) went one night to Exeter.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  49 Anonymi 79 broke their agreement.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  49 Anonymi 79 swore an oath on relics.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  49 The army (Anonymi 79) gave Alfred 8 however many hostages (Anonymi 84) he alone selected without any disagreement.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  49 Alfred 8 made a treaty with the army (Anonymi 79) on condition that they leave.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  49 The army of the pagans (Anonymi 79) left Cambridge and entered the fortification called Wareham.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  46 Anonymi 69 stipulated the conditions on which Ceolwulf 11 could hold the kingdom of the Mercians.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  48 Alfred 8 fought a naval battle against six ships (Anonymi 82) and captured one of them.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  47 The other part [of the pagan army] (Anonymi 79) under three kings (Guthrum 1, Oscytel 1 and Anwend 1) wintered there [in Cambridge].
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  47 The other part [of the pagan army] (Anonymi 79) with three kings (Guthrum 1, Oscytel 1 and Anwend 1) went to Cambridge.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  47 Anonymi 78 subjected to its control the whole province of the Northumbrians.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  47 Anonymi 78 ravaged both the Picts (Anonymi 80) and the inhabitants of Strathclyde (Anonymi 81).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  47 The one part [of the army of pagans] (Anonymi 78) with Halfdan 2 wintered beside the River Tyne.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  47 One part [of the army of pagans] (Anonymi 78) with Halfdan 2 went into the province of the Northumbrians.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  46 Ceolwulf 11 swore an oath.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  47 The army (Anonymi 69), leaving Repton, divided into two bands.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  46 The pagans (Anonymi 69) granted the kingdom of the Mercians to Ceolwulf 11 with a wretched stipulation.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  46 In accordance with the condition laid down Ceolwulf 11 gave hostages (Anonymi 77) to the pagans (Anonymi 69).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  46 The pagans (Anonymi 69) subjected the whole of the kingdom of the Mercians to their control.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  46 Burgred 5 did not live long [after arriving in Rome]. He died there.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  46 Burgred 5 was buried honourably in the Schola Saxonum in the church of St Mary.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  46 The army (Anonymi 69) forced Burgred 5 to go overseas to Rome against his will.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  46 The army (Anonymi 69) forced Burgred 5 to give up his kingdom.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  46 The army (Anonymi 69), leaving Lindsey, went to Mercia.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  46 The army (Anonymi 69) wintered in the place called Repton.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  42 Alfred 8 had experienced a very great loss of many men (Anonymi 67) when his brothers (Anonymi 65) were alive.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  45 The army (Anonymi 69) wintered in the province of the Northumbrians in the district called Lindsey.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  45 The Mercians (Anonymi 76) again made peace with the army (Anonymi 69).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  45 Leaving London, Anonymi 69 went to the province of the Northumbrians.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  44 The army of pagans (Anonymi 69) overwintered at London.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  44 The Mercians (Anonymi 76) made peace with the army of pagans (Anonymi 69).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  43 The Saxons (Anonymi 75) made a peace agreement with the pagans (Anonymi 69).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  44 The army of pagans (Anonymi 69) came to London.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  42 In eight battles that year the Saxons (Anonymi 70) were to a large extent destroyed to a man, as were a king and nine duces of the pagans with innumerable men (Anonymi 71).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  42 Alfred 8 and others engaged in numerous skirmishes by day and night in that single year.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  42 Alfred 8 with a few men (Anonymi 68) fought against the whole army of the pagans (Anonymi 69). The latter eventually gained the victory.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  37, 39 Both Anonymi 60 and Asser 1 provided personal information about the battle.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  42 Alfred 8 took over the governance of the whole kingdom.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  35 One of the two comites (Anonymi 53) was killed and a very large part of Anonymi 54 destroyed.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  41 Ęthelred 15 was buried at Wimborne.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  41 Ęthelred 15 went the way of all flesh.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  40 Another army of pagans from overseas (Anonymi 64) joined itself to the group (Anonymi 34).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  40 Ęthelred 15 and Alfred 8 fought the pagans (Anonymi 34) at Basing, where the latter gained the victory.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  39 The whole army of the pagans (Anonymi 34) was put to flight.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  39 Many thousands of Anonymi 34 fell in that place. Bagsecg 1 was killed, and Sidroc 1, Sidroc 2, Osbern 1, Fręna 2 and Harald 1.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  37-8 Ęthelred 15 delayed engaging in the Battle of Ashdown in order to pray and hear mass.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  36 Ęthelwulf 16 amongst others (Anonymi 57) was killed there [at Reading].
