Location: York / Yorkshire

Factoid List

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Event Asser.VitAlfredi  31   The army of the pagans (Anonymi 34) stayed there [at York] for a whole year.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  31   The army of pagans (Anonymi 34), again riding by horse to the Northumbrians, went to the city of York.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  27   Osberht 6 and Ælle 3 with a very large proportion of the Northumbrians (Anonymi 41) were killed.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  27   Osberht 6 and Ælle 3 attacked Anonymi 34, who killed a great part of the attacking force (Anonymi 41).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  27   Osberht 6 and Ælle 3 travelled to York with the army they had assembled (Anonymi 41).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  26   The army of pagans (Anonymi 34) went from the East Angles (Anonymi 180) to York.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  15   Theodore 1 came from Kent and demanded that Chad 1 be deposed. He installed Wilfrid 2 as bishop in York.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  16   Wilfrid 2 restored the exterior and interior fabric of the half-ruined stone buildings of the basilica of the church at York and endowed it with estates.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  16   Wilfrid 2 restored the exterior and interior fabric of the half-ruined stone buildings of the basilica of the church at York and endowed it with estates.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  24   Exactly one year after the appeal of Wilfrid 2 against the judicial decision by Ecgfrith 4 and Theodore 1 was rejected by them the body of Ælfwine 4 was carried into York to the grief of the people.
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  14 Chad 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop of the city of York)
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  10 Colmán 1 held office of Bishop (Metropolitan bishop of the city of York)
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  16 Paulinus 1 held office of Bishop
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  11 Wilfrid 2 held office of Bishop
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  12 Wilfrid 2 held office of Bishop (Bishop of the city of York)
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  16 Wilfrid 2 held office of Bishop (Metropolitan bishop of the city of York.)
Office S1000    Ælfric 105
Transaction Stephen.VitWilfridi  44, 47   [Aldfrith 1] restored his [sc. Wilfrid 2's] own episcopal see ... with its revenues.
Office Anon.HagiogList  63 (10 October) Paulinus 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop of York)
Office Bede.Mart  185.B2.1 Paulinus 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop of York)
Event Bede.ChronMaior  525.541   Edwin 2 gave the episcopal see of York to Paulinus 1.
Occupation Anon.VitAlcuini  8 Sigulf 2 Custos
Office Bede.HE  v.19 Wilfrid 2 held office of Bishop (bishop of York)
Office Bede.HE  iv.3 Wilfrid 2 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  ii.20 James 1 held office of Deacon
Office Bede.HE  v.24 Paulinus 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of York)
Office Bede.HE  iii.14 Paulinus 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop of York)
Office Bede.HE  ii.14 Paulinus 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  v.19 Chad 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iii.28 Chad 1 held office of Bishop
Event Bede.HE  v.19   Chad 1 was consecrated to the bishopric of York at the command of Oswiu 1.
Event Bede.HE  iv.28   Seven bishops (Theodore 1 and Anonymi 679) participated to the consecration, which took place in the presence of Ecgfrith 4.
Event Bede.HE  iv.12   Eadhæd 1, Bosa 1 and Eata 2 were consecrated by Theodore 1.
Event Bede.HE  ii.20   Cadwallon 1 rebelled against Edwin 2 and a fierce battle was fought on the plain of Hatfield.
Event Bede.HE  ii.14   Æthelhun 1 and Æthelthryth 1 died when they were still wearing their chrisom and were buried in the church at York.
Event Bede.HE  ii.14   Edwin 2 set about building a greater and more magnificent square church of stone surrounding the former church made of wood (St Peter's).
Event Bede.HE  ii.14, v.24   Edwin 2 received the faith and regeneration by holy baptism with all the nobles of his race and a vast number of the common people.
Office Bede.HE  iv.12 Bosa 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iv.23 Bosa 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop of York)
Office Bede.HE  v.20 Bosa 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop of York)
Office Bede.HE  v.3 John 18 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iv.23 Wilfrid 4 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  v.6 Wilfrid 4 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  v.23 Wilfrid 4 held office of Bishop
Occupation Bede.HE  ii.20 James 1 Teacher
Event ASC  869 ADEG, <870> B, 870 C   The here (Anonymi 34) stayed [at York] for one year.
Event ASC  869 ADEG, <870> B, 870 C   Here the here (Anonymi 34) went back to York.
Event ASC  867 ADEG, <868> B, 868 C   Osberht 6, Ælle 3 and Anonymi 881 were killed.
Event ASC  867 ADEG, <868> B, 868 C   The here (Anonymi 34) went from the East Angles (Anonymi 878) over the mouth of the Humber to York in among the Northumbrians (Anonymi 879).
Event ASC  867 ADEG, <868> B, 868 C   The [Northumbrians] (Anonymi 879) assembled a great fierd (Anonymi 880), which attacked Anonymi 34 within York.
Office S72    Theodore 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of York)
Event Alcuin.VersEubor  1602-5   Anonymous 374 guided the life of Alcuin 1 during his boyhood with his counsel.
Event Alcuin.VersEubor  1507-18   Æthelberht 8 erected a new basilica.
Event Alcuin.VersEubor  1490-1   Edwin 2 was baptized.
Event Alcuin.VersEubor  1490-1506   Æthelberht 8 gave various gifts to the church of York.
Event Alcuin.VersEubor  1434   Æthelberht 8 taught a variety of subjects in York.
Event Alcuin.VersEubor  1431   Ecgberht 7 appointed Æthelberht 8 as a teacher in York.
Event Alcuin.VersEubor  1408-12   Alcuin 1 appealed to the youth of York (Anonymi 1134) to keep reading his poem.
Event Alcuin.VersEubor  204-09   Edwin 2 decided to make York his capital.
Event Alcuin.VersEubor  194-202, 222   Edwin 2 decided to be baptized with his people (Anonymi 1069).
Event Alcuin.VersEubor  1605-13   Anonymous 374 had a vision of a young man with an open book.
Status Alcuin.VersEubor  1409 Anonymi 1098 held status of Iuuenis / Iuuenis
Office Alcuin.VersEubor  1218 Wilfrid 4 held office of Uicedomnus
Office Alcuin.VersEubor  1218 Wilfrid 4 held office of Abbot
Education Alcuin.VersEubor  1409-10 Anonymi 1098 Æthelberht 8 often filled the senses of Anonymi 1098 with nectar.
Occupation Alcuin.VersEubor  1431 Æthelberht 8 Teacher
Transaction Alcuin.VersEubor  1222-8   He [sc. Wilfrid 4] added numerous ornaments with charming inscriptions to the sacred church; he made silver vessels with shining elegance suitable for the appointed sacred services and he covered the altar and crosses with gilded plates of silver; not wishing to hide treasures he bestowed them in honour of the Divine.
Education Alcuin.Epitaph.2  Lines 5-6 Alcuin 1 Here [sc. in York] he [sc.Æthelberht 8] first imbued my tender years with the liberal arts by teaching my restless mind.
Occupation Alcuin.Epitaph.2  Line 3 Æthelberht 8 Teacher
Event Alcuin.Epitaph.2  Lines 9-10   He [sc. Æthelberht 8] sought the city of Rome and the kingdoms of the Franks.
Office Eadwulf.ProfEpis.R1  Tit. Eadwulf 7 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of York)
Office Eadwulf.ProfEpis.R1  1 Eadwulf 7 held office of Archbishop (Bishop of York)
Event Annals.MooreMS  572.732   Ecgberht 7 was made bishop in place of Wilfrid 4.
Event Annals.MooreMS  572.732   Ecgberht 7 was made bishop of York in place of Wilfrid 4.
Event Annals.ContBedae  572.732   Ecgberht 7 was made bishop of York in place of Wilfrid 4.
Event Annals.ContBedae  572.732   Ecgberht 7 was made bishop of York in place of Wilfrid 4.
Office Annals.MooreMS  572.732 Ecgberht 7 held office of Bishop (Bishop of York)
Office Annals.MooreMS  572.732 Wilfrid 4 held office of Bishop (Bishop of York)
Office Annals.ContBedae  572.732 Wilfrid 4 held office of Bishop (Bishop of York)
Office Annals.ContBedae  572.732 Ecgberht 7 held office of Bishop (Bishop of York)
Event ASC  738 ACDEF(OE)G, <738> B   They [sc. Eadberht 11 and Ecgberht 7] both reposed in York [ABCDEG: in a portic].
Office S152    Hygeberht 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of York)
Event ASC (E)  626 E, 627 F(OE and Lat.)   [Edwin 2] was baptized within twelve months at Easter with all his retinue. This was done at York.
Event ASC (E)  626 E   At York he [sc. Edwin 2] had earlier ordered a church be built out of wood, which was consecrated to St Peter.
Event ASC (E)  626 E   There [sc. at York] Edwin 2 gave to Paulinus 1 a bishop's seat.
Event ASC (E)  626 E   There [sc. at York] he [sc. Edwin 2] afterwards ordered a larger church be built out of stone.
Event ASC (E)  685 EF(OE and Lat.)   Theodore 1 consecrated [Cuthbert 1] as bishop to Hexham in York on the first day of Easter because Trumberht 1 had been deposed.
Event ASC (E)  685 E   Afterwards John 18 acceded to the bishopric of the city [sc. of York] because Bosa 1 had passed away.
Event ASC (E)  685 E   Wilfrid 4 was afterwards hallowed to the city [sc. of York] as bishop.
Office ASC (E)  685 E John 18 held office of Bishop (Bishop at [York])
Office ASC (E)  626 E Paulinus 1 held office of Bishop
Office ASC (E)  644 F(Lat.) Paulinus 1 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of York)
Office ASC (E)  685 E Wilfrid 4 held office of Priest
Office ASC (DEF)  796 DEF(Lat.) Eanbald 1 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the ciuitas of York)
Office ASC (DEF)  766 DEF(OE) Æthelberht 8 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop in York)
Office ASC (DEF)  744 DE Wilfrid 4 held office of Bishop (Bishop of York)
Office ASC (DEF)  766 DEF(OE) Ecgberht 7 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop in York)
Event ASC (DEF)  796 DE   Eanbald 1's body lay at York.
Event ASC (DEF)  779 DEF(OE and Lat.)   Æthelberht 8 passed away [DE add: in the city (sc. York)].
Event ASC (DEF)  777 DEF(OE and Lat.)   In that same year [F(OE) substitutes: Here] Æthelberht 10 was consecrated in York as bishop at Whithorn [DE: on 17 kalends of July (= 15 June)].
Event ASC (DEF)  774 DE   The Northumbrians (Anonymi 1335) drove Alhred 1 out of York at Eastertide.
Event ASC (DEF)  766 DEF(OE)   Æthelberht 8 was consecrated to York.
Event ASC (DEF)  762 DEF(OE)   Frithuwald 5 had been consecrated in York [DE add: on 18 kalends of September (= 15 August) in the sixth year of the reign of Ceolwulf 3].
