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(d. 799)
  • David Rollason


Osbald (d. 799), king of Northumbria, may be identical with the ealdorman (dux) of that name who in 780 (the date 779 given by the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle is probably incorrect) gathered an army with another ealdorman called Æthelheard and burned King Ælfwald I's...

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