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Oda [St Oda, Odo]locked

(d. 958)
  • Catherine Cubitt
  •  and Marios Costambeys

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Oda [St Oda, Odo] (d. 958), archbishop of Canterbury, was the son of a Dane who arrived in England in the army that invaded in 865, led, according to one version of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, by Ubbe and Ivarr. Oda's father had apparently settled in ...

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