Event ASC (MR)  [918] B, 918 CD   The people of York (Anonymi 1364) promised, some by pledge, some by oaths, that they were willing to be under her [sc. Æthelflæd 4's] direction.
Office ASC  644 AF(Lat.)G, 643 BCE Paulinus 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop in York)
Office Byrhtferth.VitEcgwini  iii.4 Wilfrid 2 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of York)
Office ASC (DEF)  957 D, 956 EF(OE and Lat.) Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of York)
Event ASC (DEF)  963 E   Ealdwulf 18 was chosen as archbishop [of York].
Event ASC (DEF)  923 DEF(OE and Lat.)   Here Ragnald 1 won York.
Office ASC (DEF)  963 E (p. 117) Ealdwulf 18 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of York)
Office ASC (DEF)  963 E (p. 117) Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of York)
Occupation ASC (DEF)  948 D Anonymi 1561
Office ASC (BC)  <971> B, 971 C Oscytel 5 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of York)
Event Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iv.5   Edgar 11 first bestowed on Oswald 8 the episcopacy of the Mercian people and subsequently that of the Northumbrians.
Event Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  v.2   While he was praying at night, Oswald 8 had a vision of Huna 2 who thanked him for his prayers.
Event Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  v.3   Oswald 8 gave a crust of bread to everyone and put down a piece of bread next to where he was sitting. Meanwhile, an unfortunate mouse came forward. It nibbled at the crumbs of consecrated bread and died.
Office Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iv.5 Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop
Office Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iii.4 Oscytel 5 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of York)
Office Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  24 Ealdwulf 18 held office of Archbishop
Office Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  24 Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop
Office S1206    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S401    Æscberht 2 held office of Bishop
Office S401    Wigred 4 held office of Bishop
Office S401    Earnwulf 1 held office of Bishop
Office S401    Columban 1 held office of Bishop
Office S417    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S418a    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S419    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S422    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Tork)
Office S423    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S425    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S428    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S434    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S435    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S436    Wulfstan 14 held office of (archbishop of York)
Office S453    Oscytel 5 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S456    T 1 held office of Archbishop
Office John VIII.Ep.CS2    Wulfhere 8 held office of Archbishop
Event Alcuin.Ep  16 (p. 43)   After the departure of Paulinus 1, Christianity was first adopted amongst the Northumbrians [at Lindisfarne] (Anonymi 1864).
Event Alcuin.Ep  16 (p. 43)   Alcuin 1 and the recipients of his letter (Æthelred 7 and Anonymi 1861) experienced bloody rain in York.
Event Alcuin.Ep  121 (p. 177 lines 4-6)   Æthelberht 8 and Alcuin 1 had copied books at York.
Office Alcuin.Ep  104 Alcuin 1 held office of Deacon (humble deacon, son of the holy church of York)
Office Alcuin.Ep  128 (p. 190 line 35) Eanbald 2 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the church of York)
Office Alcuin.Ep  230 Eanbald 2 held office of Bishop (Bishop of York)
Education Alcuin.Ep  114 Alcuin 1 Eanbald 2 was working in place of Alcuin 1 in the church where the latter was brought up and taught, Æthelberht 8 being his master.
Occupation Alcuin.Ep  42 Anonymi 1879 Brother
Occupation Alcuin.Ep  43 Anonymi 1879 Brother
Occupation Alcuin.Ep  273 Anonymi 1952 Scholar
Office S493    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office S485    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the metropolitan town of York)
Event AnnalsFragIrel  128.348   The noblemen (Anonymi 2072) captured at York were put to death.
Event AnnalsFragIrel  128.348   Ælle 3 was killed [at York] through the deceit and treachery of a young boy of his own household (Anonymous 808).
Event AnnalsFragIrel  128.348   The Danes (Anonymi 2066) defeated the [Anglo-]Saxons (Anonymi 2071) at York.
Event AnnalsFragIrel  118.330   The Danes (Anonymi 2066) with innumerable armies came to York, which they sacked and overcame.
Office S552    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office S547    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office S546    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop
Office S545    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office S542    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office S536    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office S537    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of York)
Office S531    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office S535    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office S529    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office S528    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office S526    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office S525    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S523    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office S522a    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office S521    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office S519    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office S517    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office S540    Wulfstan 14
Event AnnalsUlster  867.7   The black foreigners (Anonymi 2165) won a battle at York over the Northern [Anglo-]Saxons (Anonymi 2166), in which Ælle 3 fell.
Event ASC (C-F)  1016 CDE   Cnut 3 for his part went to various places and on to the Northumbrians (Anonymi 2304) towards York.
Event ASC (C-F)  1014 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   The witan (Anonymi 2283) then all took counsel that Æthelred 32 be sent for as king.
Event ASC (C-F)  1014 D   Ælfwig 13 was consecrated as bishop of York in London on St Juliana's Day [= 16 February].
Event ASC (C-F)  992 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   Ealdwulf 18 acceded to the [archiepiscopal] see of York and to Worcester.
Office ASC (C-F)  992 CDEF(OE and Lat.) Ealdwulf 18 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of York)
Office ASC (C-F)  1002 CDEF(OE and Lat.) Ealdwulf 18 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of York)
Office ASC (C-F)  1020 F(Lat.) Wulfstan 41 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of York)
Event ASC (C-F)  1041 D   Here Æthelric 51 was consecrated as bishop at York on 11 January.
Office ASC (C-F)  1023 EF(OE and Lat.) Wulfstan 41 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of York)
Office S1293    Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S1214    Oscytel 5 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S811    Oscytel 5 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the basilica of York)
Office S809    Oscytel 5 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of York)
Office S808    Oscytel 5 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of York)
Office S801    Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S799    Oswald 8 held office of Bishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S798    Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S795    Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of York)
Office S792    Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S788    Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the basilica of York)
Office S787    Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S786    Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the basilica of York)
Office S782    Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S746    Oscytel 5 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S745    Oscytel 5 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S739    Oscytel 5 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S724    Oscytel 5 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office Æthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 52) Æthelbald 15 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the city of York)
Event Æthelweard.Chron  iv.6   Wulfstan 14 and the dux of the Mercians (Anonymous 924) expelled Ragnald 2 and Olaf 4 from the city of York.
Event Æthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 52)   Æthelbald 4 assumed the prelacy of the city of York in the citadel at London.
Event Æthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 51)   The body of Guthfrith 3 was entombed at York in the great basilica.
Event Æthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 51)   Æthelnoth 14 travelled from Wessex to York.
Event Æthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 36)   The army (Anonymi 34) measured out a camp [at York] in the winter.
Event Æthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 36)   The army (Anonymi 34) went up to the city of York after a year.
Event Æthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 35)   The army (Anonymi 34), having left the eastern region, were transported across the River Humber into the province of the Northumbrians to York.
Event Æthelweard.Chron  ii.15   They both [sc. Eadberht 11 and Ecgberht 7] then [sc. at the time of writing] rested in the city of York under the roof of one porticus.
Event ASC (F)  685 F(OE and Lat.)   Cuthbert 1 was consecrated as bishop of Hexham by Theodore 1 at York because Trumberht 1 was driven from the episcopal see.
Office George.Ep  p. 27 line 35 Eanbald 1 held office of Archbishop (By the grace of God archbishop of the holy church of York)
Office George.Ep  p. 20, lines 33-4 Eanbald 1 held office of Archbishop (Archbishop of the holy church of the city of York)
Event AnnalsCamb  866 ABC   The city of York was ravaged, that is the battle of the black gentiles (Anonymi 2617).
Office S938    Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of York)
Office S921    Wulfstan 41 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S912    Wulfstan 41 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S911    Wulfstan 41 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S898    Ealdwulf 18 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office S891    Ealdwulf 18 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S890    Ealdwulf 18 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office S889    Ealdwulf 18 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S888    Ealdwulf 18 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S879    Ealdwulf 18 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S874    Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S871    Oswald 8 held office of Bishop (bishop of York)
Office S868    Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office S864    Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office S863    Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office S861    Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office S860    Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S859    Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office S857    Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S856    Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S854    Wulfstan 41 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of York)
Office S844    Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S841    Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S840    Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S834    Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S995    Ælfric 105 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of York)
Office S993    Ælfric 105 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S983    Ælfric 105 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office S977    Wulfstan 41 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office S976    Ælfric 105 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S975    Ælfric 105 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of York)
Office S968    Ælfric 105 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S964    Ælfric 105 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office S963    Æthelnoth 43 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the basilica of York)
Office S959    Ælfric 105 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S958    Wulfstan 41 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office S956    Wulfstan 41 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of York)
Office S954    Wulfstan 41 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the cathedral of York)
Office S953    Wulfstan 41 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the basilica of York)
Office S952    Wulfstan 41 held office of Archbishop ([archbishop of] York)
Office S951    Wulfstan 41 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office S1371    Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of York)
Office S1364    Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop in the city of York in Northumbria)
Office S1348    Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S379    Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Status Alcuin.Carm.59  10 Anonymi 1202 held status of Youth / Youth
Office S1221    Wulfstan 41 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office S1388    Wulfstan 41 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the York)
Office S1424    Wulfstan 41 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of York)
Office S1463    Wulfstan 41 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of York)
Office S1380    Ealdwulf 18 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office S2014    Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office S2016    Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the city of York)
Office Anon.EpisList4    John 18 held office of Bishop (bishop of York)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Bosa 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of York)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Chad 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of York)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Tuda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of York)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Colmán 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of York)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Finan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of York)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Aidan 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of York)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Paulinus 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of York)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Wigmund 6 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of York)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Eanbald 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of York)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Wulfsige 5 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of York)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Ecgberht 7 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of York)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Æthelberht 8 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of York)
Office Anon.EpisList3    John 18 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of York)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Chad 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of York)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Wilfrid 2 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of York)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Wigmund 6 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of York)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Wulfsige 5 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of York)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Eanbald 2 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of York)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Eanbald 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of York)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Æthelberht 8 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of York)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Ecgberht 7 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of York)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Chad 1 held office of Archbishop (bishop of the church of York)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Wulfsige 5 held office of Bishop (bishop of York)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Eanbald 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of York)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Eanbald 2 held office of Bishop (bishop of York)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Ecgberht 7 held office of Bishop (bishop of York)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Æthelberht 8 held office of Bishop (bishop of York)
Office Anon.EpisList1    John 18 held office of Bishop (bishop of York)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Bosa 1 held office of Bishop
Office Anon.EpisList1    Chad 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of York)
Office Cnut.Proc1027    Ælfric 105 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of York)
Transaction Stephen.VitWilfridi  44, 47   [Aldfrith 1] restored his [sc. Wilfrid 2's] monastery at Ripon with its revenues.
Office S1002    Ælfric 105
Office ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  C 1050 Ælfric 105 Archbishop of York
Office ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  C 1053 Cynesige 10 'In this year there was no archbishop in the land, but Bishop Stigand 1 held the bishopric in Canterbury at Christ Church and Cynesige 10 at York.'
