Location: Ireland / Ireland

Factoid List

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Event Anon.VitCeolfrithi  3   They all died because of a plague
Event Anon.VitCeolfrithi  2   Cynefrith 1 left for Ireland to pursue the study of the Scriptures and to serve the Lord more freely in prayer and penance.
Education Anon.VitCeolfrithi  3 Anonymi 474 They went to Ireland to study the Scriptures
Office Bede.HE  iii.13 Acca 3 held office of Priest
Office Bede.HE  ii.3 Anonymi 614 held office of Abbot
Office Bede.HE  ii.3 Anonymi 614 held office of Bishop
Status Bede.HE  v.9 Wihtberht 2 held status of Exile / Exile
Status Bede.HE  v.9 Wihtberht 2 held status of Exile / Exile
Status Bede.HE  iv.3 Ecgberht 6 held status of Exile / Exile
Status Bede.HE  v.9 Ecgberht 6 held status of Exile / Exile
Event Bede.HE  v.15, 21   After having been to the kingdom of Aldfrith 1, Adomnán 1 went back to Iona and sought to bring his own people into the way of truth, but was unable to do so. So he sailed to Ireland and explained to the people there the true date of Easter.
Event Bede.HE  v.9   Anonymous 272 related to Ecgberht 6 a vision which he had seen during the night. Boisil 1, his master, had appeared to him and said that he should tell Ecgberht 6 that he could not perform the journey he was organizing. He should go instead and give instruction in the monasteries of Columba 1.
Event Bede.HE  iv.26   Beorht 1 was sent by Ecgfrith 4 to Ireland where he devastated the race.
Event Bede.HE  iv.3   Chad 1 and Ecgberht 6 lived their monastic life in Ireland together.
Event Bede.HE  iv.3   While Hygebald 2 was visiting, he and Ecgberht 6 started talking about the lives of the early fathers. Mention was made of Chad 1 and Ecgberht 6 told Hygebald 2 of a man who had had a vision of Cedd 1 taking Chad 1's soul to heaven.
Event Bede.HE  iii.26, v.24   Colmán 1 took those who would not accept the catholic Easter and returned to Ireland in order to discuss what he ought to do.
Event Bede.HE  iii.24   Ceollach 1 resigned from his bishopric and went back to Ireland.
Event Bede.HE  iii.13   Acca 3 told Bede 1 of an Irish scholar (Anonymous 231) who was careless about his salvation. When he fell victim of a plague, he sent for Acca 3 and promised to correct his vicious ways, if he was granted any further term of life. He asked Acca 3 for some relics of Oswald 1.
Event Bede.HE  iii.13   On their way to Rome, Acca 3 and Wilfrid 2 stayed with Willibrord 1.
Office Bede.HE  iv.16 Hiddila 1 held office of Priest
Education Bede.HE  iii.27 Ecgberht 6 He went to Ireland for the sake of religious study
Education Bede.HE  iii.7 Agilbert 1 He spent a long time in Ireland for the purpose of studying the Scriptures
Education Bede.HE  iii.27 Æthelwine 8 He went to Ireland to study
Occupation Bede.HE  iv.3 Chad 1 Monk
Occupation Bede.HE  iv.3 Ecgberht 6 Monk
Occupation Bede.HE  iii.13 Anonymous 231 Scholar
Occupation Bede.HE  v.9 Anonymous 272 Brother
Occupation Bede.HE  v.9 Wihtberht 2 Anchorite
Event ASC  891 ADEF(OE and Lat.)G, <892> B, 892 C   Three Scotti came to Alfred 8 in one boat from Ireland.
Event Alcuin.VersEubor  460-98   An Irish scholar (Anonymous 231), struck by plague, drank some water bathed in the stake on which Oswald 1's head had been nailed and recovered.
Event Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  Cap.4   The devout young man [sc. Willibrord 1] went to Ireland for the sake of learning.
Event Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  4   Each of them [sc. Ecgberht 6 and Wihtberht 2] withdrew to Ireland.
Event Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  4   There [sc. in Ireland] they [sc. Ecgberht 6 and Wihtberht 2] daily spent [their time] in a solitary existence.
