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Occupation Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.7 Censwith 1 Nun
Occupation Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.1 Cuthbert 1 Monk
Occupation Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.4 (title of the chapter only) Anonymous 40 Nun
Status Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.7 Censwith 1 held status of Widow / Widow
Office Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.10 Ælfflæd 2 held office of Abbess
Event Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.10   Cuthbert 1 dedicated a church there. They all sang mass.
Event Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.10   While Cuthbert 1 was sitting feasting with Ælfflæd 2, he had a vision and saw the soul of a brother (Hadwald 1) from Ælfflæd 2's monastery being carried to heaven.
Event Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.10   Ælfflæd 2 sent a messenger (Anonymous 23) to her monastery to ask which of her brethren had recently died.
Event Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.8   King Ecgfrith 4 was ravaging and laying waste the region of the Picts.
Event Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.7   After being invited by Sibba 1 to his village, Cuthbert 1 healed a servant of his (Anonymous 22).
Event Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.7   Sibba 1 invited Cuthbert 1 who came to his village.
Event Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.6   Cuthbert 1 healed the child (Anonymous 70) of a woman (Anonymous 69) who was suffering because of a pestilence.
Event Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.5   At a certain time Cuthbert 1 was making his way from Hexham to Carlisle.
Event Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.5   Some women (Anonymi 211) brought to Cuthbert 1 a youth (Anonymous 41) who lay on a litter. They sent a messenger (Anonymous 34) to ask Cuthbert to bless him with his holy relics to heal him and ask God's pardon for his sins.
Event Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.5   At a certain time Cuthbert 1 was making his way from Hexham to Carlisle.
Event Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.4   Cuthbert 1 healed a maiden (Anonymous 40) who had suffered great pain in her head and in the whole of one side.
Event Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.3   Cuthbert 1 did what Hemma 1 had asked him to do: blessed the water which was carried to Hemma 1's wife (Anonymous 39), who tasted it and recovered at once.
Event Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.3   While Cuthbert 1 was preaching in a village, Hemma 1 went to meet the bishop, received him and his company with kindness and ministered to them.
Event Anon.VitCuthberti  iv.3   Cuthbert 1 was preaching the word of God to the people and he came to a village in the district of Kintis.
Event Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.6   While Cuthbert 1 was teaching, he foresaw the devil tempting his listeners (Anonymi 221) and trying to hinder the hearing of the word of the Lord. Shortly after they heard the noise of fire from a burning house and men shouting. Then, seeing no trace of smoke, they realised they had been deceived.
Event Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.7   Cuthbert 1 preserved the dwellings of his nurse's (Censwith 1) village from a fire started in a house on the eastern edge of the village.
Event Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.4   After finding the dolphin flesh, Cuthbert 1 said that it would have lasted for three days and that on the fourth day the sea would have been calm for sailing.
Event Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.4   Cuthbert 1 and his companions (Anonymous 35 and Tydi 2) reached the region of the Niduari. After some days in great want, and after one night of prayer, Cuthbert suggested they should go and seek, trusting God's mercy. They found three portions of dolphin's flesh.
Event Anon.VitCuthberti  ii.4   Cuthbert 1 with two brethren (Anonymous 35 and Tydi 2) from the monastery of Melrose set sail for the land of the Picts.
Event Anon.VitCuthberti  i.7   When dwelling in camp with the army, and having only meagre rations, Cuthbert 1 yet lived abundantly all the time.
Event Anon.VitCuthberti  i.6   While Cuthbert 1 was praying and waiting for a storm to cease, during a journey from the south, his horse seized some thatch from the roof of a hut and with it there fell out a warm loaf and meat.
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  14 Beorhtric 1 held office of King (King of the West Saxons)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  87 Alfred 8 held office of King (King of the Anglo-Saxons)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  83 Alfred 8 held office of King (King of the Anglo-Saxons)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  73 Alfred 8 held office of King (King of the Anglo-Saxons)
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  64 Alfred 8 held office of King (King of the Anglo-Saxons)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  21 Alfred 8 held office of King (King of the Anglo-Saxons)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  13 Alfred 8 held office of King (King of the Anglo-Saxons)
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)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  68 Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (King of the West Saxons)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  9 Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (King of the West Saxons)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  7 Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (King of the West Saxons)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  5 Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (King of the Saxons)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  30 Æthelred 15 held office of King (King of the West Saxons)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  21 Æthelred 15 held office of King (King of the West Saxons)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  17 Æthelbald 13 held office of King
Status Asser.VitAlfredi  12 Anonymi 18 held status of Noble / Noble
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  102   Alfred 8 commanded his ministri (Anonymi 160) to divide his annual income from taxes into four.
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  79.43-51   Asser 1 agreed to spend six months a year with Alfred 8.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  74.1-5   Alfred 8 celebrated his marriage in Mercia.
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  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  47   Anonymi 78 subjected to its control the whole province of the Northumbrians.
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   The pagans (Anonymi 69) granted the kingdom of the Mercians to Ceolwulf 11 with a wretched stipulation.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  46   The pagans (Anonymi 69) subjected the whole of the kingdom of the Mercians to their control.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  46   The army (Anonymi 69), leaving Lindsey, went to Mercia.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  45   Leaving London, Anonymi 69 went to the province of the Northumbrians.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  32   The army of pagans (Anonymi 34) passed through Mercia to the East Angles.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  15   Eadburg 5 was expelled from her convent.
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  3   Ceorl 2 fought with the people of Devonshire (Anonymi 3) against the pagans (Anonymi 4) and the Christians had the victory.
Event Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  1   While Cuthbert 1 was playing with other children, and they were as usual twisting their limbs into various unnatural contortions, a little boy (Anonymous 29) ran up to Cuthbert 1 and exhorted him not to indulge in idle games. When Cuthbert 1 scorned him, the child began to cry and subsequently told Cuthbert 1 he was going to become a priest and a bishop.
Event Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  4   While Cuthbert 1 was looking after the flocks committed to his care, he had a vision of a soul of exceeding brightness being carried to heaven.
Event Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  5   During his journey Cuthbert 1 first stopped at the house of a certain religious housewife (Anonymous 46), who wanted to give him some food. He refused because he was fasting until the ninth hour on Fridays. As he went on with his journey he realised he could not find any place where he could stop for some food. But when his horse dragged some straw from the roof of a hut, he found half a loaf still warm and some meat.
Event Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  11   Cuthbert 1, with two brethren (Tydi 2 and Anonymous 35), went by boat to the land of the Picts called Niduari. They did not take much food with them in view of an early return.
Event Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  11   After having reached the land of the Niduari, a fierce tempest arose, which prevented their return. As Cuthbert 1 and the two brothers (Tydi 2 and Anonymous 35) did not have food with them, they languished for some days amid the dangers of hunger and of cold. When the day of Epiphany was at hand, Cuthbert 1 encouraged his two companions to pray the Lord for food. They went down to the shore and found three pieces of dolphin flesh.
Event Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  13   While Cuthbert 1 was preaching to a crowd he foresaw that the devil would be present to hinder the work of salvation. Slightly later a phantom fire set light to a house nearby. Almost the whole crowd tried to go to extinguish it, until the phantom fire vanished, thanks to Cuthbert 1's prayer.
Event Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  27   Ecgfrith 4 took an army against the Picts and devastated their kingdoms with cruel and savage ferocity.
Event Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  30   Cuthbert 1 came to a village where there were some nuns to whom he had given a place of abode. One of them (Anonymous 65) was very ill. He had pity on her and anointed her with holy oil.
Event Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  33   Coming to one village Cuthbert 1 asked Tydi 2 whether there was anyone else he could help. His priest pointed at a woman (Anonymous 69) whose son (Anonymous 70) was very ill.
Event Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  37   Herefrith 1 and some brethren (Anonymi 240) went to visit Cuthbert 1.
Status Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  24 Aldfrith 1 held status of Exile / Exile
Office Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  34 Ælfflæd 2 held office of Abbess
Education Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  24 Aldfrith 1 He was in exile among the islands of the Irish for the study of letters.
Occupation Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  27 Anonymi 235 Brother
Occupation Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  23 Anonymous 55 Nun
Occupation Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  3 Baella 1 Brother
Occupation Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  35 Frithumund 1 Brother
Occupation Bede.VitCuthbertiPr  4 Cuthbert 1 Shepherd
Event Felix.VitGuthlaci  4-9   A hand was seen by crowds (Anonymi 250) stretching from the heavens to a cross before the house where Guthlac 2 was being born.
Event Felix.VitGuthlaci  4-9   A hand was seen by crowds (Anonymi 250) stretching from the heavens to a cross before the house where Guthlac 2 was being born.
Event Felix.VitGuthlaci  16-18   Guthlac 2 with his retinue (Anonymi 253) attacked settlements, took booty and overcame enemies.
Event Felix.VitGuthlaci  41   Hwætred 1 suffered madness for four years.
Event Felix.VitGuthlaci  41   The parents of Hwætred 1 (Anonymi 260) sought healing for him at the holy places of the saints.
Event Felix.VitGuthlaci  41   The parents of Hwætred 1 (Anonymi 260) sought healing for him at the holy places of the saints.
Event Felix.VitGuthlaci  41   The parents of Hwætred 1 (Anonymi 260) sought healing for him at the holy places of the saints.
Event Felix.VitGuthlaci  46   Wigfrith 1 claimed to have lived amongst the Scotti (Anonymi 276).
Event Felix.VitGuthlaci  53   A father of a family (Anonymous 88) regained his sight at Crowland.
Status Felix.VitGuthlaci  1 Penwealh 1 held status of Noble / Noble
Status Felix.VitGuthlaci  41 Hwætred 1 held status of Iuuenis / Iuuenis
Status Felix.VitGuthlaci    Hwætred 1 held status of Noble / Noble
Office Felix.VitGuthlaci  Prol. (p. 60) Ælfwald 6 held office of King (rightly ruling the affairs of the East Anglians)
Office Felix.VitGuthlaci  34 Cenred 2 held office of King (King of the Mercians)
Education Felix.VitGuthlaci  11 Guthlac 2 Guthlac 2 was instructed in the noble knowledge of the ancients.
Education Felix.VitGuthlaci  Cap11 Guthlac 2 the education of Guthlac 2 in his father's hall
Office Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  21 Cuthbert 1 held office of Bishop
Status Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  21 Aldfrith 1 held status of Exile / Exile
Event Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  38   Eadberht 3 decided to exhume the saint's remains in order to palace them in a graceful shrine
Event Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  29   Cuthbert 1 foresaw in his mind that the war between Ecgfrith 4 and the Picts was to result in a wretched end and the death of the king.
Event Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  9   As Cuthbert 1's return journey was impeded by the seas and the sailors (Anonymi 280) were frightened on that foreign shore, Cuthbert 1 invited everybody to pray God and have faith in Him. When he had finished speaking he saw three morsels cut from the flesh of a fish.
Event Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  9   Cuthbert 1 was carried by ship to the land of the Picts.
Event Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  4   While Cuthbert 1 was feeding lambs in the hills, as he was keeping vigil with nocturnal hymns, he saw a holy soul being carried to heaven.
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  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  46 Ceolwulf 11 held office of King
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  11 Charles 4 held office of King (King of the Franks)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  68 Charles 4 held office of King (King of the Franks)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  70 Charles 4 held office of King (King of the Franks)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  70 Charles 3 held office of King (King of the Alemanni)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  33 Edmund 6 held office of King (King of the East Angles)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Elise 1 held office of King (King of Brycheiniog)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  80 Ffyrnfael 1 held office of King (King of Gwent)
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  68 Louis 3 held office of King (King of the Franks)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  14 Offa 7 held office of King (King of the Mercians)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  27 Osberht 6 held office of King (King of the Northumbrians)
Office Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Wærfrith 6 held office of Bishop (Bishop of the church of Worcester)
Transaction Asser.VitAlfredi  77   Alfred 8 bestowed [on Æthelstan 3] many honours and powers within the kingdom of the West Saxons.
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 Wærfrith 6] many honours and powers within the kingdom of the West Saxons.
Possession Asser.VitAlfredi  77 Wærfrith 6 Honours and powers which Wærfrith 6 had in Mercia.
Occupation Bede.VitCuthbertiMetr  4 Cuthbert 1 Shepherd
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  1   [Wilfrid 2's] mother (Anonymous 121) was exhausted by giving birth. Women (Anonymi 293) were with her in the house, while the men (Anonymi 294) were outside.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  1   [Wilfrid 2's] mother (Anonymous 121) was exhausted by giving birth. Women (Anonymi 293) were with her in the house, while the men (Anonymi 294) were outside.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  1   [Wilfrid 2's] mother (Anonymous 121) was exhausted by giving birth. Women (Anonymi 293) were with her in the house, while the men (Anonymi 294) were outside.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  1   [Wilfrid 2's] mother (Anonymous 121) was exhausted by giving birth. Women (Anonymi 293) were with her in the house, while the men (Anonymi 294) were outside.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  1   The men (Anonymi 294) outside the house of the mother of Wilfrid 2 (Anonymous 121) saw that it appeared to be on fire but were then told by the women (Anonymi 293) that Wilfrid 2 had just been born.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  1   The men (Anonymi 294) outside the house of the mother of Wilfrid 2 (Anonymous 121) saw that it appeared to be on fire but were then told by the women (Anonymi 293) that Wilfrid 2 had just been born.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  2   Wilfrid 2 served all who came into the house of his father (Anonymous 125), whether the king's companions (Anonymi 295) or their slaves (Anonymi 296).
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  2   Wilfrid 2 served all who came into the house of his father (Anonymous 125), whether the king's companions (Anonymi 295) or their slaves (Anonymi 296).
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  2   Royal companions (Anonymi 295) and their slaves (Anonymi 296) came into the house of the father of Wilfrid 2 (Anonymous 125).
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  2   Royal companions (Anonymi 295) and their slaves (Anonymi 296) came into the house of the father of Wilfrid 2 (Anonymous 125).
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  2   Cudda 2 and all the older monks and the contemporaries of Wilfrid 2 (Anonymi 298) held Wilfrid 2 in affection.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  3   Eorcenberht 1 found Biscop 2 as a guide for Wilfrid 2.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  6   Wilfrid 2 accompanied Dalfinus 1 to the place of trial but the dukes (Anonymi 304) spared him.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  8   Ealhfrith 1 granted Wilfrid 2 an estate of ten hides at 'Stanforda'.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  10   Clerics (Anonymi 307) and others gathered at Streuneshalgh to consider the proper date for observing Easter. Colmán 1 was told that he must retire and leave his see if he could not accept the tonsure and method of keeping Easter, which he did.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  12   Twelve Gallic catholic bishops (Anonymi 311) including Agilbert 1 ordained Wilfrid 2.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  13   Wilfrid 2 and his party, driven ashore in a storm, managed successfully to repulse attacks on them by the South Saxons (Anonymi 313) and escaped on their ship to Sandwich.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  14   King Oswiu 1 consented to another's taking Wilfrid 2's see in an irregular manner, being instructed by quartodecimans (Anonymi 316), who consecrated Chad 1 uncanonically to the see of York.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  14   Wilfrid 2 returned to his duties as abbot of Ripon for three years and also performed episcopal duties in Mercia and Kent.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  14   Wilfrid 2 returned to his duties as abbot of Ripon for three years and also performed episcopal duties in Mercia and Kent.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  14   Wilfrid 2 returned to his duties as abbot of Ripon for three years and also performed episcopal duties in Mercia and Kent.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  14   Wilfrid 2 returned to his duties as abbot of Ripon for three years and also performed episcopal duties in Mercia and Kent.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  17   Wilfrid 2 built from its foundations to its roof a church of polished stone at Ripon.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  18   Wilfrid 2 healed and baptized Eadwald 4.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  25   Wilfrid 2 escaped attack.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  25   Wynnfrith 1 was attacked.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  26   Wilfrid 2 preached in Frisia.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  27   Ebroin 1 promised to give Aldgisl 1 a full measure of gold solidi, if the latter would have Wilfrid 2 brought to him alive or his head after he had been killed.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  24   Wilfrid 2 challenged the judgment of Ecgfrith 4 and Theodore 1, who refused to change their decision; he then declared he would appeal to the Apostolic See.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  24   Wilfrid 2 challenged the judgment of Ecgfrith 4 and Theodore 1, who refused to change their decision; he then declared he would appeal to the Apostolic See.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  28   Enemies (Anonymi 338) sent messengers (Anonymi 345) to ask Perctarit 1 to seize Wilfrid 2, promising him very great gifts if he did so. He refused to.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  28   Enemies (Anonymi 338) sent messengers (Anonymi 345) to ask Perctarit 1 to seize Wilfrid 2, promising him very great gifts if he did so. He refused to.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  33   Wilfrid 2 journeyed with his men (Anonymi 355) through Campania to the land of the Franks, where he encountered a hostile bishop (Anonymous 134).
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  34-35   After Wilfrid 2 handed the papal decision to Ecgfrith 4, a synod was held after which he was imprisoned for nine months.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  36   Wilfrid 2 was imprisoned.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  36   The hidden place where Wilfrid 2 was illuminated when he was heard singing psalms.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  37   Wilfrid 2 healed Æbbe 1, the wife of the reeve, Osfrith 2.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  38   Ecgfrith 4 transferred Wilfrid 2 to Dunbar where the reeve (Tydlin 1) required smiths (Anonymi 402) to make shackles for Wilfrid 2, which, however, were either too big or too small.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  40   After founding a monastery, Wilfrid 2 was forced to leave; he then went to Cenred 2, who also forced him to leave.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  40   After founding a monastery, Wilfrid 2 was forced to leave; he then went to Cenred 2, who also forced him to leave.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  40   After founding a monastery, Wilfrid 2 was forced to leave; he then went to Cenred 2, who also forced him to leave.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  40   After founding a monastery, Wilfrid 2 was forced to leave; he then went to Cenred 2, who also forced him to leave.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  40   After founding a monastery, Wilfrid 2 was forced to leave; he then went to Cenred 2, who also forced him to leave.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  40   After founding a monastery, Wilfrid 2 was forced to leave; he then went to Cenred 2, who also forced him to leave.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  42   After being in exile Cædwalla 1 gained the throne of the West Saxons.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  45   Aldfrith 1 banished Wilfrid 2, whom Æthelred 2 then received. Wilfrid 2 then lived in the bishopric ruled by Seaxwulf 1 before his death.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  60   Beorhtwald 6 called a synod in accordance with the precept of the Apostolic See to consider Wilfrid 2's case. Reconciliation was made with Wilfrid 2, and Ripon and Hexham with their revenues were returned to him.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  55   After visiting shrines, collecting relics and buying adornments for his churches, Wilfrid 2 made his way back and reached Gaul.
Status Stephen.VitWilfridi  67 Anonymi 399 held status of Nobleman / Nobleman
Status Stephen.VitWilfridi  67 Anonymi 399 held status of Nobleman / Nobleman
Status Stephen.VitWilfridi  67 Anonymi 399 held status of Nobleman / Nobleman
Status Stephen.VitWilfridi  40 Beorhtwald 3 held status of Noble / Noble
Status Stephen.VitWilfridi  42 Cædwalla 1 held status of Exile / Exile
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  41 Æthelwalh 1 held office of King (King of the South Saxons)
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  29 Agatho 2 held office of Bishop (Bishop of the holy catholic and apostolic church of the city of Rome)
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  12 Agilbert 1 held office of Bishop
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  65 Anonymi 397 held office of Abbot
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  66 Anonymi 398 held office of Abbot
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  10 Anonymi 307 held office of Abbot
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  10 Anonymi 307 held office of Priest
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  10 Anonymi 307 held office of Cleric
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  12 Anonymi 311 held office of Bishop (catholic bishop)
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  24 Anonymi 331 held office of Bishop
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  44 Anonymi 331 held office of Bishop
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  46 Anonymi 369 held office of Bishop
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  60 Anonymi 388 held office of Princeps
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  60 Anonymi 388 held office of Bishop
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  33 Anonymous 134 held office of Bishop (bishop)
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  41 Eafe 1 held office of Queen
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  13 Anonymous 128 held office of Priest (Chief of the priests of idolatry)
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  13 Anonymous 129 held office of King
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  40 Beorhtwald 3 held office of Praefectus
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  42 Cædwalla 1 held office of King (King of the West Saxons)
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  64 Eabba 1 held office of Abbot
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  33 Ebroin 1 held office of Dux
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  20 Ecgfrith 4 held office of King (King of the Deirans and Bernicians)
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  44 Ecgfrith 4 held office of King (King of the Northumbrians)
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  10 Hild 1 held office of Abbess (Holy mother and most pious)
Status Stephen.VitWilfridi  36 Osfrith 2 held office of Comes
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  45 Seaxwulf 1 held office of Bishop (Most reverend bishop)
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  64 Tibba 2 held office of Abbot
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  42 Wilfrid 2 held office of Counsellor
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  45 Wilfrid 2 held office of Bishop
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  26 Willibrord 1 held office of Bishop (By the grace of God bishop)
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  14 Wulfhere 1 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Occupation Stephen.VitWilfridi  67 Anonymi 399 Warrior
Occupation Stephen.VitWilfridi  23 Anonymi 328 Mason
Occupation Stephen.VitWilfridi  23 Anonymi 329 Monk
Occupation Stephen.VitWilfridi  25 Anonymi 336 Monk
Occupation Stephen.VitWilfridi  40 Anonymi 363 Monk
Occupation Stephen.VitWilfridi  50 Anonymi 376 Messenger
Occupation Stephen.VitWilfridi  57 Anonymi 382 Messenger
Occupation Stephen.VitWilfridi  3 Biscop 2 Guide
Transaction Stephen.VitWilfridi  41   Estate on which [Æthelwalh 1] lived.
Transaction Stephen.VitWilfridi  8   ten hides of land at 'Stanforda'
Possession Stephen.VitWilfridi  14 Wilfrid 2 [Wulfhere 1] granted our bishop, [sc. Wilfrid 2], many areas of land in various places.
Possession Stephen.VitWilfridi  17 Wilfrid 2 Sacred places in various districts which the British clergy had deserted.
Transaction Stephen.VitWilfridi  43, 47   Æthelred 2 restored [to Wilfrid 2] many monasteries.
Transaction Stephen.VitWilfridi  43, 47   Æthelred 2 restored [to Wilfrid 2] many ... lands in his own right
Event Bede.Mart  103.L.3 ter   Boniface 5 converted a great multitude (Anonymi 436) in Frisia to the Christian religion.
Event Bede.Mart  181.B.2   The two Hewalds (Hewald 2 and Hewald 1) came with Willibrord 1 into Germania.
Office Anon.VitCeolfrithi  32 Liutprand 1 held office of King (king of the Lombards)
Office Anon.VitCeolfrithi  29 Ælfberht 1 held office of Abbot
Office Anon.VitCeolfrithi  7 Torhthelm 1 held office of Abbot
Event Anon.VitCeolfrithi  5   Biscop 2 travelled in the regions of Gaul and Italy, and even of the islands (i.e., Lérins).
Event Anon.VitCeolfrithi  29   Hwætberht 1 prepared presents to send to the Pope and followed in Ceolfrith 1's footsteps with some of the brothers (Anonymi 484). He found him in Ælfberht 1's monastery.
Event Anon.VitCeolfrithi  25-26   After leaving St Paul's (Jarrow), Ceolfrith 1 returned to St Peter's monastery. They sung Mass at St Peter's and St Mary's.
Event Anon.VitCeolfrithi  21-25   Ceolfrith 1 decided he would go on pilgrimage to Rome. He prepared a ship and drew up a list of envoys he would send to Rome. He decided which gifts to offer to St Peter and obtained enough of everything for the journey.
Event Anon.VitCeolfrithi  20   Ceolfrith 1 copiously increased the library which he and Biscop 2 had brought from Rome. Among other projects he had three bibles copied: two of them he placed in his monasteries' churches, while the third one he decided to offer when he was going to Rome as a gift to St Peter.
Event Anon.VitCeolfrithi  7   Biscop 2 went to Gaul and asked Torhthelm 1 for master-builders (Anonymi 476) by whose directions and work he could build a church of stone.
Event Anon.VitCeolfrithi  4   In the kingdom of the East Angles Ceolfrith 1 saw the monastic observance of Botwulf 1
Occupation Anon.VitCeolfrithi  33 Anonymi 486 Monk
Possession Anon.VitCeolfrithi  29 Ælfberht 1 a monastery
Event Anon.VitGregorii  10   Gregory 1 tried to go on a missionary trip to England but was recalled to Rome.
Event Anon.VitGregorii  15   Paulinus 1 ordered that a cawing crow be shot to make a theological point.
Event Anon.VitGregorii  18-19   Trimma 1 had revealed to himself in dreams where Edwin 2's bones were buried.
Event Anon.VitGregorii  18-19   Trimma 1 had revealed to himself in dreams where Edwin 2's bones were buried.