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  CDE 1055   Earl Siweard 11 died at York.
Office ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  DE 1060 Cynesige 10 held office of Archbishop of York
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  CD 1065; E 1064   MS C: And then after Michaelmas all the thegns of Yorkshire (Anonymi 10016) went to York and killed there all Tosti 2’s housecarls (Anonymi 10017) that they could find and took his treasure. And Tosti 2 was then at Britford with the king. And very soon after this there was a big council meeting at Northampton, and likewise one at Oxford on the feast of St Simon and St Jude [28 October]. And Earl Harold 3 was there and wanted to bring about an agreement between them if he could. But he could not. But all Tosti 2’s earldom unanimously deserted him, and outlawed him, and all those with him who had committed lawless deeds; because first he robbed God, and all those who were less powerful than himself he deprived of life and land. And they adopted Morcar 3 as their earl, and Tosti 2 went overseas and his wife [Judith 2] with him to Baldwin 4’s country, and took up winter quarters at St Omer.

MS DE: (MS D) And soon after this all the thegns in Yorkshire and in Northumberland ... / (MS E) In this year the men of Northumbria ... (MSS DE) ... came together and outlawed their Earl Tosti 2 and killed his hiredmen, and all they could get at, both English and Danish, and took all his weapons in York, and gold and silver and all his treasure they could hear about anywhere. And they sent for Morcar 3, son of Earl Ælfgar 46, and chose him as their earl, and he went south with all the people of the shire, and of Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, and Lincolnshire until he came to Northampton. And his brother Edwin 33 came to meet him with the men that were in his earldom, and also many Welsh came with him. Thereupon Earl Harold 3 came to meet them, and they entrusted him with a message to King Edward 15, and also sent messengers with him, and asked that they might be allowed to have Morcar 3 as their earl. And the king granted this and sent Harold 3 back to them at Northampton on the eve of St Simon and St Jude [28 December]. And he proclaimed this to them and gave them surety for it, and he renewed there the law of King Cnut 3. And the northern men did much damage round Northampton while he was gone on their errand, in that they killed people and burned houses and corn and took all the cattle that they could get at – which was many thousands – and captured many hundreds of people and took them north with them, so that that shire and other neighbouring shires were the worse for it for many years. And Earl Tosti 2 and his wife [Judith 2] and all those who wanted what he wanted went south overseas to Count Baldwin 4, and he received them all and there they remained all the winter.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  CD 1065; E 1064   MS C: All the thegns of Yorkshire went to York and killed there all Tosti 2’s housecarls that they could find and took his treasure.

MS DE: (MS D) And soon after this all the thegns in Yorkshire and in Northumberland ... (MS E) In this year the men of Northumbria ... (MSS DE) ... came together and outlawed their Earl Tosti 2 and killed his bodyguard [hiredmen], and all they could get at, both English and Danish, and took all his weapons in York, and gold and silver and all his treasure they could hear about anywhere.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  CD 1066   In this year Harold 3 came from York to Westminster at the Easter following the Christmas that the king had died, and Easter was then on the 16 April.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  C 1066   Earl Tosti 2 came from overseas into the Isle of Wight with as large a fleet as he could muster, and both money and provisions were given them him. And then he went away from there and did damage everywhere along the sea coast wherever he could reach, until he came to Sandwich. When King Harold 3, who was in London, was informed that his brother Tosti 2 was come to Sandwich, he assembled a naval force and a land force larger than any king had assembled before in this country, because he had been told as a fact that Count William 1 from Normandy, King Edward 15’s kinsman, meant to come here and subdue this country. This was exactly what happened afterwards. When Tosti 2 found that King Harold 3 was on his way to Sandwich, he went from Sandwich and took some of the sailors with him, some willingly, some unwillingly, and then went north to [ ] and ravaged in Lindsey and killed many good men there. When Earl Edwin 33 and Earl Morcar 3 understood about this, they came there and drove him out of the country; and then he went to Scotland, and the king of the Scots [Malcolm 5 Canmore] gave him protection, and helped him with provisions, and he stayed there all the summer. Then King Harold 3 came to Sandwich and waited for his fleet there, because it was long before it could be assembled, he went to the Isle of Wight and lay there all that summer and autumn; and a land force was kept everywhere along by the sea, though in the end it was no use. When it was the feast of the Nativity of St Mary [8 September], the provisions of the people were gone, and nobody could keep them there any longer. Then the men were allowed to go home, and the king rode inland, and the ships were brought up to London, and many perished before they reached there. When the ships came home, Harald 5, king of Norway [cynge on Norwegan], came by surprise north into the Tyne with a very large naval force – no small one: it could be [ ] or more. And Earl Tosti 2 came to him with all those he had mustered, just as they had agreed beforehand, and they both went with all the fleet up the Ouse towards York. Then King Harold 3 in the south was informed when he disembarked that Harald 5, king of Norway, and Earl Tosti 2 were come ashore near York. Then he went northwards day and night as quickly as he could assemble his force. Then before Harold 3 could get there Earl Edwin 33 and Morcar 3 assembled from their earldom as large a force as they could muster, and fought against the invaders and caused them heavy casualties, and many of the English host were killed and drowned and put to flight, and the Norwegians remained masters of the field [Fulford]. And this fight was on the eve of St Matthew the Apostle, and that was a Wednesday. And then after the fight Harald 5, king of Norway, and Earl Tosti 2 went into York with as large a force as suited them, and they were given hostages from the city and also helped with provisions, and so went from there on board ship and settled a complete peace, arranging that they should all go with him southwards and subdue this country. Then in the middle of these proceedings Harold 3, king of the English [Engla cyningc], came on the Sunday with all his force to Tadcaster, and there marshalled his troops, and then on Monday went right on through York. And Harald 5 king of Norway, and Earl Tosti 2 and their divisions were gone inland beyond York to Stamford Bridge, because they had been promised for certain that hostages would be brought to them there out of all the shire. Then Harold 3, king of the English, came against them by surprise beyond the bridge, and there they joined battle, and went on fighting strenuously till late in the day. And there Harald 5, king of Norway, was killed and Earl Tosti 2, and numberless men with them both Norwegians and English, and the Norwegians fled from the English. There was one of the Norwegians [Anonymous 10023] there who withstood the English host so that they could not cross the bridge nor win victory. Then an Englishman [Anonymous 10024] shot an arrow, but it was no use, and then another [Anonymous 10025] came under the bridge and stabbed him under the corselet. Then Harold 3, king of the English, came over the bridge and his host with him, and there killed large numbers of both Norwegians and Flemings, and Harold 3 let the king’s son Mundus 1 go home to Norway go home to Norway with all the ships.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1066   In the same year that he [Harold 3] became king he went out with a naval force against William 1, and meanwhile Earl Tosti 2 came into the Humber with 60 ships; and Earl Edwin 33 came with a land force and drove him out and the sailors deserted him, and he went to Scotland with 12 small vessels, and Harold 3, the Norse king, met him with 300 ships, and Tosti 2 submitted to him; and they both went up the Humber until they reached York. And Earl Morcar 3 and Earl Edwin 33 fought against them, and the Norse king had the victory. And King Harold 3 was informed as to what had been done, and what had happened, and he came with a very great force of Englishmen and me him at Stamford Bridge, and killed him and Earl Tosti 2 and valiantly overcame all the invaders. Meanwhile Count William 1 landed at Hastings on Michaelmas day, and Harold 3 came from the north and fought with him before all the army had come, and there he fell and his two brothers Gyrth 1 and Leofwine 69; and William 1 conquered this country, and came to Westminster, and Archbishop Ealdred 37 consecrated him king, and people paid taxes to him, and gave him hostages and afterwards bought their lands. And Leofric 23, abbot of Peterborough, was at that campaign and fell ill there, and came home died soon after, on the eve of All Saints. God have mercy on his soul.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  CDE 1066   MS C: Then King Harold 3 in the south was informed when he disembarked that Harald 5, king of Norway, and Earl Tosti 2 were come ashore near York. Then he went northwards day and night as quickly as he could assemble his force. Then before Harold 3 could get there Earl Edwin 33 and Morcar 3 assembled from their earldom as large a force as they could muster, and fought against the invaders and caused them heavy casualties, and many of the English host were killed and drowned and put to flight, and the Norwegians remained masters of the field [Fulford]. And this fight was on the eve of St Matthew the Apostle, and that was a Wednesday. And then after the fight Harald 5, king of Norway, and Earl Tosti 2 went into York with as large a force as suited them, and they were given hostages from the city and also helped with provisions, and so went from there on board ship and settled a complete peace, arranging that they should all go with him southwards and subdue this country.

MS D: And he went to Scotland with 12 small vessels, and there Harald 5, king of Norway, met him with 300 ships, and Tosti 2 submitted to him and became his vassal [him to beah 7 his man wearth]; and they both went up the Humber until they reached York. And there Earl Edwin 33 and Morcar 3 his brother fought against them; but the Norwegians had the victory. Harold 3, king of the English, was informed that things had gone thus; and the fight was on the Vigil of St Matthew.

MS E: Harald 5, the Norse king, met him with 300 ships, and Tosti 2 submitted to him; and they both went up the Humber until they reached York. And Earl Morcar 3 and Earl Edwin 33 fought against them, and the Norse king had the victory.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  CDE 1066   After the fight [at Fulford] Harald 5, king of Norway, and Earl Tosti 2 went into York with as large a force as suited them, and they were given hostages from the city and also helped with provisions, and so went from there on board ship and settled a complete peace, arranging that they should all go with him southwards and subdue this country. Then in the middle of these proceedings Harold 3, king of the English [Engla cyningc], came on the Sunday with all his force to Tadcaster, and there marshalled his troops, and then on Monday went right on through York. And Harald 5 king of Norway, and Earl Tosti 2 and their divisions were gone inland beyond York to Stamford Bridge, because they had been promised for certain that hostages would be brought to them there out of all the shire. Then Harold 3, king of the English, came against them by surprise beyond the bridge, and there they joined battle, and went on fighting strenuously till late in the day. And there Harald 5, king of Norway, was killed and Earl Tosti 2, and numberless men with them both Norwegians and English, and the Norwegians fled from the English. [In a later hand] There was one of the Norwegians [Anonymous 10023] there who withstood the English host so that they could not cross the bridge nor win victory. Then an Englishman [Anonymous 10024] shot an arrow, but it was no use, and then another [Anonymous 10025] came under the bridge and stabbed him under the corselet. Then Harold 3, king of the English, came over the bridge and his host with him, and there killed large numbers of both Norwegians and Flemings, and Harold 3 let the king’s son Mundus 1 go home to Norway go home to Norway with all the ships.