Event Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  4   Willibrord 1 went in a swift journey to Ireland.
Event Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  4   There [sc. in Ireland] for twelve years [Willibrord 1] was educated.
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.
Education Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  Cap.4 Willibrord 1 The devout young man [sc. Willibrord 1] went to Ireland for the sake of learning.
Education Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  4 Willibrord 1 There [sc. in Ireland] Willibrord 1 was educated for twelve years amongst distinguished teachers in pious religion and sacred reading.
Occupation Alcuin.VitWillibrPr  4 Anonymi 1150 Teacher
Office Æthelwulf.CarmAbb  6 Ecgberht 6 held office of Bishop
Occupation Alcuin.VersEubor  1016-17 Ecgberht 6 Pilgrim
Event ASC  914 A, <915> B, 915 CD, 918 G   Anonymi 1037 went from Flatholme [BCD substitute: Steepholme] to Dyfed and then to Ireland.
Event ASC (DEF)  941 D   Here the Northumbrians (Anonymi 1556) broke their vows and chose Olaf 4 from Ireland as their king.
Occupation Alcuin.Ep  280 (p. 437 line 15) Anonymi 1953 Teacher
Education Aldhelm.Ep  5 (p. 489) Heahfrith 1 Heahfrith 1 spent six years in Ireland where he fed on the rough elements of primary education in his youth.
Occupation Aldhelm.Ep  5 (p. 490) Tunning 1 Scholar
Occupation Aldhelm.Ep  5 (p. 490) Tatfrith 2 Scholar
Event AnnalsFragIrel  168.429   The Norwegians (Anonymi 2075) left Ireland and went to the island of Britain. Their leader was Ingimund 1.
Event AnnalsFragIrel  166.429   The Norwegian armies (Anonymi 2075) were expelled from Ireland.
Event AnnalsFragIrel  36.95   In this year Adomnán 1 set free the captives (Anonymi 2058) the Saxons (Anonymi 2059) had taken from Ireland.
Event AnnalsUlster  687.5   Adomnán 1 led sixty captives (Anonymi 2157) back to Ireland.
Event Æthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 53)   The greater part of that army (Anonymi 2578) departed for Ireland.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1050   In the same year 36 ships came up the Usk from Ireland and did damage to those parts with the help of Gruffudd 1 the Welsh king. The people gathered together against him, and Bishop Ealdred 37 was there with them, but they had too little support, and the enemy came on them by surprise quite early in the morning, and killed many good men there; and the others escaped with the bishop. This was done on 29 July.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  C 1051   MS C: Earl Godwine 51 and all his sons were driven out of England. He went to Bruges with his wife [Gytha 1] and with his three sons, Swein 3, Tosti 2, and Gyrth 1. And Harold 3 and Leofwine 69 went to Ireland and stayed there that winter.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1052   Eustace 1, who had married King Edward 15’s sister [Gode 2], landed at Dover. Then his men [Anonymi 10005] went foolishly looking for billets and killed a certain man of the town [Anonymous 10016], and another of the townsmen [Anonymous 10017] [killed] their comrades, so that 7 of his comrades [gefera] [Anonymi 10006] were struck down. And great damage was done on either side with horses and with weapons until the people assembled, and then Eustace 1’s men fled to the king at Gloucester, who granted them protection.

Then Earl Godwine 51 was indignant that such things should happen in his earldom, and he began to gather his people from all over his earldom, and Earl Swein 3 his son did the same over all his, and Harold 3 his other son over all his. And they all assembled in Gloucestershire at Langtree, a great and innumerable force all ready to do battle against the king unless Eustace 1 were surrendered and his men handed over to them, as well as the Frenchmen [Anonymi 10007] who were in the castle. This was done a week before the feast of St Mary [8 September].

King Edward 15 was then residing at Gloucester. He sent for Earl Leofric 49, and to the north for Earl Siweard 11, and asked for their troops. And they came to him at first with a small force, but after they had understood how things were in the south, they sent north throughout all their earldoms and had a great army [fyrd] called out for the help of their lord [hlaford], and Ralph 1 [John of Worcester says: son of Gode 2, King Edward 15’s sister] did the same throughout his earldom; and they all came to Gloucester to the help of the king, though it was late. They were all so much in agreement with the king that they were willing to attack the army of Godwine 51 if the king had wished them to do so.