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  37-9 The forces of Ęthelred 15 and Alfred 8 engaged the pagans (Anonymi 34) at Ashdown and gained the victory.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  36 Ęthelred 15 and Alfred 8 joined forces and assembled an army (Anonymi 56).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  36 Ęthelred 15 and Alfred 8 went to Reading.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  36 Ęthelred 15 and Alfred 8 attacked the pagans (Anonymi 34) at Reading, where the latter gained the victory.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  35 Ęthelwulf 16 met Anonymi 53 and Anonymi 54 while the latter were out plundering.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  35 Those of Anonymi 34 who did not go out plundering built a rampart.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  35 Leaving the East Angles, the army of pagans (Anonymi 34) came to Reading.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  34 Ceolnoth 3 was buried in the city of Canterbury.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  34 Ceolnoth 3 went the way of all flesh.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  33 The enemy (Anonymi 34) subjugated the whole province to their lordship.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  33 Edmund 6 was killed with a great portion of his men.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  33 Edmund 6 fought fiercely against the army (Anonymi 34).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  32 The army of pagans (Anonymi 34) wintered in Thetford.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  32 The army of pagans (Anonymi 34) passed through Mercia to the East Angles.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  31 The army of the pagans (Anonymi 34) stayed there [at York] for a whole year.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  31 The army of pagans (Anonymi 34), again riding by horse to the Northumbrians, went to the city of York.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  30 Ęthelred 15 and Alfred 8 returned home with their forces (Anonymi 45).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  30 The pagans (Anonymi 34) declined battle and peace was made between the Mercians and them.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  30 The brothers [i.e. Ęthelred 15 and Alfred 8] went with their army (Anonymi 45) to Mercia and arrived at Nottingham with the intention of war.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  30 Burgred 5 and his leading men (Anonymi 43) sought help from Ęthelred 15 and Alfred 8.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  30 The brothers [i.e., Ęthelred 15 and Alfred 8] assembled from every part of their [kingdom] an immense army (Anonymi 45).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  30 Anonymi 34 spent the winter in that same place [i.e., Nottingham].
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  30 The army of the pagans (Anonymi 34), leaving the Northumbrians, came into Mercia to Nottingham.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  29 Asser 1 frequently saw Eadburg 6 over a period of not a few years before her death.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  29 Alfred 8 married a wife, the daughter (Ealhswith 1) of Ęthelred Mucel 1.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  28 Ealhstan 3 was buried in peace at Sherborne.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  29 Alfred 8 was betrothed to a daughter (Ealhswith 1) of Ęthelred Mucel 1.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  28 Ealhstan 3 went the way of all flesh.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  27 Those who escaped (Anonymi 181) made peace with the pagans (Anonymi 34).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  27 Osberht 6 and Ęlle 3 with a very large proportion of the Northumbrians (Anonymi 41) were killed.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  27 Osberht 6 and Ęlle 3 attacked Anonymi 34, who killed a great part of the attacking force (Anonymi 41).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  27 Osberht 6 and Ęlle 3 travelled to York with the army they had assembled (Anonymi 41).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  27 Osberht 6 and Ęlle 3 joined forces and assembled an army (Anonymi 41).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  27 The Northumbrians had expelled their legitimate king, Osberht 6, from the kingdom.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  27 The Northumbrians had appointed Ęlle 3 at the summit of their kingdom.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  26 The army of pagans (Anonymi 34) went from the East Angles (Anonymi 180) to York.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  24 Alfred 8 used to say that there were no good scholars at that time in the whole kingdom of the West Saxons.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  23 Alfred 8 learnt and recited poetry from a book given him by his mother (Osburg 2)
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  24 Alfred 8 collected religious material into a book.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  21 The whole army (Anonymi 34) was to very large degree provided with horses.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  21 Anonymi 34 wintered in the kingdom of the East Saxons.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  21 A great fleet of pagans (Anonymi 34) came to Britain from the Danube.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  21 Ęthelred 15 acceded to the kingdom of the West Saxons.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  20 The pagans who overwintered in Thanet (Anonymi 32) made a firm treaty with the dwellers in Kent.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  20 Anonymi 32 ravaged the whole eastern part of Kent.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  20 Pagans (Anonymi 32) wintered on the island of Thanet.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  19 Ęthelberht 9 died after ruling for five years.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  19 Ęthelberht 9 was buried with honour beside his brother [Ęthelbald 13].
