Edmund 14 (Male) King of the English, 939-946
e/m x

Factoid List

Recorded Name (263)
(1)
 S464   
... Eadmundi (3)
 B.VitDunstani  13
 B.VitDunstani  21
 B.VitDunstani  31
... Eadmundo (1)
 B.VitDunstani  19
ADMVND (1)
 EMC Coin  1034.0477 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
Admund (1)
 S490   
Admundus (4)
 S459   
 S478   
 S485   
 S502   
EADMUND (1)
 EMC Coin  1016.0159 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
EADMUNDUS (1)
 NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 9v.1
EADMVD (1)
 EMC Coin  1034.0492 (N 704 (Bust Crowned [cross crosslet rev.]))
EADMVN (2)
 EMC Coin  1020.0785 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0453 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
EADMVND (132)
 EMC Coin  1034.0356 (N 693.1 (Two-Line (H): HP 2))
 EMC Coin  1034.047 (N 701 (Rosette / Horizontal Rosette))
 EMC Coin  1034.0426 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0403 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0402 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0474 (N 703 (Floral 'a'))
 EMC Coin  1034.0349 (N 690 (Two-Line (H) [var HB 1]))
 EMC Coin  1958.0002 (Edmund (no further details))
 EMC Coin  1034.0406 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0404 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0405 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0469 (N 701 (Rosette / Horizontal Rosette))
 EMC Coin  2008.0234 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1036.0176 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0465 (N 695.2 (Two-Line (H): HR 1 var b))
 EMC Coin  1034.0439 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0475 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0472 (N 699 (Circumscription Cross))
 EMC Coin  1034.0352 (N 689 (Two-Line (H) [var HP 1]))
 EMC Coin  2007.0168 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  2007.0261 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1977.8419 (N 696 (Two-Line (H) halfpenny))
 EMC Coin  1034.0411 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0408 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0407 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.048 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0413 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1988.0159 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0412 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0418 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0416 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0414 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1300.0358 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1048.0896 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0419 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1988.016 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.042 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0421 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0362 (N 693 (Two-Line (H): HC 2))
 EMC Coin  1034.0359 (N 692 (Two-Line (H): HC 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0353 (N 689 (Two-Line (H) [var HP 1]))
 EMC Coin  1034.0363 (N 693 (Two-Line (H): HC 2))
 EMC Coin  1034.0364 (N 695.4 (Two-Line (H): O/HC 2))
 EMC Coin  1034.0422 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0423 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0467 (N 694 (Two-Line (H): HM var e))
 EMC Coin  1034.0468 (N 694 (Two-Line (H): HM var e))
 EMC Coin  1034.0425 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0424 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.043 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1036.0177 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0429 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0427 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0486 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0485 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0428 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  2000.0366 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0487 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0488 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  2006.001 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0476 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  2000.0367 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0308 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0444 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1986.0062 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  1996.0207 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  2007.0191 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.036 (N 692 (Two-Line (H): HC 1))
 EMC Coin  1984.0014 (N 688.1 (Two-Line (H) [var HTP 1]))
 EMC Coin  1034.0354 (N 689 (Two-Line (H) [var HP 1]))
 EMC Coin  1048.0897 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0365 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0368 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0367 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0484 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0482 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0481 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0483 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1986.6317 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0432 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0355 (N 689 (Two-Line (H) [var HP 1]))
 EMC Coin  1034.0466 (N 702 (Two-Line (H)))
 EMC Coin  1034.0437 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0436 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  2007.004 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0479 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  1004.0719 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  1977.0204 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0435 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0433 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0434 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.035 (N 690 (Two-Line (H) [var HB 1]))
 EMC Coin  1034.044 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0463 (N 692.3 (Two-Line (H) [HM var a (HQ 1)]))
 EMC Coin  1034.0491 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.049 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0442 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0443 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0401 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0445 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0446 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0447 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1016.016 (N 704 (Bust Crowned [cross crosslet rev.]))
 EMC Coin  1034.0448 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0451 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.045 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0449 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0452 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0473 (N 700 (Circumscription Cross / Circumscription Rosette))
 EMC Coin  1034.0478 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  2002.0157 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1976.0004 (Edmund (no further details))
 EMC Coin  1034.0438 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0351 (N 690 (Two-Line (H) [var HB 1]))
 EMC Coin  1034.0417 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0431 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0489 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0409 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.041 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0464 (N 692.3 (Two-Line (H) [HM var a (HQ 1)]))
 EMC Coin  1034.0461 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0471 (N 701 (Rosette / Horizontal Rosette))
 EMC Coin  1034.046 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0357 (N 693.1 (Two-Line (H): HP 2))
 EMC Coin  1034.0454 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1036.0178 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0456 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  2001.0647 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0457 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0458 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0459 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1996.0206 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
EADRED (1)
 EMC Coin  1034.0496 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
EARDCVIC (1)
 EMC Coin  1997.0129 (Edmund or Eadred (no further details))
EDMEANDI (1)
 EMC Coin  1034.0455 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
Eadmund (36)
 ASC  937.3 ACD, <937> B, 938 G
 ASC  973.17 AG, <974> B, 974 C
 ASC  940 ACF(OE)D, <940> B, 941 G
 ASC  942.1 ACDG, <942> B
 ASC  944 ACDF(OE)G, <944> B
 ASC  945 ACDF(OE)G, <945> B
 ASC  946 ACG, <946> B
 ASC  955 AF(OE)G
 ASC  973.17 AG, <974> B, 974 C
 ASC (DEF)  940 F(OE)
 ASC (DEF)  943 D
 ASC (DEF)  948 F(OE)
 S386   
 S387   
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 S389   
 S390   
 S415   
 S433   
 S454   
 S455   
 S460   
 S464   
 S465   
 S467   
 S468   
 S470   
 S479   
 S491   
 S500   
 S553   
 Æthelweard.Chron  iv.6
 AnnalsCamb  946 AC
 NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 14r.3.xiii
 S1483   
 Edmund.Laws   
Eadmundus (39)
 ASC  944 F(Lat.)
 ASC  945 F(Lat.)
 ASC  955 F(Lat.)
 ASC (DEF)  938 F(Lat.)
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  10
 S461   
 S463   
 S469   
 S470   
 S471   
 S475   
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 S477   
 S480   
 S482   
 S483   
 S486   
 S487   
 S489   
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 S493   
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 S497   
 S500   
 S501   
 S503   
 S504   
 S508   
 S511   
 S512   
 S514   
 S515   
 Æthelweard.Chron  iv.Cap.
 Æthelweard.Chron  iv.6
 AnnalsCamb  946 B
 S1795   
 S446   
 S1811   
Eadred (1)
 S520   
Eamund (1)
 S488   
Edmund (12)
 S470   
 S472   
 S473   
 S475   
 S479   
 S484   
 S487   
 S500   
 S505   
 S509   
 S553   
 S1418   
Edmundus (12)
 ASC (DEF)  948 F(Lat.)
 S462   
 S466   
 S474   
 S481   
 S489   
 S494   
 S498   
 S499   
 S506   
 S510   
 S513   
Etmonn (1)
 AnnalsUlster  975.1
Otmundus (1)
 Pfäfers.LiberVitae  MS p. 33, Keynes p. 201
[Ead]mund (1)
 ASC (DEF)  938 F(OE)
ÆADMVND (1)
 EMC Coin  2007.0044 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
ÆDMVND (1)
 EMC Coin  1034.0361 (N 692 (Two-Line (H): HC 1))
Ædmund (2)
 ASC (DEF)  940 E
 ASC (DEF)  948 E
Ædmundus (4)
 ASC  940 F(Lat.)
 ASC (DEF)  940 F(Lat.)
 S414   
 S507   
Personal Information (7)
other (5)
 ASC  937.59 ACD, <937> B, 938 G (exulting in battle)
 ASC  940 ACD, <940> B, 941 G (he [sc. Edmund 14] was then 18 years old [sc. when he acceded to the kingdom])
 ASC  942.2 ACDG, <942> B (protector of men [AG: kinsmen])
 ASC  942.3 ACDG, <942> B (beloved performer of great deeds)
 ASC  942.12 ACDG, <942> B (protector of warriors)
psychological (1)
 WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.114 (was a placid and kindly soul.)
saintly status (1)
 S507    ()
Office (548)
Basileus (9)
 S459    (basileus of the English)
 S460    (basileus of the English and also of the surrounding peoples)
 S461    (basileus of the English and also of the surrounding peoples)
 S462    (basileus of the English and also of the surrounding peoples)
 S463    (basileus of the English and also of the surrounding peoples)
 S470    (basileus of the English)
 S480    (basileus of the English)
 S485   
 S508    (basileus of the English and of many surround peoples)
Dux (1)
 S553   
Gubernator (13)
 S493    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S494    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S497    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S498   
 S499    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S500    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S500    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S501    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S504    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoplesv)
 S506    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S507    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S510    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S513    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
King (509)
 B.VitDunstani  13
 B.VitDunstani  14
 B.VitDunstani  19
 B.VitDunstani  21
 B.VitDunstani  31
 B.VitDunstani  33
 ASC  946 ACDG, <946> B
 ASC  940 ACD, <940> B, 941 G
 ASC  942 ACDG, <942> B
 ASC  942.1 ACDG, <942> B (Lord of the English)
 ASC  944 ACDF(Lat.)G, <944> B
 ASC  945 ACDF(OE)G, <945> B
 ASC  946 ACDG, <946> B
 ASC (DEF)  943 D
 ASC (DEF)  946 D, 948 EF(OE and Lat.)
 Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  i.v
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  10
 S459    (king of the English)
 S460    (king of the English)
 S461   
 S461    (king of the English)
 S462    (king of the English)
 S463   
 S463    (king of the English)
 S464   
 S464   
 S464    (king of the English)
 S465    (basileus of the English and also of the surrounding peoples)
 S466    (king of the English)
 S467   
 S467    (king of the English and many surrounding peoples)
 S468   
 S468    (king of the English)
 S469   
 S469    (king of the English)
 S470   
 S470   
 S470    (king of the English)
 S471   
 S471    (king of the English)
 S472    (king of the Anglo-Saxons)
 S473    (king of the Anglo-Saxons)
 S474    (king of the English and of the surrounding peoples)
 S475   
 S475    (king of the English and of the surrounding peoples)
 S476    (king of the English)
 S477   
 S477    (king of the English)
 S478   
 S478    (king of the nation of the English and of the surrounding peoples)
 S479    (king and ruler of the Anglo-Saxons)
 S479   
 S480    (king of the English)
 S481    (king of the English and of the surrounding peoples)
 S482    (king of the English and of the surrounding peoples)
 S483    (king of the English)
 S484   
 S485    (king of the English and of the surrounding peoples)
 S485   
 S485   
 S486   
 S486    (king of the English and of the surrounding peoples)
 S487   
 S487    (king of the English people and also of the surrounding peoples)
 S487    (king of the English)
 S488   
 S488    (king of the English and also of the surrounding peoples)
 S488   
 S489   
 S489    (king of the English and of the surrounding peoples)
 S490   
 S490    (king of the English)
 S491   
 S491    (king of the English people and also of the surrounding peoples)
 S491    (king of the English)
 S492   
 S492   
 S493   
 S493    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S494    (king of the English)
 S495    (king of the English people)
 S496   
 S496   
 S497   
 S497    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S498    (king of the English)
 S499    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S500    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S500    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S501    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S502    (king of the English and also of the surrounding peoples)
 S503   
 S503    (king of the English)
 S504    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S505    (king and primicerius of all Albion)
 S505   
 S506    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S507    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S507   
 S508    (king of the English)
 S509    (king and primicerius of all Albion)
 S510    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S511   
 S511    (basileus of the English)
 S511    (king of all Britain)
 S512    (king of the English and of the surrounding peoples)
 S513    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S514    (king not only of the English but also of the Mercians)
 S514    (king of the English)
 S515   
 S553   
 S520   
 S1418   
 Pfäfers.LiberVitae  MS p. 33, Keynes p. 201
 Æthelweard.Chron  iv.Cap.
 Æthelweard.Chron  iv.Cap.
 Æthelweard.Chron  iv.6
 Æthelweard.Chron  iv.6
 AnnalsCamb  946 ABC (King of the Saxons)
 NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 14r.3.xiii (King of the West Saxons)
 NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 9v.1
 NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 10r.1
 S850   
 S1457   
 S1795   
 S1483   
 Edmund.Laws  I
 Edmund.Laws  II
 Edmund.Laws  III
 Anon.LiberEliensis  I.42
 S1811    (king of the English)
 NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  84
 EMC Coin  1034.0277 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1006.02 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0356 (N 693.1 (Two-Line (H): HP 2))
 EMC Coin  1006.0201 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0278 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1030.0349 (N 692 (Two-Line (H): HC 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.047 (N 701 (Rosette / Horizontal Rosette))
 EMC Coin  1034.0426 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0279 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0282 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0403 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0402 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.028 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0283 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0281 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1009.0353 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1001.0582 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0376 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1006.0211 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0496 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1006.0202 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0474 (N 703 (Floral 'a'))
 EMC Coin  1050.023 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0286 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1021.0999 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0349 (N 690 (Two-Line (H) [var HB 1]))
 EMC Coin  1958.0002 (Edmund (no further details))
 EMC Coin  1034.0406 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1030.0348 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0374 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0375 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0404 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0405 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0469 (N 701 (Rosette / Horizontal Rosette))
 EMC Coin  2008.0234 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1036.0176 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1009.0342 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0284 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0323 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0324 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0465 (N 695.2 (Two-Line (H): HR 1 var b))
 EMC Coin  1034.0378 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0439 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1006.0217 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1016.0159 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1042.0779 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0379 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0492 (N 704 (Bust Crowned [cross crosslet rev.]))
 EMC Coin  2001.1188 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0347 (N 696 (Two-Line (H) halfpenny))
 EMC Coin  1006.0203 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0475 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0472 (N 699 (Circumscription Cross))
 EMC Coin  2000.0376 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.038 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0381 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1006.0205 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0289 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0352 (N 689 (Two-Line (H) [var HP 1]))
 EMC Coin  2007.0168 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  2007.0261 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1009.0343 (N 695.3 (Two-Line (H): O/HT 2))
 EMC Coin  1034.0295 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0291 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.029 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1977.8419 (N 696 (Two-Line (H) halfpenny))
 EMC Coin  1034.0294 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  2007.0044 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1050.0231 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0296 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1004.0722 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1006.0204 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0292 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0297 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0411 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1006.0206 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0293 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1002.0647 (N 704 (Bust Crowned [cross crosslet rev.]))