MS D: Harold 3 our king came upon the Norwegians by surprise and met them beyond York at Stamford Bridge with a large force of the English people; and that day there was a very fierce fight on both sides. There was killed Harald 5 Fairhair [Harfagera recte Hardrada] and Earl Tosti 2, and the Norwegians who survived took to flight; and the English attacked them fiercely as they pursued them until some got to the ships. Some were drowned, and some burned, and some destroyed in various ways so that few survived and the English remained in command of the field. The king gave quarter to Olaf 8 [Olafe], son of the Norse king [Norna cyng], and their bishop [Anonymous 10021] and the earl of Orkney [Anonymous 10022]and all those who survived on the ships, and they went up to our king and swore oaths that they would always keep peace and friendship with this country; and the king let them go home with 24 ships. These two pitched battles were fought within five nights.

MS E: King Harold 3 came with a very great force of Englishmen and met him at Stamford Bridge, and killed him and Earl Tosti 2 and valiantly overcame all the invaders.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1067   The king [William 1] was informed that the people in the north were gathered together and meant to make a stand against him if he came. He then went to Nottingham and built a castle there, and so went to York and there built two castles, and in Lincoln and everywhere in that district. And Earl Gospatric 1 and the best men went to Scotland.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1068   In this year Archbishop Ealdred 37 of York died, and he is buried there in his cathedral city [biscopstole]. He died on the day of SS Protus and Hycinthus [11 September]. He occupied the archiepiscopal see with great honour for 10 years all but 15 weeks.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1068; E 1069   MS D: Three sons of King Swein 5 came from Denmark with 240 ships into the Humber, together with Earl Osbeorn 3 and Earl Thorkil 1. And there came to meet them Edgar 14 Cild and Earl Waltheof 2 and Mærleswein 1 and Earl Gospatric 1 with the Northumbrians and all the people, riding and marching with an immense army rejoicing exceedingly; and so they all went resolutely to York, and stormed and raised the castle and captured an incalculable treasure in it, and killed many hundreds of Frenchmen and took many with them to the ships. And before the shipmen got there the Frenchmen had burned the city, and had also thoroughly ravaged and burnt the holy minster of St Peter. When the king found out about this, he went northwards with all his army that he could collect, and utterly ravaged and laid waste that shire. And the fleet lay all the winter in the Humber where the king could not get them. And the king was in York on Christmas day, and so was in the country all the winter. And he came to Winchester that same Easter.

MS E: Then between the two feasts of St Mary they – that is the sons of King Swein 5 and his brother Earl Osbeorn 3 – came from the east from Denmark with 300 ships. And then Earl Waltheof 2 went out, and he and the atheling Edgar 14 and many hundreds of men with them came and met the fleet in the Humber, and went to York and landed and won the castles, and killed many hundreds of men and took a large amount of treasure on board ship, and kept the chief men in bonds, and lay between the Ouse and the Trent all that winter. And King William 1 went into the shire and ruined it completely.
Office ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1073; E 1072 Æthelric 51 held office of Bishop
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1076; E 1075   MS D: In this year King William gave to Earl Ralph 3 the daughter of William 3 fitzOsbern [Emma 3]. This same Ralph 3 was Breton on his mother’s side, and Ralph 2 his father was English, and was born in Norfolk, and the king therefore gave the earldom there and Suffolk as well to his son. He then took the lady to Norwich. Earl Roger 1 [of Bretueil, second son of William 3 fitzOsbern by his first wife and thus brother of the bride] was there and Earl Waltheof 2 and bishops and abbots, and there they plotted to drive their royal lord of his kingdom. And the king in Normandy was informed about this. Earl Ralph 3 and Earl Roger 1 were the ringleaders in the conspiracy; and they lured the Bretons to their side; and they also sent to Denmark for a naval force. And Roger 1 went west to his earldom [Hereford] and assembled his people for the king’s undoing, as he thought, but it turned out to his own great harm. Ralph 3 also wanted to go forward with the men of his earldom, but the castle garrisons which were in England and also the local people came against them and prevented them all from doing anything; but he was glad to escape to the ships. And his wife remained behind in the castle, and held it until she was given safe-conduct; and then she went out of England, and all her men who wished to go with her. And the king afterwards came to England, and captured Earl Roger 1, his kinsman and put him in prison. And Earl Waltheof 2 went overseas and accused himself and asked for pardon and offered treasure. But the king made light of it until he came to England and then had him captured. And soon after this 200 ships came from Denmark, and the commanders aboard were Cnut 3, son of King Swein 5, and Earl Hakon 2. And they dared not fight with King William 1 but went to York and broke into St Peter’s minster and captured a large amount of property there and so departed. But all who took part in this scheme died – that is to say the son of Earl Hakon 2 and many others with him.

MS E: In this year King William 1 gave to Earl Ralph 3 the daughter of William 3 fitzOsbern [Emma 3]. This same Ralph 3 was Breton on his mother’s side, and Ralph 2 his father was English, and was born in Norfolk, and the king therefore gave the earldom there and Suffolk as well to his son. He then took the lady to Norwich. Earl Roger [of Bretueil, second son of William 3 fitzOsbern by his first wife and thus brother of the bride] was there and Earl Waltheof 2 and bishops and abbots, and there they plotted to expel the king from the realm of England. And soon the king in Normandy was informed about this, how it was planned. It was Earl Roger 1 and Earl Ralph 3 who were the principals in this conspiracy; and they lured the Bretons to their side; and also sent east to Denmark for a naval force to help them. And Roger 1 went west to his earldom [Hereford] and assembled his people for the king’s undoing, but he was prevented. And Ralph 3 also in his earldom wanted to go forward with his people, but the castle garrisons which were in England and also the local people came against him, and brought it about that he did nothing, but went on board ship at Norwich. And his wife was in the castle, and held it until she was given safe-conduct; and then she went out of England and all her men who wished to go with her. And the king afterwards came to England, and seized Earl Roger 1, his kinsman, and imprisoned him, and he seized Earl Waltheof 2 as well. And soon after that 200 ships came from the east from Denmark, and there were two commanders on board, Cnut 3, son of Swein 5, and Earl Hakon 2. And they dared not fight with King William 1 but proceeded overseas to Flanders.
Event Okasha146      …ard [Anonymous 10029] and Grim 6 and Æse 2 raised this church in the name of the holy Lord Christ, and to (or of) St Mary and St Martin and St [?Cuthbert] and All Saints. It was consecrated in the [….] year in the life of …
RecordedNames Okasha152    Costaun 1
Event Okasha153      Here [...] rest Wulfhere 18 -
Office Anon.LiberEliensis  I.8 Ecgfrith 4 held office of King
Office Anon.LiberEliensis  I.8 Ecgfrith 4 held office of King
Event Anon.LiberEliensis  I.11   King Ecgfrith 4, who had long been dedicated to chaste marriage with Æthelthryth 2, did not take kindly to divorce from his beloved spouse, and soon began to be immeasurably sorrowful and grief-stricken. Hence, at the suggestion and instigation of his people, he began to remove her forcibly from the convent, despite the fact that she was under the protection of the veil of holiness. Without delay, he went up to the convent where the holy virgin was living, with fury and hullabaloo, and in a great hurry. On hearing him coming, the mother of the community Æbbe 2, advised her that the only means of safety lay in escape. And, Æthelthryth 2 resolved to take action whereby she might remain a virgin for the rest of her life; nor must she rest until she reached her home in Ely. ... Forthwith, this woman who, the day before yesterday, had been mistress over a kingdom, in contempt of earthly sovereignty, entered the monastic life. ... The king, wishing to take her back as his wife, went into action, not failing to set out in pursuit, in the hope that he might perhaps be able to catch her. But the holy woman, groaning and anxious now with redoubled fear, fled under compulsion from her pleasant hiding place and went forth ... Having secretly made a circuit of the place, she came, accompanied by two handmaidens of God, Sewenna 1 and Sewara 1, to a high hill nearby called Coldeburcheshevet and climbed it. ... The sea, leaving its bed and now pouting forth it waters in many directions, surrounded the place up which the holy virgins had climbed, and, as we have learnt from local inhabitants, kept them hidden for seven days on end, without food or drink, as they took their stand together in prayer, and that ... it forgot how to ebb back in the usual manner, so long as the king remained there, or near the place. ... For a long time they had been on top of the summit of the rock and surrounded on all sides by a multitude of waves, and yet the king had found it quite impossible to find any direction from which to approach them. In the end, however, he retreated from the place marvelling at what had happened, and reduced to stupefaction. He Ecgfrith 4 returned to York and thereafter did not regard the confessor of the Lord, Wilfrid 2, favourably in confidential matters, nor with affection, as he had before, but instead for a considerable while harboured anger against him in his breast, and having bided his time, ejected him – the reason being such as we have described – from his Episcopal see. ... The time came when the nuns of the summit of the rock were beginning to duffer, being exceedingly feverish because of the dryness of thirst, so Æbbe 2 urged Æthelthryth 2 to pray to the Lord Christ ... And as she was most earnestly pouring out her prayer to God ... a spring of water straight away broke forth close to her, sparkling clear, and, in answer to her prayers ... the dry rock gushed forth what it did not naturally contain: water which was sufficient for the nuns’ use and did not fail to supply their needs.
Office Anon.LiberEliensis  I.12 Wilfrid 2 held office of Archbishop
Event Anon.LiberEliensis  I.39   The pagans moved from the territory of the East Angles to York, and from there ... the vast majority of the communities of the Northumbrians were destroyed and met their end, their two kings, Osberht 6 and Ælle 3, having been put to death.
RecordedNames Okasha211    Oshere 6 In the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit and God; and to all we say Amen. Oshere.
Event WilliamofJumieges.Gesta Normannorum Ducum  V.7   As Swein 1 was triumphantly advancing from Yorkshire southwards, King Æthelred 32, who at that time was at Winchester and who found himself completely deserted by the English, dug up his treasure from the earth and went with his wife [Emma 2] and sons, Edward 15 and Alfred 54, to Duke Richard 2 of Normandy, where he was suitably welcomed.
Office S1060    Cynesige 10 held office of Archbishop
Office S1003    Ælfric 105 held office of Archbishop
Office S1004    Ælfric 105 held office of Archbishop
Office S1011    Ælfric 105 held office of Archbishop
Office S1018    Ælfric 105 held office of Archbishop
Office S1019    Ælfric 105 held office of Archbishop
Event WilliamofJumieges.Gesta Normannorum Ducum  VII.19(40)   King Swein 5 arrived to England to support Anonymi 10039, who occupied and fortified York and appointed as their king a boy named Edgar 14, who descended from the same stock as King Edward 15. William 1 set out against them; Anonymi 10039 joined the battle outside the city walls of York and many were slain.
Office S1027    Cynesige 10 held office of Archbishop
Office S1028    Cynesige 10 held office of Archbishop
Office S1036    Ealdred 37 held office of Archbishop
Office S1041    Ealdred 37 held office of Archbishop
Event Anon.VitaEdwardiRegis  I.5   Siweard 11 built a church [in York] from its foundations in honour of St Olave, king and martyr.