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  18 Osric 7, Ęthelwulf 16 and others attacked an army of pagans (Anonymi 28).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  18 A great army of pagans (Anonymi 28) aggressively attacked and ravaged Winchester.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  18 Ęthelbald 13 was buried at Sherborne.
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  18 Ęthelberht 9 Ęthelberht 9 annexed Kent, Surrey and Sussex to his kingdom.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  18 Ęthelbald 13 [died].
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  17 Ęthelbald 13 married Judith 1.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  15 Eadburg 5 died miserably in Pavia.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  16 Ęthelwulf 1 drew up a letter to prevent quarrels amongst his sons after his death.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  15 Asser 1 had heard from many (Anonymi 178) who had seen Eadburg 5 begging accompanied by a single slave-boy (Anonymous 6).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  15 Accompanied by a single slave-boy (Anonymous 6), Eadburg 5 begged daily in Pavia.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  15 Eadburg 5 was expelled from her convent.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  15 Charlemagne 1 granted Eadburg 5 a convent of nuns.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  15 Eadburg 5 journeyed to Charlemagne 1.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  15 Eadburg 5 met with Charlemagne 1, who offered her a choice.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  14 Eadburg 5 killed Beorhtric 1 and others.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  14 Beorhtric 1 received Eadburg 5 in marriage.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  14 Offa 7 had in recent times ordered a great dyke to be made between Wales and Mercia from sea to sea.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  13 Alfred 8 reported to Asser 1 about the origin of the prohibition against a queen's sitting on the West Saxon throne.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  13 Ęthelwulf 1 ordered that Judith 1 should sit on the throne with him.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  13 The whole people [of Wessex] (Anonymi 19) were willing to expel Ęthelbald 13 and his counsellors (Anonymi 17).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  12 The kingdom [of Wessex] was divided between Ęthelwulf 1 and Ęthelbald 13.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  12 Ęthelbald 13 plotted with others to prevent Ęthelwulf 1 from regaining his kingdom on his return from Rome.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  12 Ęthelbald 13 and his counsellors (Anonymi 17) attempted to expel Ęthelwulf 1 from his kingdom.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  11 Ęthelwulf 1 returned to his fatherland, bringing Judith 1 with him.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  11 Ęthelwulf 1 stayed in Rome for a whole year.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  11 Ęthelwulf 1 went to Rome with Alfred 8.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  11 Ęthelwulf 1 freed a tenth of his whole kingdom from service and tax to God.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  10 A great army of pagans (Anonymi 15) spent the whole winter on the island of Sheppey.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  9 Ęthelwulf 1 gave his daughter (Ęthelswith 1) to Burgred 5 as queen.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  9 Ealhhere 11 and Huda 1 died in the battle on the island of Thanet.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  9 Ealhhere 11 and Huda 1 with others fought against a pagan army (Anonymi 14) on the island of Thanet.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  8 Leo 2 confirmed Alfred 8.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  8 Leo 2 adopted Alfred 8 as his son.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  8 Leo 2, consecrating Alfred 8 in Rome, anointed him as king.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  8 Ęthelwulf 1 sent Alfred 8 to Rome.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  7 Ęthelwulf 1 returned home.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  7 With Burgred 5 Ęthelwulf 1 subjected the Britons (Anonymi 11) to the control of Burgred 5.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  7 Burgred 5 asked Ęthelwulf 1 for assistance against Anonymi 11.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  6 Ęthelstan 3 and Ealhhere 11 destroyed an army (Anonymi 9) and captured ships.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  4 Anonymi 6 put Beorhtwulf 2 and his army (Anonymi 7) to flight.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  5 Ęthelwulf 1 and others destroyed Anonymi 6.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  4 The great army of pagans (Anonymi 6) harried Canterbury [and London].
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  3 The pagans (Anonymi 855) overwintered for the first time on the Isle of Sheppey.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  3 Ceorl 2 fought with the people of Devonshire (Anonymi 3) against the pagans (Anonymi 4) and the Christians had the victory.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  2 Stuf 1 and Wihtgar 1 accepted power over the Isle of Wight from Cerdic 1 and Cynric 1.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  2 Stuf 1 and Wihtgar 1 killed at Guuihtgaraburhg the few British inhabitants of the Isle of Wight whom they could find (Anonymi 1).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  1.11-12 There [sc. in Rome] Ine 1 ended the present life with honour.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  1.10-11 Ine 1 went to Rome.