 EMC Coin  1034.0408 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0407 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.048 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0298 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0413 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1988.0159 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0412 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1042.078 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0299 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0358 (N 692 (Two-Line (H): HC 1))
 EMC Coin  1007.0309 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0418 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0416 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1006.0212 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1005.0049 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1042.0781 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0385 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0414 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1300.0358 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1048.0896 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0387 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0386 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.03 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0301 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0388 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0419 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1996.0208 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  1020.0786 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  1050.0233 (N 692.3 (Two-Line (H) [HM var a (HQ 1)]))
 EMC Coin  1988.016 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.042 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0421 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1001.0583 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1017.0148 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0362 (N 693 (Two-Line (H): HC 2))
 EMC Coin  1034.0359 (N 692 (Two-Line (H): HC 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0353 (N 689 (Two-Line (H) [var HP 1]))
 EMC Coin  1034.0363 (N 693 (Two-Line (H): HC 2))
 EMC Coin  1034.0364 (N 695.4 (Two-Line (H): O/HC 2))
 EMC Coin  1029.0459 (N 693 (Two-Line (H): HC 2))
 EMC Coin  1029.0458 (N 688.1 (Two-Line (H) [var HTP 1]))
 EMC Coin  1034.0422 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0423 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0467 (N 694 (Two-Line (H): HM var e))
 EMC Coin  1034.0468 (N 694 (Two-Line (H): HM var e))
 EMC Coin  1034.0302 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1009.0344 (N 692 (Two-Line (H): HC 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0425 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0424 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.043 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1036.0177 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0429 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1004.0725 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0427 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1017.0149 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1021.1 (N 694.1 (Two-Line (H): HM var d))
 EMC Coin  1034.0304 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0303 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0486 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0485 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1002.0648 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0305 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1006.0207 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0428 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1009.0345 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0389 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1001.0584 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1004.0724 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1997.0129 (Edmund or Eadred (no further details))
 EMC Coin  2000.0366 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1050.0239 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0487 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0488 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1001.0588 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1004.072 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1030.035 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1020.0785 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1004.0723 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.039 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0391 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1002.0649 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  2006.001 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0476 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0306 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  2000.0367 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0393 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0392 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0382 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1001.0585 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0307 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0308 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0309 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1006.0214 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.031 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1002.0646 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1030.0346 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0311 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0444 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1986.0062 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  1996.0207 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  2007.0191 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  2008.0318 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  1004.0717 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  1004.0718 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  1029.0461 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.036 (N 692 (Two-Line (H): HC 1))
 EMC Coin  1984.0014 (N 688.1 (Two-Line (H) [var HTP 1]))
 EMC Coin  1034.0354 (N 689 (Two-Line (H) [var HP 1]))
 EMC Coin  1002.064 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1050.0236 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0313 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0314 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0312 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1009.0347 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1009.0346 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1021.1002 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1021.1001 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1024.0939 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1004.0727 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1048.0897 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0372 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0365 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0373 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0371 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.037 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0369 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0368 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0367 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0366 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1001.0586 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1006.0199 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1004.0726 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1029.0464 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1029.0463 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1029.0462 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1050.0235 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1002.0641 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1050.0234 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1029.046 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0384 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0383 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0484 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0482 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0481 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0483 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1009.0358 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0315 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1986.6317 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0318 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1004.0729 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0316 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1009.0348 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1004.0728 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0394 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0432 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1026.1117 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0355 (N 689 (Two-Line (H) [var HP 1]))
 EMC Coin  1034.0466 (N 702 (Two-Line (H)))
 EMC Coin  1034.0437 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0436 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0398 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0397 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0395 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0322 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.032 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0396 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1009.0349 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1002.0642 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1006.0208 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1027.1629 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1027.1631 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1027.1628 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1027.163 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1027.1632 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1027.1633 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1030.0347 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  2007.004 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0479 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  1004.0719 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  1026.1118 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  1977.0204 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0435 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0433 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0434 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0321 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1006.0216 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1006.0215 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0399 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.035 (N 690 (Two-Line (H) [var HB 1]))
 EMC Coin  1034.044 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0441 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1006.022 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0327 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0326 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0325 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0329 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0328 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.033 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0463 (N 692.3 (Two-Line (H) [HM var a (HQ 1)]))
 EMC Coin  1006.0209 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.04 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  2001.0932 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1009.0356 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  1009.0357 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.04001 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0491 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.049 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  2009.0167 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0442 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0443 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0401 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1009.0354 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0331 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1029.0465 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0333 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0332 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0445 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0334 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0335 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0336 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0348 (N 693 (Two-Line (H): HC 2))
 EMC Coin  1985.0055 (N 691 or N 707 (uncertain fragment))
 EMC Coin  1034.0446 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0447 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1002.0643 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0338 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1016.016 (N 704 (Bust Crowned [cross crosslet rev.]))
 EMC Coin  1048.0898 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0448 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0451 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.045 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0449 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1021.17 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1021.1003 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0452 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1006.0218 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1004.073 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1002.0644 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0473 (N 700 (Circumscription Cross / Circumscription Rosette))
 EMC Coin  1034.0478 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0477 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 EMC Coin  2002.0157 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  2001.1201 (Edmund (no further details))
 EMC Coin  1958.0006 (Edmund (no further details))
 EMC Coin  1976.0004 (Edmund (no further details))
 EMC Coin  1984.0013 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0438 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0351 (N 690 (Two-Line (H) [var HB 1]))
 EMC Coin  1034.0417 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0431 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0489 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 EMC Coin  1034.0319 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0377 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0409 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0361 (N 692 (Two-Line (H): HC 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.041 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0453 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0285 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0464 (N 692.3 (Two-Line (H) [HM var a (HQ 1)]))
 EMC Coin  1034.0461 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0462 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1006.0221 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 EMC Coin  1006.0219 (N 704 (Bust Crowned [cross crosslet rev.]))
 EMC Coin  1021.1701 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0471 (N 701 (Rosette / Horizontal Rosette))
 EMC Coin  1034.0342 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 EMC Coin  1034.0341 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
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Primicerius (2)
 S505    (king and primicerius of all Albion)
 S509    (king and primicerius of all Albion)
Rector (14)
 S479    (king and ruler of the Anglo-Saxons)
 S483   
 S493    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S494    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S497    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S499    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S500    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S500    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S501    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S504    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S506    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S507    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S510    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
 S513    (king of the English and gubernator and rector of the surrounding peoples)
Status (7)
Clito (3)
 S433   
 S455   
 S387   
Lord (1)
 ASC  942.1 ACDG, <942> B
Ætheling (3)
 ASC  937.3 ACD, <937> B, 938 G
 ASC  937.58 ACD, <937> B, 938 G
 ASC  940 ACD, <940> B, 941 G
Personal Relationship (123)
Edmund 14 Brother (Consanguineal kinship) of ~ (14)
 of Æthelstan 18: ASC  937.2 ACD, <937> B, 938 G
 of Æthelstan 18: ASC  937.57 ACD, <937> B, 938 G
 of Æthelstan 18: ASC (DEF)  938 F(OE and Lat.)
 of Æthelstan 18: ASC (DEF)  940 EF(OE and Lat.)
 of Æthelstan 18: Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  10
 of Æthelstan 18: S414   
 of Æthelstan 18: S415  931
 of Æthelstan 18: S470   
 of Eadred 16: S553   
 of Eadred 16: S446   
 of Æthelstan 18: Anon.LiberEliensis  I.42
 of Æthelstan 18: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.114
 of Æthelstan 18: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  27
 of Æthelstan 18: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  84
~ Brother (Consanguineal kinship) of Edmund 14 (43)
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: B.VitDunstani  19
 Æthelstan 18: of Edmund 14: ASC  937.57 ACD, <937> B, 938 G
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: ASC  946 ACDG, <946> B, 948 EF(OE and Lat.)
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  10
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S459   
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S461  940
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S463  940
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S464  940
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S465  940
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S466  940
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S467  940
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S468  940
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S469  940
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S470   
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S475   
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S477   
 Æthelstan 18: of Edmund 14: S477   
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S478   
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S480  941
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S481   
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S483  942
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S485  942
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S487   
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S488   
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S489   
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S491   
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S494   
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S495   
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S496   
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S499   
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S501   
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S506   
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S511   
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S512   
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S514   
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S520   
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: Æthelweard.Chron  iv.7
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 10r.1
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: S446   
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: Anon.LiberEliensis  I.42
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.17.1
 Æthelstan 18: of Edmund 14: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.251.1
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.251.1
~ Concubine (General relationship) of Edmund 14 (1)
 Ælfgifu 3: of Edmund 14: S514   
~ Enemy (General relationship) of Edmund 14 (2)
 Anonymi 1525: of Edmund 14: ASC  937.10 ACD, <937> B, 938 G
 Anonymi 1526: of Edmund 14: ASC  937.10 ACD, <937> B, 938 G
Edmund 14 Father (Consanguineal kinship) of ~ (2)
 of Edgar 11: S1795   
 of Edgar 11: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.91.9
~ Father (Consanguineal kinship) of Edmund 14 (1)
 Edward 2: of Edmund 14: S499   
Edmund 14 Friend (General relationship) of ~ (1)
 of Winchester, New Minster 1: NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 14r.3.xi
~ Friend (General relationship) of Edmund 14 (2)
 Eadric 8: of Edmund 14: S478  941
 Oda 1: of Eadred 16: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.15.1
Edmund 14 Grandfather (Consanguineal kinship) of ~ (1)
 of Æthelred 32: S850   
~ Kinswoman (Consanguineal kinship) of Edmund 14 (1)
 Ælfhild 2: of Edmund 14: S460   
~ Mother (Consanguineal kinship) of Edmund 14 (22)
 Eadgifu 4: of Edmund 14: S465  940
 Eadgifu 4: of Edmund 14: S470   
 Eadgifu 4: of Edmund 14: S475  941
 Eadgifu 4: of Edmund 14: S481   
 Eadgifu 4: of Edmund 14: S483  942
 Eadgifu 4: of Edmund 14: S485  942
 Eadgifu 4: of Edmund 14: S487  943
 Eadgifu 4: of Edmund 14: S488   
 Eadgifu 4: of Edmund 14: S489   
 Eadgifu 4: of Edmund 14: S491   
 Eadgifu 4: of Edmund 14: S493   
 Eadgifu 4: of Edmund 14: S494   
 Eadgifu 4: of Edmund 14: S495   
 Eadgifu 4: of Edmund 14: S496   
 Eadgifu 4: of Edmund 14: S497   
 Eadgifu 4: of Edmund 14: S499   
 Eadgifu 4: of Edmund 14: S501   
 Eadgifu 4: of Edmund 14: S505   
 Eadgifu 4: of Edmund 14: S506   
 Eadgifu 4: of Edmund 14: S512   
 Eadgifu 4: of Edmund 14: S514   
 Eadgifu 4: of Edmund 14: S1212   
Edmund 14 Predecessor (General relationship) of ~ (1)
 of Cnut 3: S966   
~ Propinquus (Consanguineal kinship) of Edmund 14 (1)
 Ælfswith 3: of Edmund 14: S462  940
Edmund 14 Protector (General relationship) of ~ (1)
 of Winchester, New Minster 1: NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 14r.3.xi
Edmund 14 Son (Consanguineal kinship) of ~ (2)
 of Edward 2: ASC  937.7 ACD, <937> B, 938 G
 of Edward 2: ASC  942.13 ACDG, <942> B
~ Son (Consanguineal kinship) of Edmund 14 (14)
 Eadwig 4: of Edmund 14: B.VitDunstani  21
 Eadwig 4: of Edmund 14: ASC  955 AEF(OE and Lat.)G
 Edgar 11: of Edmund 14: ASC  973.17 AG, <974> B, 974 C
 Edgar 11: of Edmund 14: ASC (DEF)  975 DE
 Edgar 11: of Edmund 14: Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  13
 Eadwig 4: of Edmund 14: S477   
 Edgar 11: of Edmund 14: AnnalsUlster  975.1
 Edgar 11: of Edmund 14: Æthelweard.Chron  iv.9
 Eadwig 4: of Edmund 14: NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 10r.1
 Edgar 11: of Edmund 14: Anon.LiberEliensis  I.42
 Eadwig 4: of Edmund 14: Anon.LiberEliensis  I.42
 Eadwig 4: of Edmund 14: Anon.LiberEliensis  I.50
 Eadwig 4: of Edmund 14: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.17.1
 Eadwig 4: of Edmund 14: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  85
Edmund 14 Successor (General relationship) of ~ (6)
 of Æthelstan 18: ASC (DEF)  940 EF(OE and Lat.)
