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" Mucil,* earl of the Gaini.f The mother of this lady was named Edburga, of the royal line of Mercia, whom we have often seen with our own eyes a few years before her death. She was a venerable lady, and after the decease of her husband, she remained many... "
The Church historians of England, tr. by J. Stevenson - Página 451
de England - 1854 - 10 páginas
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Six Old English Chronicles: Of which Two are Now First Translated from the ...

John Allen Giles - 1848 - 512 páginas
...was named Edburga, of the royal line of Mercia, whom we have often seen with our own eyes a few years before her death. She was a venerable lady, and after the decease of her husband, she remained many years a widow, even till her own death. In the same year, the above-named army of pagans,...
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Six Old English chronicles; Ethelwerd's chronicle, Asser's Life of Alfred ...

Fabius Ethelwerdus - 1848
...was named Edburga, of the royal line of Mercia, whom we have often seen with our own eyes a few years before her death. She was a venerable lady, and after the decease of her husband, she remained many years a widow, even till her own death. In the same year, the above-named army of pagans,...
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The whole works of King Alfred the Great: with preliminary essays ..., Volumen 1

Alfred (King of England) - 1852
...was named Edburga, of the royal line of Mercia, whom we have often seen with our own eyes a few years before her death. She was a venerable lady, and after the decease of her husband, she remained man years a widow, even till her own death. * ie JJICHLE, -the Bio.' t Hence GAINSBOROUGH....
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The Church Historians of England: pt. 1. The Anglo-Saxon chronicle. The ...

1854
...Aelfred, at that time occupying but a secondary rank, sought and obtained in marriage a Mercian lady' of noble birth, the daughter of Aethelred, earl of...some omitting to mention the kings, some the nobles. ' AB and Florence do not notice this famine; it is interpolated from the AnnaliL * Namely, Ethelswitha,...
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The Church Historians of England: pt. 1. The Anglo-Saxon chronicle. The ...

1854
...obtained in marriage a Mercian lady2 of noble birth, the daughter of Aethelred, earl of the Gain!,4 whose surname was Mucil.5 The mother of this lady...some omitting to mention the kings, some the nobles. 2 AB and Florence do not notice this famine ; it is interpolated from the Annals. 2 Namely, Ethelswitha,...
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The whole works of king Alfred the great [ed. by J.A. Giles]. Jubilee ed

Alfred (king of England.) - 1858
...was named Edburga, of the royal line of Mercia, whom we have often seen with our own eyes a few years before her death. She was a venerable lady, and after the decease of her husband, she remained many years a widow, even till her own death. * ie MU-KLE, ' the Bio.' t Hence GAINSBOROUGH....
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Memorials of King Alfred: Being Essays on the History and Antiquities of ...

John Allen Giles - 1863 - 380 páginas
...•urnamed Mucil, earl of the Oaini. The mother of this lady was named Eadburg, of the royal line of Mercia. She was a venerable lady, and after the decease of her husband, she remained many years a widow, even till her own death. In the year 868, which WHS the 20th of king Elfred,...
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Six Old English Chronicles: Of which Two are Now First Translated from the ...

John Allen Giles - 1872 - 512 páginas
...was named Edburga, of the royal line of Mercia, whom we have often seen with our own eyes a few years before her death. She was a venerable lady, and after the decease of her husband, she remained many years a widow, even till her own death. In the same year, the above-named army of pagans,...
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Origin, Progress and Destiny of the English Language and Literature

John Adam Weisse - 1878 - 701 páginas
...this lady was named Edburga, of the royal line of Mercia, whom we have often seen with our own eyes ; she was a venerable lady, and after the decease of her husband she remained many years a widow, even till her death." Athelred, a Mercian earl, was her father. Alfred...
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Alfred the West Saxon: King of English

Dugald Macfadyen - 1901 - 376 páginas
...us, " was Eadburg, of the royal line of Mercia, whom we have often seen with our own eyes a few years before her death. She was a venerable lady, and after the decease of her husband, she remained many years a widow, even till her own death." It is said that every mother is in some degree...
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