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Aldfrithlocked

(d. 704/5)
  • Rosemary Cramp

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Aldfrith (d. 704/5), king of Northumbria, was the illegitimate son of Oswiu (611/12–670) and an Irish princess, Fin, of the Uí Néill dynasty, whom Irish sources describe as the daughter of Colmán Rímid who died c.604. This attribution has difficulties, in that it would put ...

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