Then some of them thought it would be a great piece of folly if they joined battle, for in the two hosts there was most of what was noblest in England, and they considered that they would be opening a way for our enemies to enter the country and to cause great ruin among ourselves. They advised the exchange of hostages, and they issued summonses for a meeting at London; the folk throughout all this northern province, in Siweard 11’s earldom and Leofric 49’s and elsewhere, were ordered to go there. And Earl Godwine 51 and his sons were to come there to defend themselves. Then they came to Southwark, and a great number of them from Wessex, but his force dwindled more and more as time passed. And all the thegns [Anonymi 10008] of Earl Harold 3 his son were transferred to the king’s allegiance, and Earl Swein 3 his other son was outlawed. Then it did not suit him to come to defend himself against the king and against the force that was with the king.

Then Godwine 51 went away by night, and next morning the king held a meeting of his council and he and all the army declared him an outlaw, and all his sons with him. And he went south to Thorney and so did his wife [Gytha 1] and his sons Swein 3 and Tosti 2, with his wife [Judith 2] who was a kinswoman [mage] of Baldwin 4 of Bruges [Baldwines æt Brycge], and his son Gyrth 1. And Earl Harold 3 and Leofwine 69 went to Bristol to the ship which Earl Swein 3 had equipped and provisioned for himself. And the king sent Bishop Ealdred 37 from London with a force, and they were to intercept him before he got on board, but they could not – or would not. And he went out from the estuary of the Avon, and had such stiff weather that he escaped with difficulty, and he suffered great losses there. He continued his course to Ireland when sailing weather came. And Godwine 51 and those who were with him went from Thorney to Bruges, to Baldwin 4’s country, in one ship with as much treasure for each person as they could stow away. It would have seemed remarkable to everyone in England if anybody had told them that it could happen, because he had been exalted so high, even to the point of ruling the king and all England, and his sons were earls and the king’s favourites [dyrlingas], and his daughter [Eadgyth 3] was married to the king. She was brought to Wherwell and they entrusted her to the abbess [Anonymous 10018].

Then forthwith Earl William 1 came from overseas with a great force [werod] of Frenchmen, and the king received him and as many of his companions [gefera] as suited him, and let him go again.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1052   The king and his council decided that ships should be sent to Sandwich, and they appointed Earl Ralph 1 and Earl Odda 8 as their captains [heafodmannum]. Then Earl Godwine 51 went out from Bruges with his ships to the Isere, and put out to sea a day before the eve of the midsummer festival, so that he came to Dungeness, which is south of Romney. Then it came to the knowledge of the earls out at Sandwich, and they then went out in pursuit of the other ships, and a land force was called out against the ships. Then meanwhile Earl Godwine 51 was warned; and he went to Pevensey, and the storm became so violent that the earls could not find out what had happened to Earl Godwine 51. And then Earl Godwine 51 put out again so that he got back to Bruges, and the other ships went back again to Sandwich. Then it was decided that the ships should go back again to London, and that other earls and other oarsmen [hasæta] should be appointed to them. But there was so long a delay that the naval expedition was quite abandoned and all the men went home. Earl Godwine 51 found out about this and hoisted his sail – and so did his fleet – and they went westward direct to the Isle of Wight and there landed, and ravaged there so long that the people paid them as much as they imposed on them, and then they went westward until they came to Portland and landed there, and did whatever damage they could. Then Harold 3 had come from Ireland with 9 ships, and he landed at Porlock, and there was a great force gathered there to oppose him, but he did not hesitate to obtain provisions for himself, and he landed and killed a great part of the force that opposed him, and seized for himself what came his way in cattle, men, and property; and then he went east to his father, and they both went eastward until they came to the Isle of Wight, and there took what they had left behind them. Then they went on to Pevensey and took with them as many ships as were serviceable and so proceeded to Dungeness. And he took all the ships that were at Romney and Hythe and Folkestone, and then they went east to Dover and landed and seized ships for themselves and as many