Event Anon.VitGregorii  18-19   Trimma 1 had revealed to himself in dreams where Edwin 2's bones were buried.
Event Anon.VitGregorii  18-19   Trimma 1 had revealed to himself in dreams where Edwin 2's bones were buried.
Event Anon.VitAlcuini  2   On account of his preference for Virgil over the Psalms, Alcuin 1 had a vision of foul spirits.
Event Anon.VitAlcuini  9   Charlemagne 1 gave two monasteria to Alcuin 1.
Event Anon.VitAlcuini  12-13   On a visit to Raganard 1 Alcuin 1 criticized his behaviour, which had been revealed to him by God.
Event Anon.VitAlcuini  20   A blind man (Anonymous 189) regained his sight when he washed his eyes with water Alcuin 1 had used to wash his face and eyes.
Event Alcuin.VitRicharii  2   Richarius 1 gave protection to Cadoc 1 and Anonymous 192 in his house.
Event Alcuin.VitRicharii  16   Those shackled and chained (Anonymi 546) were freed on a road near the church where Richarius 1 was buried.
Event Hygeburg.VitWynnebaldi  2   Together with Willibald 4 and his father (Anonymous 195) Wynnebald 1 went to a marketplace.
Event Hygeburg.VitWynnebaldi  2   Wynnebald 1 and his companions visited numerous basilicas of the saints.
Event Hygeburg.VitWynnebaldi  7   Wynnebald 1 12 established the monastic life [at Heidenheim].
Event Hygeburg.VitWynnebaldi  8   From Fulda Wynnebald 1 went to a settlement, where he stayed for a week.
PersonInfo Hygeburg.VitWynnebaldi  8 Wynnebald 1 Wynnebald 1 was not able to depart from the settlement because his illness again truly afflicted him.
Status Anon.VitGregorii  15 Anonymi 501 held status of Catechumen / Catechumen
Status Anon.VitGregorii  18 Teoful 1 held status of Maritus / Maritus
Status Alcuin.VitRicharii  2 Cadoc 1 held status of Guest / Guest
Status Alcuin.VitRicharii  2 Anonymous 192 held status of Guest / Guest
Office Anon.VitGregorii  18 Trimma 1 held office of Priest
Office Anon.VitAlcuini  8 Charlemagne 1 held office of King
Occupation Anon.VitGregorii  1 Gregory 1 Monk
Occupation Anon.VitGregorii  2 Anonymi 491 Brother
Occupation Anon.VitGregorii  18 Anonymous 166 Brother
Possession Hygeburg.VitWynnebaldi  5 Wynnebald 1 He [sc. Wynnebald 1] had his place of habitation under Odilo 1 in that region which is called Nordfiluse
Event Bede.EpEcgbertum  1   Bede 1 stayed with Ecgberht 7, at the latter's minster for the sake of study
Office Bede.HE  iii.25 Dalfinus 1 held office of Archbishop
Office Bede.HE  iv.6 Wynnfrith 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop of the Mercians)
Office Bede.HE  iv.5 Wynnfrith 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop of the Mercians)
Office Bede.HE  iv.3 Wynnfrith 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iii.24 Wynnfrith 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iv.3 Jarumann 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iii.24 Jarumann 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iii.24 Cynewise 1 held office of Queen
Office Bede.HE  v.1 Ecgfrith 4 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iv.26 Ecgfrith 4 held office of King (King of the Northumbrians)
Office Bede.HE  iii.22 Æthelwald 5 held office of King (King of the East Angles)
Office Bede.HE  iii.30 Swithhelm 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iii.22 Swithhelm 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iii.22 Sigeberht 2 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iii.22 Sigeberht 5 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iii.24 Trumhere 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  v.24 Peada 1 held office of Princeps
Office Bede.HE  iii.24 Peada 1 held office of Ruler
Office Bede.HE  iii.21 Peada 1 held office of Ruler
Office Bede.HE  iv.5 Beorhtgils 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iii.20 Beorhtgils 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iii.20 Thomas 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop of the East Angles)
Office Bede.HE  iii.19 Clovis 2 held office of King (King of the Franks)
Office Bede.HE  iii.18 Ecgric 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iii.15 Cynemund 2 held office of Priest
Office Bede.HE  iii.14 Oswine 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iii.23 Æthelwald 6 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iii.13 Willibrord 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the Frisians)
Office Bede.HE  v.24 Wilfrid 2 held office of Bishop (bishop of the Northumbrians)
Office Bede.HE  v.19 Wilfrid 2 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iv.23 Wilfrid 2 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iv.12 Wilfrid 2 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iii.11 Anonymi 608 held office of Priest
Office Bede.HE  v.24 Æthelred 2 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iv.12 Æthelwine 8 held office of Bishop (Second bishop of Lindsey)
Office Bede.HE  iii.11 Æthelwine 8 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iv.21 Æthelred 2 held office of King (King of the Mercians)
Office Bede.HE  v.13 Æthelred 2 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iv.17 Æthelred 2 held office of King (King of the Mercians)
Office Bede.HE  iv.12 Æthelred 2 held office of King (King of the Mercians)
Office Bede.HE  iii.11 Osthryth 1 held office of Queen (Queen of the Mercians)
Office Bede.HE  v.24 Eorcenberht 1 held office of King (King of the Kentish people)
Office Bede.HE  iv.19 Eorcenberht 1 held office of King (King of the Kentish people)
Office Bede.HE  iv.1 Eorcenberht 1 held office of King (King of the Kentish people)
Office Bede.HE  iii.8 Eorcenberht 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iv.12 Leuthhere 2 held office of Bishop (Fourth bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Bede.HE  iv.5 Leuthhere 2 held office of Bishop (Bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Bede.HE  iii.7 Leuthhere 2 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  v.24 Wulfhere 1 held office of King (King of the Mercians)
Office Bede.HE  iv.3 Wulfhere 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iii.24 Wulfhere 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iii.24 Wulfhere 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iii.7 Wulfhere 1 held office of King (King of the Mercians)
Office Bede.HE  iv.12 Wine 1 held office of Bishop (Third bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Bede.HE  iii.28 Wine 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iv.12 Agilbert 1 held office of Bishop (Second bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Bede.HE  iii.7 Agilbert 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Bede.HE  v.18 Hædde 2 held office of Bishop (Bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Bede.HE  iv.12 Hædde 2 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iv.19 Anna 1 held office of King (King of the East Angles)
Office Bede.HE  iii.24 Anna 1 held office of King (King of the East Angles)
Office Bede.HE  iii.18 Anna 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iii.8 Anna 1 held office of King (King of the Est Angles)
Office Bede.HE  iii.7 Anna 1 held office of King (King of the East Angles)
Office Bede.HE  iv.12 Cenwealh 2 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iii.7 Cenwealh 2 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iii.7 Cynegils 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iv.12 Birinus 1 held office of Bishop (First bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Bede.HE  iii.4 Bruide 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iii.1 Eanfrith 2 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iii.1 Osric 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  ii.20 Dagobert 2 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iii.21 Penda 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iii.9 Penda 1 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office Bede.HE  iii.7 Penda 1 held office of King (king of the Mericans)
Office Bede.HE  iii.20 Felix 2 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iii.18 Sigeberht 3 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  ii.15 Sigeberht 3 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iv.17 Ealdwulf 3 held office of King (King of the East Angles)
Office Bede.HE  ii.15 Ealdwulf 3 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iii.18 Eorpwald 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  ii.15 Eorpwald 1 held office of King (King of the East Angles)
Office Bede.HE  ii.14 Thrythwulf 1 held office of Priest
Office Bede.HE  ii.14 Thrythwulf 1 held office of Abbot
Office Bede.HE  ii.14 Ceorl 1 held office of King (King of the Mercians)
Office Bede.HE  ii.9 Cwichelm 1 held office of King (King of the West Saxons)
Office Bede.HE  v.24 Paulinus 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the Northumbrians)
Office Bede.HE  iv.23 Paulinus 1 held office of Bishop (First bishop of the Nrthumbrians)
Office Bede.HE  iii.8 Eadbald 2 held office of King (King of the Kentish people)
Office Bede.HE  v.24 Oswiu 1 held office of King (King of the Northumbrians)
Office Bede.HE  iv.1 Oswiu 1 held office of King (King of the Northumbrians)
Office Bede.HE  iii.24 Oswiu 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iii.21 Oswiu 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iii.14 Oswiu 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  ii.5 Oswiu 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iii.7 Oswald 1 held office of King (king of the Northumbrians)
Office Bede.HE  ii.9 Edwin 2 held office of King (King of the Northumbrians)
Office Bede.HE  ii.5 Edwin 2 held office of King (King of the Northumbrians)
Office Bede.HE  iii.18 Rædwald 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  ii.5 Rædwald 1 held office of King (King of the East Angles)
Office Bede.HE  ii.5 Ceawlin 2 held office of King (King of the West Saxons)
Office Bede.HE  ii.5 Ælle 1 held office of King (King of the South Saxons)
Office Bede.HE  v.24 Sæberht 1 held office of King (King of the East Saxons)
Office Bede.HE  ii.5 Sæberht 1 held office of King (King of the East Saxons)
Office Bede.HE  ii.3 Sæberht 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  ii.2 Anonymi 607 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  ii.1 Anonymi 604 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  ii.1 Ælle 2 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  ii.1 Eutychius 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  ii.2 Æthelfrith 2 held office of King (King of the Angles)
Office Bede.HE  i.34 Æthelfrith 2 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  ii.3 Mellitus 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  ii.9 Æthelberht 3 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  i.32 Æthelberht 3 held office of King (glorious lord and King of the English)
Office Bede.HE  ii.5 Æthelberht 3 held office of King (King of the Kentish people)
Office Bede.HE  i.25 Æthelberht 3 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  i.27 Augustine 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the Kentish church)
Office Bede.HE  iv.12 Cyneberht 2 held office of Bishop (Fourth bishop of Lindsey)
Office Bede.HE  v.24 Chad 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the Northumbrians)
Office Bede.HE  iv.3 Chad 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iii.24 Chad 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iii.23 Cedd 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iii.22 Cedd 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  v.23 Daniel 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  v.18 Daniel 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iv.16 Daniel 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  Preface Daniel 1 held office of Bishop (most reverend bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Bede.HE  ii.1 Gregory 1 held office of Apocrisiarius
Office Bede.HE  ii.1 Gregory 1 held office of Delegate
Office Bede.HE  iv.1 Hadrian 2 held office of Abbot
Office Bede.HE  Preface Theodore 1 held office of Archbishop
Office Bede.HE  v.23 Ceolwulf 3 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  v.23 Ceolwulf 3 held office of King
Status Bede.HE  iii.24 Ecgfrith 4 held status of Hostage / Hostage
Status Bede.HE  v.11 Wilfrid 2 held status of Exile / Exile
Office Bede.HE  iii.19 Erchinoald 1 held status of Patrician / Patrician
Status Bede.HE  iii.27 Ecgberht 6 held status of Exile / Exile
Status Bede.HE  ii.12 Edwin 2 held status of Exile / Exile
Status Bede.HE  ii.1 Anonymi 606 held status of Slave / Slave
Event Bede.HE  v.21   Adomnán 1 went to see Ceolfrith 1's monastery. When they met, Ceolfrith 1 asked him why he wore the Celtic tonsure instead of the Petrine one. Adomnán 1 replied that he was following the practice of his people, but he longed to follow the steps of St Peter.
Event Bede.HE  v.19   Wilfrid 2 was restored to his episcopal seat and his bishopric at the invitation of Aldfrith 1.
Event Bede.HE  v.19   Wilfrid 2 went back to Britain and converted the kingdom of the South Saxons.
Event Bede.HE  v.19   Wilfrid 2 was driven from the see and other bishops were consecrated in his place. He embarked on a ship and was driven by the west wind to Frisia.
Event Bede.HE  v.19   Ealhfrith 1 sent Wilfrid 2 to Gaul with the counsel of his father Oswiu 1, requesting that he should be consecrated as his bishop by Agilbert 1.
Event Bede.HE  v.19   Wilfrid 2 returned to Dalfinus 1 in Gaul, where he spent three years.
Event Bede.HE  v.15, 21   Adomnán 1 was sent by his people on a mission to Aldfrith 1, and stayed for some time in his kingdom to see the canonical rites of the church.
Event Bede.HE  v.14   Anonymous 277 saw hell opened and Satan in its infernal depths.
Event Bede.HE  v.13   When Anonymous 276 fell sick, Cenred 2 went in to him and urged him to repent of his wickedness. He answered that he did not wish to confess his sins then, lest his companions should accuse him of doing, for fear of death, something which he would not do when he was in good health.
Event Bede.HE  v.12   Dryhthelm 1 was stricken by an illness until he reached his end and died in the early hours of the night. But at dawn he came to life again.
Event Bede.HE  v.11   Swithberht 1 left to go to the nation of the Bructeri and led many of them into the way of truth.
Event Bede.HE  v.11   The brothers (Anonymi 683) engaged in the ministry of the Word in Frisia chose Swithberht 1 to be consecrated as their bishop. They sent him to Britain, where he was consecrated by Wilfrid 2.
Event Bede.HE  v.10   When the barbarians began to suspect that Hewald 1 and Hewald 2 might bring them a new faith, they put them to death.
Event Bede.HE  v.10   Hewald 1 and Hewald 2 went to the kingdom of the Old Saxons in the hope of winning some in that land to Christ by their preaching. When they reached the land, they went to a certain 'uilicus' asking him to give them safe conduct to the satrapa (viceroy), but he kept them for several days. When the barbarians realized that they might turn the viceroy away from their gods, they put them to death.
Event Bede.HE  v.9   Wihtberht 2 spent two whole years preaching in Frisia.
Event Bede.HE  v.10   Ecgberht 6 sent twelve men, including Willibrord 1, to preach the Word in Frisia. They first went to visit Pippin 1, who had just driven Radbod 1 out of nearer Frisia. He sent them to preach there, he gave them the support of his royal authority and he also bestowed many favours on those who were willing to receive the faith.
Event Bede.HE  v.4   John 18 was invited by Puch 1 to dedicate a church, not far from the monastery at Beverley.
Event Bede.HE  v.2   John 18 asked his followers to find some poor man to have with them and to benefit from their charity. They found a dumb youth (Anonymous 263), for whom they built a little hut. John 18 told the youth to put his tongue out. He made the sign of the holy cross on his tongue and told him to say something. When the youth had repeated the names of the letters after the bishop, the latter added syllables and words for the youth to repeat after him. Then the bishop taught him to say longer sentences.
Event Bede.HE  iv.28   A synod of no small size was gathered together in the presence of Ecgfrith 4 in a place called Adtuuifyrdi, over which Theodore 1 presided. There Cuthbert 1 was elected to the bishopric of the church of Lindisfarne.
Event Bede.HE  iv.26   Ecgfrith 4 took an army to ravage the kingdom of the Picts.
Event Bede.HE  iv.23   Oftfor 1 went to the kingdom of the Hwicce, where he remained for a long time, preaching the word of faith and setting an example of holy life to all who saw him and heard him.
Event Bede.HE  iv.23   Soon after Heiu 1 had founded the monastery, she retired to Kælcacæstir and there she made her dwelling.
Event Bede.HE  iv.23   Hild 1 withdrew to the kingdom of the East Angles, as she was a kinswoman of the king of that land (Ealdwulf 3).
Event Bede.HE  iv.18   John 13 came to Britain from Rome in order that he might teach the monks of St Peter's the mode of chanting throughout the year as it was practised at St Peter's in Rome.
Event Bede.HE  iv.16   Anonymi 662 escaped and crossed over into the realm of the Jutes. They were taken to a place called Ad Lapidem, where they thought they could remain concealed.
Event Bede.HE  iv.15   Cædwalla 1 killed Beorhthun 1 and the kingdom of the South Saxons was reduced to a worse state of slavery
Event Bede.HE  iv.15   Cædwalla 1 came with an army and slew King Æthelwalh 1, wasting the kingdom with fierce slaughter and devastation. But he was driven out by two of the king's ealdormen.
Event Bede.HE  iv.13   Wilfrid 2 taught the faith to the South Saxons and administered the baptism.
Event Bede.HE  iv.12   Æthelred 2 recovered the kingdom of Lindsey which had been conquered by Ecgfrith 4. Then, Eadhæd 1 returned and was placed by Theodore 1 over the church at Ripon.
Event Bede.HE  iv.12   Theodore 1 appointed Tunberht 1 to the church of Hexham and Trumwine 1 as bishop of the kingdom of the Picts
Event Bede.HE  iv.4   Colmán 1 took with him all the Irish (Anonymi 653) whom he had gathered together at Lindisfarne. He also took about 30 English men (Anonymi 654) and first went to Iona.
Event Bede.HE  iv.2   Wilfrid 2 was sent to Gaul to be consecrated.
Event Bede.HE  iv.1   When Ecgberht 3 heard that Theodore 1 was in the kingdom of the Franks, he sent Rædfrith 1 to bring him to England.
Event Bede.HE  iii.30   When Wulfhere 1 found out that part of the kingdom of the East Saxons had apostatized from the faith, he sent Jarumann 1 to correct their error.
Event Bede.HE  iii.27   After Ecgberht 6 had made his vow, he was told by Æthelhun 2 about the revelation he had had. The latter had learned in a vision that Ecgberht 6 was going to live on while he was going to die.
Event Bede.HE  iii.27   When he thought he was on the point of death, Ecgberht 6 began to consider his past life. He was so stricken with remorse that he asked God that he might not die until he had had time to make amends. He also made a vow that he would live in exile and never return to Britain. He also promised that he would recite daily the whole psalter to the praise of God.
Event Bede.HE  iii.27   Because of a sudden pestilence, which first depopulated the southern parts of Britain and afterwards attacked the kingdom of the Northumbrians, Tuda 1 died.
Event Bede.HE  iii.25   Wilfrid 2 was ordained by Agilbert 1, at the request of Ealhfrith 1.
Event Bede.HE  iii.24   When the battle was joined the heathen were put to flight or destroyed.
Event Bede.HE  iii.22   Sigeberht 5 asked for teachers. Oswiu 1 summoned Cedd 1, gave him another priest and sent them to the East Saxons.
Event Bede.HE  iii.22   Sigeberht 5 asked for teachers. Oswiu 1 summoned Cedd 1, gave him another priest and sent them to the East Saxons.
Event Bede.HE  iii.22   At the instance of Oswiu 1, Sigeberht 5 believed and the East Saxons received the faith that they had once rejected.
Event Bede.HE  iii.22   At the instance of Oswiu 1, Sigeberht 5 believed and the East Saxons received the faith that they had once rejected.
Event Bede.HE  iii.21   After he had won no small number for the Lord in a short space of time, Diuma 1 died.
Event Bede.HE  iii.21   Diuma 1 was consecrated bishop of the Middle Angles and the Mercians
Event Bede.HE  iii.21   Diuma 1 was consecrated bishop of the Middle Angles and the Mercians
Event Bede.HE  iii.21   When he was baptised, Peada 1 took with himself Cedd 1, Adda 2, Betti 1 and Diuma 1 to teach and baptise his people.
Event Bede.HE  iii.21, v.24   Peada 1 went to Oswiu 1 and asked for his daughter (Ealhflæd 1). His request was granted only on condition that he and his nation accepted the Christian faith.
Event Bede.HE  iii.21   Peada 1 was appointed by his father (Penda 1) to the reign of the Middle Angles.
Event Bede.HE  iii.20   Honorius 1 consecrated Thomas 1 in Felix 2's place
Event Bede.HE  iii.20   Honorius 1 consecrated Beorhtgils 1 as bishop of the East Angles
Event Bede.HE  iii.19   Seeing that the kingdom and the monasteries were threatened by heathen invasions Fursa 1 sailed for Gaul
Event Bede.HE  iii.19   On two occasions, while Fursa 1 was ill, he was snatched from his body and taken to the next world where he saw not only the very great joys of the blessed, but also the fierce onslaughts of the evil spirit.
Event Bede.HE  iii.19   Fursa 1 came to the kingdom of the East Anglians and followed his usual task of preaching the gospel. He converted many by his example and teaching.
Event Bede.HE  iii.18   Sigeberht 3 received baptism while in Gaul, as he was fleeing from Rædwald 1.
Event Bede.HE  iii.16   While Aidan 1 was staying on Farne Island, he saw the flames coming from Bamburgh, which Penda 1 was trying to set on fire. He prayed to the Lord and the winds carried the flames in the direction of those who had kindled them.
Event Bede.HE  iii.16   While Aidan 1 was staying on Farne Island, he saw the flames coming from Bamburgh, which Penda 1 was trying to set on fire. He prayed to the Lord and the winds carried the flames in the direction of those who had kindled them.
Event Bede.HE  iii.14   Oswiu 1 could not live at peace with Oswine 1. Each raised an army against the other, but Oswine 1 then considered it better to disband it.
Event Bede.HE  iii.13   On their way to Rome, Acca 3 and Wilfrid 2 stayed with Willibrord 1.
Event Bede.HE  iii.12   One year after the battle in which Oswald 1 was killed, Oswiu 1 took his head and hands, which had been hung on stakes. He then buried the head in the church of Lindisfarne, but the hands and arms were buried in Bamburgh.
Event Bede.HE  iii.11   A guest (Anonymous 222), who used to be greatly troubled by an unclean spirit, was hospitably received at Æthelhild 2's monastery. When he had laid down on his bed, he was suddenly possessed by the devil. After various attempts to overcome his madness by various means, he was healed only when a servant (Anonymous 224) took to him the soil of the floor on which the water, used to wash Oswald 1's relics, had been poured out.
Event Bede.HE  iii.9   Anonymous 218 reached an inn where he intended to lodge, after his horse had been healed. There he heard that the niece of the patron had been long suffering from paralysis. He told them of the place where his horse was cured. They brought her (Anonymous 219) there and she was healed.
Event Bede.HE  iii.9   The horse of a man (Anonymous 218) who was riding past the place where Oswald 1 had been killed suddenly fell ill to the earth. It twisted about from place to place until it came to the very spot where the king was killed. Forthwith the pain ceased and it was completely cured.
Event Bede.HE  iii.9, 24, v.24   Oswald 1 was killed by the same heathen people and the same heathen Mercian king as his predecessor Edwin 2.
Event Bede.HE  iii.7   Leuthhere 2 was honourably received by the Cenwealh 2 and his people, and he was consecrated by Theodore 1.
Event Bede.HE  iii.7   Wine 1 was consecrated in Gaul.
Event Bede.HE  iii.7   He went to Cenwealh 2 and voluntarily undertook the task of preaching.
Event Bede.HE  iii.7   Birinus 1 came to Britain on the advice of Honorius 2 and first visited the race of the Gewisse (West Saxons).
Event Bede.HE  iii.4   The Southern Picts received the true faith through the preaching of Ninian 1.
Event Bede.HE  iii.4   Columba 1 came to preach the word of God and turned the Picts to the faith of Christ.
Event Bede.HE  iii.2   Every year, on the day before that on which Oswald 1 was killed, the brethren of Hexham (Anonymi 627) went to the place where Oswald had erected the cross.
Event Bede.HE  iii.1   Oswald 1 came with an army and destroyed Cadwallon 1 together with his immense force.
Event Bede.HE  ii.20   Romanus 1 died in the Italian sea, while travelling on an embassy to Honorius 2.
Event Bede.HE  ii.20   Uscfrea 1 and Yffi 2died in Gaul in their infancy and were buried in the church with the honour due to royal children and Christian innocents.
Event Bede.HE  ii.20   After Æthelburg 1 arrived in Kent, fearing Eadbald 2 and Oswald 1, she sent Uscfrea 1 and Yffi 2 to Gaul to be brought up by Dagobert 2.
Event Bede.HE  ii.16   Paulinus 1 preached the word in the kingdom of Lindsey.
Event Bede.HE  ii.15   As soon as he began to reign, Sigeberht 3 made it his business to see that the whole kingdom shared his faith.
Event Bede.HE  ii.15   Together with his kingdom, Eorpwald 1 abandoned his idolatrous superstitions and accepted the Christian faith and sacraments.
Event Bede.HE  ii.14   Paulinus 1 built a church which was afterwards burnt down by the heathen who slew Edwin 2.
Event Bede.HE  ii.14   Paulinus 1 built a church which was afterwards burnt down by the heathen who slew Edwin 2.
Event Bede.HE  ii.14   Paulinus 1 baptized in the River Sawle, for they were not yet able to build chapels or baptisteries there in the earliest days of the church.
Event Bede.HE  ii.13   At the council summoned by Edwin 2, Coifi 1 volunteered to destroy their pagan temples to set an example to all.
Event Bede.HE  ii.12   After Rædwald 1 revealed to the queen (Anonymous 256) his plan against Edwin 2, she dissuaded him from it. Then, Rædwald 1 raised a large army to overthrow Æthelfrith 2, met him with a much greater force and slew him.
