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Oswald [St Oswald]locked

(603/4–642)
  • D. J. Craig

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Oswald [St Oswald] (603/4–642), king of Northumbria, was the second son of Æthelfrith (d. c. 616), king of Bernicia and later of the Northumbrians, and his wife, Acha, the daughter of Ælla, king of Deira.

Following Æthelfrith's death in battle against Acha's brother ...

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