Aethelstan



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Historical Examples

Having thus become the over-lord of all Britain, Edward died in 925, leaving the throne to his son Aethelstan.
A History of England Charles Oman

At this time a king called Aethelstan had taken the Kingdom of England.
Heimskringla Snorri Sturlason

Guthrum was fain to accept, so he was baptized, and received at Alfred’s hands the new name of Aethelstan.
A History of England Charles Oman

In England we find the “beating of the bounds” observed under Alfred and Aethelstan, whose laws mention it.
Legends of Loudoun Harrison Williams

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