Event Bede.HE  ii.12   While on exile at Rædwald 1's court, Edwin 2 learnt that Rædwald 1 had accepted Æthelfrith 2's bribes. While considering what was best to do, he had a vision of a man who promised him that his enemies would be destroyed and that he would be a most powerful king.
Event Bede.HE  ii.9   Cwichelm 1 sent an assassin to the kingdom of the Northumbrians to deprive Edwin 2 of his kingdom and his life. He killed a thegn and a retainer of the king and wounded Edwin 2.
Event Bede.HE  ii.9   On his arrival in the kingdom Paulinus 1 set vigorously to work to prevent those who had come with him from lapsing from the faith, but also to convert some of the heathen to grace and faith by his preaching.
Event Bede.HE  ii.5   When Mellitus 1 was expelled from the kingdom of the East Saxons, he went to Kent, and after consulting his fellow-bishops, it was decided that they should all return to their country. In Gaul Mellitus 1 and Justus 1 awaited the outcome of the events.
Event Bede.HE  ii.3   Augustine 1 consecrated bishops Justus 1 and Mellitus 1.
Event Bede.HE  ii.2   Augustine 1 summoned the bishops and teachers of the neighbouring British kingdom (Anonymi 607) to a conference at a place which was subsequently called 'Augustine's oak'. After a long dispute they were unwilling to give their assent, preferring their own traditions.
Event Bede.HE  ii.1   Gregory 1 arranged that masses should be celebrated in the churches of the apostles St Peter and St Paul over their bodies. Moreover, in the celebration of the mass, he added three petitions.
Event Bede.HE  ii.1   Gregory 1 proved that Eutychius 1's dogma was contrary to the orthodox belief.
Event Bede.HE  ii.1   Gregory 1 turned his own house into a monastery
Event Bede.HE  i.34, v.24   Aedán 1 marched against Æthelfrith 2, but he was defeated and fled with few survivors.
Event Bede.HE  i.33   Thanks to a heavenly light which appeared every night above Peter 4's first, unworthy grave, the inhabitants of the place saw that it was a saint who had been buried there. After making enquiries they removed the body and put it in a church in Boulogne.
Event Bede.HE  i.33   The church was consecrated by Laurence 2
Event Bede.HE  Preface   Through the ministry of Cedd 1 and Chad 1 the kingdom of Essex recovered the faith which it had formerly rejected.
Event Bede.HE  Preface   Through the ministry of Cedd 1 and Chad 1, the kingdom of Mercia achieved the faith of Christ which it had never known.
Event Bede.HE  Preface   Bede 1 tells from what sources he gained his information.
Event Bede.HE  Preface   Bede 1 tells from what sources he gained his information.
Event Bede.HE  Preface   Bede 1 tells from what sources he gained his information.
Event Bede.HE  Preface   Bede 1 tells from what sources he gained his information.
Transaction CuthbertWearm.ObitBedae  p. 584   a few treasures in his box: some pepper, napkins and some incense
Office Ine.Laws  Prologue Ine 1 held office of King (King of the West Saxons)
Possession Bede.HistAb  15 Ceolfrith 1 20 hides of land
Transaction Bede.HistAb  15   8 hides of land
Transaction Bede.HistAb  9   3 hides of land
Transaction Bede.HistAb  15   8 hides of land
Transaction Bede.HistAb  9   3 hides of land
Occupation Bede.HistAb  15 Anonymi 700 Monk
Occupation Bede.HistAb  19 Ceolfrith 1 Monk
Occupation Bede.HistAb  5 Anonymi 715 Mason
Office Bede.HistAb  18 Hwætberht 1 held office of Abbot
Office Bede.HistAb  15 Ceolfrith 1 held office of Abbot
Office Bede.HistAb  4 Cenwealh 2 held office of King (King of the West Saxons)
Status Bede.HistAb  17 Anonymi 703 held status of Noble / Noble
Event Bede.HistAb  21, 22, 23   Ceolfrith 1 pushed on towards Rome but was struck down by sickness and died
Event Bede.HistAb  15   Ceolfrith 1 exchanged 8 hides of land and a fair balance of money, for 20 hides
Event Bede.HistAb  15   Ceolfrith 1 promptly completed all the notable works of his predecessor [Biscop 2] and built several chapels
Event Bede.HistAb  15   Cenwealh 2 enlarged the stock of church plate, altar vessels, every kind of vestment and doubled the number of books in the libraries of both monasteries
Event Bede.HistAb  9   Ecgfrith 4 was slain
Event Bede.HistAb  6   Agatho 2 issued a letter of privilege guaranteeing Wearmouth's perpetual exemption from external interference.
Event Bede.HistAb  5   A year after work had begun on Wearmouth, Biscop 2 went to Frankia (Gaul) and brought back masons [Anonymi 715] to build him a stone church in the Roman style he had always loved.
Event Bede.HistAb  4   Biscop 2 returned to Northumbria and visited King Ecgfrith 4
Event Wihtred.Laws  Prologue   At a deliberative assembly, the leading men [Anonymi 721] devised the decrees and added them to the lawful usages of the people of Kent
Office Bede.HE  iii.26 Tuda 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iv.12 Eata 2 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iii.28 Anonymous 242 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iii.29 Ecgberht 3 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iv.1 Ecgberht 3 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iv.5 Ecgberht 3 held office of King (King of the Kentish people)
Office Bede.HE  v.24 Ecgberht 3 held office of King (King of the Kentish people)
Office Bede.HE  iii.30 Sigehere 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iv.6 Sigehere 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  v.19 Sigehere 1 held office of King (king of the East Saxons)
Office Bede.HE  iii.30 Sebbe 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iv.6 Sebbe 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iv.11 Sebbe 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iv.3 Hygebald 2 held office of Abbot
Office Bede.HE  iv.5 Bisi 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop of the East Angles)
Office Bede.HE  iv.5 Hlothhere 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iv.17 Hlothhere 1 held office of King (King of the Kentish people)
Office Bede.HE  iv.6 Seaxwulf 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iv.12 Seaxwulf 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop of the Mercians)
Office Bede.HE  iv.12 Seaxwulf 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iv.15 Cædwalla 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  v.7 Cædwalla 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office Bede.HE  v.7 Cædwalla 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iv.12 Bosa 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iv.12 Edgar 2 held office of Bishop (Thrid bishop of Lindsey)
Office Bede.HE  iv.12 Trumwine 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iv.26 Trumwine 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iv.13 Æthelwalh 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iv.15 Beorhthun 1 held office of Dux
Office Bede.HE  iv.15 Andhun 1 held office of Dux
Office Bede.HE  v.7 Ine 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iv.16 Cyneberht 1 held office of Abbot
Office Bede.HE  iv.16 Cyneberht 1 held office of Priest
Office Bede.HE  v.21 Biscop 2 held office of Abbot
Office Bede.HE  v.21 Ceolfrith 1 held office of Abbot
Office Bede.HE  iv.19 Tondberht 1 held office of Princeps
Office Bede.HE  iv.22 Tunna 1 held office of Priest
Office Bede.HE  iv.22 Tunna 1 held office of Abbot
Office Bede.HE  iv.23 Osric 2 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  iv.23 Bosel 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iv.23 Tatfrith 1 held office of Bishop-elect
Office Bede.HE  v.18 Aldfrith 1 held office of King (King of the Northumbrians)
Office Bede.HE  v.19 Aldfrith 1 held office of King (King of the Northumbrians)
Office Bede.HE  v.24 Aldfrith 1 held office of King (King of the Northumbrians)
Office Bede.HE  v.1 Aldfrith 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  v.23 Wihtred 1 held office of King (king of the Kentish people)
Office Bede.HE  v.24 Wihtred 1 held office of King (king of the Kentish people)
Office Bede.HE  v.8 Godwin 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  v.9 Radbod 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  v.13 Cenred 2 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  v.19 Cenred 2 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  v.24 Cenred 2 held office of King (King of the Mercians)
Office Bede.HE  v.15 Arculf 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  v.24 Osred 1 held office of King (king of the Northumbrians)
Office Bede.HE  v.23 Forthhere 3 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  v.18 Eadberht 9 held office of Bishop (first bishop of the South Saxons)
Office Bede.HE  v.18 Eolla 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  v.24 Ceolred 1 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office Bede.HE  v.19 Aldgisl 1 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  v.21 Nechtan 1 held office of King (king of the Picts)
Office Bede.HE  v.22 Cenred 4 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  v.23 Cenred 4 held office of King
Office Bede.HE  v.23 Osric 5 held office of King (king of the Northumbrians)
Office Bede.HE  v.23 Ingwald 2 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  v.23 Ealdwine 2 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  v.23 Ealdberht 3 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  v.23 Hathulac 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  v.23 Wealhstod 2 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  v.23 Wilfrid 5 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  v.23 Æthelbald 4 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office Bede.HE  v.24 Hwætberht 1 held office of Abbot
Education Bede.HE  iii.27 Æthelhun 2 He went to Ireland for the sake of religious study.
Occupation Bede.HE  v.24 Bede 1 Singer
Occupation Bede.HE  ii.1 Gregory 1 Monk
Occupation Bede.HE  ii.1 Anonymi 603 Brother
Occupation Bede.HE  ii.2 Anonymi 607 Teacher
Occupation Bede.HE  iii.18 Sigeberht 3 Monk
Occupation Bede.HE  iv.2 James 1 Teacher
Occupation Bede.HE  iii.11 Anonymous 227 Servant
Occupation Bede.HE  iii.23 Anonymi 645 Brother
Occupation Bede.HE  iv.1 Andrew 2 Monk
Occupation Bede.HE  iv.20 (poem) Æthelthryth 2 Nun
Occupation Bede.HE  iv.18 John 13 Teacher
Occupation Bede.HE  v.14 Anonymous 277 Brother
Event Rudolf.VitLeobae  9   As he had few labourers who worked with him in Germany, Boniface 5 sent messengers and letters to England.
Event Rudolf.VitLeobae  17   Boniface 5 summoned Lull 1 to his presence and entrusted everything to his care. He ordered him to complete the building of the monastery at Fulda and commanded him also to remove his body thither after his death. Then, he summoned Leoba 1 to him and exhorted her not to abandon her adopted land. He commended her to Lull 1 and the senior monks of the monastery who were present and reaffirmed his wish that after his death her bones should be placed next to his in the tomb. He also gave her his cowl and set out for Frisia.
Event Rudolf.VitLeobae  21   After receiving the viaticum from Torahtbraht 1, Leoba 1 died.
Event Rudolf.VitLeobae  21   Leoba 1's bones were .transferred and placed in the west porch near the shrine of St Ignatius
Office Rudolf.VitLeobae  17 Carloman 2 held office of King (King of Austrasia)
Transaction S252      Ine 1, king of the West Saxons, to Hæha 1, patricius, and to Ceolswith 1; restoration of 45 hides (cassati) at Bradfield, Bestlesford (near Basildon) and Streatley, all in Berks., for the construction of a monastery
Transaction S240      Ine 1, king of the Saxons, to Froda 1, abbot; grant of 40 hides (cassati) by the river Isle, and a wood called Stretmerch, Somerset
Transaction S239      Ine 1, king of the West Saxons, to Hæha 1, abbot; grant of 15 hides (cassati) at Bradfield, 15 at Bestlesforda (near Basildon), 25 at Streatley and 80 at Æaromundeslee, all in Berks.
Transaction S239      Ine 1, king of the West Saxons, to Hæha 1, abbot; grant of 15 hides (cassati) at Bradfield, 15 at Bestlesforda (near Basildon), 25 at Streatley and 80 at Æaromundeslee, all in Berks.
Transaction S239      Ine 1, king of the West Saxons, to Hæha 1, abbot; grant of 15 hides (cassati) at Bradfield, 15 at Bestlesforda (near Basildon), 25 at Streatley and 80 at Æaromundeslee, all in Berks.
Transaction S237      Centwine 1, king of the Saxons, to Hæmgils 2, abbot of Glastonbury; grant of 23 hides (mansiones) near Quantock Wood and 3 hides (cassati) at Crycbeorh (probably Creechbarrow Hill, near Taunton), Somerset
Transaction S235      Cædwalla 1, king of the (West) Saxons, to Cedde 1, Cissa 1 and Criswa 1 (? Crispa); grant, for the foundation of a minster, of 60 hides (cassati) at Farnham, Surrey, including 10 at Binton and 2 at Churt, Surrey, and land at Cusanweoh
Transaction S235      Cædwalla 1, king of the (West) Saxons, to Cedde 1, Cissa 1 and Criswa 1 (? Crispa); grant, for the foundation of a minster, of 60 hides (cassati) at Farnham, Surrey, including 10 at Binton and 2 at Churt, Surrey, and land at Cusanweoh
Office S1795    Edgar 11 held office of Basileus (basileus of the English, reigning over Britain)
Office S1794    Eadwig 4 held office of King (king of the English)
Office S1791    Sigeric 4 held office of King (king of the East Saxons)
Office S1791    Wiglaf 1 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S1790    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S1786    Cenred 2 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S1784    Offa 3 held office of King (king of the East Saxons)
Office S1785    Sigeheard 1 held office of King (king of the East Saxons)
Office S1785    Cenred 2 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Transaction Anon.VitWillehadi  8   A cell in Francia, at Mont-Justin
Office S1783    Æthelred 2 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office Anon.VitWillehadi  8 Willehad 1 held office of Bishop
Office Anon.VitWillehadi  8 Willehad 1 held office of Bishop
Office Anon.VitWillehadi  8 Willehad 1 held office of Bishop
Office Anon.VitWillehadi  8 Willehad 1 held office of Bishop
Office Anon.VitWillehadi  8 Willehad 1 held office of Bishop
Office Anon.VitWillehadi  8 Willehad 1 held office of Bishop
Event Anon.VitWillehadi  8   Charlemagne 1 made Willehad 1 be consecrated bishop in Worms and gave him as a diocese the area of Wigmodia, Laergau, Rustringerland, Ostringien, Norden and Wangerland.
Event Anon.VitWillehadi  8   Charlemagne 1 made Willehad 1 be consecrated bishop in Worms and gave him as a diocese the area of Wigmodia, Laergau, Rustringerland, Ostringien, Norden and Wangerland.
Event Anon.VitWillehadi  8   Charlemagne 1 made Willehad 1 be consecrated bishop in Worms and gave him as a diocese the area of Wigmodia, Laergau, Rustringerland, Ostringien, Norden and Wangerland.
Event Anon.VitWillehadi  8   Charlemagne 1 made Willehad 1 be consecrated bishop in Worms and gave him as a diocese the area of Wigmodia, Laergau, Rustringerland, Ostringien, Norden and Wangerland.
Event Anon.VitWillehadi  8   Charlemagne 1 made Willehad 1 be consecrated bishop in Worms and gave him as a diocese the area of Wigmodia, Laergau, Rustringerland, Ostringien, Norden and Wangerland.
Event Anon.VitWillehadi  8   Charlemagne 1 made Willehad 1 be consecrated bishop in Worms and gave him as a diocese the area of Wigmodia, Laergau, Rustringerland, Ostringien, Norden and Wangerland.
Event Anon.VitWillehadi  8   Willehad 1 went to Eresburg, in Saxony, to meet Charlemagne 1
Event Anon.VitWillehadi  8   Willehad 1 went back to Wigmodia, where he started preaching again, restoring churches and finding adequate people to minister at each of them.
Event Anon.VitWillehadi  6   In order to avoid Widukind 1's persecutions, Willehad 1 fled from Wigmodia to Frisia.
Event Anon.VitWillehadi  6   In order to avoid Widukind 1's persecutions, Willehad 1 fled from Wigmodia to Frisia.
Event Anon.VitWillehadi  6   In order to avoid Widukind 1's persecutions, Willehad 1 fled from Wigmodia to Frisia.
Event Anon.VitWillehadi  5   Willehad 1 started to build churches in the pagus of Wigmodia and ordain priests for them.
Event Anon.VitWillehadi  5   Willehad 1 went to the pagus of Wigmodia, where Charlemagne 1 had sent him to instruct the people. During his second year in that pagus all the Frisians and the Saxons who lived there had promised they would become Christians.
Event Anon.VitWillehadi  5   Charlemagne 1 summoned Willehad 1 and after having tested his faith and morals sent him to Saxony, in the pagus called Wigmodia
Event Willibald.VitBonifatii  5, p. 23   Boniface 5 went into Francia accompanied by his brethren (Anonymi 761).
Event Willibald.VitBonifatii  5, p. 24   Willibrord 1 propagated the gospel with his fellow-missionaries (Anonymi 762)
Event Willibald.VitBonifatii  6, p. 31   Many of the Hessians who had acknowledged the Catholic faith were confirmed. But others still refused to accept the teachings of the church. In their presence Boniface 5 attempted to cut down a certain oak of extraordinary size called by the pagans the Oak of Jupiter. He made a superficial cut and the oak burst asunder into four parts, each part having a trunk of equal length.
Event Willibald.VitBonifatii  6, pp. 31-2   After taking counsel with the brethren (Anonymi 766), Boniface 5 built an oratory from the timber of the oak and dedicated it to St Peter.
Event Willibald.VitBonifatii  6, p. 32   Boniface 5 addressed the elders (Anonymi 759) and the chiefs (Anonymi 760) of the people, calling on them to return to the Christian religion that they had formerly embraced.
Event Willibald.VitBonifatii  7, p. 37   After traversing Italy, Boniface 5 came to the walls of the city of Ticena. He rested a while with Liutprand 1.
Event Willibald.VitBonifatii  7, p. 38   Boniface 5 divided the province of Bavaria in four dioceses.
Event Willibald.VitBonifatii  8, pp. 48-55   Boniface 5 took with him a number of personal followers (Anonymi 777) and pitched a camp on the banks of the river Bordne. Here he fixed a day on which he would confirm all the neophytes who had been recently baptized.But on the appointed day enemies (Anonymi 778) came instead of friends, armed with spears and shields. Boniface 5 called the clergy to his side, collected the relics of the saints that he always carried with him and came out of his tent. He reproved the attendants and forbade them to continue the conflict. Then, he addressed his clergy to give them courage. Then the frenzied mob of pagans rushed upon them and killed them.
Event Willibald.VitBonifatii  8, pp. 54-5   The body was brought to the spot that Boniface 5 had decided upon during his lifetime. A new sarcophagus was made in the church and the body was laid in it with all the customary rites of burial.
Event Willibald.VitBonifatii  9   A plan was drawn up to raise an enormous mound of earth on the spot where Boniface 5 had been killed because of the violent neap and spring tides that caused disturbances in the incoming and outcoming floods of water. On the mound they proposed to build a church and a monastery. When the mound had been raised the residents of the district began to discuss the difficulty of obtaining fresh water. Abba 3, director of the work in question inspected the mound with some attendants. The horse of one of the attendants suddenly trod upon the ground and rolled helplessly about. At once, on that very spot a fountain of water came bubbling up until it formed a considerable spring.
Office Willibald.VitBonifatii  5, p. 23-4 Charles 1 held office of Dux
Office Willibald.VitBonifatii  6, p. 34 Gregory 2 held office of Pope
Office Willibald.VitBonifatii  6, p. 32 Heden 1 held office of Ruler
Office Willibald.VitBonifatii  6, p. 35 Hugobert 1 held office of Dux
Office Willibald.VitBonifatii  4 Ine 1 held office of King
Office Willibald.VitBonifatii  7, p. 37 Odilo 2 held office of Dux
Office Willibald.VitBonifatii  4, p. 16 Radbod 1 held office of King (king of the Frisians)
Office Willibald.VitBonifatii  5, p. 32 Theobald 2 held office of Ruler
Office Willibald.VitBonifatii  4, p. 14 Winberht 1 held office of Abbot
Transaction S45      Nothhelm 1, king of Sussex, to Nothgyth 1, his sister; grant, in order to found a minster, of 33 hides (cassati) at Lidsey, Aldingbourne, Lenstedegate (? Westergate in Aldington) and (North) Mundham, Sussex
Event Hygeburg.VitWillibaldi  3, pp. 91-2   Willibald 4, his father (Anonymous 293) and brother (Wynnebald 1) set out on the journey. They took with them money and a band of friends and came to a place called Hambelmouth, near the port of Hamwih. They sailed and riched the banks of the river Seine. They encamped near Rouen and visited the shrines of the saints which were on their way. Then they came to Gorthonicum and pursuing their journey they came to Lucca, where Willibald 4's father died. After burying their father, the two brothers continued their journey and finally reached Rome.
Office ASC  Pref. AG Ine 1 held office of King
Office ASC  680 ACDEF(OE and Lat.)G, <680> B Hild 1 held office of Abbess (Abbess at Streoneshealh)
Office ASC  794 ACDEF(OE and Lat.)G, <794> B Ecgfrith 7 held office of King
Office ASC  Pref. AG Ecgberht 10 held office of King
Office ASC  784 A Ealhmund 4 held office of King (King within Kent)
Office ASC  738 ACDEF(OE and Lat.), <738> B Eadberht 11 held office of King
Office ASC  Pref. AG Cynric 1 held office of King
Office ASC  874 ADEG, <875> B, 875 C Ceolwulf 11 held office of King
Office ASC  Pref. AG Cynewulf 4 held office of King
Office ASC  Pref. AG Cynegils 1 held office of King
Office ASC  741 AG, <740> B, 740 CDEF(OE and Lat.) Cuthred 7 held office of King
Office ASC  731 ACDG, <731> B, 729 E Ceolwulf 3 held office of King
Office ASC  Pref. AG Ceolwulf 2 held office of King
Office ASC  Pref. AG Ceol 1 held office of King
Office ASC  Pref. AG Cenwealh 2 held office of King
Office ASC  Pref. AG Cædwalla 1 held office of King
Office ASC  Pref. AG Centwine 1 held office of King
Office ASC  Pref. AG Beorhtric 1 held office of King
Office ASC  836 ACDEF(OE and Lat.)G, <836> B Beorhtric 1 held office of King (King of the West Saxons)
Office ASC  Pref. AG Alfred 8 held office of King
Office ASC  Pref. AG Æthelwulf 1 held office of King
Office ASC  Pref. AG Æthelred 15 held office of King
Office ASC  868 ADEF(Lat.)G, <869> B, 869 C Æthelred 15 held office of King (King of the West Saxons)
Office ASC  866 ADEF(OE and Lat.)G, <867> B, 867 C Æthelred 15 held office of King (King of the West Saxons)
Office ASC  Pref. AG Æthelheard 6 held office of King
Office ASC  Pref. AG Æthelberht 9 held office of King
Office ASC  716 ADEG, <716/17> B, <717> C Æthelbald 4 held office of King
Office ASC  Pref. AG Æscwine 2 held office of King
Office ASC  Pref. AG Æthelbald 13 held office of King
Office ASC  674 ACEG, <674> B Æscwine 2 held office of King
Office ASC  Pref. AG Æthelred 15 He [sc. Æthelred 15] held [the kingdom] for 5 years.
Event ASC  Pref. AG   Alfred 8 acceded to the kingdom 396 years after his kin first conquered the land of the West Saxons from the Wealas (Anonymi 1276).
Event ASC  Pref. AG   Then Æthelred 15 acceded to the kingdom.
Event ASC  Pref. AG   Then Alfred 8 acceded to the kingdom.
Office ASC  Pref. AG Æthelberht 9 He [sc. Æthelberht 9] held [the kingdom] for 5 years.
Event ASC  Pref. AG   Then Æthelberht 9 acceded to [the kingdom].
Office ASC  Pref. AG Æthelberht 11 He [sc. Æthelbald 13] held [the kingdom] for 5 years.
Event ASC  Pref. AG   Then Æthelbald 13 acceded to the kingdom.
Office ASC  Pref. AG Æthelwulf 1 He [sc. Æthelwulf 1] held [the kingdom] for eighteen and a half years.
Event ASC  Pref. AG   Then Æthelwulf 1 acceded to [the kingdom].
Office ASC  Pref. AG Ecgberht 10 He [sc. Ecgberht 10] held [the kingdom] 37 years and 7 months.
Event ASC  Pref. AG   Then Ecgberht 10 acceded to the kingdom.
Office ASC  Pref. AG Beorhtric 1 He [sc. Beorhtric 1] held [the kingdom] for 16 years.
Event ASC  Pref. AG   Then Beorhtric 1 acceded to the kingdom.
Office ASC  Pref. AG Cynewulf 4 He [sc. Cynewulf 4] held [the kingdom] for 31 years.
Event ASC  Pref. AG   The Cynewulf 4 acceded to the kingdom.
Office ASC  Pref. AG Sigeberht 4 He [sc. Sigeberht 4] held [the kingdom] for one year.
Event ASC  Pref. AG   Then Sigeberht 4 acceded to [the kingdom].