 of Æthelstan 18: Æthelweard.Chron  iv.6
 of Æthelstan 18: Anon.LiberEliensis  I.42
 of Æthelstan 18: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.251.1
 of Æthelstan 18: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  28
 of Æthelstan 18: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  84
~ Successor (General relationship) of Edmund 14 (3)
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: Æthelweard.Chron  iv.7
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: Anon.LiberEliensis  I.42
 Eadred 16: of Edmund 14: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.251.1
~ Wife (Affinal kinship) of Edmund 14 (5)
 Æthelflæd 14: of Edmund 14: S513   
 Æthelflæd 14: of Edmund 14: S513   
 Ælfgifu 3: of Edmund 14: Æthelweard.Chron  iv.6
 Æthelflæd 14: of Edmund 14: S1795   
 Ælfgifu 3: of Edmund 14: Anon.LiberEliensis  I.42
Event (275)
Advice/counsel (4)
 Edmund 14.law making II: I, King Edmund 14, inform all the people, both high and low, who are under my authority, that I have been considering, with the advice of my councillors both ecclesiastical and lay, first of all how I could best promote Christianity.: Edmund.Laws   
 Ine 1.founding of a monastery at Glastonbury: King Ine 1 built a monastery in Glastonbury on the advice of the blessed Aldhelm 3. During the reign of King Alfred 8 the monastery was destroyed by the Danes, but noble restored by Dunstan 1 thanks to King Edmund 14's generosity. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.91.1-2
 Æthelred 32.law making VIII: In the year 1014 after the incarnation of our Lord Jesus Christ. This is one of the ordinances which the English king drew up with the advice of his councillors. But let us do what the secular authorities of old wisely decreed - Æthelstan 18 and Edmund 14 and Edgar 11, who came last - how they honoured God and kept his law and rendered tribute to him, as long as they lived.: Æthelred.Laws    (1014)
 Æthelstan 18.campaign against Scotland: Æthelstan 18 was leading a great army from the south to the northern region [of Britain], taking it to Scotland. He fraternally instructed his brother Edmund 14, if anything sinister should befall him on his expedition to return his body to St Cuthbert's. After this he departed, fought happily, returned successfully, ruled wisely for many years afterwards [and] at last died happily.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  26-27
Allegiance (1)
 Edmund 14.law making III: These are the provisions for the preservation of public peace and the swearing of allegiance which have been instituted at Colyton by King Edmund 14 and his bishops, together with his councillors.: Edmund.Laws   
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of abbot (1)
 Edmund 14-Dunstan 1.reconciliation: Edmund 14 summoned Dunstan 1 and told him to get a horse ready to follow the king. They went to Glastonbury and prayed there together in the church. Edmund 14 wiped floods of tears from his eyes, grasped Dunstan 1's hand, kissed it and made him abbot of Glastonbury.: B.VitDunstani  14
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of archbishop (1)
 Edmund 14.archiepiscopal election of Oda 1: With the consent of Anonymi 1664, Edmund 14 appointed Oda 1 as archbishop of Canterbury.: Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  i.5
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of king (1)
 Edmund 14.accession to kingdom: Edmund 14 acceded to the kingdom.: ASC (DEF)  940 EF(OE and Lat.) (940)
Army-raising (1)
 Edmund 14.campaign against Scotland: When Æthelstan 18 died his brother Edmund 14 succeeded the kingdom, again gathered a great army and hastened to Scotland.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  28
Ascetic practices/fasting/resisting temptation (1)
 Dunstan 1.vision of evil spirit: While Dunstan 1 was accompanying Edmund 14 on a round of his properties, Dunstan 1 saw the Devil running about among the king's trumpeters. He was riding next to Æthelstan 37, who could not see the evil spirit. Dunstan 1 told him to sign his eyes with the sign of the cross. Immediately after Æthelstan 37 saw the enemy of God leaping around.: B.VitDunstani  31
Assembly (2)
 Edmund 14.law making I: King Edmund 14 has convened at London, during the holy season of Easter, a great assembly both of the ecclesiastical and secular estates. Archbishop Oda 1 and Archbishop Wulfstan 14 and many other bishops have there been taking counsel for the welfare of their own souls and the souls of those who have been placed under their charge.: Edmund.Laws   
 Edmund 14.summoning Dunstan 1: Edmund 14 ordered Dunstan 1 to appear before him, intending that he should be numbered among the chosen royal magnates at his court. Dunstan 1 obeyed and lived long with the great in the royal palace, despite difficulties.: B.VitDunstani  13
Assistance (1)
 Edmund 14.expulsion of Dunstan 1 from court: Anonymi 1470, envious of Dunstan 1, tried to influence as many as they could to join in persecuting him. They tainted even Edmund 14 and got him to believe their lies. Whilst the court was at Cheddar, Dunstan 1 was banned. An embassy form the eastern kingdom (Anonymi 1471) was present at court and Dunstan 1 went to them asking for help. They sympathised with him and promised he should have everything their kingdom had to offer.: B.VitDunstani  13
Baptism (2)
 Edmund 14.reception of Olaf 4 at baptism: [BC: Here Edmund 14] received Olaf 4 at baptism.: ASC  942 ACG, <942> B
 Edmund 14.reception of Ragnald 2 at hands of bishop (Anonymous 583): He [sc. Edmund 14] received Ragnald 2 at the hands of the bishop (Anonymous 583).: ASC  942 ACG, <942> B
Battle (2)
 Æthelstan 18-Edmund 14-Anonymi 1553.killing of Anonymi 1554: Æthelstan 18 and Edmund 14 gained the victory at Brunanburh.: ASC (DEF)  937 E, 938 F(OE and Lat.) (937)
 Æthelstan 18-Edmund 14.battle of Brunanburh: Æthelstan 18 and Edmund 14 and their forces (Anonymi 1528 and Anonymi 1529) won a battle at Brunanburh against Olaf 3 and Constantine 2 and their forces (Anonymi 1525 and Anonymi 1526).: ASC  937.1-73 ACD, <937> B, 938 G(pp. 84-7) (937)
Bequeathing/will-making (3)
 Various.Ælfgar 9 bequeathing land S1483: Will of Ælfgar 9, including bequests of land at Cockfield, Suffolk; Fen Ditton, Cambs.; Lavenham, Suffolk; Baythorne, Essex; Monks Eleigh, Suffolk; Colne, Tey, Peldon, (West) Mersea, Greenstead, Tidwoldingstone (Heybridge near Maldon) and Totham, Essex; Ashfield and Rushbrook, Suffolk; the beneficiaries including St Edmunds, Bedericesworth; the community at Stoke (probably Stoke-by-Nayland, Suffolk); St Mary's, Barking; Christ Church, Canterbury; and St Paul's, London.: S1483    (946 x 951)
 Æthelflæd 14.S1494 bequeathing land to Canterbury, Christ Church 1: Æthelflæd 14 to Canterbury, Christ Church 1; bequest of land at Hamme: S1494    (962 x 991)
 Æthelflæd 14.bequeathing land to Glastonbury 1 S1494: Æthelflæd 14 to Glastonbury 1; bequest of land at Damerham, Hants.: S1494    (962 x 991)
Book circulating/making/reading/translating/writing (1)
 Edmund 14.translating relics of famous saints to Glastonbury: Many of the early English saints were discovered by King Edmund 14 on his northern expedition, disinterred, and sent to Glastonbury, among them: Hild 1, abbess of the monastery once called Streneshalh and now Whitby - Bede 1 in his History rated her highly; also Ceolfrith 1, abbot of Monkwearmoth, to whom the same Bede 1 devoted a special book. He died at Langres, on extremely old age, while on his way to Rome, but later brought back. Also some of the bones of Aidan 1, first bishop of Lindisfarne. His other bones were taken by Colmán 1 to Scottia; Bede 1 is again our authority. Praise is given at Glastonbury to the confessor Benignus 1, a local hermit, whose remarkable miracles inspired the monks nearby to venerate and translate him. In the house [of Glastonbury] are buried King Edmund 14, the renewer of the place, and his son King Edgar 11, who, remembering his father with gratitude, crowned his gifts with the grant of expensive properties.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.91.8-9
Building construction/restoration (1)
 Ine 1.founding of a monastery at Glastonbury: King Ine 1 built a monastery in Glastonbury on the advice of the blessed Aldhelm 3. During the reign of King Alfred 8 the monastery was destroyed by the Danes, but noble restored by Dunstan 1 thanks to King Edmund 14's generosity. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.91.1-2
Burial (2)
 Edmund 14.burial: King Edmund 14 was buried at Glastonbury by Abbot Dunstan 1.: Anon.LiberEliensis  I.42 (946)
 Edmund 14.translating relics of famous saints to Glastonbury: Many of the early English saints were discovered by King Edmund 14 on his northern expedition, disinterred, and sent to Glastonbury, among them: Hild 1, abbess of the monastery once called Streneshalh and now Whitby - Bede 1 in his History rated her highly; also Ceolfrith 1, abbot of Monkwearmoth, to whom the same Bede 1 devoted a special book. He died at Langres, on extremely old age, while on his way to Rome, but later brought back. Also some of the bones of Aidan 1, first bishop of Lindisfarne. His other bones were taken by Colmán 1 to Scottia; Bede 1 is again our authority. Praise is given at Glastonbury to the confessor Benignus 1, a local hermit, whose remarkable miracles inspired the monks nearby to venerate and translate him. In the house [of Glastonbury] are buried King Edmund 14, the renewer of the place, and his son King Edgar 11, who, remembering his father with gratitude, crowned his gifts with the grant of expensive properties.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.91.8-9
Campaigning (3)
 Edmund 14-Olaf 3.peace: In 939 king Olaf 3 first came to York, and then, marching south, besieged Northampton. But accomplishing nothing there, he turned his army to Tamworth and ravaged everything round about it. When he reached Leicester on his return, king Edmund 14 met him with an army. There was no severe fighting, for the two archbishops, Oda 3 and Wulfstan 14, reconciled the kings to one another and put an end to the battle. When peace had thus been made, the Watling Street was the boundary of each kingdom. Edmund 14 held the part to the south, Olaf 3 kingdom to the north.: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  84 (939)
 Edmund 14.campaign against Scotland: When Æthelstan 18 died his brother Edmund 14 succeeded the kingdom, again gathered a great army and hastened to Scotland.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  28
 Æthelstan 18.campaign against Scotland: Æthelstan 18 was leading a great army from the south to the northern region [of Britain], taking it to Scotland. He fraternally instructed his brother Edmund 14, if anything sinister should befall him on his expedition to return his body to St Cuthbert's. After this he departed, fought happily, returned successfully, ruled wisely for many years afterwards [and] at last died happily.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  26-27
Charter confirmation (2)
 Edmund 14.S469 renewing landbook for Ordwald 1: King Edmund 14 to Ordwald 1, minister; renewal of lost landbook for 10 hides (mansae) at Wylye, Wilts., held by Ordwald 1's father, Ordlaf 1: S469    (940)
 S469 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ordwald 1: King Edmund 14 to Ordwald 1, minister; renewal of lost landbook for 10 hides (mansae) at Wylye, Wilts., held by Ordwald 1's father, Ordlaf 1.: S469    (940)
Charter-witnessing (70)
 S1811 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wulfheah 16: King Edmund 14 to (Wulfheah 16); grant of land at Langford, Wilts..: S1811    (943)
 S386 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Exeter, SS Mary & Peter: King Æthelstan 18 to the minster of Exeter, SS Mary & Peter; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Culmstock, Devon: S386    (924 x 939)
 S387 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Exeter, SS Mary & Peter: King Æthelstan 18 to the minster of Exeter, SS Mary & Peter; grant of 1 hide (mansa) at Monkton (lost) in Wyke in Shobrooke and Thorverton, Devon: S387    (924 x 939)
 S388 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to St Petroc’s: King Æthelstan 18 to St Petroc's minster; grant of 1 hide (cassatus) at Newton St Petroc, Devon: S388    (924 x 939)
 S389 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Exeter, St Mary’s: King Æthelstan 18 to the minster of Exeter, St Mary's; grant of 6 perticae at Stoke Canon, Devon: S389    (924 x 939)
 S390 - Æthelstan 26 granting land to Exeter, SS Mary & Peter: King Æthelstan 26 to the monastery of Exeter, SS Mary & Peter; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Stoke (Stoke Canon, Devon): S390    (924 x 939)
 S414 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Bath, St Peter’s: King Æthelstan 18 to the familia of Bath, St Peter's; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Priston, Somerset, and 5 at Cold Ashton, Gloucs., forfeited by Alfred 33 for conspiracy: S414    (931)
 S415 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Malmesbury 1: King Æthelstan 18 to the familia and church of Malmesbury 1; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Norton, Wilts.; 5 at Sumerford (? Little Somerford, Wilts.); and 5 at Ewen, Gloucs., forfeited by Alfred 33 for conspiracy: S415    (931)
 S433 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Exeter, St Mary’s: King Æthelstan 18 to the minster of Exeter, St Mary's; grant of 1 hide (mansa) at Topsham, Devon: S433    (924 x 939)
 S433 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Exeter, St Peter’s: King Æthelstan 18 to the minster of Exeter, St Peter's at Topsham, Devon: S433    (937)
 S446 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Eadburg 8: King Æthelstan 18 to Eadburg 8, his sister; grant of 17 hides (mansae) at Droxford, Hants.: S446    (939)
 S454 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to the burgesses of Zacharias 1: King Æthelstan 18 to the burgesses of Zacharias 1; grant of privileges and 5 hides near Norton, Wilts.: S454    (924 x 939)
 S455 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Muchelney: King Æthelstan 18 to Muchelney Abbey and the brethren there; grant of land at Curry Rivel, 5 hides (mansae) at Stowey in Fivehead, Somerset, and 1 hide held by a layman, Muda 1. The grant is entered in a gospel-book: S455    (934 x 939)
 S459 - Edmund 14 granting land to Eadwulf 33: King Edmund 14 to Eadwulf 33; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Liddington, Wilts.: S459    (940)
 S460 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfhild 2: King Edmund 14 to Ælfhild 2, his kinswoman; grant of 15 hides (mansae) at Culham, Oxon.: S460    (940)
 S461 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfsige 25: King Edmund 14 to Ælfsige 25, minister; grant of 30 hides (mansae) at Waltham, Berks.: S461    (940)
 S462 - Edmund 14 witnessing Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfswith 3: King Edmund 14 to Elswithe [Ælfswith 3], his kinsman and faithful minister; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Batcombe, Somerset: S462    (940)
 S463 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelgeard 2: King Edmund 14 to Æthelgeard 2, minister; grant of 12 hides (mansae) at Exton, Hants.: S463    (940)
 S464 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelswith 4: King Edmund 14 to Æthelswith 4, a nun; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Oswaldingtune (near Ashford, Kent): S464    (940)
 S465 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelthryth 8: King Edmund 14 to Æthelthryth 8, a nun; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Poolhampton in Overton, Hants.: S465    (940)
 S466 - Edmund 14 granting land to Dunstan 1: King Edmund 14 to Dunstan 1, his faithful abbot; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Christian Malford, Wilts.: S466    (940)
 S467 - Edmund 14 granting land to Eadric 8: King Edmund 14 to Eadric 8, minister; lease, for four lives, of 4 hides (mansae) at Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucs.: S467    (940)
 S468 - Edmund 14 granting land to Garulf 3: King Edmund 14 to Garulf 3, minister; grant of 9 hides (mansae) at Swallowcliffe, Wilts.: S468    (940)
 S469 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ordwald 1: King Edmund 14 to Ordwald 1, minister; renewal of lost landbook for 10 hides (mansae) at Wylye, Wilts., held by Ordwald 1's father, Ordlaf 1.: S469    (940)
 S470 - Edmund 14 granting land to Winchester, New Minster: King Edmund 14 to Winchester, New Minster; grant of 30 hides (mansae) at Pewsey, Wilts.: S470    (940)
 S471 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wulfric 22: King Edmund 14 to Wulfric 22, minister; grant of 15 hides (mansae) at Garford, Berks.: S471    (943)
 S472 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wulfric 23: King Edmund 14 to Wulfric 23, his minister; grant of 25 hides (manentes) at Grittleton, Wilts.: S472    (940)
 S473 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wulfric 23: King Edmund 14 to Wulfric 23; grant of 30 hides (mansiunculae) at Langley, Wilts.: S473    (940)