Office S1044    Ælfric 105 held office of Archbishop
Event Anon.VitaEdwardiRegis  I.7   In 1065 Tosti 2 was at the king [Edward 15's] court, dealing with some palace business which had been put on him. Meanwhile, a party of nobles, whom Tosti 2 had repressed with the heavy yoke of his rule because of their misdeeds, conspired against him. The broke into his house, killed those of his knights who were surprised and could not get away, and finally with fire and sword laid waste all his possessions. To give them authority for their savage rashness, they made the younger son of Earl Ælfgar 46 [Morcar 3] their leader and lord, and invited his elder brother [Edwin 33] to join their mad conspiracy, for there was ill will from long-standing rivalry between these boys of royal stock and Earl Tosti 2. Anyone put on the list by any member of that band out of personal enmity was ordered to be killed either by open force or in ambush. Many were slaughtered in the cities of York and Lincoln, in the streets, on water, in woods, and on roads. Whosoever could be identified as having been at some time a member of Tosti 2's household was dragged to the torments of death without trial. The rebels gathered together in an immense body, and, having passed some distance beyond the boundary of the Middle Angles, they came in hostile array to Oxford town. King Edward 15 sent them through messengers goodly orders, to desist from the madness they had begun and receive right and justice for every injury which they could prove against him. But they rejected the conciliatory message, and replied to the king that either he should straightaway dismiss that earl [Tosti 2] of his from his person and the whole kingdom, or he himself would be treated as an enemy and have all them as enemies. And when the most gracious king had a second and third time though messengers tried to turn them from their mad purpose, and failed, he moved from the forests, in which he was as usual staying for the sake of hunting, to Britford, a royal manor near the royal town of Wilton. And when he had summoned the magnates from all over the kingdom, he took counsel there on what was to be done. Not a few charged that glorious earl with being too cruel; and he was accused of punishing disturbers more of desire of their property which would be confiscated than for the love of justice. It was also said, if it be worthy of credence, that they had undertaken this madness against their earl at the artful persuasion of his brother, Earl Harold 3. Earl Tosti 2, publicly testifying before the king and his assembled courtiers, charged him with this; but Harold 3, rather too generous with oaths, cleared this charge too with oaths. When the rebels, after many negotiations with the king through messengers, would not agree, but rather raged more furiously, Edward 15 stirred up the whole population of the rest of England by a royal edict and decided to crush them by force. But because of changeable weather was already setting in from hard winter, it was not easy to raise a sufficient number of troops. Seeing this, Edward 15 fell ill with a sickness of the mind.
Office S1055    Ælfric 105 held office of Archbishop
Office S1057    Ælfric 105 held office of Archbishop
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.1.3   [Theodore 1], as Bede 1 tells us, was sent by the pope, and was the first of all the bishops at Canterbury who exercised episcopal power over all Britain. For example, he removed and installed bishops on both sides of the Humber as he pleased. At York itself, according to Bede 1, he consecrated the bishops of other cities, and as we read in the Life of St Wilfrid 2, he drove out, for good reason or by brute force, Chad 1 and Wilfrid 2 himself, bishops of the place.
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.8.2 Eanbald 2 held office of Archbishop of York
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.8.2   Cenwulf 3 king of the Mercians was advised by Æthelheard 13 and the archbishop of York, Eanbald 2, how wickedly his predecessor [Offa 7] had behaved, and brought back the old system in full; the king sent letters from himself and all the bishops of England to Leo 1, Hadrian 3's successor, and the archbishop in person actively forwarded the mission. This is proved by ancient sources such as letters by Alcuin 1.
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.29.1 Bede 1 held office of Priest
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.72.3-4   [Paulinus 1] was (we are told) a Roman by birth, one of the men sent by St Gregory 1 to serve the Word in England. Archbishop Justus 1 ordained him bishop and appointed him to evangelize the Northumbrians. He summoned the reluctant Edwin 2 to the faith by confronting him with a miracle which God had in his mercy once sent to the king, and which the spirit of prophecy now put into Paulinus 1's mind. He received the pallium from Pope Honorius 2, and consecrated Honorius 1 archbishop of Canterbury to follow Justus 1. After winning much booty from the Devil among the northern people, he was forcibly turned out of his see by enemy action, and returned to Kent. It was then that he took over the rule of the church of Rochester, for this holy priest was favoured and solicited by Archbishop Honorius 1 and King Eadbald 2. He took on what in their charity his brethren suggested, and, after contenting himself of a while with this inferior post, went the way of all flesh at the due time, nineteen years, two months and twenty-one days after he was ordained to York.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.99.1-2   William 1 laid low York because he was enraged with its people, who had taken in and served the needs of the Danes on their arrival.
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.99.7 Wilfrid 2 held office of Bishop
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.100.2   Wilfrid 2 was chosen to fill the see of York, and sent by King Aldfrith 1 [more likely by Ealhfrith 1], son of King Oswiu 1, to Gaul for consecration. While he dallied overseas, King Oswiu 1 foisted Chad 1 on the throne of York. Chad 1 was very holy, but his election was illegal. The wrong was set right when Theodore 1 was sent from the papal see to be archbishop of Canterbury: Chad 1 was removed, and Wilfrid 2 put on the throne.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.100.19-23   When Wilfrid 2 discovered that Chad 1 had been appointed to his see, her retired to Ripon for three years, acting as a priest. He was often called in by Wulfhere 1 king of the Mercians, who gave him a site called Lichfield on which to build a cathedral or a monastery. He was honoured with equal generosity by Ecgberht 3 king of Kent; and when Ecgberht 3 summoned him there Wilfrid 2 advanced many of his subjects up the grades of church preferment. One was Putta 1, whom he made a priest (later Theodore 1 promoted him to be bishop of Rochester). When Theodore 1 arrived to England, he saw that the canons had been flouted, and he degraded Chad 1, whose long-suffering touched Wilfrid 2's heard; by his help, Chad 1 was advanced for a second time though all the degrees and installed as bishop of Lichfield. At York Wilfrid 2 repaired and rebuilt a church built long ago by King Edwin 2; he also had a church built in Ripon. To its consecration were invited the brother kings Ecgfrith 4 and Ælfwine 4. For their father Oswiu 1 had died meanwhile, and it was they who endowed the place with vast estates.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.103.1-104.1   Theodore 1 was nearing his death, and feeling remorse for his sin against Wilfrid 2 he summoned both him and Bishop Eorcenwald 1 to London. He confessed his sins before the two bishops, asking Wilfrid 2 to forgive him and to accept his archbishopric in his place. Wilfrid 2 would not agree to take over the archbishopric without a decision in a higher council. Theodore 1 did everything to ensure that Wilfrid 2 receives his bishopric back, sending envoys to Aldfrith 1 king of the Northumbrians, Ecgfrith 4's successor, to his sister Ælfflæd 2 abbess of Whitby, and to Æthelred 2 king of the Mercians. When Aldfrith 1, who had known Wilfrid 2 well in the past, received the archbishop's letter, he granted him the monastery at Hexham and then, on the decision of his council, the bishopric of York and the monastery of Ripon.
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.110.1 Bosa 1 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.111 Wilfrid 4 held office of Bishop
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.111   There is a feud between York and Canterbury regarding which of the two has the body of Wilfrid 2: those of Canterbury claim that they possess Wilfrid 2 senior, while those of York contend that it was the younger Wilfrid 4 who was transferred to Canterbury by Archbishop Oda 1.
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.112.1 Ecgberht 7 held office of Bishop
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.112.3   [Ecgberht 7] was buried with his brother [Eadberht 11] in the same porticus at York, after thirty-six years as bishop.
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.113.1 Æthelberht 8 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.113.1 Eanbald 2 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.114 Wulfsige 5 held office of Archbishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.114 Wigmund 6 held office of Archbishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.114 Wulfhere 8 held office of Archbishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.114 Æthelbald 15 held office of Archbishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.114 Hrothweard 1 held office of Archbishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.114 Wulfstan 14 held office of Archbishop for Edmund 14
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.115.1 Oscytel 5 held office of Archbishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.115.1 Oswald 8 held office of Archbishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.115.1 Ealdwulf 18 held office of Archbishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.115.1 Wulfstan 41 held office of Archbishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.115.11 Ealdwulf 18 held office of Archbishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.115.12 Ælfric 105 held office of Archbishop for Cnut 3
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.115.13 Cynesige 10 held office of Archbishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.115.13 Ealdred 37 held office of Archbishop
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.115.13-17   Making use of his money and the innocent nature of King Edward 15, Ealdred 37 took on the archbishopric of York without giving up Worcester. After arranging matters with the King, he proceeded to Rome with Giso 1 of Wells and Walter 2 of Hereford, together with Tosti 2, earl of the Northumbrians. Pope Nicholas 2 gave the earl a gracious welcome, and made him sit at his side at a synod he had convoked against simony. Ealdred 37 was found guilty of simony and stripped of his honours. On their way back the English party was attacked by robbers, lost all their property and fled to Rome. Tosti 2 urged Nicholas 2 either to use his authority and return their property, or to restore pallium to Ealdred 37. The pope did the latter but he laid down that Worcester should have its own bishop.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.116.1   Ealdred 37 now dead and in his grave at York.
Office Bates216    Ealdred 37 held office of Archbishop
Office SymeonofDurham.DeNorthymbrorumComitibus  382 Oslac 7 held office of Comes for Edgar 11
Office Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  3 Theodore 1 held office of Archbishop
Transaction Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  5   King Ecgfrith 4 and Archbishop Theodore 1 gave to St Cuthbert 1 in the city of York all the land that lies from the wall of the church of York, St Peter's 1 as far as the great gate towards the west, and from the wall of the church of St Peter as far as the city wall towards the south. They also gave him the vill that is called Crayke and three miles in circumference around the same vill, so that he might have a stopping-place there whenever he went to or returned from York. And St Cuthbert 1 installed a congregating of monks there and ordained an abbot, and because it seemed a small territory, he added the city that is called Carlisle, which has a circumference of fifteen miles, and in the same city he placed a congregation of nuns, and ordained an abbess [Anonymous 59] and established schools.
Event NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55   In 790 King Osred 3, deceived by the guile of his nobles, taken prisoner and deprived of the kingdom, was tonsured in the city of York, and afterwards, forced by necessity, went into exile.
Event NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  55   In 791 the sons of King Ælfwald 7 were taken by force from the city of York, being brought from the principle church by false promises, and were miserably killed by King Æthelred 7 in Wonwaldremere; their names were Oelf 1 and Oelfwin 1.
Event NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  57   In 794 Æthelheard 24, once dux, but then a cleric, died in the city of York on 1 August.
Event NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  58   In the seventh year of King Æthelred 7, Alric 5, once ealdorman (dux), then cleric, died in the city of York.
Event NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  58   On 10 August 796 Archbishop Eanbald 1 died in the monastery called Æt Læte, and his body conveyed to the city of York, with a large multitude attending it, and honourably buried in the church of St Peter.