hostages as they wished. So they came to Sandwich and there they did exactly the same, and everywhere they were given hostages and provisions wherever they asked for them. They went on to Northmouth [Kentish Stour] and so towards London, and some of the ships went within Sheppey and did much damage there, and they went to Milton Regis and burnt it down to the ground. Thus they proceeded on their way to London in pursuit of the earls. When they came to London the king and earls were all lying there with 50 ships ready to meet them. Then the earls sent to the king and asked him legally to return to them all those things of which they had been unjustly deprived. But the king refused for some time – for so long that the men who were with the earl were so incensed against the king and against his men that the earl himself had difficulty calming those men. Then Bishop Stigand 1 with the help of God went there and the wise men both inside the city and without, and they decided that hostages should be arranged for on both sides. And so it was done. Then Archbishop Robert 5 found out about this, and the Frenchmen, so that they took horses and departed, some west to Pentecost’s castle, and some north to Robert 5’s castle. And Archbishop Robert 5 and Bishop Ulf 13 and their companions went out at the east gate and killed or otherwise injured many young men, and went right on to Eadulfesness [The Naze, Essex], and he there got on board a broken-down ship, and went right on overseas, and left behind him his pallium and all the Church in this country. This was God’s will, in that he had obtained the dignity when it was not God’s will. Then a big council was summoned outside London, and all the earls and the chief men who were in the country were at the council. Then Earl Godwine 51 expounded his case, and cleared himself before King Edward 15, his lord [hlaford], and before all his country-men, declaring that he was guiltless of the charges brought against him, and against Harold 3 his son and all his children. Then the king granted the earl and his children his full friendship and full status as an earl, and all that he had had. And all the men who were with him were treated likewise. And the king gave the lady [Eadgyth 3] all that she had had. And Archbishop Robert 5 was declared utterly an outlaw, and all the Frenchmen too, because they were most responsible for the disagreement between Earl Godwine 51 and the king.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  CDE 1055   MS C: There was a council at London, and Earl Ælfgar 46, son of Earl Leofric 49, was outlawed without any guilt; and he then went to Ireland and there got himself a fleet – it was 18 ships apart from his own – and then they went to Wales to King Gruffudd 1 [ap Llewelyn] with that force, and he took him into his protection. And then they gathered a large force with the Irishmen and with the Welsh, and Earl Ralph 1 gathered a large force against them at Hereford town, and there battle was joined. But before any spear was thrown the English army fled because they were on horseback, and many were killed there – about four or five hundred men – and they killed none in return. And then they went back to the town and burnt it with the glorious minster which Æthelstan 64 the venerable bishop had had built. They stripped and robbed it of relics and vestments and everything, and killed the people and some they carried off. Then a force was collected from very nearly all over England, and they came to Gloucester, and went a little way out into Wales, and stayed there for some time. And Earl Harold 3 had a ditch made about the town during that time. Then meanwhile peace was discussed and Earl Harold 3 and those who were with him came to Billingsley and there confirmed peace and friendship between them. And Ælfgar 46 was reinstated and given all that had been taken from him, and the fleet went to Chester and there waited for their pay which Earl Ælfgar 46 promised them. This slaughter was on 24 October.

MS D: Earl Ælfgar 46, Earl Leofric 49’s son, was outlawed, having committed hardly any crime. But he went to Ireland and Wales and got himself a large force and so came to Hereford. But Earl Ralph 1 came against him with a large force, but after a little struggle this was put to flight and many people killed in the flight. The invaders then went to Hereford town and ravaged it, and burnt the glorious minster which Bishop Æthelstan 64 had built, and killed the priests inside the minster and many others as well, and captured all the treasures and took them away. And when they had done the greatest damage, it was decided to reinstate Earl Ælfgar 46 and give him his earldom, and all that had been taken from him. This devastation happened on 24 October.