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  105 Anonymi 168 of that area [i.e., Wessex]
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  105 Anonymi 168 almost all the powerful and nobles of that area were inclined towards secular rather than divine matters: for each was more for themselves in secular affairs rather than for the common good.
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  12 Anonymi 17 rather [they were] plotters
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  13 Anonymi 177 The West Saxon people ... the elders of that land
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  12 Anonymi 18 Nobles of the Saxon land
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  26 Anonymi 180 East Angles
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  27 Anonymi 181 Force of Northumbrians ... the survivors
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  94 Anonymi 183 quite a few persons of Gallic ethnic origin
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  57 Anonymi 185 Hwicce
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  67 Anonymi 186 Pagans, who lived in the province of the East Angles
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  67 Anonymi 186 pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  67 Anonymi 188 East Angles
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  13 Anonymi 19 People of the West Saxons
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  79.4-6 Anonymi 190 of the Right-hand Saxons, which in English is called Sussex
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  2 Other inhabitants of the same island [sc. Isle of Wight] had been killed earlier or had fled as exiles.
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  13 from many accurate reporters, indeed to a large degree from those remembering the deed itself
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  18 Anonymi 28 pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  18 Men of Hampshire
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  18 Christians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  3 Anonymi 3 People of Devon
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  3 Anonymi 3 Christians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  18 men of Berkshire
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  18 Christians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  20 Anonymi 32 [behaving] in a foxlike way
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  20 Anonymi 32 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  20 Men of Kent
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  21 Anonymi 34 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  26 Anonymi 34 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  27 Anonymi 34 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  30 Anonymi 34 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  31 Anonymi 34 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  32 Anonymi 34 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  33 Anonymi 34 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  35 Anonymi 34 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  36 Anonymi 34 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  37 Anonymi 34 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  38 Anonymi 34 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  39 Anonymi 34 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  27 Northumbrians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  30 Northumbrians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  3 Anonymi 4 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  27 Northumbrians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  27 Anonymi 41 Christians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  30 Anonymi 43 All the leading men of that people [sc. the Mercians]
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  30 Anonymi 45 from every part of their kingdom [sc. of the West Saxons]
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  30 Anonymi 45 Christians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  30 Anonymi 46 Mercians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  9 Men of Surrey
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  9 Christians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  3 Anonymi 6 pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  32 East Angles
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  35 East Angles
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  35 Christians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  36 Anonymi 56 Christians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  37 Anonymi 56 Christians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  38 Anonymi 58 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  4 Anonymi 6 pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  5 Anonymi 6 pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  37 Anonymi 60 truthful
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  38 Anonymi 61 Christians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  39 Anonymi 61 Christians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  38 Anonymi 62 Christians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  39 Anonymi 62 Christians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  40 Anonymi 64 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  42 Anonymi 68 Christians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  42 Anonymi 69 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  43 Anonymi 69 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  44 Anonymi 69 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  46 Anonymi 69 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  42 Anonymi 70 A large proportion of the [West] Saxons
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  42 Anonymi 72 individual duces of the same race [sc. West Saxons]
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  43 Anonymi 75 [West] Saxons
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  44 Anonymi 76 Mercians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  45 Anonymi 76 Mercians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  67 Anonymi 79 who lived in the province of the East Angles
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  72 Anonymi 79 who lived amongst the East Angles (Anonymi 107)
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  56 Anonymi 79 terrified by hunger, cold, fear and, finally, by despair
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  49 Anonymi 79 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  53 Anonymi 79 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  55 Anonymi 79 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  56 Anonymi 79 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  60 Anonymi 79 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  67 Anonymi 79 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  72 Anonymi 79 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  5 Anonymi 8 Christians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  47 Anonymi 80 Picts
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  47 Anonymi 81 People of Strathclyde
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  48 Anonymi 82 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  52 Anonymi 86 many of that same people [sc. ?West Saxons]
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  52 Anonymi 87 all the inhabitants of the greatest part of that area [sc ?northern Wiltshire]
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  6 Anonymi 9 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  53 Anonymi 91 Christians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  54 Anonymi 92 Pagans
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  54 Anonymi 93 Dyfed: Christians there
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  54 Anonymi 93 Christians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  54 Anonymi 94 Christians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  54 Anonymi 95 Christians
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  55 Anonymi 98 inhabitants of Somerset
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  55 Anonymi 99 inhabitants of Wiltshire
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  94 Anonymous 13 one of pagan ethnic origin
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  13 Anonymous 2 obstinate and ill-willed
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  13 Anonymous 2 excessive wickedness
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  15 Anonymous 5 a man of her own people
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  73 Ealhswith 1 from the stock of Mercian nobles
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  73 Ealhswith 1 respected wife
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  Dedicatio Asser 1 the meanest of all the servants of God
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  79.33-6 Asser 1 In the monastery at Caerwent Asser 1 suffered a fever day and night for twelve months and a week without any hope for his life.