Event NorthernAnnals.FirstSet  61   In 799 Osbald 1, once dux and patricius, and for a time king, then indeed abbot, reached his last day, and his body was buried in the church of the city of York.
Event NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  82   In 900 Æthelbald 15 was consecrated to the bishopric of the church of York.
Event NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  82   In 919 king Ragnald 1 took York by storm.
Event NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  84   In 939 king Olaf 3 first came to York, and then, marching south, besieged Northampton. But accomplishing nothing there, he turned his army to Tamworth and ravaged everything round about it. When he reached Leicester on his return, king Edmund 14 met him with an army. There was no severe fighting, for the two archbishops, Oda 3 and Wulfstan 14, reconciled the kings to one another and put an end to the battle. When peace had thus been made, the Watling Street was the boundary of each kingdom. Edmund 14 held the part to the south, Olaf 3 kingdom to the north.
Event NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  84   Olaf 3, when he had ravaged the church of St Baldhere 1 and burnt Tyninghame, soon perished. Therefore the men of York [Anonymi 10066] laid waste the island of Lindisfarne and killed many people [Anonymi 10067].
Office EMC Coin  1996.0216 (N 764 (First Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Styr 2 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
Office EMC Coin  1996.0216 (N 764 (First Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1996.0216 (N 764 (First Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Styr 2
Office EMC Coin  1986.0362 (N 764 (First Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Styr 2 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0362 (N 764 (First Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Styr 2
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0362 (N 764 (First Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32
Office EMC Coin  1986.0362 (N 764 (First Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1021.172 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Sæwine 9
Office EMC Coin  1021.172 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Sæwine 9 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1021.172 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1986.0351 (N 672 (Circumscription Cross, with mint)) Ragnald 5 held office of Moneyer for Æthelstan 18
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0351 (N 672 (Circumscription Cross, with mint)) Ragnald 5
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0351 (N 672 (Circumscription Cross, with mint)) Æthelstan 18
Office EMC Coin  1986.0351 (N 672 (Circumscription Cross, with mint)) Æthelstan 18 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1021.0087 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D)) Oba 6 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1021.0087 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D)) Oba 6
Office EMC Coin  1021.0087 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.019 (N 191 ('Styca' of Osberht)) Monne 6 held office of Moneyer for Osberht 6
Office EMC Coin  2001.019 (N 191 ('Styca' of Osberht)) Osberht 6 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1995.0121 (N 191 ('Styca' of Osberht)) Monne 6 held office of Moneyer for Osberht 6
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1995.0121 (N 191 ('Styca' of Osberht)) Monne 6
Office EMC Coin  1995.0121 (N 191 ('Styca' of Osberht)) Osberht 6 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1995.0121 (N 191 ('Styca' of Osberht)) Osberht 6
Office EMC Coin  2001.0187 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Monne 5 held office of Moneyer for Eanred 8
Office EMC Coin  2001.0187 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1989.5003 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Monne 5 held office of Moneyer for Eanred 8
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1989.5003 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Monne 5
Office EMC Coin  1989.5003 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1989.5003 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8
Office EMC Coin  2008.0162 (N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II Second reign)) Monne 3 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2008.0162 (N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II Second reign)) Monne 3
Office EMC Coin  2008.0162 (N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II Second reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2008.0162 (N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II Second reign)) Æthelred 44
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:20) William 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: [fiscal data not specified] in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:20) Edward 15 Property recorded in Domesday Book: [fiscal data not specified] in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298v (Yorkshire C:29) Thorkil 2 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 2 carucates in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298v (Yorkshire C:29) Thorfinnr 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 carucate in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:19) Bondi 2 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:18) Richard 18 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:18) Beornwulf 15 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:18) Richard 18 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:18) Gospatric 6 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:18) Richard 18 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:17) Odo 7 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:18) Ealhmund 26 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:17) Odo 7 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1.5 urban tenements in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:17) Elaf 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:17) Orm 5 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1.5 urban tenements in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:17) Odo 7 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1.5 urban tenements in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:17) Forne 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1.5 urban tenements in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:16) Osbern 19 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:16) Osbern 19 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:15) Alwine 10 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:16) Brun 4 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:14) Gilbert 12 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 3 urban tenements in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:15) Gamal-Karli 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:13) Erneis 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: .5 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:14) Murdac 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 3 urban tenements in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:13) York, St Martin's 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: .5 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:13) Erneis 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: .5 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:13) Gospatric 6 Property recorded in Domesday Book: .5 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:13) Erneis 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:13) Gospatric 6 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:13) Alwine 10 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:13) Erneis 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:13) Grim 14 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:13) Erneis 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:12) Ramkel 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:12) Robert 51 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:12) Healfdene 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:12) Robert 51 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:12) Gluniairnn 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:12) Robert 51 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:12) Earnwig 7 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:12) Robert 51 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:12) Alsige 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:12) Robert 51 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:12) Earnwig 7 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:12) Robert 51 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:12) Grimkel 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:12) Robert 51 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:12) Robert 51 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:12) Grim 14 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:12) Robert 51 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:12) Tumi 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:11) Hugh 25 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:11) Gospatric 6 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:11) Hugh 25 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:11) Thorkil 2 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:11) Hedned 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:11) Hugh 25 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:11) Ealdwulf 19 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:11) Hugh 25 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) William 40 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) Uhtred 16 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) Hugh 25 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 2 urban tenements in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) William 40 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) York, St Mary's 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) William 40 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) Sunngifu 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) William 40 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) Odbert 2 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) William 40 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) Godelind 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) William 40 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) Ulfkil 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) William 40 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) Weleret 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) William 40 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) Othulf 5 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) William 40 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) Dunstan 3 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) William 40 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) Northmann 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) William 40 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) Alfgrimr 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) William 40 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) Selakollr 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) William 40 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) Ecgbeorht 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) William 40 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) Swarti 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) William 40 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) Gamal 3 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) William 40 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:10) Beornwulf 15 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:8) Ramkel 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:8) Richard 18 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:8) Richard 18 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:8) Thorkil 2 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:7) Alwine 10 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:7) Einulf 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:3) Ligulf 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:3) Robert 51 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:5) Modgifu 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 2 urban tenements in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:6) Ketil 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 2 urban tenements in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:3) Robert 51 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:3) Thorfinnr 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:3) Robert 51 Property recorded in Domesday Book: .8 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:3) Robert 51 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 2 urban tenements in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:3) Lyfing 25 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 2 urban tenements in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:3) Robert 51 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 5 urban tenements in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:3) Arnketil 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 5 urban tenements in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:3) Robert 51 Property recorded in Domesday Book: .2 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:3) Gamal 3 Property recorded in Domesday Book: .2 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:3) Robert 51 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:3) Snarri 2 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:3) Robert 51 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:3) Sterri 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:3) Robert 51 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:3) Morulf 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:3) Robert 51 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  298 (Yorkshire C:3) Sunulf 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 1 urban tenement in York, Yorkshire (in 1066)
Office EMC Coin  2007.0112 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Monne 3 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2007.0112 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Monne 3
Office EMC Coin  2007.0112 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2007.0112 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  2001.018 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Monne 3 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  2001.018 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1989.5008 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Monne 3 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1989.5008 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Monne 3
Office EMC Coin  1989.5008 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1989.5008 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  1989.5009 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Monne 3 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1989.5009 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Monne 3
Office EMC Coin  1989.5009 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1989.5009 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  1986.0325 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Monne 3 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0325 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Monne 3
Office EMC Coin  1986.0325 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0325 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  1989.5011 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Monne 3 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1989.5011 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Monne 3
Office EMC Coin  1989.5011 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1989.5011 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  1999.0054 (N 475.1 (Alfred Imitations: Two-Line)) Ludig 3 held office of Moneyer
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1999.0054 (N 475.1 (Alfred Imitations: Two-Line)) Ludig 3
Office EMC Coin  2009.0087 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Leofthegn 6 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2009.0087 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Leofthegn 6
Office EMC Coin  2009.0087 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2009.0087 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  2009.0088 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Leofthegn 6 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2009.0088 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Leofthegn 6