Office ASC  Pref. AG Cuthred 7 He [sc. Cuthred 7] held [the kingdom] for 17 years.
Event ASC  Pref. AG   The Cuthred 7 acceded to [the kingdom]
Office ASC  Pref. AG Æthelheard 6 He [sc. Æthelheard 6] held [the kingdom] for 14 years.
Event ASC  Pref. AG   Then Æthelheard 6 acceded to [the kingdom].
Office ASC  Pref. AG Ine 1 He [sc. Ine 1] held [the kingdom] for 37 years.
Event ASC  Pref. AG   Then Ine 1 acceded to the kingdom of the Saxons.
Office ASC  Pref. AG Cædwalla 1 He [sc. Cædwalla 1] held [the kingdom] for 3 years.
Event ASC  Pref. AG   Then Cædwalla 1 acceded to the kingdom.
Office ASC  Pref. AG Centwine 1 He [sc. Centwine 1] reigned for 7 years.
Office ASC  Pref. AG Æscwine 2 He [sc. Æscwine 2] held [the kingdom] for two years.
Event ASC  Pref. AG   Then Centwine 1 acceded to the kingdom of the West Saxons.
Event ASC  Pref. AG   Then Æscwine 2 acceded to the kingdom.
Office ASC  Pref. AG Seaxburg 2 Then Seaxburg 2 held the kingdom after him [sc. Cenwealh 2].
Office ASC  Pref. AG Cynegils 1 [Cynegils 1] reigned for 31 years.
Office ASC  Pref. AG Cenwealh 2 He [sc. Cenwealh 2] held [the kingdom] for 31 years.
Event ASC  Pref. AG   Then Cenwealh 2 acceded to [the kingdom].
Event ASC  Pref. AG   Then Cynegils 1 acceded to the kingdom.
Office ASC  Pref. AG Ceolwulf 2 Ceolwulf 2 reigned for 17 years.
Office ASC  Pref. AG Ceolwulf 2 When he [sc. Ceol 1] departed, then Ceolwulf 2 succeded his brother [sc. Ceol 1] to [the kingdom].
Office ASC  Pref. AG Ceol 1 Ceol 1 held [the kingdom] for 6 years.
Event ASC  Pref. AG   When he [sc. Cynric 1] departed, then Ceol 1 acceded to the kingdom.
Office ASC  Pref. AG Cynric 1 Cynric 1 held [the kingdom] for 17 years.
Event ASC  Pref. AG   When he [sc. Cerdic 1] departed, then Cynric 1 acceded to the kingdom
Event ASC  Pref. AG   They [sc. Cerdic 1 and Cynric 1] conquered the kingdom of the West Saxons. They were the first kings to conquer the land of the West Saxons from the Wealas (Anonymi 1276).
Event ASC  Pref. AG   Cerdic 1 and Cynric 1 landed at Cerdicesora with five ships (Anonymi 785)
Office ASC  754 ACDEG, <754> B Sigeberht 4 Sigeberht 4 ruled for one year.
Event ASC  754 ACDEG, <754> B   Sigeberht 4 acceded to the kingdom of the West Saxons.
Event ASC  674 ACEG, <674> B   Here Æscwine 2 acceded to the kingdom among the West Saxons.
Event ASC  794 ACDEF(OE and Lat.)G, <794> B   Eadberht 18 received the kingdom in Kent.
Event ASC  866 ADEF(OE and Lat.)G, <867> B, 867 C   Here Æthelred 15 acceded to the kingdom of the West Saxons.
Event ASC  800 ACDEG, <800> B, 801 F(OE and Lat.)   Ecgberht 10 acceded to the kingdom of the West Saxons.
Event ASC  794 ACDEF(OE and Lat.)G, <794> B   Ecgfrith 7 acceded to the kingdom of the Mercians [F(Lat.) substitutes: began to reign in Mercia].
Office ASC  784 A Ealhmund 4 At this time Ealhmund 4 reigned within Kent.
Event ASC  784 ADEG, <783/4> B, 783 C   Then Beorhtric 1 received the kingdom of the West Saxons.
Event ASC  755 ACDEF(OE and Lat.)G, <755> B   Offa 7 acceded to the kingdom [F(OE): seized the kingdom of the Mercians].
Office ASC  741 AG, <740> B, 740 CDE Cuthred 7 Cuthred 7 held [the kingdom of the West Saxons] for sixteen [BC: twenty-six] years.
Event ASC  741 AG, <740> B, 740 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   Cuthred 7 acceded to the kingdom of the West Saxons.
Office ASC  738 ACDE, <738> B Eadberht 11 Eadberht 11 held [the kingdom of the Northumbrians] for twenty-one years.
Office ASC  728 AG, <726> B, 726 CDEF(OE and Lat.) Æthelheard 6 Æthelheard 6 held [the kingdom of the West Saxons] for fourteen years.
Event ASC  738 ACDEF(OE and Lat.), <738> B   Here Eadberht 11 acceded to the kingdom of the Northumbrians.
Event ASC  728 AG, <726> B, 726 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   Æthelheard 6 acceded to the kingdom of the West Saxons
Event ASC  725 A   Eadberht 7 acceded to the kingdom of Kent.
Office ASC  716 ADEG, <716/17> B, <717> C Æthelbald 4 Æthelbald 4 held [the kingdom among the Mercians] for forty-one years.
Event ASC  716 ADEG, <716/17> B, <717> C   Then Æthelbald 4 acceded to the kingdom among the Mercians.
Office ASC  670 ACEF(OE and Lat.)G, <670> B Leuthhere 2 held office of Bishop
Office ASC  694 ACDEF(OE and Lat.)G, <694> B Wihtred 1 [Wihtred 1] held [the kingdom of the Dwellers in Kent] for thirty-one [E: twenty-three] years.
Event ASC  694 ACDEF(OE and Lat.)G, <694> B   Here Wihtred 1 acceded to the kingdom of the Dwellers in Kent
Office ASC  688 ACEF(OE and Lat.)G, <688> B Ine 1 [Ine 1] held [the kingdom of the West Saxons] for thirty-seven [E substitutes: twenty-seven] years.
Event ASC  688 ACEF(OE and Lat.)G, <688> B   Here [EF(OE and Lat) substitute: After him (sc. Cædwalla 1)] Ine 1 acceded to the kingdom of the West Saxons.
Event ASC  680 ACEF(OE and Lat.)G, <680> B   Hild 1 passed away [AEF(OE and Lat.)G add: at Streoneshealh].
Event ASC  676 ACEF(OE and Lat), <676> B   Centwine 1 acceded to [F(Lat. substitutes: began to reign over] the kingdom [EF(OE and Lat): of the West Saxons].
Event ASC  670 ACEF(OE and Lat.)G, <670> B   Leuthhere 2 acceded to the bishopric [F(Lat.) substitutes: was consecrated bishop] over the West Saxons.
Event ASC  657 ACG, <657> B, 656 EF(OE and Lat.)   Here Wulfhere 1 acceded to the kingdom of the Mercians.
Event ASC  655 ACG, <655> B, 654 E   Peada 1 acceded to the kingdom of the Mercians.
Event ASC  650 AF(Lat.)G, 649 BCE   Here Agilbert 1 received the bishopric among the West Saxons [E: bishoprics of the Saxons; F(Lat.) substitutes: was consecrated] after Birinus 1 [F(Lat.) omits].
Office ASC  643 AG, 641 BCE, 642 F(OE and Lat.) Cenwealh 2 [Cenwealh 2] held [the kingdom of the West Saxons] for thirty-one years.
Event ASC  643 AG, 641 BCE, 642 F(OE and Lat.)   Here Cenwealh 2 acceded to the kingdom of the West Saxons.
Office ASC  611 ABCEG Cynegils 1 Cynegils 1 ruled for thirty-one years.
Event ASC  597 ABCEG   Here Ceolwulf 2 began to reign among the West Saxons.
Event ASC  878 DE, <879> B, 879 C   The banner which they [sc. Anonymous 310 and Anonymi 941] called 'Raven' was captured there.
Event ASC  616 ABCEF(OE and Lat.)G   Eadbald 2 succeeded to the kingdom [of the dwellers in Kent].
Event ASC  616 ABCEF(OE and Lat.)G   Here Æthelberht 3 passed away.
Event ASC  611 ABCEG   Here Cynegils 1 succeeded to the West Saxon kingdom and held it for 31 years.
Event ASC  880 ADEG, <881> B, 881 C   The here (Anonymi 900) settled the land [of the East Angles (Anonymi 918)] and divided it up [sc among themselves].
Event ASC  878 ADEG, <879> B, 879 C   The here (Anonymi 900) rode over the land of the West Saxons (Anonymi 908) and occupied it.
Event ASC  877 ADEG, <878> B, 878 C   Anonymi 900 gave some [of the land of the Mercians (Anonymi 907)] to Ceolwulf 11.
Event ASC  877 ADEG, <878> B, 878 C   At harvest-time the army (Anonymi 900) went to the land of the Mercians (Anonymi 907).
Event ASC  876 ADEG, <877> B, 877 C   Anonymi 896 were ploughing and tilling [the land] for themselves.
Event ASC  876 ADEG, <877> B, 877 C   Halfdan 2 divided up the land of the Northumbrians (Anonymi 904).
Event ASC  874 ADEG, <875> B, 875 C   The army (Anonymi 34) completely overran that land [sc. of the Mercians].
Event ASC  871 ADEF(OE and Lat.)G, <872> B, 872 C   Heahmund 4 [ABCDEF(Lat.)G: and many good men (Anonymi 890)] were killed at Meretun.
Event ASC  871 ADEF(OE and Lat.)G, <872> B, 872 C   Æthelred 15 and Alfred 8 fought at Meretun against the here (Anonymi 34), [ABCDEG: who gained the victory].
Event ASC  851 ADEG, <853> B, 853 C   Here Ceorl 2 and others (Anonymi 854) fought against heathen men (Anonymi 853) and gained the victory.
Event ASC  836 ACG, <836> B   He [sc. Æthelwulf 1] gave to his son, Æthelstan 3, the kingdom of the dwellers in Kent and the East Saxons and Surrey and the South Saxons.
Event ASC  836 ACG, <836> B   He [sc. Æthelwulf 1] gave to his son, Æthelstan 3, the kingdom of the dwellers in Kent and the East Saxons and Surrey and the South Saxons.
Event ASC  836 ACDEF(OE and Lat.)G, <836> B   Offa 7 and Beorhtric 1 had caused Ecgberht 10 before he became king to flee from England to Francia for three years.
Event ASC  828 ACDEF(OE and Lat.)G, <828> B   Here Wiglaf 1 again received the kingdom of the Mercians.
Event ASC  827 ACDEG, <827> B, 826 F(OE and Lat.)   Ecgberht 10 conquered the kingdom of the Mercians and all that was south of the Humber.
Event ASC  827 ACDEG, <827> B, 826 F(OE and Lat.)   Ecgberht 10 conquered the kingdom of the Mercians and all that was south of the Humber.
Event ASC  796 ACDEF(OE and Lat.)G, <796> B   They [presumably Cenwulf 3 and his men] seized Eadberht 18 and led him to the Mercians (Anonymi 860) [F(Lat.) substitutes: into Mercia].
Event ASC  755 ACDEG, <755> B   Anonymi 821, Osric 6 and Wigfrith 7 killed Cyneheard 3 and all of Anonymi 820 except for the godson of Osric 6 (Anonymous 303).
Event ASC  755 ACDEG, <755> B   Cyneheard 3 and Anonymi 820 were killed by Anonymi 819 except for a British hostage (Anonymous 302).
Event ASC  755 ACDEG, <755> B   After Cyneheard 3 surrounded Cynewulf 4 on Merantune, Cynewulf 4 was killed.
Event ASC  752 ACDEG, <752> B   Here Cuthred 7 fought against Æthelbald 4 æt Beorgforda.
Event ASC  910 A, <911> B, 911 CDG   The here (Anonymi 1020) harried in the land of the Mercians.
Event ASC  904 A, <905> B, 905 CDG   Led [A: Incited] by Æthelwald 35, the here (Anonymi 1014) amongst the East Angles (Anonymi 996) raided across the land of the Mercians and places across the Thames.
Event ASC  896 A, <897> B, 897 CD, 897G (pp.68-9)   The hergas (Anonymi 1014 and Anonymi 1020) from among the East Angles (Anonymi 996) and Northumbrians (Anonymi 1021) afflicted the land of the West Saxons.
Event ASC  895 A, <896> B, 896 CDG   [Alfred 8] camped in the vicinity of the burh at harvest-time.
Event ASC  894 A, <895> B, 895 CDG   The here (Anonymi 1013) went to Mersea Island.
Event ASC  894 A, <895> B, 895 CDG   The here (Anonymi 1013) went to Mersea Island.
Event ASC  894 A, <895> B, 895 CDG   The here (Anonymi 1013) went to Mersea Island.
Event ASC  893 A (p. 58), <894> B (p. 43), 894 C (p. 68), 894 D (p. 33), 894 G (p. 65)   The portion who saved themselves by flight (Anonymi 984) returned to their fortification and ships among the East Saxons (Anonymi 1016)
Transaction S234      Cædwalla 1, king, to Aldhelm 3, abbot; grant of 140 hides (manentes) on both sides of the wood called Kemele (Kemble, Gloucs.), 30 on the east side of the wood of Braydon, Wilts., and 5 at the confluence of the rivers Avon and Wylye
Transaction S233      Swæfheard 1, king of Kent, to Ecgbald 1, abbot; grant of adjoining 20 hides at Hoo and woodland at Fercanhamstede
Transaction S232      Cædwalla 1, king, to Wilfrid 2, bishop, in order to found a monastery at Selsey; grant of 55 hides (tributarii) at Selsey, Medmerry, Wittering, Itchenor, Birdham, Egesawde, Bessenheie, Brinfast and Sidlesham, with 6 hides (cassati) at Aldingbourne and Lidsey, 6 at Geinstidegate (? Westergate), 8 at (North) Mundham, 8 at [Amberley and] Houghton and 4 at Coldwaltham, all in Sussex
Transaction S232      Cædwalla 1, king, to Wilfrid 2, bishop, in order to found a monastery at Selsey; grant of 55 hides (tributarii) at Selsey, Medmerry, Wittering, Itchenor, Birdham, Egesawde, Bessenheie, Brinfast and Sidlesham, with 6 hides (cassati) at Aldingbourne and Lidsey, 6 at Geinstidegate (? Westergate), 8 at (North) Mundham, 8 at [Amberley and] Houghton and 4 at Coldwaltham, all in Sussex
Transaction S232      Cædwalla 1, king, to Wilfrid 2, bishop, in order to found a monastery at Selsey; grant of 55 hides (tributarii) at Selsey, Medmerry, Wittering, Itchenor, Birdham, Egesawde, Bessenheie, Brinfast and Sidlesham, with 6 hides (cassati) at Aldingbourne and Lidsey, 6 at Geinstidegate (? Westergate), 8 at (North) Mundham, 8 at [Amberley and] Houghton and 4 at Coldwaltham, all in Sussex
Transaction S232      Cædwalla 1, king, to Wilfrid 2, bishop, in order to found a monastery at Selsey; grant of 55 hides (tributarii) at Selsey, Medmerry, Wittering, Itchenor, Birdham, Egesawde, Bessenheie, Brinfast and Sidlesham, with 6 hides (cassati) at Aldingbourne and Lidsey, 6 at Geinstidegate (? Westergate), 8 at (North) Mundham, 8 at [Amberley and] Houghton and 4 at Coldwaltham, all in Sussex
Transaction S232      Cædwalla 1, king, to Wilfrid 2, bishop, in order to found a monastery at Selsey; grant of 55 hides (tributarii) at Selsey, Medmerry, Wittering, Itchenor, Birdham, Egesawde, Bessenheie, Brinfast and Sidlesham, with 6 hides (cassati) at Aldingbourne and Lidsey, 6 at Geinstidegate (? Westergate), 8 at (North) Mundham, 8 at [Amberley and] Houghton and 4 at Coldwaltham, all in Sussex
Transaction S20      Wihtred 1, king of Kent, to the churches and monasteries of Kent; confirmation of privileges
Transaction S18      Wihtred 1, king of Kent, to Abbess Æbbe 3; grant of 40 hides (manentes) at Hæg
Transaction S17      Wihtred 1, king of Kent, to Mildrith 1, abbess; grant of privileges for Minster-in-Thanet
Transaction S1249      Hædde 2, bishop (of Winchester), to Hæmgils 2, abbot (of Glastonbury); grant of 3 hides (cassati) at Leigh in Street and 2 hides (manentes) at Meare, Somerset
Transaction S1246      Æthelred 4 to Eorcenwald 1, bishop; grant of 75 hides (manentes) at Ricingahaam, Bydinhaam, Dagenham, Angenlabeshaam and Widmundes felth (Wyfields in Great Ilford) and 10 hides (manentes) at Childerditch, all in Essex
Transaction S1246      Æthelred 4 to Eorcenwald 1, bishop; grant of 75 hides (manentes) at Ricingahaam, Bydinhaam, Dagenham, Angenlabeshaam and Widmundes felth (Wyfields in Great Ilford) and 10 hides (manentes) at Childerditch, all in Essex
Transaction S1246      Æthelred 4 to Eorcenwald 1, bishop; grant of 75 hides (manentes) at Ricingahaam, Bydinhaam, Dagenham, Angenlabeshaam and Widmundes felth (Wyfields in Great Ilford) and 10 hides (manentes) at Childerditch, all in Essex
Transaction S1246      Eorcenwald 1, bishop of the East Saxons, to his sisters in Christ [Anonymi 1061]; gift of the nunnery of Barking 1, privileges and grant and confirmation of many lands
Transaction S1246      Eorcenwald 1, bishop of the East Saxons, to his sisters in Christ [Anonymi 1061]; gift of the nunnery of Barking 1, privileges and grant and confirmation of many lands
Transaction S1246      Eorcenwald 1, bishop of the East Saxons, to his sisters in Christ [Anonymi 1061]; gift of the nunnery of Barking 1, privileges and grant and confirmation of many lands
Transaction S1246      Eorcenwald 1, bishop of the East Saxons, to his sisters in Christ [Anonymi 1061]; gift of the nunnery of Barking 1, privileges and grant and confirmation of many lands
Transaction S1245      Leuthhere 2, bishop of the Saxons, to Aldhelm 3, priest; grant of land at Malmesbury, Wilts., for a monastery
Transaction S1171      Æthelred 4 to Æthelburg 3, abbess, for her minster called Beddanhaam (Barking); grant of 40 hides (manentes) at Ricingahaam, Budinhaam, Dagenham, Angenlabeshaam and Widmundes felt (Wyfields in Great Ilford), all probably in Essex
Transaction S1171      Æthelred 4 to Æthelburg 3, abbess, for her minster called Beddanhaam (Barking); grant of 40 hides (manentes) at Ricingahaam, Budinhaam, Dagenham, Angenlabeshaam and Widmundes felt (Wyfields in Great Ilford), all probably in Essex
Transaction S1171      Æthelred 4 to Æthelburg 3, abbess, for her minster called Beddanhaam (Barking); grant of 40 hides (manentes) at Ricingahaam, Budinhaam, Dagenham, Angenlabeshaam and Widmundes felt (Wyfields in Great Ilford), all probably in Essex
Transaction S1170      Baldred 1 to Aldhelm 3, abbot; grant of 100 hides (manentes) near the river Avon, round the wood called Stercanlei (cf. Startley Farm in Great Somerford, Wilts.) and at Cnebbanburg, in exchange for 100 hides (cassati) east of the wood called Braydon, Wilts.
Transaction S1170      Baldred 1 to Aldhelm 3, abbot; grant of 100 hides (manentes) near the river Avon, round the wood called Stercanlei (cf. Startley Farm in Great Somerford, Wilts.) and at Cnebbanburg, in exchange for 100 hides (cassati) east of the wood called Braydon, Wilts.
Transaction S1165      Frithuwald 4, subregulus of Surrey, to Eorcenwald 1 and to Chertsey, St Peter's 1; grant of 200 (or 300) hides (manentes) at Chertsey and 5 at Thorpe, with 10 hides by the port of London. The property comprises land at Chertsey, Thorpe, Egham, Getinges (cf. Eaton Farm, Chobham), Molesey, Woodham in Chertsey and Hunewaldesham (lost) in Weybridge, Surrey.
Transaction S10      Mul 1, king, gave to Æbbe 3, abbess, 44 hides (manentes) in Sudaneie in Thanet and 10 at Sturry in return for money
PersonInfo Anon.MiracRicharii  16 Anonymous 424 Danish
Office S1165    Wulfhere 1 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S228    Wulfhere 1 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S68    Wulfhere 1 held office of King (king of the Mercians and the inland and South Saxons)
Office S68    Wulfhere 1 held office of King (king of the Mercians and the inland and South Saxons)
Office S68    Wulfhere 1 held office of King (king of the Mercians and the inland and South Saxons)
Office S67    Wulfhere 1 held office of King (king of the Mercian people)
Office S66    Trumwine 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the Picts)
Office S1428a    Theodore 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Britain and the city of Canterbury)
Office S233    Sigehere 1 held office of King (king of the Saxons)
Office S72    Seaxwulf 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the South Angles and of the Mercians)
Office S72    Seaxwulf 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the South Angles and of the Mercians)
Office S72    Seaxwulf 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the Mercians and Middle Angles)
Office S72    Seaxwulf 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the Mercians and Middle Angles)
Office S66    Seaxwulf 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the Mercians)
Office S68    Oswiu 1 held office of King (king of the Northumbrians)
Office S70    Oswald 2 held office of Minister (minister in the province of the Hwicce)
Office S70    Osric 2 held office of Minister (minister in the province of the Hwicce)
Office S53    Oshere 1 held office of King (king of the Hwicce)
Office S45    Nothhelm 1 held office of King (king of the South Saxons)
Office S1245    Leuthhere 2 held office of Bishop
Office S68    Jarumann 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the Mercians)
Office S252    Ine 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S241    Ine 1 held office of King (king of the Saxons)
Office S240    Ine 1 held office of King (king of the Saxons)
Office S239    Ine 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S1428a    Hlothhere 1 held office of King (king of the people of Kent)
Office S7    Hlothhere 1 held office of King (king of the people of Kent)
Office S66    Ecgfrith 4 held office of King (king of the Northumbrians)
Office S232    Eadwulf 1 held office of Dux (dux of the South Saxons)
Office S66    Eadhæd 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of Lindsey)
Office S229    Cenwealh 2 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S227    Cenwealh 2 held office of Baslieus (basileus of the West Saxons)
Office S237    Centwine 1 held office of King (king of the Saxons)
Office S45    Cenred 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S66    Cedd 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the East Saxons)
Office S235    Cædwalla 1 held office of King (king of the Saxons)
Office S233    Cædwalla 1 held office of King (king of the Saxons)
Office S6    Theodebert 1 held office of King (king of the Franks)
Office S1245    Anonymi 1061 held office of Abbot
Office S1428a    Æthelred 2 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S241    Æthelred 2 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S239    Æthelred 2 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S77    Æthelred 2 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S75    Æthelred 2 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S74    Æthelred 2 held office of King (king of Mercia)
Office S73    Æthelred 2 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S72    Æthelred 2 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S71    Æthelred 2 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S70    Æthelred 2 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S10    Æthelred 2 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S3    Æthelberht 3 held office of King (king of the English)
Status S1166    Cenfrith 2 held status of Comes / Comes
Event S235      Cædwalla 1, king of the (West) Saxons, to Cedde 1, Cissa 1 and Criswa 1 (? Crispa); grant, for the foundation of a minster, of 60 hides (cassati) at Farnham, Surrey, including 10 at Binton and 2 at Churt, Surrey, and land at Cusanweoh
Event S17      Wihtred 1, king of Kent, to Mildrith 1, abbess; grant of privileges for Minster-in-Thanet 1
Event S1245      Leuthhere 2, bishop of the Saxons, to Aldhelm 3, priest; grant of land at Malmesbury, Wilts., for a monastery
Event S1165      Frithuwald 4, subregulus of Surrey, to Eorcenwald 1 and to St Peter's minster, Chertsey; grant of 200 (or 300) hides (manentes) at Chertsey and 5 at Thorpe, with 10 hides by the port of London
Event Alcuin.VersEubor  1416-18   His parents (Anonymi 1125) gave Æthelberht 8 in boyhood to a monasterium.
Event Alcuin.VersEubor  1213-15   John 18 ended his life in the monasterium to which he had retired.
Event Alcuin.VersEubor  1170   John 18 and Anonymous 370 sat down to dine together.
Event Alcuin.VersEubor  1081 -3   Aldfrith 1 died in a period of peace after ruling for nineteen years.
