Thelred

Some articles on thelred:

Gunhilde
... She was married to Pallig, a Dane who served the King of England, Æthelred the Unready, as ealdorman of Devonshire ... Brice's Day massacre, ordered by Æthelred ... in the massacre or to have provoked the massacre by deserting Æthelred's service ...
Anglo-Saxon London - 10th Century London
... Alfred appointed his son-in-law Earl Æthelred of Mercia, the heir to the destroyed kingdom of Mercia, as Governor of London and established two defended Boroughs to defend the bridge ... After Æthelred's death, London came under the direct control of English kings ... Æthelred the Unready favoured London as his capital and issued his Laws of London from there in 978 ...
Thored
... thought that he enjoyed a good relationship with King Æthelred II ... His daughter Ælfgifu married Æthelred ... much of his reign, disappearing from the sources in 992 after being appointed by Æthelred to lead an expedition against the Vikings ...
Thored - Ealdorman
... O Draped bust of Æthelred II left ... +EADǷOLD MO CÆNT 'LonCross' penny of Æthelred II, moneyer Eadwold, Canterbury, c ... He did attest royal charters during the reign of Æthelred II, the first in 979, six in 983, one in 984, three in 985, one in 988, appearing in such attestations for the last time in 989 ...
Agatha Of Normandy - Background
... In an effort to improve matters, King Æthelred the Unready took Emma of Normandy, sister of Duke Richard II, as his second wife in 1002 ... Danish raids on England continued and Æthelred sought help from Richard, taking refuge in Normandy in 1013 when King Swein I of Denmark drove Æthelred and his family ... Swein's death in 1014 allowed Æthelred to return home, but Swein's son Cnut contested Æthelred's return ...