MS E: Earl Ælfgar 46 was outlawed because he was charged with being a traitor to the king and to all the people of the country. And he admitted this before all the people who were assembled there, though the words escaped him against his will. ... and Earl Ælfgar 46 sought the protection of Gruffudd 1 in Wales; and in this year Gruffudd 1 and Ælfgar 46 burned down St Æthelberht’s minster and all the city of Hereford.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1067   Harold 3’s sons [Anonymi 10018] came unexpectedly from Ireland with a naval force into the mouth of the Avon, and ravaged all over that district. Then they went to Bristol and meant to take the city by storm but the citizens fought against them fiercely. And when they could not get anything out of the city, they went to their ships with what they had won by plunder, and so went to Somerset and landed there. And Eadnoth 17, the staller, fought against them and was killed there, and many good men on both sides. And those who survived went away.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1068   After this Harold 3’s sons came from Ireland at midsummer with 64 ships into the mouth of the Taw, and landed incautiously. And Count Brian 1 came against them by surprise with no little force, and fought against them and killed all the best men who were in that fleet; and the others escaped with a small force to the ships. And Harold 3’s sons went back to Ireland again.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1071; E 1070   MS D: The monastery at Peterborough was plundered, namely by the men that Bishop Æthelric 51 had excommunicated because they had taken there all that he had.

MS E: Then the monks of Peterborough heard it said that their own men meant to plunder the monastery – that was Hereweard 1 and his following. That was because they heard it said that the king had given the abbacy to a French abbot called Turold 1, and he was a very stern man, and had then come to Stamford with all his Frenchmen. There was then a sacristan called Yware 1; he took by night all he could, the Gospels and chasubles, and copes and robes, and some such small things – whatever he could – and went at once before dawn to the abbot Turold 1, and told him he was seeking his protection, and informed him how the outlaws were alleged to be coming to Peterborough. He did all that according to the monks’ advice. Then forthwith in the morning all the outlaws came with many ships, and wanted to enter the monastery, and the monks withstood them so that they could not get in. Then they set fire to it and burnt down all the monks’ houses and al the town except one house. Then they got in by means of fire at Bolhithe Gate, and the monks came towards them and asked them for a truce, but they paid no attention, and went into the church, climbed up to the Holy Rood and took the crown off our Lord’s head – all of pure gold – and then took the foot-rest that was underneath his feet, which was all of red gold. They climbed up to the steeple, brought down the altar-frontal that was hidden there – it was all of gold and silver – and took there 2 golden shrines and 9 of silver, and they took 15 great crucifixes, of both gold and silver. They took there so much gold and silver, and so many treasures in money and vestments and books, that no man can reckon it up to another. They said they did it out of loyalty to the monastery. Then they went on board ship and proceeded to Ely, where they deposited all the treasure. The Danes expected that they were going to overcome the Frenchmen. Then all the monks were scattered and none remained there but one monk who was called Leofwine 73 Tall [Lang]; he was lying ill in the infirmary. Then came Abbot Turold 1 and 160 Frenchmen with him, and all fully armed. When he arrived he found everything burnt inside and out except the church. The outlaws were then all afloat – they knew he would be bound to come there. This was done on 2 June. The two kings, William 1 and Swein 5, came to an agreement. Then the Danes proceeded out of Ely with all the above-mentioned treasures, and took them with them. When they were in the middle of the sea there came a great storm, and scattered all the ships carrying the treasures – some went to Norway, some to Ireland, some to Denmark and all that reached there was the altar-frontal and some shrines and crosses and much of the other treasure, and they brought it to a royal town called [blank], and then put it all in the church. Then afterwards through their carelessness and drunkenness the church was burnt one night with everything in it. Thus was the monastery of Peterborough burnt down and plundered. Almighty God have pity on it through his great mercy! And thus Abbot Turold 1 came to Peterborough, and the monks came back, and performed the service of Christ in the church, which had stood a whole week without any kind of service. When Bishop Æthelric 51 heard tell about it, he excommunicated all the men who had done this wicked deed.
Event Anon.VitaEdwardiRegis  I.4   Harold 3 and Leofwine 69 crossed to Ireland, so that with military forces drawn from there they could avenge their father [Godwine 51's] wrong. This disturbance in the English kingdom happened about the beginning of October [1051]; and the one party (i.e. Godwine 51) was received into Flanders for winter by Count Baldwin 4 and the other (i.e. Harold 3 and Leofwine 69) into Ireland by king Diarmait 1.