Event Alcuin.VersEubor  1053-5, 1057-9   Anonymi 1094 killed Hewald 1 after a lengthy period of torture.
Event Alcuin.VersEubor  1052-4, 1058-9   Hewald 2 was immediately killed.
Event Alcuin.VersEubor  1044--51   Hewald 2 and Hewald 1 went to convert the pagan Saxons.
Event Alcuin.VersEubor  900-4   After he arose from the dead, Anonymous 362 became a monk.
Event Alcuin.VersEubor  857   Bosa 1 embellished the splendour of the church.
Event Alcuin.VersEubor  777-80   The original tomb which held Æthelthryth 2's limbs under the ground became known as a source of healing for many (Anonymi 1110) and a remedy for eye-diseases.
Event Alcuin.VersEubor  607-13   Wilfrid 2 made thousands of converts to Christ among the Frisian people (Anonymi 1086).
Event Alcuin.VersEubor  581-7   Wilfrid 2 converted peoples in many places, including South Saxony.
Event Alcuin.VersEubor  362-74   The remains of Oswald 1 were translated to Lindsey, where the local people (Anonymi 1076) buried him after seeing a fiery light.
Event Alcuin.VersEubor  357-61   Osthryth 1 saw that the remains of Oswald 1 were reburied in a church.
Event Alcuin.VersEubor  336-51   A man (Anonymous 329) collected dust from the place where Oswald 1 died; he took it to a house where a post with a cloth containing the dust proved immune to fire.
Event Alcuin.VersEubor  324-35   The traveller (Anonymous 327) led a girl in a coma (Anonymous 328) to the place where Oswald 1 died and she was healed.
Event Alcuin.VersEubor  314-23   The horse of a traveller (Anonymous 327) was healed at the spot where Oswald 1 died.
Event Alcuin.VersEubor  219, 274-81   Edwin 2 founded spacious churches in cities and endowed them with gifts.
Status Alcuin.VersEubor  236 Oswald 1 held status of Exile / Exile
Occupation Alcuin.VersEubor  1072-3 Anonymi 1116 Missionary
Occupation Alcuin.VersEubor  469 Anonymous 231 Brother
Occupation Alcuin.VersEubor  1389 Echa 1 Anchorite
Occupation Alcuin.VersEubor  1074 and cf. 1072-3 Swithberht 1 Missionary
Occupation Alcuin.VersEubor  1074 and cf. 1072-3 Wira 1 Missionary
Transaction Alcuin.VersEubor  389   Silver, gems, gold and much finery were given by Offa 7 to Lindsey 1
Possession Alcuin.VersEubor  1229 Wilfrid 4 He adorned other churches with fine gifts.
Event Anon.VitLebuini  2   After Boniface 5 was killed, Gregory 3 spent the rest of his life ministering to the young Christian community which St Willibrord 1 and other disciples of the Lord had baptised in Frisia and in the districts round about
Event Anon.VitLebuini  2   Boniface 5 was killed by the sword with 52 companions whilst preaching in Frisia
Event Anon.VitLebuini  2   Boniface 5 became so renowned for his wisdom and holiness that he was able to effect reforms in both religion and belief throughout the whole Frankish kingdoms.
Event Anon.VitLebuini  2   He first left England in the time of Charles 1
Education Anon.VitLebuini    Gregory 5 he was brought up in the service of Boniface 5 since he was a boy
Event Annals.RegFranc  808   On his return to Northumbria, Eardwulf 4 was accompanied by envoys of the pope Leo 1 and of the emperor Charlemagne 1
Event Annals.RegFranc      Eardwulf 4 was expelled from his kingdom of Northumbria
Event Annals.RegFranc  754   Boniface 5 was martyred in Frisia.
Office Annals.StBertin  839 Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king of the English)
Office Annals.StBertin  856 Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king of the western English)
Office Annals.RegFranc    Eardwulf 4 held office of King (king of the Northumbrians)
Event Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  1   Wilgils 2 was living a religious life in Christ with his wife (Anonymous 379) and all his household (Anonymi 1143), as was made plain afterwards through signs.
Event Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  1   [Wilgils 2] adopted a solitary life.
Event Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  1   Wilgils 2 served there for a great period of time with fasting and prayers and vigils to God in a certain small oratory dedicated to the apostle St Andrew.
Event Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  Cap.5   The man of God [sc. Willibrord 1] sailed from Ireland to Germania because of his devotion to preaching the Gospel.
Event Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  5   Because the Frisians (Anonymi 1152) with their king, Radbod 1, were still soiled by pagan practices, it seemed appropriate to [Willibrord 1] to go to Francia and Pippin 1.
Event Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  Cap.9   Willibrord 1 attempted to preach in Frisia and among the Danes (Anonymi 1193)
Event Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  Cap.9   Willibrord 1 attempted to preach in Frisia and among the Danes (Anonymi 1193)
Event Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  10   While [Willibrord 1] was making the journey [sc. to Anonymi 1160], he came to a certain island called Fositesland.
Event Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  10   Tossed about by a storm, the man of God [sc. Willibrord 1] stayed there [sc. on Fositesland] for some days until a suitable time for sailing should arrive after the storms had abated.
Event Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  10   Willibrord 1 baptized three men in the spring [at Fositesland].
Event Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  10   [Willibrord 1] also ordered that the animals feeding on that land [sc. at Fositesland] be slaughtered as food for themselves (Anonymi 1163).
Event Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  Cap.13   Frisia was subjugated [by Charles 1].
Event Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  13   [Charles 1 Martel] added many peoples to the kingdom of the Franks, amongst which was Frisia, Radbod 1 having been conquered.
Event Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  20   The holy preacher [sc. Willibrord 1] went with haste to Frisia for the sake of preaching the gospel, as was his custom.
Office Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  23 Charlemagne 1 held office of Emperor
Office Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  9 Ongend 1 held office of King
Office Aldhelm.CarmEccl  iii.3 Centwine 1 held office of King
Office Aldhelm.EpArcic  Inscrip. Aldfrith 1 held office of King
Event Alcuin.Epitaph.2  Lines 9-10   He [sc. Æthelberht 8] sought the city of Rome and the kingdoms of the Franks.
Event Aldhelm.CarmEccl  iii.19   Cædwalla 1 abdicated soon after succeeding to the throne.
Event Aldhelm.CarmEccl  iii.1-2, 38-41   Bugga 1 built a church dedicated to the Virgin Mary: of a lofty construction, it had twelve altars and an apse dedicated to the Virgin.
Possession Æthelwulf.CarmAbb  4 Eanmund 1 He gave land to St Peter's (Lindisfarne?)
Office Æthelwulf.CarmAbb  12 Eanmund 1 held office of Abbot
Office Æthelwulf.CarmAbb  2 Osred 1 held office of Ruler
Event Æthelwulf.CarmAbb  12   Eanmund 1's limbs were placed in a fitting tomb under the roof of the church
Event Adalhelmus.MiracOpportunae  p. 68   Adalhelmus 1 was imprisoned by the 'Normans' (Danes?) and sold to the regions beyond the sea
Event Anon.MiracBertini  4   He went to the monastery of St Bertin where he spent a long time
Office Ulmarus.MiracVedasti  7 Anonymous 419 held office of
Occupation Anon.MiracAustrebertae  43 Anonymi 1213 Brother
Possession LiberPontificalis  vol. II, p. 74, l. 32: Gregory IV, 9 Gregory 6 Among various other gifts he gave to the church of San Marco in Rome 12 bowls fashioned with English workmanship
Transaction S53      Oshere 1, king of the Hwicce, to Cuthswith 1, abbess; grant of 15 hides (tributarii) at Penintanham (probably Inkberrow, Worcs.) and Dyllawidu (?), for the foundation of a minster
Transaction S68      Wulfhere 1, king of the Mercians and the inland and South Angles, to St Peter's, Medeshamstede; confirmation and grant of many estates
Transaction S68      Wulfhere 1, king of the Mercians and the inland and South Angles, to St Peter's, Medeshamstede; confirmation and grant of many estates
Transaction S68      Wulfhere 1, king of the Mercians and the inland and South Angles, to St Peter's, Medeshamstede; confirmation and grant of many estates
Transaction S68      Wulfhere 1, king of the Mercians and the inland and South Angles, to St Peter's, Medeshamstede; confirmation and grant of many estates
Transaction S68      Wulfhere 1, king of the Mercians and the inland and South Angles, to St Peter's, Medeshamstede; confirmation and grant of many estates
Transaction S68      Wulfhere 1, king of the Mercians and the inland and South Angles, to St Peter's, Medeshamstede; confirmation and grant of many estates
Transaction S68      Wulfhere 1, king of the Mercians and the inland and South Angles, to St Peter's, Medeshamstede; confirmation and grant of many estates
Transaction S68      Wulfhere 1, king of the Mercians and the inland and South Angles, to St Peter's, Medeshamstede; confirmation and grant of many estates
Transaction S68      Wulfhere 1, king of the Mercians and the inland and South Angles, to St Peter's, Medeshamstede; confirmation and grant of many estates
Transaction S68      Wulfhere 1, king of the Mercians and the inland and South Angles, to St Peter's, Medeshamstede; confirmation and grant of many estates
Transaction S68      Wulfhere 1, king of the Mercians and the inland and South Angles, to St Peter's, Medeshamstede; confirmation and grant of many estates
Transaction S68      Wulfhere 1, king of the Mercians and the inland and South Angles, to St Peter's, Medeshamstede; confirmation and grant of many estates
Transaction S72      Æthelred 2, king, to St Peter's, Medeshamstede; grant of land at Breedon on the Hill, Leics.; Hrepingas (? Repton, Derbys.); Cedenac; Swineshead, Lincs.; Heanbyrig; Lodeshale; Shifnal, Salop.; Costesford; Stretford (? Stretford, Salop.); Wattlesborough and Lizard, Salop.; Æthelhuniglond (? in Kent); and Bardney, Lincs.
Transaction S72      Æthelred 2, king, to St Peter's, Medeshamstede; grant of land at Breedon on the Hill, Leics.; Hrepingas (? Repton, Derbys.); Cedenac; Swineshead, Lincs.; Heanbyrig; Lodeshale; Shifnal, Salop.; Costesford; Stretford (? Stretford, Salop.); Wattlesborough and Lizard, Salop.; Æthelhuniglond (? in Kent); and Bardney, Lincs.
Transaction S72      Æthelred 2, king, to St Peter's, Medeshamstede; grant of land at Breedon on the Hill, Leics.; Hrepingas (? Repton, Derbys.); Cedenac; Swineshead, Lincs.; Heanbyrig; Lodeshale; Shifnal, Salop.; Costesford; Stretford (? Stretford, Salop.); Wattlesborough and Lizard, Salop.; Æthelhuniglond (? in Kent); and Bardney, Lincs.
Transaction S72      Æthelred 2, king, to St Peter's, Medeshamstede; grant of land at Breedon on the Hill, Leics.; Hrepingas (? Repton, Derbys.); Cedenac; Swineshead, Lincs.; Heanbyrig; Lodeshale; Shifnal, Salop.; Costesford; Stretford (? Stretford, Salop.); Wattlesborough and Lizard, Salop.; Æthelhuniglond (? in Kent); and Bardney, Lincs.
Transaction S72      Æthelred 2, king, to St Peter's, Medeshamstede; grant of land at Breedon on the Hill, Leics.; Hrepingas (? Repton, Derbys.); Cedenac; Swineshead, Lincs.; Heanbyrig; Lodeshale; Shifnal, Salop.; Costesford; Stretford (? Stretford, Salop.); Wattlesborough and Lizard, Salop.; Æthelhuniglond (? in Kent); and Bardney, Lincs.
Transaction S72      Æthelred 2, king, to St Peter's, Medeshamstede; grant of land at Breedon on the Hill, Leics.; Hrepingas (? Repton, Derbys.); Cedenac; Swineshead, Lincs.; Heanbyrig; Lodeshale; Shifnal, Salop.; Costesford; Stretford (? Stretford, Salop.); Wattlesborough and Lizard, Salop.; Æthelhuniglond (? in Kent); and Bardney, Lincs.
Transaction S8      Hlothhere 1, king of Kent, to Abbot Beorhtwald 6 and his minster [Reculver 1]; grant of land at Westanae on the Isle of Thanet, and in Sturry, Kent
Possession S1165    Frithuwald 4
Possession S1165    Frithuwald 4
Office Deneberht.ProfEpis.R3  2 Deneberht 1 held office of Bishop
Office Kenestec.ProfEpis.R27    Kenestec 1 held office of Bishop-elect (elected as worthy to the episcopal see among the people of Cornwall in the Monasterium which is called in the language of the Britains Dinnurrium.)
Event Annals.ContBedae  572.740, 574.740   Æthelbald 4 by wicked deceit devastated part of [the land of the] Northumbrians.
Transaction S1250      Statement by Ecgwine 1, bishop of the Hwicce, of the lands he acquired for the minster at Evesham, St Mary's
Transaction S90      Æthelbald 4, king of the Mercians, to the Kentish churches; confirmation of privileges - freedom from all secular burdens except military expedition, bridge- and castle-building
Transaction S88      Confirmation by Beorhtwulf 2, king of Mercians of grant by Æthelbald 4, king of the Mercians, to Ealdwulf 5, bishop, and the church of St Andrew (Rochester, St Andrew's 1) of remission of the toll due on one ship at London
Transaction S65      Ceolred 1, king of Mercians, to [Wealdhere 2], bishop; confirmation of 30 hides (cassati) at Twickenham, Middx.
Transaction S22      Wihtred 1, king of Kent, to the churches and monasteries of Kent; confirmation of privileges and immunity to the churches and monasteries of Kent, with specific prohibition of lay domination over St Peter's at Upmynster, Reculver, Minster-in-Thanet, Dover, Folkestone, Lyminge, Minster-in-Sheppey and Hoo
Transaction S250      Ine 1, king (of Wessex), to the church at Glastonbury 1; general grant of privileges and reference to dependent churches at Sowy, Middlezoy, Brent, Moorlinch, Shapwick, Street, Butleigh and Pilton
Transaction S1410      Lulla 2, handmaid of Christ, to Glastonbury 1 Abbey; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at Baltonsborough, Somerset, and at Scobbanwirht' [with mention of land at Lottisham and Lydford, Somerset, placed at King Æthelbald 4's disposal]
Transaction S1179      Hæha 1 to Ceolswith 1, his sister; grant for life of 48 hides (cassati) at Bradfield, 55 at Escesdun (i.e. the Berkshire Downs) and 73 at Earmundeslea (cf. Bessels Leigh), Berks., with reversion to himself or the minster (probably at Bradfield)
Transaction S1179      Hæha 1 to Ceolswith 1, his sister; grant for life of 48 hides (cassati) at Bradfield, 55 at Escesdun (i.e. the Berkshire Downs) and 73 at Earmundeslea (cf. Bessels Leigh), Berks., with reversion to himself or the minster (probably at Bradfield)
Transaction S253      Æthelheard 6, king of the West Saxons, and Queen Frithugyth 1 to Cengisl 1, abbot, and the familia in Glastonbury 1 minster; grant of 60 hides (manentes) at Pouholt (cf. Polden Hills, Somerset)
Transaction S253      Æthelheard 6, king of the West Saxons, and Queen Frithugyth 1 to Cengisl 1, abbot, and the familia in Glastonbury 1 minster; grant of 60 hides (manentes) at Pouholt (cf. Polden Hills, Somerset)
Transaction S251      Ine 1, king of the West Saxons, to the familia at Glastonbury 1; grant of 12 hides (manentes) at Sowy (cf. Othery, Middlezoy and Westonzoyland), Somerset
Transaction S250      Ine 1, king (of Wessex), to the church at Glastonbury 1; grant of 10 hides at Brent, 10 at Sowy (cf. Middlezoy, Westonzoyland), 20 at Pilton, 20 at Doulting and 1 at Bleadney, Somerset
Transaction S96      Æthelbald 4, king of the Mercians, to Eanberht 4, abbot; grant of 10 hides (cassati) near the wood called Toccan sceaga (Tockenham, Wilts.) and the tumulus called Reada beorg
Transaction S94      Æthelbald 4, king of the Mercians and of the South Angles, to Æthelric 4, comes; grant of 20 hides (cassati) in region ... Stoppingas at Wootton, Warwicks.
Transaction S89      Æthelbald 4, king of the Mercians and of the South Angli, to Cyneberht 3, comes; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Ismere by the river Stour and land at Brochyl in Morfe forest, Worcs., for the construction of a minster
Transaction S87      Æthelbald 4, king of the Mercians, to Mildrith 1, abbess, and her church [Minster-in-Thanet 1]; remission of the toll due on one ship
Transaction S86      Æthelbald 4, king of the Mercians, to Mildrith 1, abbess, and her familia in Minster-in-Thanet 1 1; remission of the toll due on one ship at London
Transaction S81      Ceolred 1 to the church of Evesham, St Mary's 1; grant of 35 hides (cassati) at Ragley, Arrow, Exhall, Wiveleshale, Atherstone, Dorsington, Broom in Bidford, Milcote, Temple Grafton, Binton, Bidford and Hillborough in Temple Grafton, all in Warwicks.
Transaction S54      Æthelweard 3, subregulus, with the consent of Cenred 2, king of the Mercians, to Ecgwine 1, bishop, for St Mary's Church, Cronuchomme (Evesham, St Mary's 1); grant of 12 hides (cassati) at Ombersley, Worcs.
Transaction S44      Nothhelm 1, king of Sussex, to Beorhtfrith 4, famulus Dei; grant of four hides (tributarii) at Peppering by the river Arun (Tarente), Sussex
Transaction S42      Nothhelm 1, king of Sussex, to Beadufrith 1 and the brethren of Selsey 1; grant of 4 hides (manentes) at Herotunun, 3 (cassati) at Tættæshamstede and 3 at Sidlesham, Sussex
Transaction S42      Nothhelm 1, king of Sussex, to Beadufrith 1 and the brethren of Selsey 1; grant of 4 hides (manentes) at Herotunun, 3 (cassati) at Tættæshamstede and 3 at Sidlesham, Sussex
Transaction S26      Eadberht 7, king of Kent, to Abbess Mildrith 1 (of Minster-in-Thanet 1) and her familia; grant of a half-sulung (aratrum) of land bi Northanwde
Transaction S24      Æthelberht 5 II, king of Kent, to the church of Lyminge 1; grant of fishing rights in the river Limen, land around the oratorium of St Martin (at New Romney), and pasture at Biscopes wic (The Wicks, Broomhill, Kent)
Transaction S22      Wihtred 1, king of Kent, to the churches and monasteries of Kent; grant of privileges and immunity to the churches and monasteries of Kent, with specific prohibition of lay domination over St Peter's at Upmynster, Reculver, Minster-in-Thanet, Dover, Folkestone, Lyminge, Minster-in-Sheppey and Hoo
Transaction S21      Wihtred 1, king of Kent, to Lyminge 1; grant of 4 sulungs (aratra) at Pleghelmestun and pasture in Romney Marsh
Office S1250    Ecgwine 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the Hwicce)
Office S1429    Æthelred 2 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S1429    Oshere 1 held office of Subregulus (subregulus of the Hwicce)
Office S1254    Wilfrid 5 held office of Bishop (bishop of the diocese of the Hwicce)
Office S1254    Æthelbald 4 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S1251    Cenred 2 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S1251    Offa 5 held office of King (king of the East Angles)
Office S1251    Æthelred 2 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S1251    Æthelheard 1 held office of Subregulus (subregulus of the Hwicce)
Office S1181    Wulfhere 1 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S1180    Wihtred 1 held office of King (king of the people of Kent)
Office S22    Æthelbald 4 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S1176    Ine 1 held office of King (king of the Saxons)
Office S1175    Cenred 2 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S1173    Eadberht 9 held office of Abbot (abbot of Selsey)
Office S1174    Cenred 2 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S1173    Bryni 1 held office of Dux (dux of the South Saxons)
Office S65    Swæfred 1 held office of King (king of the East Saxons)
Office S65    Cenred 2 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S257    Æthelbald 4 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S257    Cuthred 7 held office of King (king of West Saxons)
Office S256    Cuthred 7 held office of King (king of the Gewisse)
Office S253    Æthelheard 6 held office of King (king of West Saxons)
Office S251    Ine 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S249    Ine 1 held office of King (king of Wessex)
Office S247    Ine 1 held office of King (king of the Saxons)
Office S244    Ine 1 held office of King (king of the Saxons)
Office S243    Ine 1 held office of King (king of the Saxons)
Office S103b    Æthelbald 4 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S103    Æthelbald 4 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S102    Æthelbald 4 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S101    Æthelbald 4 held office of King (king of the South Angles)
Office S100    Æthelbald 4 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S99    Æthelbald 4 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S98    Æthelbald 4 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S96    Cynewulf 4 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S96    Æthelbald 4 held office of King (king not only of the Mercians but of all surrounding people)
Office S95    Æthelbald 4 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S94    Oshere 1 held office of King (king of the Hwicce)
Office S94    Æthelbald 4 held office of King (king not only of the Mercians but of all the provinces called Suthengli)
Office S94    Æthelbald 4 held office of King (king not only of the Mercians but of all the provinces called Suthengli)
Office S93    Cissa 1 held office of King (king of the Saxons)
Office S93    Cædwalla 1 held office of King (king of the Saxons)
Office S93    Ine 1 held office of King (king of the Saxons)
Office S93    Æthelbald 4 held office of King
Office S93    Æthelbald 4 held office of King
Office S92    Hwita 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the Mercian church)
Office S92    Æthelbald 4 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S91    Eadberht 7 held office of King (king of Kent )
Office S91    Æthelbald 4 held office of King (king of Mercia)
Office S90    Cuthbert 6 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the people of Kent)
Office S90    Æthelberht 3 held office of King (king of Kent)
Office S90    Wihtred 1 held office of King (king of Kent)
Office S90    Æthelbald 4 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S89    Æthelbald 4 held office of King (king of the South Angles)
Office S88    Æthelbald 4 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S87    Æthelbald 4 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S86    Æthelbald 4 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S85    Æthelbald 4 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S84    Æthelbald 4 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S83    Æthelbald 4 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S82    Æthelbald 4 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S81    Ceolred 1 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S80    Offa 5 held office of King (king of the East Angles)
Office S80    Cenred 2 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S80    Constantine 1 held office of Pope (bishop of Rome)
Office S79    Cenred 2 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S78    Ecgwine 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the Hwicce)
Office S78    Cenred 2 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S64    Offa 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S55    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S55    Ealdred 5 held office of Regulus (regulus of the Hwiccan people)
Office S55    Uhtred 2 held office of Regulus (regulus of the Hwiccan people)
Office S55    Eanberht 5 held office of Regulus (regulus of the Hwiccan people)
Office S54    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Angles)
Office S54    Æthelbald 4 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S54    Ceolred 1 held office of King
Office S54    Cenred 2 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S47    Æthelberht 6 held office of King (king of the South Saxons)
Office S46    Æthelberht 6 held office of King (king of the South Saxons)
Office S44    Nothhelm 1 held office of King (king of the South Saxons)
Office S43    Cenred 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S43    Nothhelm 1 held office of King (king of the South Saxons)
Office S42    Nothhelm 1 held office of King (king of the South Saxons)
Office S31    Eardwulf 2 held office of King (king of Kent)
Office S27    Eadberht 7 held office of King (king of the people of Kent)
Office S24    Æthelberht 5 held office of King (king of the people of Kent)
Office S23    Æthelberht 5 held office of King (king of the people of Kent)
Office S22    Wihtred 1 held office of King (rex Cantuariorum)
Office S21    Wihtred 1 held office of King (King of the people of Kent)
Office S19    Wihtred 1 held office of King (King of the people of Kent)
Office S16    Wihtred 1 held office of King (King of Kent)
Status S90    Æthelmod 2 held status of
Transaction S774      King Edgar 11 to Thorney, St Peter's 1 (i.e. Westminster 1 Abbey); confirmation, reciting a bull of Pope John 2, of liberties and of land at Ham (in East Ham), Wennington, Essex; Morden, Surrey; Fanton (Hall) in North Benfleet, Essex; Aldenham, Herts.; Bleccenham and Lothereslege (both lost, in Hendon), Middx; Holwell, Datchworth and Watton-at-Stone, Herts.; Chollington in Eastbourne, Sussex; Staines, with Teddington, Halliford, Feltham and Ashford, Middx.
