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" There came to meet him,' says the Saxon Chronicle, ' all the men of Somerset, and the men of Wiltshire, and that portion of the men of Hampshire which was on the side of the sea, and they were joyful at his presence. "
Proceedings - Sivu 77
tekijä(t) Somersetshire Archaeological and Natural History Society - 1902
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The Chronicle of Henry of Huntingdon: Comprising The History of England ...

Henry of Huntingdon - 1853 - 442 sivua
...they settled on the land and apportioned it among them4. The same year the army 1 Saxon Chronicle, " that portion of the men of Hampshire which was on this side of the sea." 2 Iley-mead, near Melksham, Wilts. 3 The word " Vicinga " is used in the Saxon Chronicle, but all the...

The Chronicle of Henry of Huntingdon: Comprising The History of England ...

Henry of Huntingdon - 1853 - 442 sivua
...they settled on the land and apportioned it among them1. The same year the army i Saxon Chronicle, "that portion of the men of Hampshire which was on this side of the sea." 2 Iley-mead, near Melksham, Wilts. 3 The word " Vicinga " is used in the Saxon Chronicle, but all the...

The chronicle of Henry of Huntingdon. Also, The acts of Stephen, king of ...

Henricus (de Huntingdon.) - 1853
...they settled on the land and apportioned it among them *. The same year the army 1 Saxon Chronicle, " that portion of the men of Hampshire which was on this side of the sea." 3 The word " Vicinga" is used in the Saxon Chronicle, but all the translators render it " pirates."...

The Pedigree of the English People: An Argument, Historical and Scientific ...

Thomas Nicholas - 1868 - 606 sivua
...Alfred we all know that those regions now distributed under the county names of Dorset, Wilts, ' " All the men of Somerset and the men of Wiltshire,...men of Hampshire which was on this side of the sea [;>., not in the Isle of Wight], and they were joyful at his' presence." Sax. Chron. ann. 878. Somerset,...

Pedigree of the English People: An Argument on the Formation & Growth of the ...

Thomas Nicholas - 1873 - 567 sivua
...which clearly shows that though the supreme authority might by arrangement under stress of conquest, 1 "All the men of Somerset and the men of Wiltshire,...men of Hampshire which was on this side of the sea [ie not in the Isle of Wight], and they were joyful at his presence." Sax Citron. ann. 878. See also...

The History of England: From the Landing of Caesar to the Reign of ..., Nide 1

Emily Cooper - 1877
...at the eastern extremity of Selwood Forest. ' There came to meet him,' says the Saxon Chronicle, ' all the men of Somerset, and the men of Wiltshire,...that portion of the men of Hampshire which was on the side of the sea, and they were joyful at his presence.' A great battle took place at Edington,...

The history of England from the landing of Cæsar to the reign of ..., Nide 1

Emily Cooper - 1877
...at the eastern extremity of Selwood Forest. ' There came to meet him,' says the Saxon Chronicle, ' all the men of Somerset, and the men of Wiltshire,...that portion of the men of Hampshire which was on the side of the sea, and they were joyful at his presence.' A great battle took place at Edington,...

Alfred the West Saxon: King of English

Dugald Macfadyen - 1901 - 376 sivua
...appointed at Egbert's Stone (now abbreviated into Brixton), on the east side of Selwood forest. There " the men of Somerset and the men of Wiltshire, and...men of Hampshire which was on this side of the sea (te all but the Isle of Wight), gathered in their array to meet the king. Now, when they saw the king...

Proceedings of the Somersetshire Archaeological and Natural History ..., Nide 51

Somersetshire Archaeological and Natural History Society - 1906
...by the eastern side of Selwood ; and there came out to meet him, all the people of Somersetshire and Wiltshire, and that portion of the men of Hampshire which was on this side of the sea, and they rejoiced to see him. Then, within one night, he went from this retreat to Iglea, (Iley Mead, Ecglea)...

The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle: Newly Translated by E. E. C. Gomme

1909 - 315 sivua
...the host. Then in the seventh week after Easter he rode to Egbert's stone to the east of Selwood ; 3 and there came to meet him all the men of Somerset...and the men of Wiltshire and that portion of the men ot Hampshire who were on this side of the sea ; and they were fain of him. And one night he fared from...




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