Ethelwulf


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Ethelwulf

(ˈɛθəlˌwʊlf) or

Æthelwulf

n
(Biography) died 858 ad, king of Wessex (839–858)
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At 3am two explosions engulfed the trawlers TW Mould and Ethelwulf, which vanished without trace will all hands.
Such is the constant backstory to the life and eventual reign of Alfred (born AD 849) fifth and youngest son of Ethelwulf King of Wessex when England was comprised of several Anglo-Saxon nations.
in a royal Saxon residence near the modern town of Wantage in Oxfordshire, the youngest of five surviving children of remarkably pious parents, King Ethelwulf and his Jutish Queen, Osburh.
Antiquity is everything longer ago than anybody in the conversation can remember having seen as a child, an enchanted place where Abraham Lincoln reads his speeches to Julius Caesar, who is comparing swords with King Ethelwulf, who waits on the cliffs of Avalon for the black ship bringing Marie de Medicis and Hermann Goring home from the siege of Troy.