Status S54    Cuthbert 2 held status of Comes / Comes
Event S88      Confirmation by Beorhtwulf 2, king of Mercians of grant by Æthelbald 4, king of the Mercians, to Ealdwulf 5, bishop, and the church of St Andrew (Rochester, St Andrew's) of remission of the toll due on one ship at London
Event S99      Æthelbald 4, king of Mercians, to Osred 2, his faithful minister; grant of 20 hides (cassati) at Aston Blank and Notgrove, Gloucs., with note that the land was later granted to St Mary's, Worcester
Event S90      Æthelbald 4, king of Mercians, to the Kentish churches; confirmation of privileges
Event S87      Æthelbald 4, king of Mercians, to Mildrith 1, abbess, and her church [Minster-in-Thanet]; remission of the toll due on one ship
Event S86      Æthelbald 4, king of Mercians, to Mildrith 1, abbess, and her familia in Minster-in-Thanet 1; remission of the toll due on one ship at London
Event S22      Confirmation at a synod at Clofesho of grant by Wihtred 1, king of Kent, to churches and monasteries of Kent of privileges and immunity to the churches and monasteries of Kent, with specific prohibition of lay domination over St Peter's at Upmynster, Reculver, Minster-in-Thanet, Dover, Folkestone, Lyminge, Minster-in-Sheppey and Hoo
Transaction S250      Æthelheard 4, subregulus, to the church at Glastonbury; grant of 60 hides at Pouelt (cf. Polden Hills)
Transaction S894      King Æthelred 32 to Westminster 1 Abbey; confirmation of privileges and of (a) 5 hides (mansae) at Westminster 1 [formerly purchased by Dunstan 1 from Edgar 11 for 70 mancuses of gold]; (b) 3 at Logereslea (for Lothereslege, lost in Hendon), Middx. [formerly held by Beorhtmær 2, purchased by Dunstan 1 for £30 from King Edward 12 and given to Winchester 1]; (c) 5 at Hampstead, Mddx [granted to Westminster 1 by King Æthelred 32]; (d) 20 [at Hendon, Middx.] [of which 10 were purchased by Dunstan 1 from Bishop Æthelwold 1 and 10 from Wulfnoth 7, miles, for 80 pounds of silver]; (e) 3 at Codanhlaw [purchased by Dunstan 1 from Eadnoth 1, minister, for 12 pounds]; (f) 8 at Hanwell, Middx. [acquired from Ælfwine 33 for 30 pounds to enable him to go on pilgrimage, the arrangement to be reversed if he returned and repaid the money, the land meanwhile to be held by Dunstan 1 for his lifetime, with reversion to Westminster 1]; (g) 10 at Sunbury [purchased by Dunstan 1 from Ælfheah 33, dux, for 200 gold solidi, the reversion being given to Westminster 1 after the life of a widow, Æthelflæd 19; (h) land at Shepperton, Mddx. [to revert to Westminster 1 after the death of Æthelflæd 19]; (i) 5 hides at Brickendon, Herts. [bequeathed to Westminster 1 by Ælfhelm 8 Polga]; (j) 3 hides (cassati) at Sullington, Sussex [given by Ælfwine, the king's præfectus in Kent, for the soul of his wife]; (k) land at Paddington, Middx. [to revert to Westminster after the death of Wulfric]; (l) land at Cowley Peachey, Middx. [to revert after the death of Ælfric into the control of Bishop Wulfsige (of Sherborne)].
Transaction S134      Offa 7, king of the Mercians, to the churches of Kent; confirmation and grant of privileges.
Transaction S128      Offa 7, king of the Mercians, to Osberht 2, his minister, and Osberht 2's wife [Anonymous 440]; grant of 1 sulung (aratrum) at Duningcland in the Eastry district, Kent
Transaction S120      Hathored 3, bishop, and the community of Worcester, St Peter's 1 to Eanburg 1, abbess, Offa 7's kinswoman; lease for life of 12 hides (manentes) at Hampton Lucy, Warwicks., and 5 at Fæhha leage
Transaction S120      Offa 7, king of the Mercians, to the church of Worcester, St Peter's 1; grant of privileges for 12 hides (manentes) at Hampton Lucy, Warwicks., and 5 at Fæhha leage
Transaction S1184      Oslac 3, dux of the South Saxons, to the church of Selsey?, St Paul's 1; grant of land at Earnley, Sussex, and Tielæsora
Transaction S1183      Ealdwulf 8, dux of the South Saxons, with the consent of Offa 7, king of the Mercians, to the church of St Peter, Selsey; grant of 3 hides (tributarii) at Peartingawyrth and Wealingawyrth
Transaction S1183      Ealdwulf 8, dux of the South Saxons, with the consent of Offa 7, king of the Mercians, to the church of St Peter, Selsey; grant of 3 hides (tributarii) at Peartingawyrth and Wealingawyrth
Transaction S1178      Ealdwulf 8, dux of the South Saxons, with the consent of Offa 7, king of the English, to Wihthun 2, bishop, for the church of Ferring, St Andrew's 1; grant of woodland at Cealtborgsteal
Transaction S1178      Ealdwulf 8, dux of the South Saxons, with the consent of Offa 7, king of the English, to Wihthun 2, bishop, for the church of Ferring, St Andrew's 1; grant of woodland at Cealtborgsteal
Transaction S117      Offa 7, king of the Mercians, to the church of Bredon, St Peter's 1, for the use of the bishop of Worcester; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at Wærsetfelda (cf. Wast Hills in Alvechurch), 5 hides (cassati) at Cofton Hackett and 5 hides (mansae) at Rednal in Kings Norton, Worcs.
Transaction S106      Stithberht 1, abbot, to Offa 7, king of the Mercians; grant of 30 hides at Wicham in Ciltinne, in exchange for 30 hides (manentes) between Harrow and the Lidding (Wealdstone Brook) and east of the Lidding, Middx.
Transaction S106      Stithberht 1, abbot, to Offa 7, king of the Mercians; grant of 30 hides at Wicham in Ciltinne, in exchange for 30 hides (manentes) between Harrow and the Lidding (Wealdstone Brook) and east of the Lidding, Middx.
Transaction S105      Offa 7, king of the Mercians, to Eardwulf 3, bishop of Rochester; grant of 20 sulungs (aratra) at Islingham, Kent
Office S1184    Wihthun 2 held office of Bishop (bishop of the South Saxons)
Office S61    Uhtred 2 held office of Subregulus (subregulus of the Hwicce)
Office S60    Uhtred 2 held office of Regulus (regulus of the Hwicce)
Office S59    Uhtred 2 held office of Regulus (regulus of the Hwicce)
Office S58    Uhtred 2 held office of Regulus (regulus of the Hwicce)
Office S57    Uhtred 2 held office of Regimen (regimen of the Hwiccan people)
Office S148  B278 Uhtred 2 held office of Subregulus (subregulus of the Hwicce)
Office S108    Oswald 4 held office of Dux (dux of the South Saxons)
Office S1184    Oslac 3 held office of Dux (dux of the South Saxons)
Office S1255    Oshere 1 held office of Subregulus (subregulus of the Hwicce)
Office S1430    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S63    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S61    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S57    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S50    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S34    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S265    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S147    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S146    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the English)
Office S145    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the English)
Office S144    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S143    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S1412    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S141    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S140    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S138    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S137    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S136    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S134    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S132    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S131    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S130    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S129    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S128    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S127    Offa 7 held office of King (king not only of the Mercians but also of surrounding nations)
Office S126    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S1257    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S125    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S124    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercian monarchy)
Office S123    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S122    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S121    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the English)
Office S120    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S119    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the monarchy of Mercia)
Office S1184    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S1183    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S118    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians and surrounding nations)
Office S1178    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the English)
Office S117    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians and surrounding nations)
Office S116    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians and surrounding nations)
Office S115    Offa 7 held office of King
Office S114    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S112    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S111    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the whole country of the English)
Office S110    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the English)
Office S109    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the English)
Office S108    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S107    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S106    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S105    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S59    Milred 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the Hwicce)
Office S58    Milred 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the Hwicce)
Office S1255    Milred 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the Hwicce)
Office S107    Milred 1 held office of Antistes (bishop of the Hwicce)
Office S1257    Hathored 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the Hwicce)
Office S151    Ecgfrith 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S150    Ecgfrith 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S149    Ecgfrith 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S148    Ecgfrith 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S1412    Ecgfrith 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S130    Ecgfrith 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S1184    Ecgfrith 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S37    Ecgberht 9 held office of King (king of Kent)
Office S108    Ecgberht 9 held office of King (king of the people of Kent)
Office S30    Eardwulf 2 held office of King (king of the people of Kent)
Office S1183    Ealdwulf 8 held office of Dux (dux of the South Saxons)
Office S1178    Ealdwulf 8 held office of Dux (dux of the South Saxons)
Office S62    Ealdred 5 held office of Subregulus (subregulus of the Hwicce)
Office S61    Ealdred 5 held office of Subregulus (subregulus of the Hwicce)
Office S60    Ealdred 5 held office of Subregulus (subregulus of the Hwicce)
Office S59    Ealdred 5 held office of Subregulus (subregulus of the Hwicce)
Office S58    Ealdred 5 held office of Subregulus (subregulus of the Hwicce)
Office S147    Ealdred 5 held office of Subregulus
Office S141    Ealdred 5 held office of Subregulus (subregulus of the Hwicce)
Office S113    Ealdred 5 held office of Regulus (regulus of the Hwiccans)
Office S265    Cynewulf 4 held office of King (king of the Saxons)
Office S264    Cynewulf 4 held office of King (king of the Saxons)
Office S262    Cynewulf 4 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S261    Cynewulf 4 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S1257    Cynewulf 4 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S108    Cynewulf 4 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S59    Cynethryth 2 held office of Queen (queen of the Mercians)
Office S120    Cynethryth 2 held office of Queen (queen of the Mercians)
Office S116    Cynethryth 2 held office of Queen (queen of the Mercians)
Office S151    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S267    Beorhtric 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S149    Beorhtric 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S1255    Æthelred 1 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S1255    Æthelburg 7 held office of Abbess
Office S266    Æthelberht 9 held office of King (king of the West Saxons and the people of Kent)
Office S25    Æthelberht 5 held office of King (king of Kent)
Office S59    Æthelbald 4 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S29    Æthelbald 4 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Event S1178      Ealdwulf 8, dux of the South Saxons, with the consent of Offa 7, king of the English, to Wihthun 2, bishop, for the church of Ferring, St Andrew's 1; grant of woodland at Cealtborgsteal
Event S267      Beorhtric 1, king of the West Saxons, to Wigfrith 4, præfectus; grant of 10 hides (cassati) on the river Parret, Somerset
Event S137      Record of the restoration by Offa 7, king, to Hathored 3, bishop of Worcester, of 5 hides (manentes) at Aust (Cliff), Gloucs., seized by Bynna 1, the king's comes, the bishop having brought forward a charter of King Æthelbald 4 to prove the bishopric's title
Event S127      Offa 7, king of the Mercians, to Ceolnoth 1, abbot, and his familia in the church of St Peter (Chertsey, St Peter's 1); confirmation of privileges
Event S33      Confirmation by Eanmund 2 of: Sigered 2, king of half Kent, to Eardwulf 3, bishop of Rochester; grant of 20 sulungs (aratra) at Islingham, Kent, and swine-pastures in the western Weald.
Event ASC  709 ADEF(OE and Lat.)G, <708/9> B, 708 C   There was an agreement to divide the bishopric of the West Saxons, which formerly had been one, into two in the time of Daniel 1.
Event ASC  675 ACEG   Here Wulfhere 1 and Æscwine 2 fought at Biedanheafde.
Event ASC  661 ACEG, <661> B   Here Cenwealh 2 fought at Easter at Posentesburh.
Event ASC  658 ACEFG, <658> B   Here Cenwealh 2 fought æt Peonnum against the Wealas (Anonymi 804) and caused them to flee as far as the Parret.
Event ASC  614 ABCEG   Here Cynegils 1 and Cwichelm 1 fought at Beandun and slew [AG: 2,046; BCE: 2,045] Wealas (Anonymi 788).
Event ASC  603 ACEG   Aedán 1 fought together with Dalriada (Anonymi 795) against Æthelfrith 2.
Event ASC  603 ACEG   Aedán 1 fought together with Dalriada (Anonymi 795) against Æthelfrith 2.
Event ASC  914 A, <915> B, 915 CD, 918 G   Anonymi 1037 went from Flatholme [BCD substitute: Steepholme] to Dyfed and then to Ireland.
Occupation OEMart  37 Anonymous 455 Servant
Event OEMart  53   Men (Anonymi 1283) saw a beautiful hand from heaven mark the door of the house where Guthlac 2 was born and then return to heaven.
Occupation OEMart  37 Anonymous 456 Brother
Office OEMart  36 Cuthbert 1 held office of Bishop
Office OEMart  239 Chad 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop among the East Saxons)
Office OEMart  37 Anonymous 455 held office of Mass-priest
Office OEMart  37 Anonymous 456 held office of Provost
Status OEMart  62 Anonymi 1284 held status of Neighbour / Neighbour
Event OEMart  252   Hild 1 was the first builder of the mynster called Steorneshealh.
Event OEMart  239   The body of Cedd 1 rested near the northern boundary in the mynster at Lastingham.
Event OEMart  62-3   At the birth of Wilfrid 2 the house in which he was born appeared to be on fire.
Transaction S178      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of 1 hide (manens) at Seleberhting lond in the district of Faversham, Kent, in return for a ring of 23 mancuses
Transaction S178      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of 1 hide (manens) at Seleberhting lond in the district of Faversham, Kent, in return for a ring of 23 mancuses
Transaction S177      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of one sulung (aratrum) at Cynincges cua lond, Kent (? Kingsland (lost) in Faversham hundred), in return for 7 pounds of gold and silver
Transaction S177      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of one sulung (aratrum) at Cynincges cua lond, Kent (? Kingsland (lost) in Faversham hundred), in return for 7 pounds of gold and silver
Transaction S177      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of one sulung (aratrum) at Cynincges cua lond, Kent (? Kingsland (lost) in Faversham hundred), in return for 7 pounds of gold and silver
Transaction S171      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Deneberht 1, bishop, and his familia at Worcester 1; grant of 8 hides (manentes) at Sture, in exchange for 12 hides at Guiting, Gloucs.
Transaction S170      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of 20 iugera at Ibentea in the Faversham district and a further 2 in the same area.
Transaction S170      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of 20 iugera at Ibentea in the Faversham district and a further 2 in the same area.
Transaction S168      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of 2 sulungs (aratra) at Appincg lond in Rainham, 2 sulungs at Suithhunincg lond at Graveney near Faversham, and 2.5 hagae in Canterbury, all in Kent, in return for 126 mancuses
Transaction S166      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Ræthhun 2, abbot of Abingdon; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at Longworth, Berks, and 18 hides at Aclea, Northtuna and Punningstoce, with the restitution of 15 hides at Sunningwell, 10 hides at Eaton, 10 hides at Sandforda (probably Dry Sandford), 30 hides at Denchworth and Goosey, land at Culham, 10 hides at Ginge and 10 at Leckhampstead (all Berks, except Culham, Oxon.), in return for 120 pounds and 100 hides (mansiones)
Transaction S166      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Ræthhun 2, abbot of Abingdon; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at Longworth, Berks, and 18 hides at Aclea, Northtuna and Punningstoce, with the restitution of 15 hides at Sunningwell, 10 hides at Eaton, 10 hides at Sandforda (probably Dry Sandford), 30 hides at Denchworth and Goosey, land at Culham, 10 hides at Ginge and 10 at Leckhampstead (all Berks, except Culham, Oxon.), in return for 120 pounds and 100 hides (mansiones)
Transaction S166      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Ræthhun 2, abbot of Abingdon; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at Longworth, Berks, and 18 hides at Aclea, Northtuna and Punningstoce, with the restitution of 15 hides at Sunningwell, 10 hides at Eaton, 10 hides at Sandforda (probably Dry Sandford), 30 hides at Denchworth and Goosey, land at Culham, 10 hides at Ginge and 10 at Leckhampstead (all Berks, except Culham, Oxon.), in return for 120 pounds and 100 hides (mansiones)
Transaction S166      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Ræthhun 2, abbot of Abingdon; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at Longworth, Berks, and 18 hides at Aclea, Northtuna and Punningstoce, with the restitution of 15 hides at Sunningwell, 10 hides at Eaton, 10 hides at Sandforda (probably Dry Sandford), 30 hides at Denchworth and Goosey, land at Culham, 10 hides at Ginge and 10 at Leckhampstead (all Berks, except Culham, Oxon.), in return for 120 pounds and 100 hides (mansiones)
Transaction S166      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Ræthhun 2, abbot of Abingdon; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at Longworth, Berks, and 18 hides at Aclea, Northtuna and Punningstoce, with the restitution of 15 hides at Sunningwell, 10 hides at Eaton, 10 hides at Sandforda (probably Dry Sandford), 30 hides at Denchworth and Goosey, land at Culham, 10 hides at Ginge and 10 at Leckhampstead (all Berks, except Culham, Oxon.), in return for 120 pounds and 100 hides (mansiones)
Transaction S166      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Ræthhun 2, abbot of Abingdon; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at Longworth, Berks, and 18 hides at Aclea, Northtuna and Punningstoce, with the restitution of 15 hides at Sunningwell, 10 hides at Eaton, 10 hides at Sandforda (probably Dry Sandford), 30 hides at Denchworth and Goosey, land at Culham, 10 hides at Ginge and 10 at Leckhampstead (all Berks, except Culham, Oxon.), in return for 120 pounds and 100 hides (mansiones)
Transaction S165      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Beornmod 3, bishop; grant of 3 sulungs (aratra) to the south of Rochester (at Borstal), Kent, with appurtenant swine-pastures in the Weald
Transaction S161      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, and Cuthred 11, king of the men of Kent, to Wulfheard 10, priest; grant of 2 hides (manentes), equivalent to one sulung, at Swarling, Kent, and one 'yokelet' (an geocled) at Ecgheanng lond
Transaction S161      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, and Cuthred 11, king of the men of Kent, to Wulfheard 10, priest; grant of 2 hides (manentes), equivalent to one sulung, at Swarling, Kent, and one 'yokelet' (an geocled) at Ecgheanng lond
Transaction S157      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, and Cuthred 11, king of Kent, to Swithhun 3, minister; grant of 3 sulungs (aratra) at Bromhey in Frindsbury, Kent, one sulung at Æthilwlfing lond, a fishery on the Thames called Fiscnæs, and swine-pastures in Cæstersæta walda
Transaction S157      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, and Cuthred 11, king of Kent, to Swithhun 3, minister; grant of 3 sulungs (aratra) at Bromhey in Frindsbury, Kent, one sulung at Æthilwlfing lond, a fishery on the Thames called Fiscnæs, and swine-pastures in Cæstersæta walda
Transaction S157      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, and Cuthred 11, king of Kent, to Swithhun 3, minister; grant of 3 sulungs (aratra) at Bromhey in Frindsbury, Kent, one sulung at Æthilwlfing lond, a fishery on the Thames called Fiscnæs, and swine-pastures in Cæstersæta walda
Transaction S153      Oswulf 4 to Lyminge 1 minster; grant of land at Hremping wiic, also known as Hafingseota, south of the river Limen, Kent
Transaction S153      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Oswulf 4, his dux and minister; grant of land at Hremping wiic, also known as Hafingseota, south of the river Limen, Kent, in exchange for land at Bobingseata
Transaction S40      Cuthred 11, king of Kent, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of 2 sulungs (aratra) at Hrithra leah, part of an estate of 15 hides (manentes) at Buckholt in Petham, Kent, in return for 30 mancuses
Transaction S40      Cuthred 11, king of Kent, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of 2 sulungs (aratra) at Hrithra leah, part of an estate of 15 hides (manentes) at Buckholt in Petham, Kent, in return for 30 mancuses
Transaction S40      Cuthred 11, king of Kent, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of 2 sulungs (aratra) at Hrithra leah, part of an estate of 15 hides (manentes) at Buckholt in Petham, Kent, in return for 30 mancuses
Office S1258    Cynewulf 4 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S1437    Eadwulf 9 held office of Ealdorman (Ealdorman of the Hwicce / Worcester ?)
Office S1437    Beornwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S1437    Beornwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercian kingdom)
Office S1436    Cenwulf 3 held office of King
Office S1436    Beornwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S1435    Cynred 2 held office of Bishop
Office S1435    Beornwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S1434    Beornwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S1433    Beornwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S1431b    Eadwulf 7 held office of Bishop
Office S1431a    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S1431a    Offa 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S1431    Werenberht 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the Middle Angles)
Office S1431    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S1430a    Eadwulf 7 held office of Bishop
Office S1267    Beornwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S1260    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S1258    Æthelbald 4 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S1186a    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S286    Ecgberht 10 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S283    Ecgberht 10 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S282    Ecgberht 10 held office of King (king of the West Saxons and people of Kent)
Office S281    Ecgberht 10 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S279    Ecgberht 10 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S278    Ecgberht 10 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S277    Ecgberht 10 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S277    Ecgberht 10 held office of King (king of the Saxons)
Office S275    Ecgberht 10 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S273    Ecgberht 10 held office of King (king of the Gewisse)
Office S271    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king of Kent)
Office S271    Ecgberht 10 held office of King (king of the English)
Office S190    Wiglaf 1 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S188    Wiglaf 1 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S187    Ceolwulf 5 held office of King (king of the Mercians and of the people of Kent)
Office S186    Ceolwulf 5 held office of King (King of the Mercians and of the people of Kent)
Office S185    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S183    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S182    Deneberht 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of Worcester)
Office S182    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S181    Deneberht 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of Worcester)
Office S181    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S180    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S179    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S178    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S177    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S176    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S174    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S173    Ælfthryth 3 held office of Queen (queen of the Mercians)
Office S173    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S172    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S170    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S152    Ecgfrith 7 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S152    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S41    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S40    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of Mercia)
Office S39    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S168    Æthelwulf 8 held office of Bishop (bishop of the South Saxons)
Office S168    Deneberht 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the Hwicce)
Office S168    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S167    Ealhberht 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the South Saxons)
Office S167    Æthelwulf 7 held office of Bishop (bishop of the East Angles)
Office S167    Sigered 4 held office of King (king of the East Saxons)
Office S167    Cuthred 11 held office of King (king of the people of Kent)
Office S167    Wulfred 6 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of Kent)
Office S167    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S166    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S165    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S164    Beornnoth 3 held office of Satraps (satraps of the people of Kent)
Office S164    Osberht 5 held office of Satraps (satraps of the people of Kent)
Office S164    Æscberht 1 held office of Satraps (satraps of the people of Kent)
Office S164    Wihtred 3 held office of Satraps (satraps of the people of Kent)
Office S164    Ældred 2 held office of Satraps (satraps of the people of Kent)
Office S164    Herefrith 5 held office of Satraps (satraps of the people of Kent)
Office S164    Eadberht 28 held office of Satraps (satraps of the people of Kent)
Office S164    Esne 7 held office of Satraps (satraps of the people of Kent)
Office S164    Sigeheard 2 held office of Satraps (satraps of the people of Kent)
Office S164    Wihthere 1 held office of Satraps (satraps of the people of Kent)
Office S164    Ealdberht 15 held office of Satraps (satraps of the people of Kent)
Office S164    Esne 6 held office of Satraps (satraps of the people of Kent)
Office S164    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians and the province of Kent)
Office S163    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S161    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S160    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S159    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S158    Wihthun 2 held office of Bishop (bishop of the South Saxons)
Office S158    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S157    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S155    Cenwulf 3 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S153    Cenwulf 3 held office of Rector (rector of the Mercians)
Office S153    Cenwulf 3 held office of Emperor (emperor of the Mercians)
Event S1258      Æthelheard 13, archbishop of Canterbury, to Cynethryth 2, abbess; grant of the minsters at Cookham, Berks., and at Pectanege, in exchange for 60 hides (cassati) at Fleet, 30 at Teynham and 20 at the source of the Cray, Kent.
Event S273      Ecgberht 10, king of the Gewisse, moved against the Britons at Creodantreow
Event S186      Wulfred 6, archbishop, consecrated Ceolwulf 5, king of the Mercians
Event S1438      Confirmation by Southumbrian bishops of the agreement made at Kingston, between Archbishop Ceolnoth 3 and Kings Ecgberht 10 and Æthelwulf 1 concerning the restoration to Canterbury, Christ Church 1, of land at Mallingum (East Malling, Kent or South Malling, Sussex), previously granted by Baldred 4, king of Kent. In return Ceolnoth 3 and the Christ Church community and their successors promise loyalty to the West Saxon kings and their heirs.
Event S1437      Record of the settlement at Clofesho of a dispute concerning swine-pasture at Sinton in Leigh, Worcs..