 S474 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfflæd 12: King Edmund 14 to Ælfflæd 12, a religious woman; grant of 15 hides (mansae) at Buckland (Newton) and Plush, Dorset: S474    (941)
 S475 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfheah 21: King Edmund 14 to Ælfheah 21, minister; grant of 16 hides (mansae) at Pitminster, Somerset: S475    (941)
 S476 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelnoth 23: King Edmund 14 to Æthelnoth 23, minister; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Corston, Somerset: S476    (941)
 S477 - Edmund 14, Eadred 16, Eadwig 4 restoring land to Canterbury, Christ Church: King Edmund 14, with Eadred 16 his brother and Eadwig 4 his son, to Canterbury, Christ Church; restoration of land at Twickenham, Middx; Preston near Faversham, Wingham, Swarling, Bossington, Graveney and Ulcombe, Kent: S477    (941)
 S478 - Edmund 14 granting land to Eadric 8: King Edmund 14 to Eadric 8, his vassallus; grant of 2 hides (mansae) at Beechingstoke, Wilts.: S478    (941)
 S479 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wulfsige 25: King Edmund 14 to Wulfsige 25 the Black; grant of 40 hides at Alrewas, Bromley (cf. Kings and Abbots Bromley), Barton, Tatenhill, Branston, Stretton, Rolleston, Clifton and Haunton, Staffs.: S479    (942)
 S480 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelstan 26: King Edmund 14 to Æthelstan 26, comes; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Ærmundeslea and a vill at Appleton, Berks.: S480    (942)
 S481 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelstan 26: King Edmund 14 to Æthelstan 26, his faithful comes; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Mells, Somerset: S481    (942)
 S482 - Edmund 14 granting land to Sæthryth 3: King Edmund 14 to Sæthryth 3, a nun; grant of 11 hides (mansae) at Winkfield [and at Swinley], Berks.: S482    (942)
 S483 - Edmund 14 granting land to Theodred 3: King Edmund 14 to Theodred 3, bishop of London; grant of land at Southery, Norfolk: S483    (942)
 S484 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wulfsige 25 the Black: King Edmund 14 to Wulfsige 25 the Black; grant of land at Walton-on-Trent, Coton in the Elms, Cauldwell, Drakelow, Derbys.; Newbold in Barton-under-Needwood, Staffs.; and Linton, Derbys.: S484    (942)
 S485 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wynnflæd 2: King Edmund 14 to Wynnflæd 2, a nun; restoration and confirmation of 7 hides (mansae) at Cheselbourne, Dorset, and grant of a further 8 hides there: S485    (942)
 S486 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfsige 28: King Edmund 14 to Ælfsige 28, minister; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Moredon in Rodbourne Cheney, Wilts.: S486    (943)
 S487 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfswith 4: King Edmund 14 to Ælfswith 4, a religious woman; grant of 15 hides (mansae) at Burghclere, Hants.: S487    (943)
 S488 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelgeard 2: King Edmund 14 to Æthelgeard 2, minister; grant of 7 hides (mansae) at Tisted, Hants.: S488    (943)
 S489 - Edmund 14 granting land to Eadgifu 4: King Edmund 14 to his mother [Eadgifu 4]; grant of 10 sulungs at North Mynstre, Thanet, Kent: S489    (943)
 S490 - Edmund 14 granting land to Eadric 8: King Edmund 14 to Eadric 8, comes; grant of 11 hides (mansae) at Mapperton in Almer, Dorset: S490    (943)
 S491 - Edmund 14 granting land to Eadric 8: King Edmund 14 to Eadric 8, minister; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Leckhampstead, and a mill on the river Lambourn, Berks.: S491    (943)
 S492 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wulfgar 11: King Edmund 14 to Wulfgar 11, minister; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at South Newton, Wilts., with meadow at Weolces clife, and 3 hides at Frustfield (lost), Wilts.: S492    (943)
 S493 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfgyth 3: King Edmund 14 to Ælfgyth 3, a nun; grant of 3 hides (mansae) at Rollington (lost) in Bulbridge, near Wilton, Wilts.: S493    (944)
 S494 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfheah 22: King Edmund 14 to Ælfheah 22, minister; grant of 6 hides (mansae) at Lyford, Berks.: S494    (944)
 S495 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfric 31: King Edmund 14 to Ælfric 31, bishop (of Ramsbury or Hereford); grant of 30 hides (mansae) at Badby, Dodford and Everdon, Northants.: S495    (944)
 S496 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfric 46: King Edmund 14 to Ælfric 46, bishop (of Ramsbury); grant of 100 hides (mansae) at Blewbury, Berks.: S496    (942 x 944)
 S497 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfstan 32: King Edmund 14 to Ælfstan 32, minister; grant of 12 hides (mansae) or sulungs at Ealdingtune (? Monkton) in Thanet, Kent: S497    (944)
 S498 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelstan 26: King Edmund 14 to Æthelstan 26, his faithful comes; grant of 2 hides (mansae) at Brampford Speke, Devon, in return for 80 mancuses of gold: S498    (944)
 S499 - Edmund 14 granting land to Dunstan 1 & Glastonbury, St Mary’s: King Edmund 14 to the church of Glastonbury, St Mary's, and to Abbot Dunstan 1; grant and confirmation of privileges: S499    (944)
 S501 - Edmund 14 granting land to Sigeric 7: King Edmund 14 to Sigeric 7, his minister; grant of 2 sulungs (aratra) at Sibertswold, Kent: S501    (944)
 S502 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wulfgar 11: King Edmund 14 to Wulfgar 11, minister; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Hinton St Mary, Dorset: S502    (944)
 S503 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wulfric 22: King Edmund 14 to Wulfric 22, minister: grant of 20 hides at Æscesbyrig (i.e. Woolstone, Berks.): S503    (944)
 S504 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wulfric 23: King Edmund 14 to Wulfric 23, minister; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Nettleton, Wilts.: S504    (944)
 S505 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelnoth 24: King Edmund 14 to Æthelnoth 24, his presbyter: grant of a monastic dwelling (mansio) at Basing and 2 hides (cassati) at Lickpit, with appurtenant woodland at Oakridge and further appurtenances at Binfields, and at Middesellum (all Hants., except perhaps Middesellum), in return for 50 solidi of gold: S505    (945)
 S506 - Edmund 14 granting land to Alfred 42: King Edmund 14 to Alfred 42, bishop (of Selsey); grant of 4 hides (mansae) at Bracklesham and 2 at Thorney (cf. Thorney Farm in East Wittering) or Earnley, Sussex: S506    (945)
 S507 - Edmund 14 granting land to Baederices wirde 1: King Edmund 14 to the monastery at Baederices wirde 1; grant of privileges in adjacent land: S507    (945)
 S508 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelhere 9: King Edmund 14 to Æthelhere 9, his faithful minister; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Weston near Bath, Somerset, on condition that he and his heirs remain faithful to Edmund 14 until the king's death and thereafter transfer their loyalty to a designated friend (amicus) of the king [Anonymous 781]: S508    (946)
 S509 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelnoth 23: King Edmund 14 to Æthelnoth 23, his minister; grant or lease of 5 hides (mansae) at North Wootton, Somerset, burdened with annual renders to St Mary's, Glastonbury: S509    (946)
 S510 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ordhelm 2 and Ælfwald 20: King Edmund 14 to Ordhelm 2 and Ælfwald 20, his men; grant of a 'yokelet' (an iuclæte) and 10 segetes at Gamelanwyrthe, Kent: S510    (946)
 S511 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelgeard 2: King Edmund 14 to Æthelgeard 2, minister; grant of 7 hides (mansae) at Tisted, Hants.: S511    (941)
 S512 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfstan 32: King Edmund 14 to Ælfstan 32, minister; grant of 6 hides (mansae), equated with 6 sulungs, at Miclan grafe in Thanet, Kent: S512    (943)
 S514 - Edmund 14 granting land to Burgric 1: King Edmund 14 to Burgric 1, bishop (of Rochester); grant of 3 sulungs (aratra) at West Malling, Kent: S514    (942 x 946)
 S515 - Edmund 14, Eadred 16, Eadwig 4 restoring land to Canterbury, Christ Church: Kings Edmund 14, Eadred 16 and Eadwig 4 to Canterbury, Christ Church; restoration of land at Twickenham, Middlesex; Preston, Ealdingtun (? Monkton in Thanet), Swarling, Wingham, Kent; Graveney, Bossington, Ulcombe and Tarring, Sussex: S515    (946)
 S553 - Eadred 16 confirming land of Glastonbury: King Eadred 16 to Glastonbury Abbey; confirmation of the grant by King Edmund 14 of 15 hides (cassati) at Pucklechurch, Gloucs.: S553    (950)
 S850 - Æthelred 32 confirming land of Shaftesbury 1: King Æthelred 32 to Shaftesbury 1 Abbey; confirmation of 20 hides (mansae) at Tisbury, Wilts., and woodland at Sfgcnyllebar (? Sedgehill bær): S850    (984)
Church/monastery destruction (1)
 Ine 1.founding of a monastery at Glastonbury: King Ine 1 built a monastery in Glastonbury on the advice of the blessed Aldhelm 3. During the reign of King Alfred 8 the monastery was destroyed by the Danes, but noble restored by Dunstan 1 thanks to King Edmund 14's generosity. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.91.1-2
Church/monastery/minster foundation/dedication/restoration (3)
 Edmund 14.refurbishment plans: Edmund 14 initiated a programme of building and refurbishment of the Winchester New Minster. However, he died before his plans could be fulfilled.: NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 9v.1
 Edmund 14.translating relics of famous saints to Glastonbury: Many of the early English saints were discovered by King Edmund 14 on his northern expedition, disinterred, and sent to Glastonbury, among them: Hild 1, abbess of the monastery once called Streneshalh and now Whitby - Bede 1 in his History rated her highly; also Ceolfrith 1, abbot of Monkwearmoth, to whom the same Bede 1 devoted a special book. He died at Langres, on extremely old age, while on his way to Rome, but later brought back. Also some of the bones of Aidan 1, first bishop of Lindisfarne. His other bones were taken by Colmán 1 to Scottia; Bede 1 is again our authority. Praise is given at Glastonbury to the confessor Benignus 1, a local hermit, whose remarkable miracles inspired the monks nearby to venerate and translate him. In the house [of Glastonbury] are buried King Edmund 14, the renewer of the place, and his son King Edgar 11, who, remembering his father with gratitude, crowned his gifts with the grant of expensive properties.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.91.8-9
 Ine 1.founding of a monastery at Glastonbury: King Ine 1 built a monastery in Glastonbury on the advice of the blessed Aldhelm 3. During the reign of King Alfred 8 the monastery was destroyed by the Danes, but noble restored by Dunstan 1 thanks to King Edmund 14's generosity. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.91.1-2
Commemoration of the dead (1)
 Various.commemoration in Pfäfers Liber Vitae: The names of Æthelstan 18, Edmund 14, Eadgifu 4 and Oda 1 were entered in the Liber Vitae of Pfäfers.: Pfäfers.LiberVitae  MS p. 33, Keynes p. 201 (941 x 946)
Confirmation of land/privileges (8)
 Eadred 16.S553 confirming land of Glastonbury 1: King Eadred 16 to Glastonbury 1; confirmation of the grant by King Edmund 14 of 15 hides (cassati) at Pucklechurch, Gloucs.: S553    (950)
 Edmund 14.S469 renewing landbook for Ordwald 1: King Edmund 14 to Ordwald 1, minister; renewal of lost landbook for 10 hides (mansae) at Wylye, Wilts., held by Ordwald 1's father, Ordlaf 1: S469    (940)
 Edmund 14.S485 granting land to Wynnflæd 2: King Edmund 14 to Wynnflæd 2, a nun; restoration and confirmation of 7 hides (mansae) at Cheselbourne, Dorset, and grant of a further 8 hides there; with note, in English, of grant to Wynnflæd 2 of land in Winterbourne Tomson, Dorset: S485    (942)
 Edmund 14.S499 granting land to Glastonbury, St Mary's 1: King Edmund 14 to the church of Glastonbury, St Mary's 1 and to Abbot Dunstan 1; grant and confirmation of privileges: S499    (944)
 S485 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wynnflæd 2: King Edmund 14 to Wynnflæd 2, a nun; restoration and confirmation of 7 hides (mansae) at Cheselbourne, Dorset, and grant of a further 8 hides there: S485    (942)
 S499 - Edmund 14 granting land to Dunstan 1 & Glastonbury, St Mary’s: King Edmund 14 to the church of Glastonbury, St Mary's, and to Abbot Dunstan 1; grant and confirmation of privileges: S499    (944)
 S553 - Eadred 16 confirming land of Glastonbury: King Eadred 16 to Glastonbury Abbey; confirmation of the grant by King Edmund 14 of 15 hides (cassati) at Pucklechurch, Gloucs.: S553    (950)
 Various.S966 granting privileges to Glastonbury, St Mary's 1: Many of King Cnut 3's predecessors granted and confirmed the privileges of Glastonbury, St Mary's 1.: S966   
Conquest (4)
 Anonymi 1537.subjection to Northmen (Anonymi 1538) and freeing by Edmund 14: The Danes (Anonymi 1537) were subjected by force to the constraints of the Northmen (Anonymi 1538). Edmund 14 subsequently freed them.: ASC  942.8-13 ACDG, <942> B (942)
 Edmund 14.conquest of Mercians (Anonymi 1536) and Five Boroughs: Edmund 14 overran the Mercians (Anonymi 1536) and the five boroughs.: ASC  942.1-8 ACDG, <942> B (942)
 Edmund 14.conquest of land of Northumbrians: In 944 king Edmund 14 drove out two kings [Olaf 4 and Ragnald 2], and obtained the kingdom of the Northumbrians.: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  84 (944)
 Wulfstan 14-Anonymous 924.causing of submission of Ragnald 2 and Olaf 4 to Edmund 6: Wulfstan 14 and the dux of the Mercians (Anonymous 924) caused Ragnald 2 and Olaf 4 to submit to the king [sc. Edmund 14].: Æthelweard.Chron  iv.6 (944)
Conspiracy/intent to murder (3)
 Edmund 14.expulsion of Dunstan 1 from court: Anonymi 1470, envious of Dunstan 1, tried to influence as many as they could to join in persecuting him. They tainted even Edmund 14 and got him to believe their lies. Whilst the court was at Cheddar, Dunstan 1 was banned. An embassy form the eastern kingdom (Anonymi 1471) was present at court and Dunstan 1 went to them asking for help. They sympathised with him and promised he should have everything their kingdom had to offer.: B.VitDunstani  13
 S414 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Bath, St Peter’s: King Æthelstan 18 to the familia of Bath, St Peter's; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Priston, Somerset, and 5 at Cold Ashton, Gloucs., forfeited by Alfred 33 for conspiracy: S414    (931)
 S415 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Malmesbury 1: King Æthelstan 18 to the familia and church of Malmesbury 1; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Norton, Wilts.; 5 at Sumerford (? Little Somerford, Wilts.); and 5 at Ewen, Gloucs., forfeited by Alfred 33 for conspiracy: S415    (931)
Culting/venerating saint(s) (1)
 Edmund 14.translating relics of famous saints to Glastonbury: Many of the early English saints were discovered by King Edmund 14 on his northern expedition, disinterred, and sent to Glastonbury, among them: Hild 1, abbess of the monastery once called Streneshalh and now Whitby - Bede 1 in his History rated her highly; also Ceolfrith 1, abbot of Monkwearmoth, to whom the same Bede 1 devoted a special book. He died at Langres, on extremely old age, while on his way to Rome, but later brought back. Also some of the bones of Aidan 1, first bishop of Lindisfarne. His other bones were taken by Colmán 1 to Scottia; Bede 1 is again our authority. Praise is given at Glastonbury to the confessor Benignus 1, a local hermit, whose remarkable miracles inspired the monks nearby to venerate and translate him. In the house [of Glastonbury] are buried King Edmund 14, the renewer of the place, and his son King Edgar 11, who, remembering his father with gratitude, crowned his gifts with the grant of expensive properties.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.91.8-9
Death/dying (6)
 Edmund 14.campaign against Scotland: When Æthelstan 18 died his brother Edmund 14 succeeded the kingdom, again gathered a great army and hastened to Scotland.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  28
 Edmund 14.death: In 948 king Edmund 14 was killed and his brother Eadred 16 received the kingdom.: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  85 (948)
 Edmund 14.refurbishment plans: Edmund 14 initiated a programme of building and refurbishment of the Winchester New Minster. However, he died before his plans could be fulfilled.: NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 9v.1
 Edmund 14.translating relics of famous saints to Glastonbury: Many of the early English saints were discovered by King Edmund 14 on his northern expedition, disinterred, and sent to Glastonbury, among them: Hild 1, abbess of the monastery once called Streneshalh and now Whitby - Bede 1 in his History rated her highly; also Ceolfrith 1, abbot of Monkwearmoth, to whom the same Bede 1 devoted a special book. He died at Langres, on extremely old age, while on his way to Rome, but later brought back. Also some of the bones of Aidan 1, first bishop of Lindisfarne. His other bones were taken by Colmán 1 to Scottia; Bede 1 is again our authority. Praise is given at Glastonbury to the confessor Benignus 1, a local hermit, whose remarkable miracles inspired the monks nearby to venerate and translate him. In the house [of Glastonbury] are buried King Edmund 14, the renewer of the place, and his son King Edgar 11, who, remembering his father with gratitude, crowned his gifts with the grant of expensive properties.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.91.8-9
