Æthelwulf

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Æthelwulf

(ˈæθəlˌwʊlf)
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(Biography) a variant spelling of Ethelwulf
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As the Great Army moves to take York, with King Aethelwulf and his family still in hiding, Heahmund, the warrior bishop, must rally the Saxons to defend the Realm.
The ruler sat atop his mighty throne while his son Aethelwulf (Moe Dunford) was on the battlefield trying to take down Ragnar's (Travis Fimmel) sons and their men.
AEthelwulf de Wessex derrota a los vikingos en Londres y Canterbury.
Aided by Saxon warrior Aethelwulf (Mark Lewis Jones) they conspire to evade the pursuing Norsemen and survive an apocalyptic land ridden with witchcraft, plague and bandits.
Sin embargo, Koert van der Horst propone que el salterio debio llegar a Inglaterra mucho antes, probablemente a principios del siglo X, como parte de la dote de Judit, hija de Carlos el Calvo, con motivo de sus desposorios con el rey Aethelwulf de Wessex, padre del futuro rey Alfredo.
Several other monarchs deserve Salas' attention, though they remain unnamed, for reasons that will be explained later on: Egbert's son, AEthelwulf (Salas 1846: 11), Eadwig, referred to as Edward's (sic) son (Salas 1846: 16), Edgar Peaceable (Salas 1846: 17), Ethelred the Unready (Salas 1846: 18) and Cnut's sons (Salas 1846: 22).
Dad Raymond, an investment fund manager in his 50s, and other daughter Victoria, 16, and son Aethelwulf, 15, have helped to distribute leaflets to voters.
16) Sister to King Alfred (Al rei Edfrid esteit seur 223): in most versions Edith is sister to King Alfred (Bethell 1970a 84): in La Vie seinte Modwenne she is aunt to him and sister of King AEthelwulf (Baker and Bell 87, vv.
He was eventually joined by another Augustinian, an Englishman called Aethelwulf, who was appointed by Henry I as his own confessor at some time before 1122.
14-16, via Havamal, stanzas 96-102, as a political satire on Alfred's father AEthelwulf is especially strained.
AEthelwulf, the early ninth-century author of the poem De Abbatibus, for example, writes of how some Northumbrians were driven to take the tonsure in monasteries during the reign of the tyrannical King Osred (c.
28 AEthelwulf mentions the use of silver as well as of gold to ornament the cell of which he was a member.