Event S1436      Record of a dispute between Archbishop Wulfred 6 and Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, and his heir Cwenthryth 1, abbess, concerning the minsters of Reculver and Minster-in-Thanet. At an initial settlement in London (? late 821) Wulfred 6 ceded to King Cenwulf 3 300 hides at Iognes homme (? Eynsham, Oxon.) and 120lbs of money. In subsequent settlements (at Clofesho and Oslafeshlau) Cwenthryth 1 ceded to Wulfred 6 land at Harrow, Middx; Herefrethingland; Wembley, Yeading, Middx; Boc land; and Combe, Kent
Event S1434      Record of the recovery by Archbishop Wulfred 6 of land at Easole, Kent, granted to him by Ealdberht 15, comes, and Selethryth 1, his sister, but fraudulently acquired by Cwenthryth 1, abbess of Minster-in-Thanet.
Event S1433      Record of the settlement of a dispute between Heahberht 8, bishop, and the familia at Berkeley 1, Gloucs., concerning land and monastery at Westbury-on-Trym, Gloucs.. Reversion of the estate had been left to Worcester 1 by Æthelric 8. It was decided at Clofesho that Worcester 1 should retain it. An oath was given at Westbury 30 days later.
Event S1431b      Decree of a council of Clofesho concerning the lordship of minsters
Event S1431a      Decree of a council of Clofesho concerning the restoration of the metropolitan rights of the see of Canterbury and the abolition of the archbishopric of Lichfield
Event S1431      Record of an agreement between Deneberht 1, bishop of Worcester, and Wulfheard 5, bishop of Hereford, concerning their claims to the minsters at Cheltenham and Beckford, Gloucs
Event S1260      Deneberht 1, bishop, and his familia at Worcester 1, to Wulfheard 3; confirmation of his life interest in land at Inkberrow and Bradley, Worcs
Event S1187      Æthelric 8, son of Æthelmund 2, declares his intention to bequeath land at Todenham, Gloucs.; Sture; Shrawley, Worcs.; and at Cohhanlea to Deerhurst; at Bromsgrove and Feckenham, Worcs., to Wærfrith 2 for life with reversion to Worcester 1; and land under Over, Gloucs., at Westmynster (Westbury-on-Trym) and at Stoce (Stoke Bishop, Gloucs. or Stoke Prior, Worcs.), to Ceolburg 1, his mother, for life, with reversion to the church at Worcester.
Event S283      Ecgberht 10, king of the West Saxons, to Wulfheard 12, præfectus; grant of 22 hides (manentes) on the river Meon, Hants.
Event S280      Ecgberht 10, king, to Beornmod 3, bishop; grant of 4 sulungs (aratra) at Snodland and Holborough, Kent, with pastures and a viculus in the eastern part of Rochester
Event S273      Ecgberht 10, king, to the minster of Winchester, SS Peter and Paul; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at (Martyr) Worthy, Hants
Event S272      Ecgberht 10, king, to Winchester, Old Minster; grant of 15 hides (manentes) at Alton Priors, Wilts., formerly held by Burgheard 2, præfectus
Event S187      Ceolwulf 5, king of the Mercians and of the people of Kent, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of land in Canterbury, in return for a gold and silver vessel of 5.5 pounds
Event S186      Ceolwulf 5, king of the Mercians and of the people of Kent, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of 5 sulungs (aratra) at Mylentun, near Kemsing, Kent, in return for a gold ring worth 75 mancuses
Event S177      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of one sulung (aratrum) at Cynincges cua lond, Kent (? Kingsland (lost) in Faversham hundred), in return for 7 pounds of gold and silver
Event S166      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Ræthhun 2, abbot of Abingdon; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at Longworth, Berks, and 18 hides at Aclea, Northtuna and Punningstoce, with the restitution of 15 hides at Sunningwell, 10 hides at Eaton, 10 hides at Sandforda (probably Dry Sandford), 30 hides at Denchworth and Goosey, land at Culham, 10 hides at Ginge and 10 at Leckhampstead (all Berks, except Culham, Oxon.), in return for 120 pounds and 100 hides (mansiones)
Event S161      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, and Cuthred 11, king of Kent, to Wulfheard 10, priest; grant of 2 hides (manentes), equivalent to one sulung, at Swarling, Kent, and one 'yokelet' (an geocled) at Ecgheanng lond
Event S40      Cuthred 11, king of Kent, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of 2 sulungs (aratra) at Hrithra leah, part of an estate of 15 hides (manentes) at Buckholt in Petham, Kent, in return for 30 mancuses
Transaction S180      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Deneberht 1, bishop, and his clergy at Worcester 1; grant of privileges for land at Whittington, Spetchley and Tolladine in North Claines, for 30 hides (manentes) at Weogorena-leage (Hallow), and for 25 hides at Chaddesley Corbett, Worcs., in return for 14 hides at Sture
Transaction S182      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Deneberht 1, bishop, and the church of Worcester 1; grant of 3 hides (mansiones) at Sluhforda on the west bank of the Stour, Worcs.
Transaction S183      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of privileges for land at Culham, Oxon.; Kennington, Hinksey, Cumnor, Earmundelæh (cf. Bessels Leigh), Eaton, Sunningwell, Dry Sandford, Wootton, Ginge, Denchworth, Charney (Bassett), Goosey, Fernham, Watchfield, Shrivenham, Bourton, Leckhampstead, Boxford, Welford and Wickham in Welford, Berks., with woodland at Speen, Poughley (in Chaddleworth), Trindlæh (lost), and Easton (in Welford), Berks.
Transaction S183      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of privileges for land at Culham, Oxon.; Kennington, Hinksey, Cumnor, Earmundelæh (cf. Bessels Leigh), Eaton, Sunningwell, Dry Sandford, Wootton, Ginge, Denchworth, Charney (Bassett), Goosey, Fernham, Watchfield, Shrivenham, Bourton, Leckhampstead, Boxford, Welford and Wickham in Welford, Berks., with woodland at Speen, Poughley (in Chaddleworth), Trindlæh (lost), and Easton (in Welford), Berks.
Transaction S183      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of privileges for land at Culham, Oxon.; Kennington, Hinksey, Cumnor, Earmundelæh (cf. Bessels Leigh), Eaton, Sunningwell, Dry Sandford, Wootton, Ginge, Denchworth, Charney (Bassett), Goosey, Fernham, Watchfield, Shrivenham, Bourton, Leckhampstead, Boxford, Welford and Wickham in Welford, Berks., with woodland at Speen, Poughley (in Chaddleworth), Trindlæh (lost), and Easton (in Welford), Berks.
Transaction S186      Ceolwulf 5, king of the Mercians and Kent, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of 5 sulungs (aratra) at Mylentun, near Kemsing, Kent, in return for a gold ring worth 75 mancuses
Transaction S186      Ceolwulf 5, king of the Mercians and Kent, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of 5 sulungs (aratra) at Mylentun, near Kemsing, Kent, in return for a gold ring worth 75 mancuses
Transaction S186      Ceolwulf 5, king of the Mercians and Kent, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of 5 sulungs (aratra) at Mylentun, near Kemsing, Kent, in return for a gold ring worth 75 mancuses
Transaction S187      Ceolwulf 5, king of the Mercians and the men of Kent, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of land in Canterbury, in return for a gold and silver vessel of 5.5 pounds
Transaction S187      Ceolwulf 5, king of the Mercians and the men of Kent, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of land in Canterbury, in return for a gold and silver vessel of 5.5 pounds
Transaction S187      Ceolwulf 5, king of the Mercians and Kent, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of land in Canterbury, in return for a gold and silver vessel of 5.5 pounds
Transaction S190      Wiglaf 1, king of the Mercians, to the minster at Hanbury, Worcs.; grant of privileges in return for the surrender to the king of 20 hides at Iddeshale (? Idsall, Salop.), land at Hæccaham (? Hanbury, Worcs.), 10 hides at Felda by Weoduman (? in Beanhall in Feckenham, Worcs.), and in return for the grant of 10 hides at Crowle, Worcs., to Mucel 4 (ealdorman), son of Esne 11, and a gift of 600 shillings in gold to Ealdorman Sigered 5
Transaction S272      Ecgberht 10, king, to Old Minster, Winchester; grant of 15 hides (manentes) at Alton Priors, Wilts., formerly held by Burgheard 2, præfectus
Transaction S273      Ecgberht 10, king, to the minster of Winchester, SS Peter & Paul 1, grant of 5 hides (cassati) at (Martyr) Worthy, Hants.
Transaction S279      Ecgberht 10, king of the West Saxons, to Ciaba 1, a clericus living in Canterbury, St Peter's minster (Canterbury, St Augustine's); grant, for life, of one sulung (aratrum) on Scirdun, formerly belonging to the royal vill at Canterbury, in return for 100 mancuses, with reversion to St Augustine's
Transaction S280      Ecgberht 10, king, to Beornmod 3, bishop; grant of 4 sulungs (aratra) at Snodland and Holborough, Kent, with pastures and a viculus in the eastern part of Rochester
Transaction S282      Ecgberht 10, king of the West Saxons and Kent, to Æthelric 9, minister; grant of 5 sulungs (aratra) at Warehorne and Flotham (lost), Kent, in return for 50 mancuses.
Transaction S286      Æthelwulf 1, king of Kent, to Ceolnoth 3, archbishop; grant of one hide (mansio) at Eastre(a)stadelham.
Transaction S153      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Oswulf 4, his dux and minister; grant of land at Hremping wiic, also known as Hafingseota, south of the river Limen, Kent, in exchange for land at Bobingseata
Transaction S1258      Æthelheard 13, archbishop of Canterbury, to Cynethryth 2, abbess; grant of the minsters at Cookham, Berks., and at Pectanege, in exchange for 60 hides (cassati) at Fleet, 30 at Teynham and 20 at the source of the Cray, Kent
Transaction S1187      Æthelric 8, son of Æthelmund 2, declares his intention to bequeath land at Todenham, Gloucs.; Sture; Shrawley, Worcs.; and at Cohhanlea to Deerhurst 1; the land was given on condition that the community carries out their vows as they have promised.
Transaction S1187      Æthelric 8, son of Æthelmund 2, declares his intention to bequeath land at Todenham, Gloucs.; Sture; Shrawley, Worcs.; and at Cohhanlea to Deerhurst 1; the land was given on condition that the community carries out their vows as they have promised.
Transaction S1187      Æthelric 8, son of Æthelmund 2, declares his intention to bequeath land at Todenham, Gloucs.; Sture; Shrawley, Worcs.; and at Cohhanlea to Deerhurst 1; the land was given on condition that the community carries out their vows as they have promised.
Transaction S1187      Æthelric 8, son of Æthelmund 2, declares his intention to bequeath land at Todenham, Gloucs.; Sture; Shrawley, Worcs.; and at Cohhanlea to Deerhurst 1; the land was given on condition that the community carries out their vows as they have promised.
Transaction S1187      Æthelric 8, son of Æthelmund 2, declares his intention to bequeath 11 manentes at Bromsgrove and Feckenham, Worcs., to Wærfrith 2 for life with reversion to Worcester 1
Transaction S1187      Æthelric 8, son of Æthelmund 2, declares his intention to bequeath 11 manentes at Bromsgrove and Feckenham, Worcs., to Wærfrith 2 for life with reversion to Worcester 1
Transaction S1187      Æthelric 8, son of Æthelmund 2, declares his intention to bequeath 30 manentes under Over, Gloucs. to Gloucester 1
Transaction S1187      Æthelric 8, son of Æthelmund 2, declares his intention to bequeath 30 manentes under Over, Gloucs. to Gloucester 1
Transaction S1187      Æthelric 8, son of Æthelmund 2, declares his intention to bequeath Westmynster (Westbury-on-Trym) and at Stoce (Stoke Bishop, Gloucs. or Stoke Prior, Worcs.), to Ceolburg 1, his mother, for life, with reversion to the church at Worcester 1. She was to have protection and defence there against the claims of the Berkeley people.
Transaction S1258      Æthelheard 13, archbishop of Canterbury, to Cynethryth 2, abbess; grant of the minsters at Cookham, Berks., and at Pectanege, in exchange for 60 hides (cassati) at Fleet, 30 at Teynham and 20 at the source of the Cray, Kent
Transaction S1260      Deneberht 1, bishop, and his familia at Worcester 1, to Wulfheard 3; confirmation of his life interest in land at Inkberrow and Bradley, Worcs.
Transaction S1264      Wulfred 6, archbishop, to Canterbury, Christ Church 1; grant of 3 sulungs (aratra) at Folcwining lond in the district of Eastry, 1 at Liminum and 1 at Dunwaling lond, Kent, in exchange for 4 sulungs at Bishopsbourne, Kent. The land at Liminum had been granted to Wulfred 6 by Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, in exchange for land at Yarkhill, Herefords., which Wulfred 6 had obtained from Queen Cynethryth 2. The land at Bishopsbourne had been given to Christ Church by Ealdhun 5, confiscated by King Offa 7, and then restored.
Transaction S1264      Wulfred 6, archbishop, to Canterbury, Christ Church 1; grant of 3 sulungs (aratra) at Folcwining lond in the district of Eastry, 1 at Liminum and 1 at Dunwaling lond, Kent, in exchange for 4 sulungs at Bishopsbourne, Kent. The land at Liminum had been granted to Wulfred 6 by Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, in exchange for land at Yarkhill, Herefords., which Wulfred 6 had obtained from Queen Cynethryth 2. The land at Bishopsbourne had been given to Christ Church by Ealdhun 5, confiscated by King Offa 7, and then restored.
Transaction S1264      Wulfred 6, archbishop, to Canterbury, Christ Church 1; grant of 3 sulungs (aratra) at Folcwining lond in the district of Eastry, 1 at Liminum and 1 at Dunwaling lond, Kent, in exchange for 4 sulungs at Bishopsbourne, Kent. The land at Liminum had been granted to Wulfred 6 by Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, in exchange for land at Yarkhill, Herefords., which Wulfred 6 had obtained from Queen Cynethryth 2. The land at Bishopsbourne had been given to Christ Church by Ealdhun 5, confiscated by King Offa 7, and then restored.
Transaction S1264      Cenwulf 3, king, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of 1 aratrum at Liminum in exchange for land at Yarkhill, Herefords. which Wulfred 6 had obtained from Cynethryth 2
Transaction S1266      Wulfred 6, archbishop, to Canterbury, Christ Church 1; grant of 5 sulungs (aratra) at Eythorne and Langdon in Eythorne, in exchange for 5 sulungs at Barham and Suithberhtincglond, Kent
Transaction S1267      Wulfred 6, archbishop, and the familia of Minster-in-Thanet 1 to Abbot Wærnoth 3 and the familia of St Augustine's, Canterbury; grant of 6 iugera at Doddingland (? Dandelion, lost, near Margate) in Thanet, in exchange for 6 iugera at Ealdanford, near the mouth of the river Stour, Kent
Transaction S1267      Wulfred 6, archbishop, and the familia of Minster-in-Thanet 1 to Abbot Wærnoth 3 and the familia of St Augustine's, Canterbury; grant of 6 iugera at Doddingland (? Dandelion, lost, near Margate) in Thanet, in exchange for 6 iugera at Ealdanford, near the mouth of the river Stour, Kent
Transaction S1414      Wærheard 2, presbiter, to Canterbury, Christ Church 1; bequest of land comprising 104 hides at Harrow, Middx; 100 at Otford, 32 at Graveney, 44 at Burnan (? Bishopsbourne), 10 at Easole, 36 at Barham, Kent; and 1 iugum at Lambahamm by the river Lympne, 1 iugum at Northuuda, and 1 mansio at Canterbury [all of which had previously belonged to his kinsman, Archbishop Wulfred 6]; also 32 hides at Hayes, Middx, land at Megeldewrthe, 8 hides at Cuniland and 30 hides at Twickenham, Middx. [from his own patrimony]
Transaction S1414      Wærheard 2, presbiter, to Canterbury, Christ Church 1; bequest of land comprising 104 hides at Harrow, Middx; 100 at Otford, 32 at Graveney, 44 at Burnan (? Bishopsbourne), 10 at Easole, 36 at Barham, Kent; and 1 iugum at Lambahamm by the river Lympne, 1 iugum at Northuuda, and 1 mansio at Canterbury [all of which had previously belonged to his kinsman, Archbishop Wulfred 6]; also 32 hides at Hayes, Middx, land at Megeldewrthe, 8 hides at Cuniland and 30 hides at Twickenham, Middx. [from his own patrimony]
Transaction S1414      Wærheard 2, presbiter, to Canterbury, Christ Church 1; bequest of land comprising 104 hides at Harrow, Middx; 100 at Otford, 32 at Graveney, 44 at Burnan (? Bishopsbourne), 10 at Easole, 36 at Barham, Kent; and 1 iugum at Lambahamm by the river Lympne, 1 iugum at Northuuda, and 1 mansio at Canterbury [all of which had previously belonged to his kinsman, Archbishop Wulfred 6]; also 32 hides at Hayes, Middx, land at Megeldewrthe, 8 hides at Cuniland and 30 hides at Twickenham, Middx. [from his own patrimony]
Transaction S1414      Wærheard 2, presbiter, to Canterbury, Christ Church 1; bequest of land comprising 104 hides at Harrow, Middx; 100 at Otford, 32 at Graveney, 44 at Burnan (? Bishopsbourne), 10 at Easole, 36 at Barham, Kent; and 1 iugum at Lambahamm by the river Lympne, 1 iugum at Northuuda, and 1 mansio at Canterbury [all of which had previously belonged to his kinsman, Archbishop Wulfred 6]; also 32 hides at Hayes, Middx, land at Megeldewrthe, 8 hides at Cuniland and 30 hides at Twickenham, Middx. [from his own patrimony]
Transaction S1414      Wærheard 2, presbiter, to Canterbury, Christ Church 1; bequest of land comprising 104 hides at Harrow, Middx; 100 at Otford, 32 at Graveney, 44 at Burnan (? Bishopsbourne), 10 at Easole, 36 at Barham, Kent; and 1 iugum at Lambahamm by the river Lympne, 1 iugum at Northuuda, and 1 mansio at Canterbury [all of which had previously belonged to his kinsman, Archbishop Wulfred 6]; also 32 hides at Hayes, Middx, land at Megeldewrthe, 8 hides at Cuniland and 30 hides at Twickenham, Middx. [from his own patrimony]
Transaction S1436      Cwenthryth 1, abbess and daughter of Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; surrender of land at Harrow, Middx; Herefrethingland; Wembley, Yeading, Middx; Boc land; and 30 manentes at in Combe, Kent. as well as 300 hides at Iognes homme (? Eynsham, Oxon.).
Transaction S1436      Cwenthryth 1, abbess and daughter of Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; surrender of land at Harrow, Middx; Herefrethingland; Wembley, Yeading, Middx; Boc land; and 30 manentes at in Combe, Kent. as well as 300 hides at Iognes homme (? Eynsham, Oxon.).
Transaction S1436      Cwenthryth 1, abbess and daughter of Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; surrender of land at Harrow, Middx; Herefrethingland; Wembley, Yeading, Middx; Boc land; and 30 manentes at in Combe, Kent. as well as 300 hides at Iognes homme (? Eynsham, Oxon.).
Transaction S1436      Cwenthryth 1, abbess and daughter of Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; surrender of land at Harrow, Middx; Herefrethingland; Wembley, Yeading, Middx; Boc land; and 30 manentes at in Combe, Kent. as well as 300 hides at Iognes homme (? Eynsham, Oxon.).
Transaction S1435      At a synod at Clofesho Cynred 2, bishop of Selsey 1, recovered for Selsey 1 25 hides at Denton, Sussex which had been granted to Plegheard 1, abbot, by King Offa 7, confirmed by King Cenwulf 3, and then seized by Anonymous 475.
Transaction S161      Wulfheard 10, priest of the late Archbishop Æthelheard 13, to Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, and Cuthred 11, king of the people of Kent; grant of 100 sicli of pure gold. The kings granted him of 2 hides (manentes), equivalent to one sulung, at Swarling, Kent, and one 'yokelet' (an geocled) at Ecgheanng lond.
Transaction S206      Burgred 5, king of the Mercians, to Ealhhun 2, bishop, and his familia at Worcester 1; grant of privileges for 10 hides (manentes) at Ablington by the River Coln, Gloucs.; for 8 hides (cassati) at Poulton, Wilts.; for 6 hides (cassati) at Barnsley, Gloucs.; for 5 hides (manentes) at Eisey, Wilts.; and for 3 hides (manentes) at Bentley, Worcs.; in return for two bradiolae weighing 45 (or 48) mancuses
Transaction S202      Beorhtwulf 2, king of the Mercians, to Ælfheah 4, princeps; grant of 12 hides (cassati) at Calmesden (or by the River Churn and at Calmesden), Gloucs.
Transaction S197      Abbot Eanmund 5 and his familia in the minster at Breedon-on-the-Hill 1, Leics., to Beorhtwulf 2, king of the Mercians; gift of 180 mancuses in gold and 15 hides (manentes) at Stanlege (? Stanley, Derbys.) and at Bellanford (? Belford, Northants.) to the king and also the donation of a precious vessel to Humberht 1, princeps in return for a grant of privileges
Transaction S197      Abbot Eanmund 5 and his familia in the minster at Breedon-on-the-Hill 1, Leics., to Beorhtwulf 2, king of the Mercians; gift of 180 mancuses in gold and 15 hides (manentes) at Stanlege (? Stanley, Derbys.) and at Bellanford (? Belford, Northants.) to the king and also the donation of a precious vessel to Humberht 1, princeps in return for a grant of privileges
Transaction S192      Beorhtwulf 2, king of the Mercians, to Heahberht 8, bishop of Worcester; restitution of land at Stoulton, Worcs.; Little Washbourne, Gloucs.; Kemerton, Worcs.; Tateringctun (? Taddington, Gloucs.); and at Codeswelle in Cutsdean, Gloucs., in return for gifts of treasure and horses to the king and queen
Transaction S192      Beorhtwulf 2, king of the Mercians, to Heahberht 8, bishop of Worcester; restitution of land at Stoulton, Worcs.; Little Washbourne, Gloucs.; Kemerton, Worcs.; Tateringctun (? Taddington, Gloucs.); and at Codeswelle in Cutsdean, Gloucs., in return for gifts of treasure and horses to the king and queen
Office S192    Beorhtwulf 2 held office of King (rex Merciorum)
Office S191    Beorhtwulf 2 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Event S206      Burgred 5, king of the Mercians, to Ealhhun 2, bishop, and his familia at Worcester 1; sale of privileges for land in Gloucs, Wilts and Worcs
Event S202      Beorhtwulf 2, king of the Mercians, to Ælfheah 4, princeps; grant of 12 hides (cassati) at Calmesden (or by the River Churn and at Calmesden), Gloucs
Transaction S206      Burgred 5, king of the Mercians, to Ealhhun 2, bishop, and his familia at Worcester 1; grant of privileges for 10 hides (manentes) at Ablington by the River Coln, Gloucs.; for 8 hides (cassati) at Poulton, Wilts.; for 6 hides (cassati) at Barnsley, Gloucs.; for 5 hides (manentes) at Eisey, Wilts.; and for 3 hides (manentes) at Bentley, Worcs.; in return for two bradiolae weighing 45 (or 48) mancuses
Transaction S206      Burgred 5, king of the Mercians, to Ealhhun 2, bishop, and his familia at Worcester 1; grant of privileges for 10 hides (manentes) at Ablington by the River Coln, Gloucs.; for 8 hides (cassati) at Poulton, Wilts.; for 6 hides (cassati) at Barnsley, Gloucs.; for 5 hides (manentes) at Eisey, Wilts.; and for 3 hides (manentes) at Bentley, Worcs.; in return for two bradiolae weighing 45 (or 48) mancuses
Transaction S214      Burgred 5, king of the Mercians, and Æthelswith 1, queen, to Wulflaf 7; grant of 5 hides (manentes) at Upthrop, in return for 50 mancuses of gold. The estate was to descend in the male line.