 Æthelstan 18.campaign against Scotland: Æthelstan 18 was leading a great army from the south to the northern region [of Britain], taking it to Scotland. He fraternally instructed his brother Edmund 14, if anything sinister should befall him on his expedition to return his body to St Cuthbert's. After this he departed, fought happily, returned successfully, ruled wisely for many years afterwards [and] at last died happily.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  26-27
 Æthelstan 18.death: In 939 king Æthelstan 18 died, and his brother Edmund 14 succeeded him in the kingdom.: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  84 (939)
Deposition of king (1)
 Edmund 14.conquest of land of Northumbrians: In 944 king Edmund 14 drove out two kings [Olaf 4 and Ragnald 2], and obtained the kingdom of the Northumbrians.: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  84 (944)
Disputing/dispute-settling (1)
 Dispute concerning the estate at Wouldham, Kent: The history of the 6 sulungs at Wouldham.: S1458   
Dreaming/seeing vision/revelation (3)
 Dunstan 1.second vision of evil spirit: At Edmund 14's banquet Dunstan 1 saw an evil spirit wandering amid the servants.: B.VitDunstani  33
 Dunstan 1.vision of evil spirit: While Dunstan 1 was accompanying Edmund 14 on a round of his properties, Dunstan 1 saw the Devil running about among the king's trumpeters. He was riding next to Æthelstan 37, who could not see the evil spirit. Dunstan 1 told him to sign his eyes with the sign of the cross. Immediately after Æthelstan 37 saw the enemy of God leaping around.: B.VitDunstani  31
 Dunstan 1.vision of spirit carrying message: Dunstan 1 saw an unknown, perhaps devil, perhaps spirit, carrying a long scroll covered with writing. When Dunstan 1 asked who he was, the man replied that he was from the eastern kingdom and he carried a private message for Edmund 14. When he was announced tot he king, he was nowhere to be found. On the same day Edmund 14 was killed by a treacherous assassin.: B.VitDunstani  33
Embassy (1)
 Edmund 14.expulsion of Dunstan 1 from court: Anonymi 1470, envious of Dunstan 1, tried to influence as many as they could to join in persecuting him. They tainted even Edmund 14 and got him to believe their lies. Whilst the court was at Cheddar, Dunstan 1 was banned. An embassy form the eastern kingdom (Anonymi 1471) was present at court and Dunstan 1 went to them asking for help. They sympathised with him and promised he should have everything their kingdom had to offer.: B.VitDunstani  13
Expulsion (2)
 Edmund 14.conquest of land of Northumbrians: In 944 king Edmund 14 drove out two kings [Olaf 4 and Ragnald 2], and obtained the kingdom of the Northumbrians.: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  84 (944)
 Edmund 14.expulsion of Dunstan 1 from court: Anonymi 1470, envious of Dunstan 1, tried to influence as many as they could to join in persecuting him. They tainted even Edmund 14 and got him to believe their lies. Whilst the court was at Cheddar, Dunstan 1 was banned. An embassy form the eastern kingdom (Anonymi 1471) was present at court and Dunstan 1 went to them asking for help. They sympathised with him and promised he should have everything their kingdom had to offer.: B.VitDunstani  13
Feasting/banqueting (1)
 Dunstan 1.second vision of evil spirit: At Edmund 14's banquet Dunstan 1 saw an evil spirit wandering amid the servants.: B.VitDunstani  33
Flight (1)
 Olaf 4-Wulfstan 14.escape [from Leicester]: He [sc. Edmund 14] would have brought Olaf 4 and Wulfstan 14 2 under his control had they not broken out from the burh [at Leicester] by night.: ASC (DEF)  943 D (940)
Forfeiture (3)
 S414 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Bath, St Peter’s: King Æthelstan 18 to the familia of Bath, St Peter's; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Priston, Somerset, and 5 at Cold Ashton, Gloucs., forfeited by Alfred 33 for conspiracy: S414    (931)
 S415 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Malmesbury 1: King Æthelstan 18 to the familia and church of Malmesbury 1; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Norton, Wilts.; 5 at Sumerford (? Little Somerford, Wilts.); and 5 at Ewen, Gloucs., forfeited by Alfred 33 for conspiracy: S415    (931)
 Waldchist 1.forfeiting land: On account of a crime Waldchist 1 lost these lands, that is Northwold and Pulham, and all that he had in the time of King Edmund 14, and they were in the control of King Edmund 14 and Æthelred [recte Eadred 16], until Æthelred [recte Eadred 16] gave them to his mother Eadgifu 4. : Anon.LiberEliensis  LE II.43 / LÆ 54
Freeing captives (1)
 Edmund 14.puttung Wulfstan 14 into prison: Wulfstan 14 made Edmund 14 justifiably angry by his obstinate policies; for he favoured the Danes when they were in revolt against the king, and so provoked that placid and kindly soul that he threw him into prison. But he soon repented of what he had done, and out of respect for his clerical status let him go scot-free.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.114
Friendship-making (1)
 Olaf 4.obtaining of Edmund 14’s friendship: After that Olaf 4 obtained the friendship of Edmund 14.: ASC (DEF)  943 D (940 x 943)
Governing (2)
 Edgar 11.law making I: This is the ordinance concerning the administration of the hundred.: Edgar.Laws   
 Æthelstan 18.campaign against Scotland: Æthelstan 18 was leading a great army from the south to the northern region [of Britain], taking it to Scotland. He fraternally instructed his brother Edmund 14, if anything sinister should befall him on his expedition to return his body to St Cuthbert's. After this he departed, fought happily, returned successfully, ruled wisely for many years afterwards [and] at last died happily.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  26-27
Grant and Gift (143)
 Edmund 14-Eadred 16-Eadwig 4.S477 granting land to Canterbury, Christ Church 1: King Edmund 14, with Eadred 16 his brother and Eadwig 4 his son, to Canterbury, Christ Church 1; restoration of land at Twickenham, Middx; Preston near Faversham, Wingham, Swarling, Bossington, Graveney and Ulcombe, Kent; with reference to grant by King Æthelstan 18 to Canterbury, Christ Church 1 of land at Tarring, Sussex: S477    (941)
 Edmund 14-Eadred 16-Eadwig 4.S515 restoring land to Canterbury, Christ Church 1: Kings Edmund 14, Eadred 16 and Eadwig 4 to Canterbury, Christ Church 1; restoration of land at Twickenham, Middlesex; Preston, Ealdingtun (? Monkton in Thanet), Swarling, Wingham, Kent; Graveney, Bossington, Ulcombe and Tarring, Sussex: S515    (946)
 Edmund 14.S1418 granting land to Æthelnoth 24: King Edmund 14, to Æthelnoth 24, priest; grant of land at Basing, Hants., and elsewhere: S1418    (939 x 946)
 Edmund 14.S1458 exchanging with Ælfstan 36: King Edmund 14 to Ælfstan 36; grant of 6 sulungs at Wouldham, Kent, in return for 120 mancuses of gold and 30 pounds. Nearly all of this money had been given to Ælfstan 36 by his son, Ælfheah 41.: S1458    (939 x 946)
 Edmund 14.S459 granting land to Eadwulf 33: King Edmund 14 to Eadwulf 33; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Liddington, Wilts.: S459    (940)
 Edmund 14.S460 granting land to Ælfhild 2: King Edmund 14 to Ælfhild 2, his kinswoman; grant of 15 hides (mansae) at Culham, Oxon.: S460    (940)
 Edmund 14.S461 granting land to Ælfsige 25: King Edmund 14 to Ælfsige 25, minister; grant of 30 hides (mansae) at Waltham, Berks.: S461    (940)
 Edmund 14.S462 granting land to Ælfswith 3: King Edmund 14 to Ælfswith 3, his kinsman and faithful minister; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Batcombe, Somerset: S462    (940)
 Edmund 14.S463 granting land to Æthelgeard 2: King Edmund 14 to Æthelgeard 2, minister; grant of 12 hides (mansae) at Exton, Hants.: S463    (940)
 Edmund 14.S464 granting land to Æthelswith 4: King Edmund 14 to Æthelswith 4, a nun; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Oswaldingtune (near Ashford, Kent): S464    (940)
 Edmund 14.S465 granting land to Æthelthryth 8: King Edmund 14 to Æthelthryth 8, a nun; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Poolhampton in Overton, Hants.: S465    (940)
 Edmund 14.S466 granting land to Dunstan 1: King Edmund 14 to Dunstan 1, his faithful abbot; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Christian Malford, Wilts.: S466    (940)
 Edmund 14.S468 granting land to Garulf 3: King Edmund 14 to Garulf 3, minister; grant of 9 hides (mansae) at Swallowcliffe, Wilts.: S468    (940)
 Edmund 14.S470 granting land to Winchester, New Minster 1: King Edmund 14 to Winchester, New Minster 1; grant of 30 hides (mansae) at Pewsey, Wilts.: S470    (940)
 Edmund 14.S471 granting land to Wulfric 22: King Edmund 14 to Wulfric 22, minister; grant of 15 hides (mansae) at Garford, Berks.: S471    (940)
 Edmund 14.S472 granting land to Wulfric 23: King Edmund 14 to Wulfric 23, his minister; grant of 25 hides (manentes) at Grittleton, Wilts.: S472    (940)
 Edmund 14.S473 granting land to Wulfric 23: King Edmund 14 to Wulfric 23; grant of 30 hides (mansiunculae) at Langley, Wilts.: S473    (940)
 Edmund 14.S474 granting land to Ælfflæd 12: King Edmund to Ælfflæd 12, a religious woman; grant of 15 hides (mansae) at Buckland (Newton) and Plush, Dorset: S474    (941)
 Edmund 14.S475 granting land to Ælfheah 21: King Edmund 14 to Ælfheah 21, minister; grant of 16 hides (mansae) at Pitminster, Somerset: S475    (941)
 Edmund 14.S476 granting land to Æthelnoth 23: King Edmund 14 to Æthelnoth 23, minister; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Corston, Somerset: S476    (941)
 Edmund 14.S478 granting land to Eadric 8: King Edmund 14 to Eadric 8, his vassallus; grant of 2 hides (mansae) at Beechingstoke, Wilts.: S478    (941)
 Edmund 14.S479 granting land to Wulfsige 25 the Black: King Edmund 14 to Wulfsige 25 the Black; grant of 40 hides at Alrewas, Bromley (cf. Kings and Abbots Bromley), Barton, Tatenhill, Branston, Stretton, Rolleston, Clifton and Haunton, Staffs: S479    (942)
 Edmund 14.S480 granting land to Æthelstan 26: King Edmund 14 to Æthelstan 26, comes; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Ærmundeslea and a vill at Appleton, Berks.: S480    (942)
 Edmund 14.S481 granting land to Æthelstan 26: King Edmund 14 to Æthelstan 26, his faithful comes; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Mells, Somerset: S481    (942)
 Edmund 14.S482 granting land to Sæthryth 3: King Edmund 14 to Sæthryth 3, a nun; grant of 11 hides (mansae) at Winkfield [and at Swinley], Berks.: S482    (942)
 Edmund 14.S483 granting land to Theodred 3: King Edmund 14 to Theodred 3, bishop of London; grant of land at Southery, Norfolk: S483    (942)
 Edmund 14.S484 granting land to Wulfsige 25 the Black: King Edmund to Wulfsige 25 the Black; grant of land at Walton-on-Trent, Coton in the Elms, Cauldwell, Drakelow, Derbys.; Newbold in Barton-under-Needwood, Staffs.; and Linton, Derbys.: S484    (942)
 Edmund 14.S485 granting land to Wynnflæd 2: King Edmund 14 to Wynnflæd 2, a nun; restoration and confirmation of 7 hides (mansae) at Cheselbourne, Dorset, and grant of a further 8 hides there; with note, in English, of grant to Wynnflæd 2 of land in Winterbourne Tomson, Dorset: S485    (942)
 Edmund 14.S486 granting land to Ælfsige 28: King Edmund 14 to Ælfsige 28, minister; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Moredon in Rodbourne Cheney, Wilts.: S486    (943)
 Edmund 14.S487 granting land to Ælfswith 4: King Edmund 14 to Ælfswith 4, a religious woman; grant of 15 hides (mansae) at Burghclere, Hants.: S487    (943)
 Edmund 14.S488 granting land to Æthelgeard 2: King Edmund 14 to Æthelgeard 2, minister; grant of 7 hides (mansae) at Tisted, Hants., and note, in English, of grant by King Eadred 16 to Æthelgeard 2 of a messuage (haga) in Winchester: S488    (943)
 Edmund 14.S490 granting land to Eadric 8: King Edmund 14 to Eadric 8, comes; grant of 11 hides (mansae) at Mapperton in Almer, Dorset: S490    (943)
 Edmund 14.S491 granting land to Eadric 8: King Edmund 14 to Eadric 8, minister; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Leckhampstead, and a mill on the river Lambourn, Berks.: S491    (943)
 Edmund 14.S492 granting land: King Edmund 14 to Wulfgar 11, minister; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at South Newton, Wilts., with meadow at Weolces clife, and 3 hides at Frustfield (lost), Wilts.: S492    (943)
 Edmund 14.S493 granting land to Ælfgyth 3: King Edmund 14 to Ælfgyth 3, a nun; grant of 3 hides (mansae) at Rollington (lost) in Bulbridge, near Wilton, Wilts.: S493    (943)
 Edmund 14.S494 granting land to Ælfheah 22: King Edmund 14 to Ælfheah 22, minister; grant of 6 hides (mansae) at Lyford, Berks.: S494    (944)
 Edmund 14.S495 granting land to Ælfric 31: King Edmund 14 to Ælfric 31, bishop (of Ramsbury or Hereford); grant of 30 hides (mansae) at Badby, Dodford and Everdon, Northants.: S495    (944)
 Edmund 14.S496 granting land to Ælfric 46: King Edmund 14 to Ælfric 46, bishop (of Ramsbury); grant of 100 hides (mansae) at Blewbury, Berks.: S496    (942)
 Edmund 14.S497 granting land to Ælfstan 32: King Edmund 14 to Ælfstan 32, minister; grant of 12 hides (mansae) or sulungs at Ealdingtune (? Monkton) in Thanet, Kent: S497    (944)
 Edmund 14.S499 granting land to Glastonbury, St Mary's 1: King Edmund 14 to the church of Glastonbury, St Mary's 1 and to Abbot Dunstan 1; grant and confirmation of privileges: S499    (944)
 Edmund 14.S501 granting land to Sigeric 7: King Edmund 14 to Sigeric 7, his minister; grant of 2 sulungs (aratra) at Sibertswold, Kent: S501    (944)
 Edmund 14.S502 granting land to Wulfgar 11: King Edmund 14 to Wulfgar 11, minister; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Hinton St Mary, Dorset: S502    (940)
 Edmund 14.S503 granting land to Wulfric 22: King Edmund 14 to Wulfric 22, minister: grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Æscesbyrig (i.e. Woolstone, Berks.): S503    (944)
 Edmund 14.S504 granting land to Wulfric 23: King Edmund 14 to Wulfric 23, minister; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Nettleton, Wilts.: S504    (944)
 Edmund 14.S505 selling land to Æthelnoth 24: King Edmund 14 to Æthelnoth 24, his presbyter: grant of a monastic dwelling (mansio) at Basing and 2 hides (cassati) at Lickpit, with appurtenant woodland at Oakridge and further appurtenances at Binfields, and at Middesellum (all Hants., except perhaps Middesellum), in return for 50 solidi of gold: S505    (945)
 Edmund 14.S506 granting land to Alfred 42: King Edmund 14 to Alfred 42, bishop (of Selsey); grant of 4 hides (mansae) at Bracklesham and 2 at Thorney (cf. Thorney Farm in East Wittering) or Earnley, Sussex: S506    (945)
 Edmund 14.S507 granting privileges to Baederices wirde 1: King Edmund 14 to the monastery at Baederices wirde 1; grant of privileges in adjacent land.: S507    (945)
 Edmund 14.S508 granting land to Æthelhere 9: King Edmund 14 to Æthelhere 9, his faithful minister; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Weston near Bath, Somerset, on condition that he and his heirs remain faithful to Edmund 14 until the king's death and thereafter transfer their loyalty to a designated friend (amicus) of the king: S508    (945)
 Edmund 14.S509 granting land to Æthelnoth: King Edmund 14 to Æthelnoth 23, his minister; grant or lease of 5 hides (mansae) at North Wootton, Somerset, burdened with annual renders to Glastonbury, St Mary's: S509    (946)
 Edmund 14.S510 granting land to Ordhelm 2 and Ælfwald: King Edmund 14 to Ordhelm 2 and Ælfwald 20, his men; grant of a 'yokelet' (an iuclæte) and 10 segetes at Gamelanwyrthe, Kent: S510    (946)
 Edmund 14.S511 granting land to Æthelgeard 2: King Edmund 14 to Æthelgeard 2, minister; grant of 7 hides (mansae) at Tisted, Hants.: S511    (941)
 Edmund 14.S512 granting land to Ælfstan 32: King Edmund 14 to Ælfstan 32, minister; grant of 6 hides (mansae), equated with 6 sulungs, at Miclan grafe in Thanet, Kent: S512    (943)
 Edmund 14.S513 granting land to Æthelflæd 14: King Edmund 14 to Æthelflæd 14, his queen; grant, for life, of 100 hides at Damerham and Martin, Hants., and Pentridge, Dorset; with reversion to Glastonbury, St Mary's 1: S513    (944 x 946)
 Edmund 14.S514 granting land to Burgric 1: King Edmund 14 to Burgric 1, bishop (of Rochester); grant of 3 sulungs (aratra) at West Malling, Kent: S514    (942 x 946)
 Edmund 14.S553 granting land to Glastonbury Abbey 1: King Edmund 14 to Glastonbury; grant of 15 hides (cassati) at Pucklechurch, Gloucs. (as reported in this charter of Eadred 16): S553    (939 x 946)
 Edmund 14.grant of Glastonbury to Dunstan 1: Here Edmund 14 granted Glastonbury to Dunstan 1.: ASC  942 AF(OE and Lat.)
