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  • opposition to the villani in Domesday Book, and are chiefly to be found in the Danelaw and in East Anglia. There can hardly be a doubt that previously most of
    163 bytes (443 words) - 17:59, 29 December 2015
  • Danes and the Northmen of Ireland from passing from North Wales into the Danelaw. When the Danes broke the peace in 910, it is probable that Æthelred was
    297 bytes (1,337 words) - 21:09, 12 July 2011
  • England seems to have been drawn closer during Oslac's term of office. The Danelaw was becoming anglicised, and Oslac appears several times as witnessing
    287 bytes (408 words) - 10:17, 22 July 2013
  • See also Danelaw on Wikipedia; and our 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica disclaimer.
    217 bytes (1,113 words) - 18:44, 11 August 2015
  • in the same year Ragnar also submitted to baptism. This revival of the Danelaw did not last long, for in 944 Eadmund drove out both the Norse kings, and
    333 bytes (1,095 words) - 20:42, 8 August 2011
  • Englishmen and partly by Danes. This brought the reconquest of the Mercian Danelaw to a triumphant close, and Eadward now took a step bv which the people
    396 bytes (4,142 words) - 07:04, 4 February 2014
  • the submission of that kingdom to the Northmen, it became part of the Danelaw. In the 10th century Buckinghamshire suffered frequently from the ravages
    294 bytes (3,532 words) - 22:22, 1 March 2015
  • and they are chiefly mentioned in Domesday Book in districts within the Danelaw. As Scandinavian settlements, however, can be traced in counties west of
    298 bytes (5,997 words) - 08:31, 21 October 2015
  • and oras of the Danes were the computation in use in England within the Danelaw until after the Norman Conquest. Although it is not probable that Danish
    295 bytes (5,302 words) - 10:28, 27 March 2014
  • fallen into decay during the Danish wars, and especially those in the Danelaw, and to fill them with monks subject to the strict Benedictine rule. In
    306 bytes (2,530 words) - 20:55, 28 July 2011
  • 9th century. After the treaty of Wedmore the district became part of the Danelaw. On the expulsion of the Danes by Edward in the 10th century it was included
    235 bytes (2,905 words) - 17:08, 1 September 2013
  • group of assistants, called in Devon the “witan,” in the boroughs of the Danelaw by a group of (generally twelve) “lawmen,” in other towns probably by a
    303 bytes (7,174 words) - 15:20, 30 December 2015
  • villages to our own time. They existed apparently here and there within the Danelaw. or among settlers of Scandinavian origin. Thus, Domesday Book tells us
    299 bytes (6,525 words) - 09:26, 1 November 2015
  • border of Buckinghamshire was at one time the western frontier of the Danelaw, which comprised fifteen counties known as Fiftonshire, until after the
    297 bytes (5,619 words) - 08:26, 12 May 2015
  • quasi-imperial position held by the Wessex kings after the reconquest of the Danelaw. But there seems to be no real ground for Freeman's view (Norman Conquest
    80 KB (13,544 words) - 12:15, 24 December 2012
  • another rebellion against their West-Saxon king. "The men of the northern Danelaw found themselves backed not only by their brethren from Ireland, but by
    41 KB (6,368 words) - 20:38, 3 June 2015
  • in every-day English which we owe to the Scandinavian settlers of the Danelaw will be found in the Oxford Icelandic Reader. To Irish scholars the old
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