Transaction S1272      Ealhhun 2, bishop, with his familia at Worcester 1, to King Beorhtwulf 2; lease, for five lives, of 5 hides (manentes) at Wearset felda, 5 (cassati) at Cofton Hackett, 5 (manentes) at Rednal in King's Norton, 2 at Wast Hill and Hopwood in Alvechurch, Worcs., and 3 at Witlafesfeld, with reversion to the church of Worcester 1
Transaction S1272      Ealhhun 2, bishop, with his familia at Worcester 1, to King Beorhtwulf 2; lease, for five lives, of 5 hides (manentes) at Wearset felda, 5 (cassati) at Cofton Hackett, 5 (manentes) at Rednal in King's Norton, 2 at Wast Hill and Hopwood in Alvechurch, Worcs., and 3 at Witlafesfeld, with reversion to the church of Worcester 1
Transaction S1273      Alhwine (Ealhhun 2), bishop of Worcester, to Æthelwulf 16, dux, and Wulfthryth 1, his wife; lease, for their lives, of 11 hides (cassati) at Cutsdean, Gloucs., and at Sture (? Alderminster, Worcs.), with reversion to the church of Worcester
Transaction S336      Æthelred 15, king of the West Saxons, to Wulfhere 4, princeps; grant of 6 hides (cassati) at Buttermere, Wilts., and at Æscmere
Transaction S332      Æthelberht 9, king of the West Saxons and Kent, to Æthelred 9, minister; grant of 9 sulungs (aratra) at Mersham, Kent, in return for 400 mancuses of gold
Transaction S332      Æthelberht 9, king of the West Saxons and Kent, to Æthelred 9, minister; grant of 9 sulungs (aratra) at Mersham, Kent, in return for 400 mancuses of gold
Transaction S330      Æthelberht 9, king of the West Saxons and Kent, to Deornoth 3, abbot, and his familia; grant of 3 sulungs (aratra) at Martin, Kent in exchange for 60 mancuses of gold
Transaction S330      Æthelberht 9, king of the West Saxons and Kent, to Deornoth 3, abbot, and his familia; grant of 3 sulungs (aratra) at Martin, Kent in exchange for 60 mancuses of gold
Transaction S330      Æthelberht 9, king of the West Saxons and Kent, to Deornoth 3, abbot, and his familia; grant of 3 sulungs (aratra) at Martin, Kent in exchange for 60 mancuses of gold
Transaction S328      Æthelberht 9, king, to Wulflaf 9, his minister; grant of 5 sulungs (aratra) at Wassingwell in exchange for 5 sulungs at Mersham, Kent, with conversion of the latter into folkland
Transaction S323      Æthelwulf 1, king of Kent, to (Canterbury, Christ Church 3); confirmation of lands at Langham, Blakeburneham, Plegwingham, Ofneham; pasture in Hliossole and Ægelbertinherst; common in woods in Estcogheringdenne and Hyringdenne; land at Canterbury with meadows at Shettinge and Thanington, Kent
Transaction S323      Æthelwulf 1, king of Kent, to (Canterbury, Christ Church 3); confirmation of lands at Langham, Blakeburneham, Plegwingham, Ofneham; pasture in Hliossole and Ægelbertinherst; common in woods in Estcogheringdenne and Hyringdenne; land at Canterbury with meadows at Shettinge and Thanington, Kent
Transaction S323      Æthelwulf 1, king of Kent, to (Canterbury, Christ Church 3); confirmation of lands at Langham, Blakeburneham, Plegwingham, Ofneham; pasture in Hliossole and Ægelbertinherst; common in woods in Estcogheringdenne and Hyringdenne; land at Canterbury with meadows at Shettinge and Thanington, Kent
Transaction S323      Æthelwulf 1, king of Kent, to (Canterbury, Christ Church 3); confirmation of lands at Langham, Blakeburneham, Plegwingham, Ofneham; pasture in Hliossole and Ægelbertinherst; common in woods in Estcogheringdenne and Hyringdenne; land at Canterbury with meadows at Shettinge and Thanington, Kent
Transaction S323      Æthelwulf 1, king of Kent, to (Canterbury, Christ Church 3); confirmation of lands at Langham, Blakeburneham, Plegwingham, Ofneham; pasture in Hliossole and Ægelbertinherst; common in woods in Estcogheringdenne and Hyringdenne; land at Canterbury with meadows at Shettinge and Thanington, Kent
Transaction S323      Æthelwulf 1, king of Kent, to (Canterbury, Christ Church 3); confirmation of lands at Langham, Blakeburneham, Plegwingham, Ofneham; pasture in Hliossole and Ægelbertinherst; common in woods in Estcogheringdenne and Hyringdenne; land at Canterbury with meadows at Shettinge and Thanington, Kent
Transaction S323      Æthelwulf 1, king of Kent, to (Canterbury, Christ Church 3); confirmation of lands at Langham, Blakeburneham, Plegwingham, Ofneham; pasture in Hliossole and Ægelbertinherst; common in woods in Estcogheringdenne and Hyringdenne; land at Canterbury with meadows at Shettinge and Thanington, Kent
Transaction S323      Æthelwulf 1, king of Kent, to (Canterbury, Christ Church 3); confirmation of lands at Langham, Blakeburneham, Plegwingham, Ofneham; pasture in Hliossole and Ægelbertinherst; common in woods in Estcogheringdenne and Hyringdenne; land at Canterbury with meadows at Shettinge and Thanington, Kent
Transaction S316      Æthelwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and of the people Kent, to Ealdhere 2, his minister; grant of 1 sulung (aratrum) at Ulaham, Kent
Transaction S303      Æthelwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the Church; general grant of lands and privileges with a list of the Glastonbury 1 estates affected, namely 5 hides at Buckland Newton, Dorset; 6 at Pennard, Somerset; 1 at Cetenes felda; 6 at Cerawycombe (? Crowcombe, Somerset); 10 hides at Sowy (cf. Middlezoy, Westonzoyland), 3 at Puriton, 1.5 at Montacute (Lodegaresbergh), Somerset; 1.5 at Culmstock, 0.5 at Monk Okehampton and 0.5 at Braunton, Devon ('Second Decimation')
Transaction S295      Æthelwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the church at Sherborne 1; grant of 2 hides (cassati) at Osanstoc
Transaction S292      Æthelwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to Eanwulf 4, his princeps; grant of 25 hides (cassati) at Ditcheat and 5 at Lottisham, Somerset
Transaction S290      Æthelwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to Eadberht 40, deacon; grant of 15 hides (cassati) at Halstock, Devon, with a later confirmation at a meeting at Edington, Wilts.
Transaction S1196      Plegred 1 from Æthelmod 7, dux; purchase of a half tun which previously pertained to Wilburgewellan near Canterbury (? Well near Ickham), Kent for 600 denarii
Transaction S1195      Ealhburg 1 and Eadwald 10 (on behalf of Ealhburg 1 and Ealdred 19 and Eadwald 10 and Ealhwynn 1) to Canterbury, Christ Church 1; grant of renders from land at Burnan
Transaction S1193      Eadbald 12 (Ædbald) to Winemund 1; grant of land at Burmarsh halfsæta, in return for 800 pence
Office S323    Ecgberht 10 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S321    Alfred 8 held office of King (king of the Saxons)
Office S1201    Burgred 5 held office of King (king of the Mercians)
Office S1201    Æthelswith 1 held office of Queen (queen of the Mercians)
Office S1201    Æthelred 15 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S342    Æthelred 15 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S341    Æthelred 15 held office of King (king of the West [Saxons])
Office S340    Æthelred 15 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S339    Æthelred 15 held office of King (king of the West Saxons and also of the people of Kent)
Office S338a    Æthelred 15 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S338    Æthelred 15 held office of King (king of the West Saxons and also of the people of Kent)
Office S334    Æthelred 15 held office of King (king of the Saxons)
Office S336    Æthelred 15 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S335    Æthelred 15 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S333    Æthelberht 9 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S331    Æthelberht 9 held office of King (king of the West Saxons and of the people of Kent)
Office S332    Æthelberht 9 held office of King (king of the West Saxons and also of the people of Kent)
Office S330    Æthelberht 9 held office of King (king of the West Saxons and also of the people of Kent)
Office S329    Æthelberht 9 held office of King (king of the West [Saxons])
Office S327    Æthelberht 9 held office of King (king of the West Saxons and people of Kent)
Office S320    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons and people of Kent and all the southern people of the English)
Office S326    Æthelbald 13 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S318    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king of the English)
Office S319    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons and people of Kent)
Office S317    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S316    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king not only of the West Saxons but also the people of Kent)
Office S315    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons and also of the people of Kent)
Office S312    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S310    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S308    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S307    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S305    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S304    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S302    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S303    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S301    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S299    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S298    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S297    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king not only of the West Saxons but also of the people of Kent)
Office S296    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king not only of the West Saxons but also of the people of Kent)
Office S295    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S294b    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S294a    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S294    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (King of the West Saxons)
Office S293    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons and people of Kent)
Office S292    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king of the Saxons)
Office S291    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king of the south people)
Office S290    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S289    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S288    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Office S287    Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (king of the West Saxons)
Event S1439      After his death, Oswald's will was contested against his wife, Beornthryth 1, at a synodal council at Aclea. It was resolved that the terms of the bequest should remain as he left them.
Office S1273    Ealhhun 2
Event S332      Æthelberht 9, king of the West Saxons and of the people of Kent, to Æthelred 9, minister; grant of 9 sulungs (aratra) at Mersham, Kent, in return for 400 mancuses of gold
Event S331      Æthelberht 9, king of the West Saxons and of the people of Kent, to Dryhtwald 1, minister; grant of 10 sulungs (aratra) at Bromley, Kent
Transaction S136      Offa 7, king of the Mercians, to the church of St Alban's 1; grant of privileges and of 34 hides (mansiones) at Cassio, Herts., 6 at Heanhamstede (cf. Hamstead's House, St Stephens, Herts.) and 10 at Stanmore, Middx.
Transaction S137      Record of the restoration by Offa 7, king, to Hathored 3, bishop of Worcester, of 5 hides (manentes) at Aust (Cliff), Gloucs., seized by Bynna 1, the king's comes, the bishop having brought forward a charter of King Æthelbald 4 to prove the bishopric's title
Transaction S137      Bynna 1, king's comes, from Hathored 3, bishop; seizure of 5 hides (manentes) at Aust (Cliff), Gloucs.
Transaction S138      Offa 7, king of the Mercians, to St Albans 1 church; grant of 30 hides (manentes), consisting of 12 at Winslow, Bucks.; 3 at Scelfdune sive Baldiningcotum; 10 at Scuccan hlaw vel Fenntun (cf. Warren Farm in Horwood, Bucks.) with the wood called Horowudu (Horwood, Bucks.); and 5 at Lygetune (? Luton, Beds., or Leyton, Essex)
Transaction S138      Offa 7, king of the Mercians, to St Albans 1 church; grant of 30 hides (manentes), consisting of 12 at Winslow, Bucks.; 3 at Scelfdune sive Baldiningcotum; 10 at Scuccan hlaw vel Fenntun (cf. Warren Farm in Horwood, Bucks.) with the wood called Horowudu (Horwood, Bucks.); and 5 at Lygetune (? Luton, Beds., or Leyton, Essex)
Transaction S138      Offa 7, king of the Mercians, to St Albans 1 church; grant of 30 hides (manentes), consisting of 12 at Winslow, Bucks.; 3 at Scelfdune sive Baldiningcotum; 10 at Scuccan hlaw vel Fenntun (cf. Warren Farm in Horwood, Bucks.) with the wood called Horowudu (Horwood, Bucks.); and 5 at Lygetune (? Luton, Beds., or Leyton, Essex)
Transaction S141      Offa 7, king of the Mercians, with Ealdred 5, subregulus of the Hwicce, to the minster and church of Bishops Cleeve, St Michael's 1, Gloucs.; grant of 15 hides (mansiones) at Timbingctun, under Wendlesclif and north of Tyrl brook
Transaction S141      Offa 7, king of the Mercians, with Ealdred 5, subregulus of the Hwicce, to the minster and church of Bishops Cleeve, St Michael's 1, Gloucs.; grant of 15 hides (mansiones) at Timbingctun, under Wendlesclif and north of Tyrl brook
Transaction S141      Offa 7, king of the Mercians, with Ealdred 5, subregulus of the Hwicce, to the minster and church of Bishops Cleeve, St Michael's 1, Gloucs.; grant of 15 hides (mansiones) at Timbingctun, under Wendlesclif and north of Tyrl brook
Transaction S1413      Headda 9, priest and abbot, to his descendants in priestly orders [Anonymi 1256], with reversion to the bishopric of Worcester 1; grant of land at Dowdeswell, Gloucs.; Tyreltune (? Whittington, Gloucs.); and at Onnandune (near Andoversford, Gloucs.)
Transaction S144      Offa 7, king of the Mercians, to the church at Woking 1, Surrey; grant of 20 hides (manentes) at Woking 1
Transaction S148      Ecgfrith 7, king of the Mercians, to Æthelmund 2, his princeps; grant of 3 hides (cassati) at Huntena tun
Transaction S261      Cynewulf 4, king, to Eadwald 5, abbot, and Muchelney 1 Abbey; grant of 8 hides (cassati) between the rivers Earn (now the Fivehead) and Isle, probably at Isle Abbotts, Somerset
Transaction S261      Cynewulf 4, king, to Eadwald 5, abbot, and Muchelney 1 Abbey; grant of 8 hides (cassati) between the rivers Earn (now the Fivehead) and Isle, probably at Isle Abbotts, Somerset
Transaction S267      Beorhtric 1, king of the West Saxons, to Wigfrith 4, præfectus; grant of 10 hides (cassati) on the river Parret, Somerset
Transaction S30      Eardwulf 2, king of Kent, to the church of Rochester, St Andrew's 1; grant of pasture rights at Holanspic, at Petteridge in Brenchley, and at Lindridge, Kent
Transaction S35      Ecgberht 9, king of Kent, to Deora 2, bishop of Rochester; grant of a half sulung (aratrum) a Bromhey in Frindsbury, Kent, and a marsh called Scaga
Transaction S36      Ecgberht 9, king of Kent, to Deora 2, bishop of Rochester; grant of a half sulung (aratrum) at Bromhey in Frindsbury, Kent, and a marsh on the Iaenlade (? Yantlet Creek)
Transaction S37      Ecgberht 9, king of Kent, to Deora 2, bishop of Rochester, and the church of Rochester, St Andrew's 1; grant of 10 sulungs (aratra) at Halling, Kent, with appurtenant swine-pastures at Bixle, Speldhurst, Mæreden, Rusthall and Teppanhyse, Kent
Transaction S37      Ecgberht 9, king of Kent, to Deora 2, bishop of Rochester, and the church of Rochester, St Andrew's 1; grant of 10 sulungs (aratra) at Halling, Kent, with appurtenant swine-pastures at Bixle, Speldhurst, Mæreden, Rusthall and Teppanhyse, Kent
Transaction S37      Ecgberht 9, king of Kent, to Deora 2, bishop of Rochester, and the church of Rochester, St Andrew's 1; grant of 10 sulungs (aratra) at Halling, Kent, with appurtenant swine-pastures at Bixle, Speldhurst, Mæreden, Rusthall and Teppanhyse, Kent
Transaction S63      Ealdred 5, with the consent of Uhtred 2, his brother, and of Offa 7, king of the Mercians, to Beornheard 6, comes; grant of 3 hides (cassati) at Huntena tun
Transaction S127      Offa 7, king of the Mercians, to Ceolnoth 1, abbot, and his familia in the church of St Peter (Chertsey); confirmation of privileges and lands granted by Frithuwald 4 and Eorcenwald 1
Transaction S353      Alfred 8, king of the English, to Chertsey Abbey 1; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Thorpe, with Getinges (cf. Eaton Farm, Chobham), Hunewaldesham (cf. Hundulsham, lost, in Weybridge) and Woodham, Surrey
Event ASC (E)  603 E   Theobald 1 was slain there [sc. at Degsastan] with all his troop (Anonymi 1301).
Event ASC (E)  603 E   Hering 1 led the here (Anonymi 1302) thither.
Event ASC (E)  633 E   Cadwallon 1 and Penda 1 went and ravaged all the land of the Northumbrians.
Event ASC (E)  633 E   When Paulinus 1 saw Cadwallon 1 and Penda 1 ravaging all the land of the Northumbrians, he took Æthelburg 1 and went by ship to Kent.
Event ASC (E)  634 E   Here Osric 1 acceded to the kingdom of the Deirans.
Event ASC (E)  634 E   [Here] Eanfrith 2 acceded to [the kingdom of] the Bernicians.
Event ASC (E)  634 E   Oswald 1 also here acceded to the Northumbrian kingdom.
Event ASC (E)  641 E   Here Oswald 1 was slain by Penda 1 at Maserfeld on the day of the nones of August [= 5 August].
Office ASC (E)  641 E Oswiu 1 Oswiu 1 reigned for two less than thirty years.
Event ASC (E)  643 E   Here Oswine 1 acceded to the kingdom of the Deirans.
Event ASC (E)  654 EF(OE and Lat.)   Here Oswiu 1 slew Penda 1 at Winwidfeld and thirty royal offspring with him, some of whom were kings (Anonymi 1312): one was Æthelhere 1.
Event ASC (E)  664 E   Tuda 1 was buried at Pagele.
Event ASC (E)  685 E   [John 18] went to his mynster at the wood of the Deirans.
Office ASC (E)  603 E Aedán 1 held office of King (King of the Irish/Scots)
Office ASC (E)  617 E Æthelfrith 2 held office of King (King of the Northumbrians)
Office ASC (E)  639 E, 640 F(OE and Lat.) Anna 1 held office of King (King of the East Angles)
Office ASC (E)  692 EF(OE and Lat.) Beorhtwald 6 held office of Abbot (Abbot at Reculver)
Office ASC (E)  678 E Bosa 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop to the Deirans)
Office ASC (E)  626 E Cwichelm 1 held office of King (King of the West Saxons)
Office ASC (E)  678 E Eadhæd 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop to the dwellers in Lindsey)
Office ASC (E)  678 E Eata 2 held office of Bishop (Bishop to the Bernicians)
Office ASC (E)  617 E Edwin 2 held office of King (King of the Northumbrians)
Office ASC (E)  656 E (p. 30) Jarumann 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop of the Mercians)
Office ASC (E)  634 E Osric 1 held office of King
Office ASC (E)  643 E Oswine 1 held office of King (King of the Deirans)
Office ASC (E)  625 F(Lat.) Paulinus 1 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the Northumbrians)
Office ASC (E)  617 E Rædwald 1 held office of King (King of the East Angles)
Office ASC (E)  685 EF(OE and Lat.) Trumberht 1 held office of Bishop
Office ASC (E)  681 EF(OE and Lat.) Trumwine 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop to the Picts)
Office ASC (E)  675 E (p. 37) Wilfrid 2 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of York)
Office ASC (E)  685 E Wilfrid 4 held office of Bishop (Bishop [at York])
Office ASC (E)  656 E (p. 30) Wine 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop of London)
Office ASC (E)  656 E (p. 33) Wynnfrith 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop of the Mercians)
Possession ASC (E)  685 E John 18 his minster at Derawudu [i.e., the wood of the Deirans]
Office ASC (DEF)  780 DE Tilberht 2 held office of Bishop
Office ASC (DEF)  789 DEF(OE and Lat.) Ælfwald 7 held office of King (King of the Northumbrians)
Office ASC (DEF)  774 DE Alhred 1 held office of King (King of the Northumbrians)
Office ASC (DEF)  765 DE Alhred 1 held office of King (King of the Northumbrians)
Office ASC (DEF)  766 F(OE and Lat.) Pehtwine 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop of Whithorn)
Office ASC (DEF)  762 DE Pehtwine 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop to Whithorn)
Office ASC (DEF)  761 DE Æthelwald 14 held office of King (King of the Northumbrians)
Office ASC (DEF)  759 DEF(OE and Lat.) Æthelwald 14 held office of King (King of the Northumbrians)
Office ASC (DEF)  752 DE Æthelbald 4 held office of King (King of the Mercians)
Office ASC (DEF)  757 DEF(OE and Lat.) Eadberht 11 held office of King (King of the Northumbrians)
Office ASC (DEF)  725 DEF(OE and Lat.) Wihtred 1 held office of King (King of the Dwellers in Kent)
Office ASC (DEF)  705 DEF(OE and Lat.) Aldfrith 1 held office of King (King of the Northumbrians)
Office ASC (DEF)  702 DEF(OE and Lat.) Cenred 2 held office of King (King of the Southumbrians)
Office ASC (DEF)  693 F(Lat.) Godun 1 held office of Metropolitan bishop (Metropolitan bishop)
Office ASC (DEF)  <693> D, 693 EF(OE) Godun 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop of the Gauls)
Event ASC (DEF)  806 DEF(OE and Lat.)   Eardwulf 4 was driven from his kingdom.
Event ASC (DEF)  795 DEF(OE and Lat.)   Eardwulf 4 acceded to the kingdom of the Northumbrians [DE add: on 2 ides of May (14 May)].
Event ASC (DEF)  793 DEF(OE and Lat.)   Here portents frightened the people (Anonymi 1340). These were followed by famine.
Event ASC (DEF)  789 DEF(OE and Lat.)   A [F(OE) adds: great] synod (Anonymi 1339) gathered at Aclea.
Event ASC (DEF)  788 DEF(OE and Lat.)   Here a synod (Anonymi 1338) gathered in the land of Northumbrians at Wincanheal.
Event ASC (DEF)  782 DEF(OE and Lat.)   There was a synod (Anonymi 1349) at Aclea.
Event ASC (DEF)  779 DE   The high reeves of the Northumbrians, [Osbald 1 and Æthelheard 24] burned Beorn 2 at Seletun on 8 [E: 9] kalends January [= 25 (E: 24) December]
Event ASC (DEF)  778 DE   Æthelbald 7 and Heardberht 4 slew three high-reeves: Ealdwulf 11 at Coniscliffe and Cynewulf 5 and Ecga 2 at Helathirnum on 11 kalends of April [= 22 March].
Event ASC (DEF)  765 DEF(OE and Lat.)   Here Alhred 1 acceded to the kingdom of the Northumbrians.
Event ASC (DEF)  761 DEF(OE and Lat.)   Moll Æthelwald 15 slew Oswine 4 at 'Edwin's Cliff' [DE add: on 8 ides of August (= 6 August)].
Event ASC (DEF)  759 DEF(OE and Lat.)   [Here] Moll Æthelwald 15 acceded to the kingdom among the Northumbrians [F(Lat.) substitutes: in Northumbria].
Event ASC (DEF)  757 DEF(OE and Lat.)   [Here] Oswulf 2 acceded to the kingdom.
Event ASC (DEF)  737 DE   In this same year Æthelbald 4 harried the land of the Northumbrians.
Event ASC (DEF)  705 DEF(OE and Lat.)   Osred 1 acceded to the kingdom.
Event ASC (DEF)  702 DEF(OE and Lat.)   Here Cenred 2 acceded to the kingdom of the Southumbrians (Anonymi 1333).
Office ASC (DEF)  790 DEF(OE and Lat.) Osred 3 held office of King (King of the Northumbrians)
Office ASC (DEF)  792 DE Osred 3 held office of King (King of the Northumbrians)
Office ASC (DEF)  795 DEF(OE and Lat.) Eardwulf 4 held office of King (King of the Northumbrians)
Office ASC (DEF)  806 DEF(Lat.) Eardwulf 4 held office of King (King of the Northumbrians)
Office ASC (DEF)  853 D, 852 E Burgred 5 held office of King (King of the Mercians)
Office ASC (DEF)  853 D, 852 E Æthelwulf 1 held office of King (King of the West Saxons)
Occupation ASC (DEF)  782 DEF(OE and Lat.) Anonymi 1349 Synod participant
Event ASC (MR)  [902] B, 902 C   There was a battle at the Holme between the Dwellers in Kent (Anonymi 1352) and the Danes (Anonymi 1353).
Event ASC (MR)  [910] B, 910 C, 909 D   Æthelflæd 4 built the burh at Bremesburh.
Event ASC (MR)  [912] B, 912 C   Here Æthelflæd 4 came to 'Scergeat'.
Event ASC (MR)  [912] B, 912 C   Æthelflæd 4 built the burh at 'Scergeat'.
Event ASC (MR)  [915] B, 915 C   [Æthelflæd 4 built] that [burh] æt Weardbyrig.
Event ASC (MR)  [916] B, 916 C   [Æthelflæd 4 and the fyrd (Anonymi 1359)] broke down Brecenanmere.
Event ASC (MR)  [916] B, 916 C   [Æthelflæd 4 and the fierd (Anonymi 1359)] there [sc. at Brecenanmere] seized the wife (Anonymous 491) of the king (Anonymous 492), one of thirty-four people (Anonymi 1361) [sc. seized].
Event B.VitDunstani  26   In the Alps Ælfsige 30 encountered extreme difficulties because of the snow, which froze him so stiff that he died there.
Event B.VitDunstani  13   Edmund 14 ordered Dunstan 1 to appear before him, intending that he should be numbered among the chosen royal magnates at his court. Dunstan 1 obeyed and lived long with the great in the royal palace, despite difficulties.
Event B.VitDunstani  2   Gregory 1 sent Augustine 1 to convert the English to Christianity.
Occupation ASC  Pref. AG Anonymi 1275 Ship’s crew
Office ASC  Pref. AG Sigeberht 4 held office of King
Office ASC  Pref. AG Seaxburg 2 held office of Queen
Occupation OEMart  37 Anonymous 455 Servant
Occupation ASC (A)  917 A (p. 67), 921 G (p. 79) Anonymi 1427 Here
Status ASC (A)  917 A (p. 67), 921 G (p. 79) Anonymi 1428 held status of Burgwaru / Burgwaru
Event ASC (A)  918 A, 922 G   All the people who occupied the land of th