 Edmund 14.grant of land of Cumbrians to Malcolm 3: Edmund 14 granted all [the land of the Cumbrians] to Malcolm 3.: ASC  945 ACDG, <945> B (945)
 Edmund 14.grant to St Cuthbert's 1: Before departing for Scotland with his army, Edmund 14 made the following gifts to St Cuthbert's 1: the army offered sixty pounds, while he himself with his own hand placed two golden armlets and two Greek palls upon the holy body [of St Cuthbert 1].: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  28
 Edmund 14.granting land and riches to Dunstan 1: many land charters and various riches: B.VitDunstani  19
 Edmund 14.granting land to ?: King Edmund 14 to —; grant of land at Lutramton’. : S1735    (939 x 946)
 Edmund 14.granting land to ? : King Edmund 14 to —; grant of land at Eatumberesd’.: S1734    (939 x 946)
 Edmund 14.granting land to Alfred 61: King Edmund 14 to Alfred 61; grant of land at Rowberrow, Somerset. : S1722    (939 x 946)
 Edmund 14.granting land to Glastonbury: King Edmund 14 to Glastonbury Abbey; grant of 4 hides at Whatley, Somerset.: S1726    (939 x 946)
 Edmund 14.granting land to Sigewulf 12: King Edmund 14 to Sigewulf 12; grant of land at Abbotsbury, Dorset.: S1727    (939 x 946)
 Edmund 14.granting land to Wilfric 1: King Edmund 14 to Wilfric 1 (or Wilfrid), his minister; grant of 10 hides at Yarlington, Somerset.: S1731    (939 x 946)
 Edmund 14.granting land to Wulfheah 16: King Edmund 14 to (Wulfheah 16); grant of land at Langford, Wilts..: S1811    (943)
 Edmund 14.granting land to Wulflaf 15: King Edmund 14 to Wulflaf 15; grant of land at Piddle, Dorset.: S1730    (939 x 946)
 Edmund 14.granting land to Wulfsige 25: King Edmund 14 to Wulfsige 25 Maur; note of a grant in the same terms as S484 of land at Croxall, Cotton, Walton-on-Trent, Drakelow, Stapenhill, Derbys., and at Sulueston.: S1606    (942)
 Edmund 14.granting land to Ælfflæd 23: King Edmund 14 to Ælfflæd 23; grant of land at Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset.: S1719    (939 x 946)
 Edmund 14.granting land to Ælfgar 53: King Edmund 14 to Ælfgar 53; grant of land at Camel, Somerset.: S1718    (939 x 946)
 Edmund 14.granting land to Ælfswith 15: King Edmund 14 to Ælfswith 15; grant of land at Upavon, Wilts.: S1720    (939 x 946)
 Edmund 14.granting land to Æthelric 42: King Edmund 14 to (?) Æthelric 42, or to St Albans abbey; grant of land at (?) Great Gaddesden, Herts..: St Alb 1    (939 x 946)
 Edmund 14.granting land to Æthelwold 5: (King) Edmund 14 to Æthelwold 5; grant of land at Chelworth, Wilts.. : S1721    (939 x 946)
 Edmund 14.granting sword to Ælfgar: King Edmund 14 gave Ælfgar a sword worth 120 mancuses with 4 pounds of silver on the sheath. Later Ælfgar 9 gave the sword to his lord [King Eadred 16], at which time Bishop Theodred 3 and Ealdorman Eadric 14 told him that he might have the right to make his will.: S1483   
 Edmund 14.selling land to Æthelstan 26 S498: King Edmund 14 to Æthelstan 26, his faithful comes; grant of 2 hides (mansae) at Brampford Speke, Devon, in return for 80 mancuses of gold: S498    (944)
 Edmund.S489 granting land to his mother [Eadgifu 4]: King Edmund 14 to his mother [Eadgifu 4]; grant of 10 sulungs at North Mynstre, Thanet, Kent: S489    (943)
 S1811 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wulfheah 16: King Edmund 14 to (Wulfheah 16); grant of land at Langford, Wilts..: S1811    (943)
 S386 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Exeter, SS Mary & Peter: King Æthelstan 18 to the minster of Exeter, SS Mary & Peter; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Culmstock, Devon: S386    (924 x 939)
 S387 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Exeter, SS Mary & Peter: King Æthelstan 18 to the minster of Exeter, SS Mary & Peter; grant of 1 hide (mansa) at Monkton (lost) in Wyke in Shobrooke and Thorverton, Devon: S387    (924 x 939)
 S388 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to St Petroc’s: King Æthelstan 18 to St Petroc's minster; grant of 1 hide (cassatus) at Newton St Petroc, Devon: S388    (924 x 939)
 S389 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Exeter, St Mary’s: King Æthelstan 18 to the minster of Exeter, St Mary's; grant of 6 perticae at Stoke Canon, Devon: S389    (924 x 939)
 S390 - Æthelstan 26 granting land to Exeter, SS Mary & Peter: King Æthelstan 26 to the monastery of Exeter, SS Mary & Peter; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Stoke (Stoke Canon, Devon): S390    (924 x 939)
 S414 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Bath, St Peter’s: King Æthelstan 18 to the familia of Bath, St Peter's; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Priston, Somerset, and 5 at Cold Ashton, Gloucs., forfeited by Alfred 33 for conspiracy: S414    (931)
 S415 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Malmesbury 1: King Æthelstan 18 to the familia and church of Malmesbury 1; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Norton, Wilts.; 5 at Sumerford (? Little Somerford, Wilts.); and 5 at Ewen, Gloucs., forfeited by Alfred 33 for conspiracy: S415    (931)
 S433 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Exeter, St Mary’s: King Æthelstan 18 to the minster of Exeter, St Mary's; grant of 1 hide (mansa) at Topsham, Devon: S433    (924 x 939)
 S433 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Exeter, St Peter’s: King Æthelstan 18 to the minster of Exeter, St Peter's at Topsham, Devon: S433    (937)
 S446 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Eadburg 8: King Æthelstan 18 to Eadburg 8, his sister; grant of 17 hides (mansae) at Droxford, Hants.: S446    (939)
 S454 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to the burgesses of Zacharias 1: King Æthelstan 18 to the burgesses of Zacharias 1; grant of privileges and 5 hides near Norton, Wilts.: S454    (924 x 939)
 S455 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Muchelney: King Æthelstan 18 to Muchelney Abbey and the brethren there; grant of land at Curry Rivel, 5 hides (mansae) at Stowey in Fivehead, Somerset, and 1 hide held by a layman, Muda 1. The grant is entered in a gospel-book: S455    (934 x 939)
 S459 - Edmund 14 granting land to Eadwulf 33: King Edmund 14 to Eadwulf 33; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Liddington, Wilts.: S459    (940)
 S460 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfhild 2: King Edmund 14 to Ælfhild 2, his kinswoman; grant of 15 hides (mansae) at Culham, Oxon.: S460    (940)
 S461 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfsige 25: King Edmund 14 to Ælfsige 25, minister; grant of 30 hides (mansae) at Waltham, Berks.: S461    (940)
 S462 - Edmund 14 witnessing Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfswith 3: King Edmund 14 to Elswithe [Ælfswith 3], his kinsman and faithful minister; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Batcombe, Somerset: S462    (940)
 S463 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelgeard 2: King Edmund 14 to Æthelgeard 2, minister; grant of 12 hides (mansae) at Exton, Hants.: S463    (940)
 S464 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelswith 4: King Edmund 14 to Æthelswith 4, a nun; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Oswaldingtune (near Ashford, Kent): S464    (940)
 S465 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelthryth 8: King Edmund 14 to Æthelthryth 8, a nun; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Poolhampton in Overton, Hants.: S465    (940)
 S466 - Edmund 14 granting land to Dunstan 1: King Edmund 14 to Dunstan 1, his faithful abbot; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Christian Malford, Wilts.: S466    (940)
 S468 - Edmund 14 granting land to Garulf 3: King Edmund 14 to Garulf 3, minister; grant of 9 hides (mansae) at Swallowcliffe, Wilts.: S468    (940)
 S469 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ordwald 1: King Edmund 14 to Ordwald 1, minister; renewal of lost landbook for 10 hides (mansae) at Wylye, Wilts., held by Ordwald 1's father, Ordlaf 1.: S469    (940)
 S470 - Edmund 14 granting land to Winchester, New Minster: King Edmund 14 to Winchester, New Minster; grant of 30 hides (mansae) at Pewsey, Wilts.: S470    (940)
 S471 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wulfric 22: King Edmund 14 to Wulfric 22, minister; grant of 15 hides (mansae) at Garford, Berks.: S471    (943)
 S472 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wulfric 23: King Edmund 14 to Wulfric 23, his minister; grant of 25 hides (manentes) at Grittleton, Wilts.: S472    (940)
 S473 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wulfric 23: King Edmund 14 to Wulfric 23; grant of 30 hides (mansiunculae) at Langley, Wilts.: S473    (940)
 S474 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfflæd 12: King Edmund 14 to Ælfflæd 12, a religious woman; grant of 15 hides (mansae) at Buckland (Newton) and Plush, Dorset: S474    (941)
 S475 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfheah 21: King Edmund 14 to Ælfheah 21, minister; grant of 16 hides (mansae) at Pitminster, Somerset: S475    (941)
 S476 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelnoth 23: King Edmund 14 to Æthelnoth 23, minister; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Corston, Somerset: S476    (941)
 S481 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelstan 26: King Edmund 14 to Æthelstan 26, his faithful comes; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Mells, Somerset: S481    (942)
 S482 - Edmund 14 granting land to Sæthryth 3: King Edmund 14 to Sæthryth 3, a nun; grant of 11 hides (mansae) at Winkfield [and at Swinley], Berks.: S482    (942)
 S483 - Edmund 14 granting land to Theodred 3: King Edmund 14 to Theodred 3, bishop of London; grant of land at Southery, Norfolk: S483    (942)
 S484 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wulfsige 25 the Black: King Edmund 14 to Wulfsige 25 the Black; grant of land at Walton-on-Trent, Coton in the Elms, Cauldwell, Drakelow, Derbys.; Newbold in Barton-under-Needwood, Staffs.; and Linton, Derbys.: S484    (942)
 S485 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wynnflæd 2: King Edmund 14 to Wynnflæd 2, a nun; restoration and confirmation of 7 hides (mansae) at Cheselbourne, Dorset, and grant of a further 8 hides there: S485    (942)
 S486 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfsige 28: King Edmund 14 to Ælfsige 28, minister; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Moredon in Rodbourne Cheney, Wilts.: S486    (943)
 S487 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfswith 4: King Edmund 14 to Ælfswith 4, a religious woman; grant of 15 hides (mansae) at Burghclere, Hants.: S487    (943)
 S488 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelgeard 2: King Edmund 14 to Æthelgeard 2, minister; grant of 7 hides (mansae) at Tisted, Hants.: S488    (943)
 S489 - Edmund 14 granting land to Eadgifu 4: King Edmund 14 to his mother [Eadgifu 4]; grant of 10 sulungs at North Mynstre, Thanet, Kent: S489    (943)
 S490 - Edmund 14 granting land to Eadric 8: King Edmund 14 to Eadric 8, comes; grant of 11 hides (mansae) at Mapperton in Almer, Dorset: S490    (943)
 S491 - Edmund 14 granting land to Eadric 8: King Edmund 14 to Eadric 8, minister; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Leckhampstead, and a mill on the river Lambourn, Berks.: S491    (943)
 S492 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wulfgar 11: King Edmund 14 to Wulfgar 11, minister; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at South Newton, Wilts., with meadow at Weolces clife, and 3 hides at Frustfield (lost), Wilts.: S492    (943)
 S493 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfgyth 3: King Edmund 14 to Ælfgyth 3, a nun; grant of 3 hides (mansae) at Rollington (lost) in Bulbridge, near Wilton, Wilts.: S493    (944)
 S494 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfheah 22: King Edmund 14 to Ælfheah 22, minister; grant of 6 hides (mansae) at Lyford, Berks.: S494    (944)
 S495 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfric 31: King Edmund 14 to Ælfric 31, bishop (of Ramsbury or Hereford); grant of 30 hides (mansae) at Badby, Dodford and Everdon, Northants.: S495    (944)
 S496 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfric 46: King Edmund 14 to Ælfric 46, bishop (of Ramsbury); grant of 100 hides (mansae) at Blewbury, Berks.: S496    (942 x 944)
 S497 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfstan 32: King Edmund 14 to Ælfstan 32, minister; grant of 12 hides (mansae) or sulungs at Ealdingtune (? Monkton) in Thanet, Kent: S497    (944)
 S498 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelstan 26: King Edmund 14 to Æthelstan 26, his faithful comes; grant of 2 hides (mansae) at Brampford Speke, Devon, in return for 80 mancuses of gold: S498    (944)
 S499 - Edmund 14 granting land to Dunstan 1 & Glastonbury, St Mary’s: King Edmund 14 to the church of Glastonbury, St Mary's, and to Abbot Dunstan 1; grant and confirmation of privileges: S499    (944)
 S500 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ordwulf 3: King Edmund 14 to Ordwulf 3, his minister; grant of 8 hides (mansae) at Brimpton, Berks., in return for 90 mancuses of purest gold: S500    (944)
 S501 - Edmund 14 granting land to Sigeric 7: King Edmund 14 to Sigeric 7, his minister; grant of 2 sulungs (aratra) at Sibertswold, Kent: S501    (944)
 S502 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wulfgar 11: King Edmund 14 to Wulfgar 11, minister; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Hinton St Mary, Dorset: S502    (944)
 S503 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wulfric 22: King Edmund 14 to Wulfric 22, minister: grant of 20 hides at Æscesbyrig (i.e. Woolstone, Berks.): S503    (944)
 S504 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wulfric 23: King Edmund 14 to Wulfric 23, minister; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Nettleton, Wilts.: S504    (944)
