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Eardwulflocked

(fl. 796–c. 830)
  • David Rollason

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Eardwulf (fl. 796–c. 830), king of Northumbria, was recalled from exile after the deposition of King Osbald in 796 and was inaugurated as king in York Minster on 26 May. Nothing is known of his parentage apart from the name of his father, also ...

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