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East Anglian and other studies presented to Barbara Dodwell

East Anglian and other studies presented to Barbara Dodwell

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Published by Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Reading in Reading .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Malcolm Barber, Patricia McNulty and Peter Noble.
SeriesReading medieval studies -- 11
ContributionsDodwell, Barbara., Barber, Malcolm., McNulty, Patricia., Noble, Peter S.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14229931M

  18 It is appropriate to note here that there is no East Saxon entry in the so-called Anglian collection ed. Dumville, D. N., ‘ The Anglian Collection of Royal Genealogies and Regnal Lists ’, ASE 5 (), 23 – 50, although the West Saxons are the pedigrees of the Anglian collection trace the descent of their kings from Woden, but there is no other obvious link between by: 5.   This book contains many of Vine/Rendell's signature plot elements: a character from Scandinavia, a dysfunctional family, psychologically disturbed individuals, other individuals who are autistic, and an East Anglian setting with one or more old houses covered in Virginia creeper/5(78).

The name "Flegg" is Anglo-Danish in origin, as are many of it's parish names such as Ormesby, Rollesby, Hemsby, Stokesby, Filby, Scratby, Mautby, Thrigby, Billockby etc. No other district in East Anglia, a region that formed a part of the 10th Century Dane-Law has such a concentration of Scandinavian place-names. Alberht of East Anglia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Alberht (also Ethælbert, Albert or Æthelberht I; ruled – about ) was an eighth century king of East Anglia. He shared the kingdom with Beonna and he is believed to have also shared rule with a supposed ruler named essor: Ælfwald.

Browse and buy a vast selection of East Anglia Books and Collectibles on Ecgric (killed circa ) was a king of East Anglia, the independent Anglo-Saxon kingdom that today includes the English counties of Norfolk and was a member of the ruling Wuffingas dynasty, but his relationship with other known members of the dynasty is not known with any certainty. Anna of East Anglia may have been his brother, or his cousin.. It has also been suggested that he.


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