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  46 Ceolwulf 11 foolish
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  15 Charlemagne 1 very famous
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  14 Eadburg 5 In the manner of her father she began to live like a tyrant
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  15 Eadburg 5 She led her life up to her death shamefully in poverty and misery.
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  15 Eadburg 5 Just as she lived irrationally in her homeland, so she did much more so amongst a foreign people.
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  29 Eadburg 6 a most chaste widow
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  29 Eadburg 6 venerable woman
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  28 Ealhstan 3 ... after he had governed the bishopric honourably for fifty years
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  1.22-3 Geat 1 Geata, the which Geta the pagans used to worship for a long time as a god
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  1.17-18 Gewis 1 Gewis 1 from whom the British call the whole people the Gewisse.
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  102 Gregory 1 holy
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  78 Grimbald 1 [he was] adorned with all good habits
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  78 Grimbald 1 a very venerable man
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  74.20 Gueriir 1 Saint
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  1.9 Ine 1 famous
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  94 John 21 Old Saxon by ethnic origin
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  78 John 21 a man of most acute intelligence
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  97 John 21 with customary persistent sharp intelligence and no inexpert in the martial arts
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  97 John 21 wounded ... half-dead
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  74.21 Neot 1 Saint
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  14 Offa 7 In the manner of her father she began to live like a tyrant.
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  14 Offa 7 vigorous and inspiring fear in all the kings and territories around him
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  2 Osburg 2 noble in character
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  2 Osburg 2 noble by birth
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  2 Osburg 2 a very religious woman
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  2 Oslac 2 a Goth by race, for he was descended from the Goths and Jutes
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  2 Oslac 2 famous
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Plegmund 1 a Mercian by birth
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Plegmund 1 a venerable man, endowed with wisdom
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Węrwulf 6 Mercian in ethnic origin
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Ęlfthryth 5 (Ęlfthryth)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  27 Ęlle 3 (Ęlla)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  5 Ęthelbald 13 (Ęthelbaldus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  12 Ęthelbald 13 (Ęthelbaldus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  13 Ęthelbald 13 (Ęthelbaldus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  17 Ęthelbald 13 (Ęthelbald)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  18 Ęthelbald 13 (Ęthelbald)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  18 Ęthelberht 9 (Ęthelberht)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Ęthelflęd 4 (Ęthelflęd)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Ęthelgifu 4 (Ęthelgeofu)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  98 Ęthelgifu 4 (Ęthelgeofu)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  86 Ęthelhelm 7 (Ęthelhelm)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  21 Ęthelred 15 (Ęthelred)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  30 Ęthelred 15 (Ęthered)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  36 Ęthelred 15 (Ęthered)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  37 Ęthelred 15 (Ęthered)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  38 Ęthelred 15 (Ęthered)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  40 Ęthelred 15 (Ęthered)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  41 Ęthelred 15 (Ęthered)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  29 Ęthelred Mucel 1 (... Ęthelredi ...)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  29 Ęthelred Mucel 1 (... qui cognominabatur Mucil ...)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Ęthelred 1 (Ęthered)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  83 Ęthelred 1 (... Ętheredo ...)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  6 Ęthelstan 3 (Ęthelstan)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Ęthelstan 4 (Ęthelstan)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  75 Ęthelweard 5 (Ęthelweard)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  1.7 Ęthelwulf 1 (Ęthelwulf)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  2.4 Ęthelwulf 1 (Ęthelwulfus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  5 Ęthelwulf 1 (Ęthelwulfus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  7 Ęthelwulf 1 (Ęthelwulfus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  8 Ęthelwulf 1 (Ęthelwulfus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  9 Ęthelwulf 1 (Ęthelwulfus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  11 Ęthelwulf 1 (Ęthelwulfus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  12 Ęthelwulf 1 (Ęthelwulfus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  12 Ęthelwulf 1 (Ęthelwulf)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  13 Ęthelwulf 1 (Ęthelwulfus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  16 Ęthelwulf 1 (Ęthelwulfus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  17 Ęthelwulf 1 (... Ęthelwulfo ...)