Office EMC Coin  2009.0088 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2009.0088 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  1986.0324 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Leofthegn 6 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0324 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Leofthegn 6
Office EMC Coin  1986.0324 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0324 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  1925.0001 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Leofæg 7 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  1925.0001 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2008.0152 (N 196 (Abp Wigmund; 'styca')) Hunlaf 13 held office of Moneyer for Wigmund 6
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2008.0152 (N 196 (Abp Wigmund; 'styca')) Hunlaf 13
Office EMC Coin  2008.0152 (N 196 (Abp Wigmund; 'styca')) Wigmund 6 held office of Archbishop
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2008.0152 (N 196 (Abp Wigmund; 'styca')) Wigmund 6
Office EMC Coin  2001.0158 (N 196 (Abp Wigmund; 'styca')) Hunlaf 13 held office of Moneyer for Wigmund 6
Office EMC Coin  2001.0158 (N 196 (Abp Wigmund; 'styca')) Wigmund 6 held office of Archbishop
Office EMC Coin  1986.0358 (N 724 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Heriger 1 held office of Moneyer for Eadwig 4
Office EMC Coin  1986.0358 (N 724 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Eadwig 4 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0358 (N 724 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Eadwig 4
Office EMC Coin  1975.901 (N 724 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Heriger 1 held office of Moneyer for Eadwig 4
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1975.901 (N 724 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Heriger 1
Office EMC Coin  1975.901 (N 724 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Eadwig 4 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1975.901 (N 724 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Eadwig 4
Office EMC Coin  2001.0186 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Heardwulf 2 held office of Moneyer for Eanred 8
Office EMC Coin  2001.0186 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2001.0186 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8
Office EMC Coin  2001.0164 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Heardwulf 2 held office of Moneyer for Eanred 8
Office EMC Coin  2001.0164 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.1307 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Forthred 8 held office of Moneyer for Eanred 8
Office EMC Coin  2001.1307 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.0168 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Forthred 8 held office of Moneyer for Eanred 8
Office EMC Coin  2001.0168 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.0179 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Forthred 8 held office of Moneyer for Eanred 8
Office EMC Coin  2001.0179 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1989.5006 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Forthred 8 held office of Moneyer for Eanred 8
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1989.5006 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Forthred 8
Office EMC Coin  1989.5006 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1989.5006 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8
Office EMC Coin  1989.5004 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Forthred 8 held office of Moneyer for Eanred 8
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1989.5004 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Forthred 8
Office EMC Coin  1989.5004 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1989.5004 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8
Office EMC Coin  1986.0318 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Forthred 8 held office of Moneyer for Eanred 8
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0318 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Forthred 8
Office EMC Coin  1986.0318 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0318 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8
Office EMC Coin  1989.5005 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Forthred 8 held office of Moneyer for Eanred 8
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1989.5005 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Forthred 8
Office EMC Coin  1989.5005 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1989.5005 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8
Office EMC Coin  1986.0363 (N 766 (First Hand) (Hild. B1)) Fastolf 4 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0363 (N 766 (First Hand) (Hild. B1)) Fastolf 4
Office EMC Coin  1986.0363 (N 766 (First Hand) (Hild. B1)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0363 (N 766 (First Hand) (Hild. B1)) Æthelred 32
Office EMC Coin  1986.0361 (N 748 (Circumscription Cross, without mint)) Fastolf 3 held office of Moneyer for Edgar 11
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0361 (N 748 (Circumscription Cross, without mint)) Fastolf 3
Office EMC Coin  1986.0361 (N 748 (Circumscription Cross, without mint)) Edgar 11 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0361 (N 748 (Circumscription Cross, without mint)) Edgar 11
Office EMC Coin  1986.036 (N 748 (Circumscription Cross, without mint)) Fastolf 3 held office of Moneyer for Edgar 11
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.036 (N 748 (Circumscription Cross, without mint)) Fastolf 3
Office EMC Coin  1986.036 (N 748 (Circumscription Cross, without mint)) Edgar 11 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.036 (N 748 (Circumscription Cross, without mint)) Edgar 11
Office EMC Coin  1986.0356 (N 545 (Sihtric II, Triquetra / Standard)) Farmann 11 held office of Moneyer for Sihtric 1
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0356 (N 545 (Sihtric II, Triquetra / Standard)) Farmann 11
Office EMC Coin  1986.0356 (N 545 (Sihtric II, Triquetra / Standard)) Sihtric 1 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0356 (N 545 (Sihtric II, Triquetra / Standard)) Sihtric 1
Office EMC Coin  1986.033 (N 191.8 (Irregular Northumbrian 'styca'; mid ninth century)) Eardwulf 27 held office of Moneyer
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.033 (N 191.8 (Irregular Northumbrian 'styca'; mid ninth century)) Eardwulf 27
Office EMC Coin  1986.0331 (N 191.8 (Irregular Northumbrian 'styca'; mid ninth century)) Eardwulf 27 held office of Moneyer
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0331 (N 191.8 (Irregular Northumbrian 'styca'; mid ninth century)) Eardwulf 27
Office EMC Coin  2001.017 (N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II Second reign)) Eardwulf 26 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  2001.017 (N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II Second reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.0171 (N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II Second reign)) Eardwulf 26 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  2001.0171 (N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II Second reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.0189 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Eardwulf 26 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  2001.0189 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1989.5007 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Eardwulf 26 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1989.5007 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Eardwulf 26
Office EMC Coin  1989.5007 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1989.5007 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  1986.0322 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Eardwulf 26 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0322 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Eardwulf 26
Office EMC Coin  1986.0322 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0322 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  1986.0323 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Eardwulf 26 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0323 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Eardwulf 26
Office EMC Coin  1986.0323 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0323 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  1986.1061 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Eanred 13 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  1986.1061 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.0155 (N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II Second reign)) Eanred 13 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  2001.0155 (N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II Second reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.0167 (N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II Second reign)) Eanred 13 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  2001.0167 (N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II Second reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2008.0156 (N 187 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Eanred 13 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2008.0156 (N 187 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Eanred 13
Office EMC Coin  2008.0156 (N 187 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.0182 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Eanred 13 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  2001.0182 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.016 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Eanred 13 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  2001.016 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1989.5012 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Eanred 13 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1989.5012 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Eanred 13
Office EMC Coin  1989.5012 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1989.5012 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  1986.0337 (N 423 (Burgred, lunette, unbroken)) Eanred 10 held office of Moneyer for Burgred 5
Office EMC Coin  1986.0337 (N 423 (Burgred, lunette, unbroken)) Burgred 5 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1986.0321 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Ealhhere 17 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 67
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0321 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Ealhhere 17
Office EMC Coin  1986.0321 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Æthelred 67 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0321 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Æthelred 67
Office EMC Coin  2001.0185 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eadwine 53 held office of Moneyer for Eanred 8
Office EMC Coin  2001.0185 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1986.0315 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eadwine 53 held office of Moneyer for Eanred 8
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0315 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eadwine 53
Office EMC Coin  1986.0315 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1986.0314 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eadwine 53 held office of Moneyer for Eanred 8
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0314 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eadwine 53
Office EMC Coin  1986.0314 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0314 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8
Office EMC Coin  1975.8959 (N 423 (Burgred, lunette, unbroken)) Diga 1 held office of Moneyer for Burgred 5
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1975.8959 (N 423 (Burgred, lunette, unbroken)) Diga 1
Office EMC Coin  1975.8959 (N 423 (Burgred, lunette, unbroken)) Burgred 5 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1975.8959 (N 423 (Burgred, lunette, unbroken)) Burgred 5
Office EMC Coin  1986.0338 (N 426 (Burgred, lunette, lines with crooks)) Deorwulf 10 held office of Moneyer for Burgred 5
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0338 (N 426 (Burgred, lunette, lines with crooks)) Deorwulf 10
Office EMC Coin  1986.0338 (N 426 (Burgred, lunette, lines with crooks)) Burgred 5 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0338 (N 426 (Burgred, lunette, lines with crooks)) Burgred 5
Office EMC Coin  2001.0156 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Cynewulf 14 held office of Moneyer for Eanred 8
Office EMC Coin  2001.0156 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1986.0313 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Cuthheard 6 held office of Moneyer for Eanred 8
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0313 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Cuthheard 6
Office EMC Coin  1986.0313 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0313 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8
Office EMC Coin  1977.0127 (N 183 (Series Y: Ælfwald II)) Cuthheard 4 held office of Moneyer for Ælfwald 83
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1977.0127 (N 183 (Series Y: Ælfwald II)) Cuthheard 4
Office EMC Coin  1977.0127 (N 183 (Series Y: Ælfwald II)) Ælfwald 83 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1977.0127 (N 183 (Series Y: Ælfwald II)) Ælfwald 83
Office EMC Coin  2001.0162 (N 183 (Series Y: Ælfwald II)) Cuthheard 4 held office of Moneyer for Ælfwald 83
Office EMC Coin  2001.0162 (N 183 (Series Y: Ælfwald II)) Ælfwald 83 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.0177 (N 196 (Abp Wigmund; 'styca')) Cenred 11 held office of Moneyer for Wigmund 6
Office EMC Coin  2001.0177 (N 196 (Abp Wigmund; 'styca')) Wigmund 6 held office of Archbishop
Office EMC Coin  2001.0183 (N 196 (Abp Wigmund; 'styca')) Cenred 11 held office of Moneyer for Wigmund 6
Office EMC Coin  2001.0183 (N 196 (Abp Wigmund; 'styca')) Wigmund 6 held office of Archbishop
Office EMC Coin  2001.0165 (N 196 (Abp Wigmund; 'styca')) Cenred 11 held office of Moneyer for Wigmund 6
Office EMC Coin  2001.0165 (N 196 (Abp Wigmund; 'styca')) Wigmund 6 held office of Archbishop
Office EMC Coin  2001.0166 (N 196 (Abp Wigmund; 'styca')) Cenred 11 held office of Moneyer for Wigmund 6
Office EMC Coin  2001.0166 (N 196 (Abp Wigmund; 'styca')) Wigmund 6 held office of Archbishop
Office EMC Coin  2001.0181 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Cenred 7 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 67
Office EMC Coin  2001.0181 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Æthelred 67 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.0157 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign)) Ceolbeald 2 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 7
Office EMC Coin  2001.0157 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign)) Æthelred 7 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.0184 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign)) Ceolbeald 2 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 7
Office EMC Coin  2001.0184 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign)) Æthelred 7 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.0163 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign)) Ceolbeald 2 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 7
Office EMC Coin  2001.0163 (N 185 (Series Y: Æthelred I Second reign)) Æthelred 7 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1952.0003 (N 811 (Harthacnut Arm and Sceptre) (Hild. B)) Brunman 8 held office of Moneyer for Harthacnut 1
Office EMC Coin  1952.0003 (N 811 (Harthacnut Arm and Sceptre) (Hild. B)) Harthacnut 1 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2008.0153 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Brother 4 held office of Moneyer for Eanred 8
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2008.0153 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Brother 4
Office EMC Coin  2008.0153 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2008.0153 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8
Office EMC Coin  2001.0188 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Brother 3 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  2001.0188 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1880.0001 (Cnut, Quatrefoil (N 781-6) (Hild. E)) Bretecol 2 held office of Moneyer for Cnut 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1880.0001 (Cnut, Quatrefoil (N 781-6) (Hild. E)) Bretecol 2
Office EMC Coin  1880.0001 (Cnut, Quatrefoil (N 781-6) (Hild. E)) Cnut 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1967.8284 (N 472 (Alfred Imitations: Orsnaforda)) Beornweald 3 held office of Moneyer
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1967.8284 (N 472 (Alfred Imitations: Orsnaforda)) Beornweald 3
