|Ridyard, The Royal Saints of Anglo-Saxon England, p||Donovan, author; Sir Thomas D|
|And in the winter King Edmund fought with them; but the Danes gained the victory, and slew the king; whereupon they overran all that land, and destroyed all the monasteries to which they came||Show personalized content, depending on your settings• Deliver and measure the effectiveness of ads• Personalized content and ads include things like more relevant results and recommendations, a customized YouTube homepage, and ads that are tailored to your interests|
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|Deliver and maintain services, like tracking outages and protecting against spam, fraud, and abuse• At the same time came they to Medhamsted, burning and breaking, and slaying abbot and monks, and all that they there found||Kendrick, consultant; Horizan Caravel Books, by the editors of Horizan Magazine, Fourth Edition, American Heritage Publishing Co|
|They made such havoc there, that a monastery, which was before full rich, was now reduced to nothing||The same year died Archbishop Ceolnoth; and Ethered, Bishop of Witshire, was chosen Archbishop of Canterbury|
The names of the leaders who slew the king were Hingwar and Hubba.