Event Anon.VitaEdwardiRegis  I.3   When the active earl [Godwine 51] saw that he was wrongfully overthrown and barred from a legal trial, he assembled a large fleet of the River Yser, and in the middle of the summer [of 1052] put to sea; and entered a port on the shore of Britain. All the eastern and southern English who could manage it met his ship; all came to meet him, like children their long-awaited father. At the same time his two sons, [Harold 3 and Leofwine 69] came with large naval forces from Ireland to meet him; and they wasted with sword, fire, and the seizure for booty all the kingdom from the farthest limits of the western Britons or English to the place where the earl was stationed. With the soldiers made more resolute by mutual exhortation, they crossed the Kentish sea and entered the mouth of the River Thames. Although Edward 15 did not believe the news about the invasion, he nevertheless came with such military force as he could muster to London; and he tried to deny them entry into the city where he was encamped. But the whole city went out to help and protect the earl [Godwine 51].
Office EMC Coin  1036.0086 (N 240.1 (Abp Wulfred Group III regular monogram)) Swefheard 6 held office of Moneyer for Wulfred 6
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1036.0086 (N 240.1 (Abp Wulfred Group III regular monogram)) Swefheard 6
Office EMC Coin  1036.0086 (N 240.1 (Abp Wulfred Group III regular monogram)) Wulfred 6 held office of Archbishop
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0118 (N 672 (Circumscription Cross, with mint)) Rægenweald 6
Office EMC Coin  1034.0118 (N 672 (Circumscription Cross, with mint)) Rægenweald 6 held office of Moneyer for Æthelstan 18
Office EMC Coin  1034.0114 (N 672 (Circumscription Cross, with mint)) Æthelstan 18 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0114 (N 672 (Circumscription Cross, with mint)) Rægenweald 6
Office EMC Coin  1034.0114 (N 672 (Circumscription Cross, with mint)) Rægenweald 6 held office of Moneyer for Æthelstan 18
Office EMC Coin  1034.0118 (N 672 (Circumscription Cross, with mint)) Æthelstan 18 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1964.9634 (N 539 (Anlaf Sihtricsson, Floral 'A')) Radulf 1
Office EMC Coin  1964.9634 (N 539 (Anlaf Sihtricsson, Floral 'A')) Radulf 1 held office of Moneyer for Olaf 4
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1964.9634 (N 539 (Anlaf Sihtricsson, Floral 'A')) Olaf 4
Office EMC Coin  1964.9634 (N 539 (Anlaf Sihtricsson, Floral 'A')) Olaf 4 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1034.0706 (N 713 (Bust crowned, without mint)) Man 40 held office of Moneyer for Eadred 16
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0706 (N 713 (Bust crowned, without mint)) Man 40
Office EMC Coin  1034.0706 (N 713 (Bust crowned, without mint)) Eadred 16 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0706 (N 713 (Bust crowned, without mint)) Eadred 16
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0145 (N 675 (Bust Crowned, with mint)) Man 22
Office EMC Coin  1034.0145 (N 675 (Bust Crowned, with mint)) Man 22 held office of Moneyer for Æthelstan 18
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0145 (N 675 (Bust Crowned, with mint)) Æthelstan 18
Office EMC Coin  1034.0145 (N 675 (Bust Crowned, with mint)) Æthelstan 18 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1034.0188 (N 680 (Circumscription Rosette)) Mægenfrith 1 held office of Moneyer for Æthelstan 18
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0188 (N 680 (Circumscription Rosette)) Mægenfrith 1
Office EMC Coin  1034.0188 (N 680 (Circumscription Rosette)) Æthelstan 18 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0188 (N 680 (Circumscription Rosette)) Æthelstan 18
Office EMC Coin  1034.0222 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Lytelman 2 held office of Moneyer for Æthelstan 18
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0222 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Lytelman 2
Office EMC Coin  1034.0222 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Æthelstan 18 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0222 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Æthelstan 18
Office EMC Coin  1034.1019 (N 744 (Two-Line (H): HR 1) [var: M in field usually]) Leofing 52 held office of Moneyer for Edgar 11
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.1019 (N 744 (Two-Line (H): HR 1) [var: M in field usually]) Leofing 52
Office EMC Coin  1034.1019 (N 744 (Two-Line (H): HR 1) [var: M in field usually]) Edgar 11 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.1019 (N 744 (Two-Line (H): HR 1) [var: M in field usually]) Edgar 11
Office EMC Coin  1986.6151 (N 675 (Bust Crowned, with mint)) Hungar 1 held office of Moneyer for Æthelstan 18
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.6151 (N 675 (Bust Crowned, with mint)) Hungar 1