Office EMC Coin  1986.0368 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Othulf 11 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0368 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Othulf 11
Office EMC Coin  1986.0368 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0368 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1021.164 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Othgrim 8 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1021.164 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1958.001 (Edward the Confessor (no further details)) Othgrim 8 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1958.001 (Edward the Confessor (no further details)) Othgrim 8
Office EMC Coin  1958.001 (Edward the Confessor (no further details)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1958.001 (Edward the Confessor (no further details)) Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1021.0092 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D)) Othgrim 6 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1021.0092 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D)) Othgrim 6
Office EMC Coin  1021.0092 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1986.0364 (N 766 (First Hand) (Hild. B1)) Othgrim 6 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0364 (N 766 (First Hand) (Hild. B1)) Othgrim 6
Office EMC Coin  1986.0364 (N 766 (First Hand) (Hild. B1)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0364 (N 766 (First Hand) (Hild. B1)) Æthelred 32
Office EMC Coin  1975.8061 (N 766 (First Hand) (Hild. B1)) Asbeorn 1 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1975.8061 (N 766 (First Hand) (Hild. B1)) Asbeorn 1
Office EMC Coin  1975.8061 (N 766 (First Hand) (Hild. B1)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2004.0251 (N 818 (Small Flan) (Hild. B)) Arngrim 7 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2004.0251 (N 818 (Small Flan) (Hild. B)) Arngrim 7
Office EMC Coin  2004.0251 (N 818 (Small Flan) (Hild. B)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2004.0251 (N 818 (Small Flan) (Hild. B)) Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  2001.0169 (N 196 (Abp Wigmund; 'styca')) Æthelweard 76 held office of Moneyer for Wigmund 6
Office EMC Coin  2001.0169 (N 196 (Abp Wigmund; 'styca')) Wigmund 6 held office of Archbishop
Office EMC Coin  2001.02 (N 196 (Abp Wigmund; 'styca')) Æthelweard 76 held office of Moneyer for Wigmund 6
Office EMC Coin  2001.02 (N 196 (Abp Wigmund; 'styca')) Wigmund 6 held office of Archbishop
Office EMC Coin  1986.0332 (N 196 (Abp Wigmund; 'styca')) Æthelweard 76 held office of Moneyer for Wigmund 6
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0332 (N 196 (Abp Wigmund; 'styca')) Æthelweard 76
Office EMC Coin  1986.0332 (N 196 (Abp Wigmund; 'styca')) Wigmund 6 held office of Archbishop
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0332 (N 196 (Abp Wigmund; 'styca')) Wigmund 6
Office EMC Coin  2001.0174 (N 196 (Abp Wigmund; 'styca')) Æthelhelm 32 held office of Moneyer for Wigmund 6
Office EMC Coin  2001.0174 (N 196 (Abp Wigmund; 'styca')) Wigmund 6 held office of Archbishop
Office EMC Coin  2001.0176 (N 196 (Abp Wigmund; 'styca')) Æthelhelm 32 held office of Moneyer for Wigmund 6
Office EMC Coin  2001.0176 (N 196 (Abp Wigmund; 'styca')) Wigmund 6 held office of Archbishop
Office EMC Coin  2008.0288 (N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II Second reign)) Æthelhelm 30 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2008.0288 (N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II Second reign)) Æthelhelm 30
Office EMC Coin  2008.0288 (N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II Second reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2008.0288 (N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II Second reign)) Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  2008.037 (N 537 (Anlaf Guthfrithsson, Raven / Small Cross)) Æthelfrith 39 held office of Moneyer for Olaf 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2008.037 (N 537 (Anlaf Guthfrithsson, Raven / Small Cross)) Æthelfrith 39
Office EMC Coin  2008.037 (N 537 (Anlaf Guthfrithsson, Raven / Small Cross)) Olaf 3 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2008.037 (N 537 (Anlaf Guthfrithsson, Raven / Small Cross)) Olaf 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0365 (Cnut, Short Cross (N 790-4) (Hild. H)) Cnut 3
Office EMC Coin  1986.0365 (Cnut, Short Cross (N 790-4) (Hild. H)) Cnut 3 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0365 (Cnut, Short Cross (N 790-4) (Hild. H)) Thurgrim 4
Office EMC Coin  1986.0365 (Cnut, Short Cross (N 790-4) (Hild. H)) Thurgrim 4 held office of Moneyer for Cnut 3
Office EMC Coin  2001.0196 (N 571 (Ecgberht, Non-Portrait, Canterbury)) Ecgberht 10 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.0196 (N 571 (Ecgberht, Non-Portrait, Canterbury)) Tidberht 7 held office of Moneyer for Ecgberht 10
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0316 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8
Office EMC Coin  1986.0316 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0316 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Tidwine 2
Office EMC Coin  1986.0316 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Tidwine 2 held office of Moneyer for Eanred 8
Office EMC Coin  2001.0178 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.0178 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Tidwine 2 held office of Moneyer for Eanred 8
Office EMC Coin  1975.8253 (N 817 (Trefoil Quadrilateral) (Hild. C)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1975.8253 (N 817 (Trefoil Quadrilateral) (Hild. C)) Ulfcetel 7
Office EMC Coin  1975.8253 (N 817 (Trefoil Quadrilateral) (Hild. C)) Ulfcetel 7 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0344 (N 536.1 (Sihtric Caoch, Sword / Hammer)) Sihtric 1
Office EMC Coin  1986.0344 (N 536.1 (Sihtric Caoch, Sword / Hammer)) Sihtric 1 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2006.0105 (N 816 (Radiate - Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1995.015 (N 485 (St Edmund, Halfpenny)) Edmund 6 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1986.0357 (N 706 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Eadred 16 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1986.0366 (Harold I, Fleur-de-lis (no further details, N 803-7)) Harold 5 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.0173 (N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II Second reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2007.0025 (N 179 (Series Y: Alhred)) Alhred 1
Office EMC Coin  2007.0025 (N 179 (Series Y: Alhred)) Alhred 1 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.034 (N 501 (Cunnetti)) Cnut 5
Office EMC Coin  1986.034 (N 501 (Cunnetti)) Cnut 5 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.0556 (N 501 (Cunnetti)) Cnut 5 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1975.8025 (N 501 (Cunnetti)) Cnut 5
Office EMC Coin  1975.8025 (N 501 (Cunnetti)) Cnut 5 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1989.5002 (N 177 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast right)) Eadberht 11
Office EMC Coin  1989.5002 (N 177 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast right)) Eadberht 11 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0304 (N 178 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast left)) Eadberht 11
Office EMC Coin  1986.0304 (N 178 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast left)) Eadberht 11 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1986.0303 (N 177 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast right)) Eadberht 11 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0302 (N 177 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast right)) Eadberht 11
Office EMC Coin  1986.0302 (N 177 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast right)) Eadberht 11 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1999.0011 (N 177 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast right)) Eadberht 11 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1999.001 (N 178 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast left)) Eadberht 11
Office EMC Coin  1999.001 (N 178 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast left)) Eadberht 11 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.0059 (N 177 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast right)) Eadberht 11 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.006 (N 178 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast left)) Eadberht 11 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2008.022 (N 177 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast right)) Eadberht 11
Office EMC Coin  2008.022 (N 177 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast right)) Eadberht 11 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2007.0023 (N 177 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast right)) Eadberht 11
Office EMC Coin  2007.0023 (N 177 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast right)) Eadberht 11 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2007.0021 (N 177 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast right)) Eadberht 11
Office EMC Coin  2007.0021 (N 177 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast right)) Eadberht 11 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2007.0022 (N 178 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast left)) Eadberht 11
Office EMC Coin  2007.0022 (N 178 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast left)) Eadberht 11 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2008.0219 (N 178 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast left)) Eadberht 11
Office EMC Coin  2008.0219 (N 178 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast left)) Eadberht 11 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2008.033 (N 177 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast right)) Eadberht 11
Office EMC Coin  2008.033 (N 177 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast right)) Eadberht 11 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1977.0125 (N 178 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast left)) Eadberht 11 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1984.0239 (N 178 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast left)) Eadberht 11
Office EMC Coin  1984.0239 (N 178 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast left)) Eadberht 11 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1977.0124 (N 178 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast left)) Eadberht 11 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1977.012 (N 177 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast right)) Eadberht 11
Office EMC Coin  1977.012 (N 177 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast right)) Eadberht 11 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1977.0117 (N 178 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast left)) Eadberht 11
Office EMC Coin  1977.0117 (N 178 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast left)) Eadberht 11 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1977.0118 (N 177 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast right)) Eadberht 11 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1977.0123 (N 177 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast right)) Eadberht 11
Office EMC Coin  1977.0123 (N 177 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast right)) Eadberht 11 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1977.0122 (N 178 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast left)) Eadberht 11
Office EMC Coin  1977.0122 (N 178 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast left)) Eadberht 11 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1977.0119 (N 177 (Series Y: Eadberht: beast right)) Eadberht 11 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0319 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8
Office EMC Coin  1986.0319 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.0058 (N 193 (Abp Ecgberht with Alchred)) Alhred 1 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.0058 (N 193 (Abp Ecgberht with Alchred)) Ecgberht 7 held office of Archbishop
Office EMC Coin  1984.0254 (N 193 (Abp Ecgberht with Alchred)) Alhred 1 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1984.0254 (N 193 (Abp Ecgberht with Alchred)) Ecgberht 7
Office EMC Coin  1984.0254 (N 193 (Abp Ecgberht with Alchred)) Ecgberht 7 held office of Archbishop
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1977.0126 (N 192 (Abp Ecgberht with Eadberht)) Eadberht 11
Office EMC Coin  1977.0126 (N 192 (Abp Ecgberht with Eadberht)) Eadberht 11 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1977.0126 (N 192 (Abp Ecgberht with Eadberht)) Ecgberht 7
Office EMC Coin  1977.0126 (N 192 (Abp Ecgberht with Eadberht)) Ecgberht 7 held office of Archbishop
Office EMC Coin  2004.0184 (N 748 (Circumscription Cross, without mint)) Edgar 11 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2004.0183 (N 749 (Circumscription Cross, with mint)) Edgar 11
Office EMC Coin  2004.0183 (N 749 (Circumscription Cross, with mint)) Edgar 11 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1986.0367 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1986.0333 (N 191 ('Styca' of Osberht)) Osberht 6 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0339 (N 614 (Æthelwulf, Doribi/Cant)) Æthelwulf 1
Office EMC Coin  1986.0339 (N 614 (Æthelwulf, Doribi/Cant)) Æthelwulf 1 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0339 (N 614 (Æthelwulf, Doribi/Cant)) Wealhheard 1
Office EMC Coin  1986.0339 (N 614 (Æthelwulf, Doribi/Cant)) Wealhheard 1 held office of Moneyer for Æthelwulf 1
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0326 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  1986.0326 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0326 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Wendelberht 1
Office EMC Coin  1986.0326 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Wendelberht 1 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  2001.0199 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.0199 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Wendelberht 1 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  2001.0154 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.0154 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Wihtred 17 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0317 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8
Office EMC Coin  1986.0317 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0317 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Wilheah 2
Office EMC Coin  1986.0317 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Wilheah 2 held office of Moneyer for Eanred 8
Office EMC Coin  1986.032 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1986.032 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Wilheah 2 held office of Moneyer for Eanred 8
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2008.0363 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8
Office EMC Coin  2008.0363 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Eanred 8 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2008.0363 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Wilheah 2
Office EMC Coin  2008.0363 (N 186 ('Styca' of Eanred)) Wilheah 2 held office of Moneyer for Eanred 8
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0327 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  1986.0327 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0327 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Wulfred 44
Office EMC Coin  1986.0327 (N 188/N 190 ('Styca' of Æthelred II; unclear which reign)) Wulfred 44 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  2001.0197 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.0197 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Wulfred 44 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2008.0157 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  2008.0157 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2008.0157 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Wulfred 44
Office EMC Coin  2008.0157 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Wulfred 44 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0334 (N 197 (Abp Wulfhere)) Wulfhere 8
Office EMC Coin  1986.0334 (N 197 (Abp Wulfhere)) Wulfhere 8 held office of Archbishop
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.0334 (N 197 (Abp Wulfhere)) Wulfred 47
Office EMC Coin  1986.0334 (N 197 (Abp Wulfhere)) Wulfred 47 held office of Moneyer for Wulfhere 8
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2001.0201 (N 197 (Abp Wulfhere)) Wulfhere 8
Office EMC Coin  2001.0201 (N 197 (Abp Wulfhere)) Wulfhere 8 held office of Archbishop
Office EMC Coin  2001.0201 (N 197 (Abp Wulfhere)) Wulfred 47 held office of Moneyer for Wulfhere 8