 S505 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelnoth 24: King Edmund 14 to Æthelnoth 24, his presbyter: grant of a monastic dwelling (mansio) at Basing and 2 hides (cassati) at Lickpit, with appurtenant woodland at Oakridge and further appurtenances at Binfields, and at Middesellum (all Hants., except perhaps Middesellum), in return for 50 solidi of gold: S505    (945)
 S506 - Edmund 14 granting land to Alfred 42: King Edmund 14 to Alfred 42, bishop (of Selsey); grant of 4 hides (mansae) at Bracklesham and 2 at Thorney (cf. Thorney Farm in East Wittering) or Earnley, Sussex: S506    (945)
 S507 - Edmund 14 granting land to Baederices wirde 1: King Edmund 14 to the monastery at Baederices wirde 1; grant of privileges in adjacent land: S507    (945)
 S508 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelhere 9: King Edmund 14 to Æthelhere 9, his faithful minister; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Weston near Bath, Somerset, on condition that he and his heirs remain faithful to Edmund 14 until the king's death and thereafter transfer their loyalty to a designated friend (amicus) of the king [Anonymous 781]: S508    (946)
 S509 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelnoth 23: King Edmund 14 to Æthelnoth 23, his minister; grant or lease of 5 hides (mansae) at North Wootton, Somerset, burdened with annual renders to St Mary's, Glastonbury: S509    (946)
 S510 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ordhelm 2 and Ælfwald 20: King Edmund 14 to Ordhelm 2 and Ælfwald 20, his men; grant of a 'yokelet' (an iuclæte) and 10 segetes at Gamelanwyrthe, Kent: S510    (946)
 S511 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelgeard 2: King Edmund 14 to Æthelgeard 2, minister; grant of 7 hides (mansae) at Tisted, Hants.: S511    (941)
 S512 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfstan 32: King Edmund 14 to Ælfstan 32, minister; grant of 6 hides (mansae), equated with 6 sulungs, at Miclan grafe in Thanet, Kent: S512    (943)
 S514 - Edmund 14 granting land to Burgric 1: King Edmund 14 to Burgric 1, bishop (of Rochester); grant of 3 sulungs (aratra) at West Malling, Kent: S514    (942 x 946)
 S850 - Æthelred 32 confirming land of Shaftesbury 1: King Æthelred 32 to Shaftesbury 1 Abbey; confirmation of 20 hides (mansae) at Tisbury, Wilts., and woodland at Sfgcnyllebar (? Sedgehill bær): S850    (984)
 Various.S966 granting privileges to Glastonbury, St Mary's 1: Many of King Cnut 3's predecessors granted and confirmed the privileges of Glastonbury, St Mary's 1.: S966   
 Ælfstan 36.S1458 exchanging with Edmund 14: King Edmund 14 to Ælfstan 36; grant of 6 sulungs at Wouldham, Kent, in return for 120 mancuses of gold and 30 pounds. Nearly all of this money had been given to Ælfstan 36 by his son, Ælfheah 41.: S1458    (939 x 946)
 Æthelnoth 24.S505 purchasing land from Edmund 14: Æthelnoth 24, presbyter, from King Edmund 14: grant of a monastic dwelling (mansio) at Basing and 2 hides (cassati) at Lickpit, with appurtenant woodland at Oakridge and further appurtenances at Binfields, and at Middesellum (all Hants., except perhaps Middesellum), in return for 50 solidi of gold: S505    (945)
Horse-using/giving/acquisition/riding (2)
 Edmund 14-Dunstan 1.reconciliation: Edmund 14 summoned Dunstan 1 and told him to get a horse ready to follow the king. They went to Glastonbury and prayed there together in the church. Edmund 14 wiped floods of tears from his eyes, grasped Dunstan 1's hand, kissed it and made him abbot of Glastonbury.: B.VitDunstani  14
 Edmund 14.miracle of horse and precipice: While Edmund 14 was hunting a stag, he came to a precipice. He tried to stop his horse, but it was only when he prayed and promised to make up to Dunstan 1 with all good grace that the beast stopped and Edmund 14's life was spared.: B.VitDunstani  14
Hospitality (1)
 Edmund 14.expulsion of Dunstan 1 from court: Anonymi 1470, envious of Dunstan 1, tried to influence as many as they could to join in persecuting him. They tainted even Edmund 14 and got him to believe their lies. Whilst the court was at Cheddar, Dunstan 1 was banned. An embassy form the eastern kingdom (Anonymi 1471) was present at court and Dunstan 1 went to them asking for help. They sympathised with him and promised he should have everything their kingdom had to offer.: B.VitDunstani  13
Hunting (1)
 Edmund 14.hunting: Edmund 14 went out with his men (Anonymi 1472) to enjoy the hunt as usual. They competed to race down different sylvan tracks.: B.VitDunstani  14
Imprisonment (1)
 Edmund 14.puttung Wulfstan 14 into prison: Wulfstan 14 made Edmund 14 justifiably angry by his obstinate policies; for he favoured the Danes when they were in revolt against the king, and so provoked that placid and kindly soul that he threw him into prison. But he soon repented of what he had done, and out of respect for his clerical status let him go scot-free.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.114
Indicating bounds (1)
 Edmund 14-Olaf 3.peace: In 939 king Olaf 3 first came to York, and then, marching south, besieged Northampton. But accomplishing nothing there, he turned his army to Tamworth and ravaged everything round about it. When he reached Leicester on his return, king Edmund 14 met him with an army. There was no severe fighting, for the two archbishops, Oda 3 and Wulfstan 14, reconciled the kings to one another and put an end to the battle. When peace had thus been made, the Watling Street was the boundary of each kingdom. Edmund 14 held the part to the south, Olaf 3 kingdom to the north.: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  84 (939)
Intercession/mediation (1)
 Edmund 14-Olaf 3.peace: In 939 king Olaf 3 first came to York, and then, marching south, besieged Northampton. But accomplishing nothing there, he turned his army to Tamworth and ravaged everything round about it. When he reached Leicester on his return, king Edmund 14 met him with an army. There was no severe fighting, for the two archbishops, Oda 3 and Wulfstan 14, reconciled the kings to one another and put an end to the battle. When peace had thus been made, the Watling Street was the boundary of each kingdom. Edmund 14 held the part to the south, Olaf 3 kingdom to the north.: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  84 (939)
Invitation (1)
 Edmund 14.summoning Dunstan 1: Edmund 14 ordered Dunstan 1 to appear before him, intending that he should be numbered among the chosen royal magnates at his court. Dunstan 1 obeyed and lived long with the great in the royal palace, despite difficulties.: B.VitDunstani  13
Journey (1)
 Æthelstan 18-Edmund 14.return to the land of the West Saxons: The brothers [sc. Æthelstan 18 and Edmund 14] returned together to their native country, the land of the West Saxons.: ASC  937.57-9 ACD, <937> B, 938 G(p. 86)
Killing/murder (6)
 Anonymous 509.killing Edmund 14: A wicked thief (Anonymous 509) killed Edmund 14.: B.VitDunstani  19
 Dunstan 1.vision of spirit carrying message: Dunstan 1 saw an unknown, perhaps devil, perhaps spirit, carrying a long scroll covered with writing. When Dunstan 1 asked who he was, the man replied that he was from the eastern kingdom and he carried a private message for Edmund 14. When he was announced tot he king, he was nowhere to be found. On the same day Edmund 14 was killed by a treacherous assassin.: B.VitDunstani  33
 Edmund 14.death: Edmund 14 was cruelly murdered.: Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  10
 Edmund 14.killing: King Edmund 14 was killed.: Anon.LiberEliensis  I.42 (946)
 Leofa 1.stabbing to death of Edmund 14: Leofa 1 stabbed Edmund 14 at Pucklechurch.: ASC (DEF)  946 D, 948 EF(OE and Lat.) (946)
 Æthelstan 18-Edmund 14-Anonymi 1553.killing of Anonymi 1554: They [sc. Æthelstan 18, Edmund 14 and Anonymi 1553] slew five kings and seven eorlas (Anonymi 1554) [F(Lat.) adds: of the companions (Anonymi 1555) of Olaf 3] there [sc. at Brunanburh].: ASC (DEF)  938 F(OE and Lat.) (937)
Kingdom - accession to (4)
 Edmund 14.accession to kingdom: Edmund 14 acceded to the kingdom.: ASC (DEF)  940 EF(OE and Lat.) (940)
 Edmund 14.campaign against Scotland: When Æthelstan 18 died his brother Edmund 14 succeeded the kingdom, again gathered a great army and hastened to Scotland.: Symeonof Durham.HistoriadeSanctoCuthberto  28
 Edmund 14.death: In 948 king Edmund 14 was killed and his brother Eadred 16 received the kingdom.: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  85 (948)
 Æthelstan 18.death: In 939 king Æthelstan 18 died, and his brother Edmund 14 succeeded him in the kingdom.: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  84 (939)
Law-making/legislation (5)
 Edgar 11.law making I: This is the ordinance concerning the administration of the hundred.: Edgar.Laws   
 Edmund 14.law making I: King Edmund 14 has convened at London, during the holy season of Easter, a great assembly both of the ecclesiastical and secular estates. Archbishop Oda 1 and Archbishop Wulfstan 14 and many other bishops have there been taking counsel for the welfare of their own souls and the souls of those who have been placed under their charge.: Edmund.Laws   
 Edmund 14.law making II: I, King Edmund 14, inform all the people, both high and low, who are under my authority, that I have been considering, with the advice of my councillors both ecclesiastical and lay, first of all how I could best promote Christianity.: Edmund.Laws   
 Edmund 14.law making III: These are the provisions for the preservation of public peace and the swearing of allegiance which have been instituted at Colyton by King Edmund 14 and his bishops, together with his councillors.: Edmund.Laws   
 Æthelred 32.law making VIII: In the year 1014 after the incarnation of our Lord Jesus Christ. This is one of the ordinances which the English king drew up with the advice of his councillors. But let us do what the secular authorities of old wisely decreed - Æthelstan 18 and Edmund 14 and Edgar 11, who came last - how they honoured God and kept his law and rendered tribute to him, as long as they lived.: Æthelred.Laws    (1014)
Lease (3)
 Edmund 14.S467 leasing land to Eadric 8: King Edmund to Eadric 8, minister; lease, for four lives, of 4 hides (mansae) at Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucs.: S467    (940)
 Edmund 14.S509 granting land to Æthelnoth: King Edmund 14 to Æthelnoth 23, his minister; grant or lease of 5 hides (mansae) at North Wootton, Somerset, burdened with annual renders to Glastonbury, St Mary's: S509    (946)
 S467 - Edmund 14 granting land to Eadric 8: King Edmund 14 to Eadric 8, minister; lease, for four lives, of 4 hides (mansae) at Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucs.: S467    (940)
Miracle (3)
 Dunstan 1.vision of evil spirit: While Dunstan 1 was accompanying Edmund 14 on a round of his properties, Dunstan 1 saw the Devil running about among the king's trumpeters. He was riding next to Æthelstan 37, who could not see the evil spirit. Dunstan 1 told him to sign his eyes with the sign of the cross. Immediately after Æthelstan 37 saw the enemy of God leaping around.: B.VitDunstani  31
 Edmund 14.miracle of horse and precipice: While Edmund 14 was hunting a stag, he came to a precipice. He tried to stop his horse, but it was only when he prayed and promised to make up to Dunstan 1 with all good grace that the beast stopped and Edmund 14's life was spared.: B.VitDunstani  14
 Edmund 14.translating relics of famous saints to Glastonbury: Many of the early English saints were discovered by King Edmund 14 on his northern expedition, disinterred, and sent to Glastonbury, among them: Hild 1, abbess of the monastery once called Streneshalh and now Whitby - Bede 1 in his History rated her highly; also Ceolfrith 1, abbot of Monkwearmoth, to whom the same Bede 1 devoted a special book. He died at Langres, on extremely old age, while on his way to Rome, but later brought back. Also some of the bones of Aidan 1, first bishop of Lindisfarne. His other bones were taken by Colmán 1 to Scottia; Bede 1 is again our authority. Praise is given at Glastonbury to the confessor Benignus 1, a local hermit, whose remarkable miracles inspired the monks nearby to venerate and translate him. In the house [of Glastonbury] are buried King Edmund 14, the renewer of the place, and his son King Edgar 11, who, remembering his father with gratitude, crowned his gifts with the grant of expensive properties.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.91.8-9
Oath-swearing/fealty (3)
 Edmund 14.S508 granting land to Æthelhere 9: King Edmund 14 to Æthelhere 9, his faithful minister; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Weston near Bath, Somerset, on condition that he and his heirs remain faithful to Edmund 14 until the king's death and thereafter transfer their loyalty to a designated friend (amicus) of the king: S508    (945)
 Edmund 14.law making III: These are the provisions for the preservation of public peace and the swearing of allegiance which have been instituted at Colyton by King Edmund 14 and his bishops, together with his councillors.: Edmund.Laws   
 S508 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelhere 9: King Edmund 14 to Æthelhere 9, his faithful minister; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Weston near Bath, Somerset, on condition that he and his heirs remain faithful to Edmund 14 until the king's death and thereafter transfer their loyalty to a designated friend (amicus) of the king [Anonymous 781]: S508    (946)
Ordering (1)
 Edmund 14.summoning Dunstan 1: Edmund 14 ordered Dunstan 1 to appear before him, intending that he should be numbered among the chosen royal magnates at his court. Dunstan 1 obeyed and lived long with the great in the royal palace, despite difficulties.: B.VitDunstani  13
Patronage (1)
 Edmund 14.summoning Dunstan 1: Edmund 14 ordered Dunstan 1 to appear before him, intending that he should be numbered among the chosen royal magnates at his court. Dunstan 1 obeyed and lived long with the great in the royal palace, despite difficulties.: B.VitDunstani  13
