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- Æthelweard (also Ethelward; d. c. 998), descended from the Anglo-Saxon King Æthelred I of Wes****, the elder brother of Alfred the Great, was an ealdorman...
- Æthelweard (also Ethelweard, Aethelweard, Athelweard, et cetera) is an Anglo-Saxon male name. It might refer to: King Æthelweard of the Hwicce (fl. 7/8th...
- Æthelweard (d. 920 or 922) was the younger son of King Alfred the Great and Ealhswith. He was born about 880. That he was Alfred's younger son by Ealhswith...
- Oshere [3]. In 706 he granted land to Bishop Ecgwine [4]. In this charter Æthelweard is styled subregulus, Osheri quondam regis Wicciorum filius. Possibly...
- Æthelweard (died 854) was a 9th-century king of East Anglia, the long-lived Anglo-Saxon kingdom which today includes the English counties of Norfolk and...
- later married Ælfgifu, who seems to have been the sister of Æthelweard the Chronicler. Æthelweard describes himself as the "grandson's grandson" of King Æthelred...
- Æthelweard was a medieval Bishop of Sherborne. Æthelweard was consecrated around 909. He died around 909. Fryde, et al. Handbook of British Chronology...
- Æthelweard (died between 909 and 926) was a medieval Bishop of London. Æthelweard was consecrated between 909 and 926. He died between 909 and 926. Fryde...
- the capital of the Hwicce. Oshere was succeeded by his sons Æthelheard, Æthelweard and Æthelric. At the beginning of Offa's reign, we find the kingdom ruled...
- Countess of Flanders (d. 929), married Baldwin II, Count of Flanders Æthelweard (d. c. 920) House of Wes**** family tree Keynes & Lapidge, ****er, pp. 77;...
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