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  68 Ęthelwulf 1 (Ęthelwulfus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  18 Ęthelwulf 16 (Ęthelwulfus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  36 Ęthelwulf 16 (Ęthelwulfus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  Dedicatio Alfred 8 (Ęlfred)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  1.2 Alfred 8 (Ęlfred)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  3 Alfred 8 (Ęlfredus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  7 Alfred 8 (Ęlfredus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  8 Alfred 8 (Ęlfredus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  11 Alfred 8 (Ęlfredus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  13 Alfred 8 (Ęlfredus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  18 Alfred 8 (Ęlfredus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  21 Alfred 8 (Ęlfredus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  26 Alfred 8 (Ęlfredus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  29 Alfred 8 (Ęlfredus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  29 Alfred 8 (Ęlfred)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  30 Alfred 8 (Ęlfred)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  31 Alfred 8 (Ęlfredus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  32 Alfred 8 (Ęlfredus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  35 Alfred 8 (Ęlfredus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  36 Alfred 8 (Ęlfred)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  37 Alfred 8 (Ęlfred)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  38 Alfred 8 (Ęlfred)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  40 Alfred 8 (Ęlfred)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  42 Alfred 8 (Ęlfred)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  44 Alfred 8 (Ęlfredus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  45 Alfred 8 (Ęlfredus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  46 Alfred 8 (Ęlfredus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  47 Alfred 8 (Ęlfredus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  48 Alfred 8 (Ęlfred)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  49 Alfred 8 (Ęlfredus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  52 Alfred 8 (Ęlfredus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  53 Alfred 8 (Ęlfred)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  55 Alfred 8 (Ęlfred)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  56 Alfred 8 (Ęlfredus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  56 Alfred 8 (Ęlfred)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  57 Alfred 8 (Ęlfredus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  60 Alfred 8 (Ęlfredus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  62 Alfred 8 (Ęlfredus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  63 Alfred 8 (Ęlfredus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  64 Alfred 8 (Ęlfred)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  65 Alfred 8 (Ęlfredus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  66 Alfred 8 (Ęlfredus)
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RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  67 Alfred 8 (Ęlfred)
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RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  72 Alfred 8 (Ęlfredus)
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RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  82 Alfred 8 (Ęlfredus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  83 Alfred 8 (Ęlfred)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  84 Alfred 8 (Ęlfredus)
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RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  4 Beorhtwulf 2 (Beorhtulfus)
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RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  7 Burgred 5 (... Burghredo ...)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  7 Burgred 5 (... Burgredi ...)
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RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  2 Cerdic 1 (Cerdic)
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RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  11 Charles 4 (Karolus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  13 Charles 4 (Karolus)
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RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  70 Charles 4 (Karolus)
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RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  15 Eadburg 5 (Eadburh)
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RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Elise 1 (Helised)
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RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Ffyrnfael 1 (Fernmail)
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RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  1.20 Frithuwald 1 (Frithowald)
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RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  1.22 Geat 1 (Geata)
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RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  1.22 Godwulf 1 (Godwulf)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Gregory 1 (Gregorius)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  102 Gregory 1 (Gregorius)
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RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  47 Guthrum 1 (Gothrum)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  56 Guthrum 1 (Godrum)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  47 Halfdan 2 (... Healftene ...)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  50 Halfdan 2 (Halfdene)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  54 Halfdan 2 (... Healfdene ...)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  39 Harald 1 (Hareld)
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RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  1.37 Heremod 1 (Heremod)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  9 Huda 1 (Huda)
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RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Hyfaidd 1 (Hemeid)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Hywel 1 (Houil)
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RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  1.37 Itermon 1 (Itermod)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  54 Ivar 1 (... Inwari ...)
