Copertina di Ealdgyth (Floruit 1015–1016)
Titolo del libro:

Ealdgyth (Floruit 1015–1016)

Alphascript Publishing (03.08.2010 )

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ISBN-13:

978-613-1-88426-9

ISBN-10:
6131884269
EAN:
9786131884269
Lingua del libro:
Inglese
Risvolto di copertina:
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Ealdgyth (floruit 1015–1016), modern English Edith, may have been the name of the wife of Sigeferth son of Earngrim, thegn of the Seven Burghs, and later of King Edmund Ironside. She was probably the mother of Edmund's sons Edward the Exile and Edmund. The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle records that Sigeferth and his brother Morcar, described as "foremost thegns of the Seven Burghs" were killed at an assembly of the English nobility at Oxford. Ealdorman Eadric Streona is said to have killed them "dishonourably" after having invited them to his rooms. The Seven Burghs, otherwise unknown, are presumed to have been the Five Burghs and Torksey and York. Following the killings, King Æthelred the Unready had the property of Sigeferth and Morcar seized and ordered that Sigeferth's widow, whose name the Chronicle does not record, should be detained at Malmesbury Abbey. The chronicle of John of Worcester calls her Ealdgyth. In the late summer of 1015, at some time between 15 August and 8 September, Edmund Ironside raised a revolt against his father King Æthelred.
Casa editrice:
Alphascript Publishing
Sito Web:
https://www.alphascript-publishing.com/
A cura di:
Frederic P. Miller, Agnes F. Vandome, John McBrewster
Numero di pagine:
120
Pubblicato il:
03.08.2010
Giacenza di magazzino:
Disponibile
categoria:
Medioevo
Prezzo:
39,00 €
Parole chiave:
Ealdgyth, Sigeferth, Edmund, Ironside, Edward, Anglo- Saxon, Morcar, Thegn, Eadric, Streona

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