Office EMC Coin  1986.6151 (N 675 (Bust Crowned, with mint)) Æthelstan 18 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.6151 (N 675 (Bust Crowned, with mint)) Æthelstan 18
Office EMC Coin  1034.0235 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Roscete 1 held office of Moneyer for Æthelstan 18
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0235 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Roscete 1
Office EMC Coin  1034.0235 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Æthelstan 18 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0235 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Æthelstan 18
Office EMC Coin  1034.0218 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Goda 36 held office of Moneyer for Æthelstan 18
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0218 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Goda 36
Office EMC Coin  1034.0218 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Æthelstan 18 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0218 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Æthelstan 18
Office EMC Coin  1034.0213 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Fugol 1 held office of Moneyer for Æthelstan 18
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0213 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Fugol 1
Office EMC Coin  1034.0213 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Æthelstan 18 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0213 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Æthelstan 18
Office EMC Coin  1034.12 (N 745 (Two-Line (H): HR 2)) Frithuric 10 held office of Moneyer for Edgar 11
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.12 (N 745 (Two-Line (H): HR 2)) Frithuric 10
Office EMC Coin  1034.12 (N 745 (Two-Line (H): HR 2)) Edgar 11 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.12 (N 745 (Two-Line (H): HR 2)) Edgar 11
Office EMC Coin  1034.0834 (N 730 (Three-Line (H): HR 3)) Edmund 53 held office of Moneyer for Eadwig 4
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0834 (N 730 (Three-Line (H): HR 3)) Edmund 53
Office EMC Coin  1034.0834 (N 730 (Three-Line (H): HR 3)) Eadwig 4 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0834 (N 730 (Three-Line (H): HR 3)) Eadwig 4
Office EMC Coin  1034.0832 (N 730 (Three-Line (H): HR 3)) Edmund 53 held office of Moneyer for Eadwig 4
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0832 (N 730 (Three-Line (H): HR 3)) Edmund 53
Office EMC Coin  1034.0832 (N 730 (Three-Line (H): HR 3)) Eadwig 4 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0832 (N 730 (Three-Line (H): HR 3)) Eadwig 4
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0141 (N 675 (Bust Crowned, with mint)) Edgar 27
Office EMC Coin  1034.0141 (N 675 (Bust Crowned, with mint)) Edgar 27 held office of Moneyer for Æthelstan 18
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0141 (N 675 (Bust Crowned, with mint)) Æthelstan 18
Office EMC Coin  1034.0141 (N 675 (Bust Crowned, with mint)) Æthelstan 18 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1034.0209 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Christian 3 held office of Moneyer for Æthelstan 18
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0209 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Christian 3
Office EMC Coin  1034.0209 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Æthelstan 18 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0209 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Æthelstan 18
Office EMC Coin  1034.0505 (N 706 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Beornhere 1 held office of Moneyer for Eadred 16
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0505 (N 706 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Beornhere 1
Office EMC Coin  1034.0505 (N 706 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Eadred 16 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0505 (N 706 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Eadred 16
Office EMC Coin  1034.013 (N 675 (Bust Crowned, with mint)) Beornheard 17 held office of Moneyer for Æthelstan 18
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.013 (N 675 (Bust Crowned, with mint)) Beornheard 17
Office EMC Coin  1034.013 (N 675 (Bust Crowned, with mint)) Æthelstan 18 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.013 (N 675 (Bust Crowned, with mint)) Æthelstan 18
Office EMC Coin  1034.0096 (N 672 (Circumscription Cross, with mint)) Beorhthelm 42 held office of Moneyer for Æthelstan 18
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0096 (N 672 (Circumscription Cross, with mint)) Beorhthelm 42