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RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  94 John 21 (Iohannes)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi    John 21 (Iohannes)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  97 John 21 (Iohannes)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  11 Judith 1 (Iuthitta)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  13 Judith 1 (Iuthitha)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  17 Judith 1 (Iuthitta)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  68 Judith 1 (Iuthitta)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  70 Judith 1 (Iuthitta)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  8 Leo 2 (Leo)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  68 Louis 3 (Hlothuuicus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  70 Louis 2 (Hlothuuicus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  71 Marinus 1 (Marinus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  74.21 Neot 1 (Niot)
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RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  14 Offa 7 (Offa)
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RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  39 Osbern 1 (Osbern)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  2 Osburg 2 (Osburh)
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RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  2 Oslac 2 (Oslac)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  18 Osric 7 (Osric)
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RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Rhodri 1 (Rotri)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Rhys 1 (Ris)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  1.37 Scieldwea 1 (Sceldwea)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  39 Sidroc 1 (... Sidroc ille senex ...)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  39 Sidroc 2 (... Sidroc iunior ...)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  2 Stuf 1 (Stuf)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  1.36 Tętwa 1 (Tętuua)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Tewdwr 2 (Teudubr)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Węrfrith 6 (Werfrithus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Węrwulf 6 (Werwulfus)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  2 Wihtgar 1 (Wihtgar)
RecordedNames Asser.VitAlfredi  1.20 Woden 1 (Uuoden)
Transaction Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Alfred 8 bestowed [on Ęthelstan 3] many honours and powers within the kingdom of the West Saxons.
Transaction Asser.VitAlfredi  67 All the ships with all their booty were taken.
Transaction Asser.VitAlfredi  71 many gifts, amongst which he [sc. Marinus 1] gave also not a small portion of that most sacred and venerable cross
Transaction Asser.VitAlfredi  91.15-16 letters and gifts sent to him [sc. Alfred 8] by Elias 2
Possession Asser.VitAlfredi  21 Anonymi 34 Anonymi 34 was supplied with horses.
Possession Asser.VitAlfredi  4 Anonymi 6 with three hundred and fifty ships
Possession Asser.VitAlfredi  4 Anonymi 6 with three hundred and fifty ships
Transaction Asser.VitAlfredi  6 Ęthelstan 3 and Ealhhere 11 seized nine of the ships of Anonymi 9; the rest escaped by flight.
Transaction Asser.VitAlfredi  23 A certain book of English poetry with a beautiful initial letter.
Transaction Asser.VitAlfredi  81 monasteries of Congresbury and Banwell
Transaction Asser.VitAlfredi  81 a very precious silk cloak and a strong man's weight in incense
Transaction Asser.VitAlfredi  81 Exeter with all the jurisdiction pertaining to it in Saxon territory and in Cornwall
Transaction Asser.VitAlfredi  81 not to mention innumerable daily gifts of every kind of mundane wealth
Possession Asser.VitAlfredi  15 Eadburg 5 with innumerable treasures
Transaction Asser.VitAlfredi  15 Charlemagne 1 gave her [sc. Eadburg 5] a great convent of nuns.
Transaction Asser.VitAlfredi  78 Alfred 8 enriched and honoured [Grimbald 1] with great power.
Transaction Asser.VitAlfredi  78 Alfred 8 enriched and honoured [John 21] with great power.
Transaction Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Alfred 8 bestowed [on Plegmund 1] many honours and powers within the kingdom of the West Saxons.
Possession Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Plegmund 1 Honours and powers which Plegmund 1 had in Mercia.
Transaction Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Alfred 8 bestowed [on Węrfrith 6] many honours and powers within the kingdom of the West Saxons.
Possession Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Węrfrith 6 Honours and powers which Węrfrith 6 had in Mercia.
Transaction Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Alfred 8 bestowed [on Węrwulf 6] many honours and powers within the kingdom of the West Saxons.
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  22 Alfred 8 more pleasing in demeanour, speech and habits
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  42 Alfred 8 In wisdom and in all his good habits he outstripped all his brothers
PersonInfo Asser.VitAlfredi  7 Anonymi 11 who lived in the interior between Mercia and the western sea
Event Asser.VitAlfredi    Alfred 8 In the year of the Lord's Incarnation 849 Alfred 8, king of the Anglo-Saxons, was born at the royal estate called Wantage, in the district known as Berkshire (which is so called from Berroc Wood, where the box-tree grows very abundantly).
Personal Relationship Asser.VitAlfredi