The Conquest of England

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Abbo of Fleury writes the life of St. Eadmund, 326.
Abingdon, Æthelwold made abbot of, 283 and note 2; school at, 283; Northumbrians visit Eadred at, 286, note; Eadwig's benefactions to, 299, note 2; clerks from Glastonbury accompany Æthelwold to, 329, note 2; dealings of its abbots with the burghers of Oxford, 421; Chronicle of, 355, note 1.
Aclea, battle of, 71, 76, 77.
Adela, sister of King Henry of France, marries Baldwin, Count of Flanders, 494, 498; betrothed to Richard III. of Normandy, 502.
Adelard of Ghent, his life of St. Dunstan, 269, note.
Administration, royal, 523; its development under Æthelred, 411-414; under Cunt, 475, note; under Eadward, 475.
Æfic made High Reeve, 378 and note 4; slain by Leofsige, 379 and note 1.
Ælfgar, Ealdorman of Essex, father-in- law of King Eadmund, 250.
Ælfar, son of Leofric, made earl of East Anglia, 511, 517; makes alliance with Gruffydd of North Wales, 544; outlawed, 544; restored, 544; succeeds Leofric in Mercia, 544.
Ælfgar, son of Ælfric, blinded, 363.
Ælgifu, daughter of Æthelgifu, marries Eadwig, 298; parted from him by sentence of Archbishop Odo, 299; seized and carried out of the realm, 301, 302, note 1.
ÆElfgifu, daughter of Æthelred II., marries Earl Uhtred of Northumbria, 383, note.
Ælfheah, St., bishop of Winchester, carries oil the policy of ÆElfric, 362, note; negotiates a truce with Swein and Olaf, 364; negotiates a treaty between Olaf and Æthelred, 365; translated to Canterbury, 385, note 3; his injunctions for the observance of religious duties, 385; seized by Thurkill as hostage for the Danegeld, 392; his martyrdom, 392; his body translated to Canterbury, 415.
Ælfheah, kinsman of Eadwig, 294; made Ealdorman of Central Wessex, 303.
Ælfhelm, Ealdorman of the Northumbrian Provinces, 357, note; made earl of Deira, 358; slain, 382 and note 1; Florence's legendary account of his murder, 382, note.
Ælfhere, kinsman of Eadwig, becomes one of his chief counsellors, 294 and note 2; made Ealdorman of Mercia, 297; his rise traced in the charters, 297, note 3; revolts against Eadwig, 299; his influence with Eadgar, 303; his independence of the crown, 334 and note 1; his title of "Heretoga," 334; heads the anti-monastic party, 337; supports the claim of Eadward to the crown, 338; translates the body of Eadward from Wareham to Shaftesbury, 342; his death, 342.
Ælflæd, daughter of Ælfgar, Ealdorman of Essex, marries his successor, Byrhtnoth, 250.
Ælred, King of Wessex, his birth at Wantage, 94; his visit to Rome in early childhood, 94; authorities for his life, 94, note 3; visits Rome and Gaul with his father, 95; his early love of letters, 95; becomes next heir to the crown by the accession of Æthelred, 96; becomes Secundarius, 82, note 1, 96; his marriage, 96; his sickness, 96; marches with Æthelred against the Danes at Nottingham, 97; leads the van at Ashdown, 98; succeeds Æthelred as king, 99; first King of Wessex who

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