Office EMC Coin  1034.0096 (N 672 (Circumscription Cross, with mint)) Æthelstan 18 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1034.1237 (N 537 (Anlaf Guthfrithsson, Raven / Small Cross)) Æthelfrith 39 held office of Moneyer for Olaf 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.1237 (N 537 (Anlaf Guthfrithsson, Raven / Small Cross)) Æthelfrith 39
Office EMC Coin  1034.1237 (N 537 (Anlaf Guthfrithsson, Raven / Small Cross)) Olaf 3 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.1237 (N 537 (Anlaf Guthfrithsson, Raven / Small Cross)) Olaf 3
Office EMC Coin  1034.1244 (N 537 (Anlaf Guthfrithsson, Raven / Small Cross)) Æthelfrith 39 held office of Moneyer for Olaf 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.1244 (N 537 (Anlaf Guthfrithsson, Raven / Small Cross)) Æthelfrith 39
Office EMC Coin  1034.1244 (N 537 (Anlaf Guthfrithsson, Raven / Small Cross)) Olaf 3 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.1244 (N 537 (Anlaf Guthfrithsson, Raven / Small Cross)) Olaf 3
Office EMC Coin  1034.124 (N 537 (Anlaf Guthfrithsson, Raven / Small Cross)) Æthelfrith 39 held office of Moneyer for Olaf 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.124 (N 537 (Anlaf Guthfrithsson, Raven / Small Cross)) Æthelfrith 39
Office EMC Coin  1034.124 (N 537 (Anlaf Guthfrithsson, Raven / Small Cross)) Olaf 3 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.124 (N 537 (Anlaf Guthfrithsson, Raven / Small Cross)) Olaf 3
Office EMC Coin  1034.0772 (N 724 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Æscwulf 9 held office of Moneyer for Eadwig 4
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0772 (N 724 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Æscwulf 9
Office EMC Coin  1034.0772 (N 724 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Eadwig 4 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0772 (N 724 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Eadwig 4
Office EMC Coin  1034.1253 (N 545 (Sihtric II, Triquetra / Standard)) Æscwulf 8 held office of Moneyer for Sihtric 5
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.1253 (N 545 (Sihtric II, Triquetra / Standard)) Æscwulf 8
Office EMC Coin  1034.1253 (N 545 (Sihtric II, Triquetra / Standard)) Sihtric 5 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.1253 (N 545 (Sihtric II, Triquetra / Standard)) Sihtric 5
Office EMC Coin  1034.1248 (N 540 (Anlaf Sihtricsson, Triquetra / Standard)) Æscwulf 7 held office of Moneyer for Olaf 4
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.1248 (N 540 (Anlaf Sihtricsson, Triquetra / Standard)) Æscwulf 7
Office EMC Coin  1034.1248 (N 540 (Anlaf Sihtricsson, Triquetra / Standard)) Olaf 4 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.1248 (N 540 (Anlaf Sihtricsson, Triquetra / Standard)) Olaf 4
Office EMC Coin  1034.0004 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Ælfstan 106 held office of Moneyer for Æthelstan 18
Office EMC Coin  1034.0004 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Æthelstan 18 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0004 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Ælfstan 106
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0004 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Æthelstan 18
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.6588 (N 706 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Eadred 16
Office EMC Coin  1986.6588 (N 706 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Eadred 16 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.6588 (N 706 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Theodmær 1
Office EMC Coin  1986.6588 (N 706 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Theodmær 1 held office of Moneyer for Eadred 16
Office EMC Coin  1982.9456 (N 671 (Circumscription cross, without mint)) Æthelstan 18 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.1236 (N 758 (Circumscription Rosette)) Edgar 11
Office EMC Coin  1034.1236 (N 758 (Circumscription Rosette)) Edgar 11 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1964.9644 (N 548 (Ragnald Guthfrithsson, Triquetra / Standard)) Ragnald 2 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1034.004 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Æthelstan 18 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.004 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Wulfstan 84
Office EMC Coin  1034.004 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Wulfstan 84 held office of Moneyer for Æthelstan 18
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0459 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1)) Edmund 14
Office EMC Coin  1034.0459 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1)) Edmund 14 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1034.0459 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1)) Wulfstan 89
Office EMC Coin  1034.0459 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1)) Wulfstan 89 held office of Moneyer for Edmund 14