Peace agreement (1)
 Edmund 14-Olaf 3.peace: In 939 king Olaf 3 first came to York, and then, marching south, besieged Northampton. But accomplishing nothing there, he turned his army to Tamworth and ravaged everything round about it. When he reached Leicester on his return, king Edmund 14 met him with an army. There was no severe fighting, for the two archbishops, Oda 3 and Wulfstan 14, reconciled the kings to one another and put an end to the battle. When peace had thus been made, the Watling Street was the boundary of each kingdom. Edmund 14 held the part to the south, Olaf 3 kingdom to the north.: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  84 (939)
Pilgrimage (1)
 Edmund 14.translating relics of famous saints to Glastonbury: Many of the early English saints were discovered by King Edmund 14 on his northern expedition, disinterred, and sent to Glastonbury, among them: Hild 1, abbess of the monastery once called Streneshalh and now Whitby - Bede 1 in his History rated her highly; also Ceolfrith 1, abbot of Monkwearmoth, to whom the same Bede 1 devoted a special book. He died at Langres, on extremely old age, while on his way to Rome, but later brought back. Also some of the bones of Aidan 1, first bishop of Lindisfarne. His other bones were taken by Colmán 1 to Scottia; Bede 1 is again our authority. Praise is given at Glastonbury to the confessor Benignus 1, a local hermit, whose remarkable miracles inspired the monks nearby to venerate and translate him. In the house [of Glastonbury] are buried King Edmund 14, the renewer of the place, and his son King Edgar 11, who, remembering his father with gratitude, crowned his gifts with the grant of expensive properties.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.91.8-9
Praying (2)
 Edmund 14-Dunstan 1.reconciliation: Edmund 14 summoned Dunstan 1 and told him to get a horse ready to follow the king. They went to Glastonbury and prayed there together in the church. Edmund 14 wiped floods of tears from his eyes, grasped Dunstan 1's hand, kissed it and made him abbot of Glastonbury.: B.VitDunstani  14
 Edmund 14.miracle of horse and precipice: While Edmund 14 was hunting a stag, he came to a precipice. He tried to stop his horse, but it was only when he prayed and promised to make up to Dunstan 1 with all good grace that the beast stopped and Edmund 14's life was spared.: B.VitDunstani  14
Promise (1)
 Edmund 14.miracle of horse and precipice: While Edmund 14 was hunting a stag, he came to a precipice. He tried to stop his horse, but it was only when he prayed and promised to make up to Dunstan 1 with all good grace that the beast stopped and Edmund 14's life was spared.: B.VitDunstani  14
Property-buying/purchasing (3)
 Edmund 14.S500 selling land to Ordwulf 3: King Edmund 14 to Ordwulf 3, his minister; grant of 8 hides (mansae) at Brimpton, Berks., in return for 90 mancuses of purest gold: S500    (944)
 Ordwulf 3.S500 purchasing land from Edmund 14: Ordwulf 3, minister, from Edmund 14; purchase of 8 hides (mansae) at Brimpton, Berks., in return for 90 mancuses of purest gold: S500    (944)
 Æthelstan 26.purchasing land from Edmund 14 S498: Æthelstan 26 from King Edmund 14; purchase of 2 hides (mansae) at Brampford Speke, Devon, with 80 mancuses of gold: S498    (944)
Property-exchanging (8)
 Edmund 14.S1458 exchanging with Ælfstan 36: King Edmund 14 to Ælfstan 36; grant of 6 sulungs at Wouldham, Kent, in return for 120 mancuses of gold and 30 pounds. Nearly all of this money had been given to Ælfstan 36 by his son, Ælfheah 41.: S1458    (939 x 946)
 Edmund 14.S500 selling land to Ordwulf 3: King Edmund 14 to Ordwulf 3, his minister; grant of 8 hides (mansae) at Brimpton, Berks., in return for 90 mancuses of purest gold: S500    (944)
 Edmund 14.S505 selling land to Æthelnoth 24: King Edmund 14 to Æthelnoth 24, his presbyter: grant of a monastic dwelling (mansio) at Basing and 2 hides (cassati) at Lickpit, with appurtenant woodland at Oakridge and further appurtenances at Binfields, and at Middesellum (all Hants., except perhaps Middesellum), in return for 50 solidi of gold: S505    (945)
 Edmund 14.selling land to Æthelstan 26 S498: King Edmund 14 to Æthelstan 26, his faithful comes; grant of 2 hides (mansae) at Brampford Speke, Devon, in return for 80 mancuses of gold: S498    (944)
 Ordwulf 3.S500 purchasing land from Edmund 14: Ordwulf 3, minister, from Edmund 14; purchase of 8 hides (mansae) at Brimpton, Berks., in return for 90 mancuses of purest gold: S500    (944)
 Ælfstan 36.S1458 exchanging with Edmund 14: King Edmund 14 to Ælfstan 36; grant of 6 sulungs at Wouldham, Kent, in return for 120 mancuses of gold and 30 pounds. Nearly all of this money had been given to Ælfstan 36 by his son, Ælfheah 41.: S1458    (939 x 946)
 Æthelnoth 24.S505 purchasing land from Edmund 14: Æthelnoth 24, presbyter, from King Edmund 14: grant of a monastic dwelling (mansio) at Basing and 2 hides (cassati) at Lickpit, with appurtenant woodland at Oakridge and further appurtenances at Binfields, and at Middesellum (all Hants., except perhaps Middesellum), in return for 50 solidi of gold: S505    (945)
 Æthelstan 26.purchasing land from Edmund 14 S498: Æthelstan 26 from King Edmund 14; purchase of 2 hides (mansae) at Brampford Speke, Devon, with 80 mancuses of gold: S498    (944)
Property-giving/selling (8)
 Edmund 14.S1458 exchanging with Ælfstan 36: King Edmund 14 to Ælfstan 36; grant of 6 sulungs at Wouldham, Kent, in return for 120 mancuses of gold and 30 pounds. Nearly all of this money had been given to Ælfstan 36 by his son, Ælfheah 41.: S1458    (939 x 946)
 Edmund 14.S505 selling land to Æthelnoth 24: King Edmund 14 to Æthelnoth 24, his presbyter: grant of a monastic dwelling (mansio) at Basing and 2 hides (cassati) at Lickpit, with appurtenant woodland at Oakridge and further appurtenances at Binfields, and at Middesellum (all Hants., except perhaps Middesellum), in return for 50 solidi of gold: S505    (945)
 Edmund 14.selling land to Æthelstan 26 S498: King Edmund 14 to Æthelstan 26, his faithful comes; grant of 2 hides (mansae) at Brampford Speke, Devon, in return for 80 mancuses of gold: S498    (944)
 S498 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelstan 26: King Edmund 14 to Æthelstan 26, his faithful comes; grant of 2 hides (mansae) at Brampford Speke, Devon, in return for 80 mancuses of gold: S498    (944)
 S500 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ordwulf 3: King Edmund 14 to Ordwulf 3, his minister; grant of 8 hides (mansae) at Brimpton, Berks., in return for 90 mancuses of purest gold: S500    (944)
 S505 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelnoth 24: King Edmund 14 to Æthelnoth 24, his presbyter: grant of a monastic dwelling (mansio) at Basing and 2 hides (cassati) at Lickpit, with appurtenant woodland at Oakridge and further appurtenances at Binfields, and at Middesellum (all Hants., except perhaps Middesellum), in return for 50 solidi of gold: S505    (945)
 Ælfstan 36.S1458 exchanging with Edmund 14: King Edmund 14 to Ælfstan 36; grant of 6 sulungs at Wouldham, Kent, in return for 120 mancuses of gold and 30 pounds. Nearly all of this money had been given to Ælfstan 36 by his son, Ælfheah 41.: S1458    (939 x 946)
 Æthelnoth 24.S505 purchasing land from Edmund 14: Æthelnoth 24, presbyter, from King Edmund 14: grant of a monastic dwelling (mansio) at Basing and 2 hides (cassati) at Lickpit, with appurtenant woodland at Oakridge and further appurtenances at Binfields, and at Middesellum (all Hants., except perhaps Middesellum), in return for 50 solidi of gold: S505    (945)
Raiding (2)
 Edmund 14-Olaf 3.peace: In 939 king Olaf 3 first came to York, and then, marching south, besieged Northampton. But accomplishing nothing there, he turned his army to Tamworth and ravaged everything round about it. When he reached Leicester on his return, king Edmund 14 met him with an army. There was no severe fighting, for the two archbishops, Oda 3 and Wulfstan 14, reconciled the kings to one another and put an end to the battle. When peace had thus been made, the Watling Street was the boundary of each kingdom. Edmund 14 held the part to the south, Olaf 3 kingdom to the north.: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  84 (939)
 Edmund 14.harrying of land of Cumbrians: Here Edmund 14 harried all the land of the Cumbrians [F(OE) substitutes: Cumberland; F(Lat.): Cumbria].: ASC  945 ACDEF(OE and Lat.)G, <945> B (945)
Reconciliation (2)
 Edmund 14-Dunstan 1.reconciliation: Edmund 14 summoned Dunstan 1 and told him to get a horse ready to follow the king. They went to Glastonbury and prayed there together in the church. Edmund 14 wiped floods of tears from his eyes, grasped Dunstan 1's hand, kissed it and made him abbot of Glastonbury.: B.VitDunstani  14
 Edmund 14-Olaf 3.peace: In 939 king Olaf 3 first came to York, and then, marching south, besieged Northampton. But accomplishing nothing there, he turned his army to Tamworth and ravaged everything round about it. When he reached Leicester on his return, king Edmund 14 met him with an army. There was no severe fighting, for the two archbishops, Oda 3 and Wulfstan 14, reconciled the kings to one another and put an end to the battle. When peace had thus been made, the Watling Street was the boundary of each kingdom. Edmund 14 held the part to the south, Olaf 3 kingdom to the north.: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  84 (939)
Relics-incorrupt preservation/placing in reliquary/requesting/translating (1)
 Edmund 14.translating relics of famous saints to Glastonbury: Many of the early English saints were discovered by King Edmund 14 on his northern expedition, disinterred, and sent to Glastonbury, among them: Hild 1, abbess of the monastery once called Streneshalh and now Whitby - Bede 1 in his History rated her highly; also Ceolfrith 1, abbot of Monkwearmoth, to whom the same Bede 1 devoted a special book. He died at Langres, on extremely old age, while on his way to Rome, but later brought back. Also some of the bones of Aidan 1, first bishop of Lindisfarne. His other bones were taken by Colmán 1 to Scottia; Bede 1 is again our authority. Praise is given at Glastonbury to the confessor Benignus 1, a local hermit, whose remarkable miracles inspired the monks nearby to venerate and translate him. In the house [of Glastonbury] are buried King Edmund 14, the renewer of the place, and his son King Edgar 11, who, remembering his father with gratitude, crowned his gifts with the grant of expensive properties.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.91.8-9
Residence (1)
 Edmund 14.summoning Dunstan 1: Edmund 14 ordered Dunstan 1 to appear before him, intending that he should be numbered among the chosen royal magnates at his court. Dunstan 1 obeyed and lived long with the great in the royal palace, despite difficulties.: B.VitDunstani  13
Restoration of land/property (6)
 Edmund 14-Eadred 16-Eadwig 4.S477 granting land to Canterbury, Christ Church 1: King Edmund 14, with Eadred 16 his brother and Eadwig 4 his son, to Canterbury, Christ Church 1; restoration of land at Twickenham, Middx; Preston near Faversham, Wingham, Swarling, Bossington, Graveney and Ulcombe, Kent; with reference to grant by King Æthelstan 18 to Canterbury, Christ Church 1 of land at Tarring, Sussex: S477    (941)
 Edmund 14-Eadred 16-Eadwig 4.S515 restoring land to Canterbury, Christ Church 1: Kings Edmund 14, Eadred 16 and Eadwig 4 to Canterbury, Christ Church 1; restoration of land at Twickenham, Middlesex; Preston, Ealdingtun (? Monkton in Thanet), Swarling, Wingham, Kent; Graveney, Bossington, Ulcombe and Tarring, Sussex: S515    (946)
 Edmund 14.S485 granting land to Wynnflæd 2: King Edmund 14 to Wynnflæd 2, a nun; restoration and confirmation of 7 hides (mansae) at Cheselbourne, Dorset, and grant of a further 8 hides there; with note, in English, of grant to Wynnflæd 2 of land in Winterbourne Tomson, Dorset: S485    (942)
 S477 - Edmund 14, Eadred 16, Eadwig 4 restoring land to Canterbury, Christ Church: King Edmund 14, with Eadred 16 his brother and Eadwig 4 his son, to Canterbury, Christ Church; restoration of land at Twickenham, Middx; Preston near Faversham, Wingham, Swarling, Bossington, Graveney and Ulcombe, Kent: S477    (941)
 S485 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wynnflæd 2: King Edmund 14 to Wynnflæd 2, a nun; restoration and confirmation of 7 hides (mansae) at Cheselbourne, Dorset, and grant of a further 8 hides there: S485    (942)
 S515 - Edmund 14, Eadred 16, Eadwig 4 restoring land to Canterbury, Christ Church: Kings Edmund 14, Eadred 16 and Eadwig 4 to Canterbury, Christ Church; restoration of land at Twickenham, Middlesex; Preston, Ealdingtun (? Monkton in Thanet), Swarling, Wingham, Kent; Graveney, Bossington, Ulcombe and Tarring, Sussex: S515    (946)
Siege (2)
 Edmund 14-Olaf 3.peace: In 939 king Olaf 3 first came to York, and then, marching south, besieged Northampton. But accomplishing nothing there, he turned his army to Tamworth and ravaged everything round about it. When he reached Leicester on his return, king Edmund 14 met him with an army. There was no severe fighting, for the two archbishops, Oda 3 and Wulfstan 14, reconciled the kings to one another and put an end to the battle. When peace had thus been made, the Watling Street was the boundary of each kingdom. Edmund 14 held the part to the south, Olaf 3 kingdom to the north.: NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  84 (939)
 Edmund 14.siege of Olaf 4 and Wulfstan 14 at Leicester: Here Edmund 14 besieged Olaf 4 and Wulfstan 14 at Leicester.: ASC (DEF)  943 D (940)
Submission (1)
 Wulfstan 14-Anonymous 924.causing of submission of Ragnald 2 and Olaf 4 to Edmund 6: Wulfstan 14 and the dux of the Mercians (Anonymous 924) caused Ragnald 2 and Olaf 4 to submit to the king [sc. Edmund 14].: Æthelweard.Chron  iv.6 (944)
Factoids linked indirectly to Edmund 14 (390)
Office (386)
Abbot of Edmund 14 (1)
 Dunstan 1: S466   
Archbishop of Edmund 14 (1)
 Wulfstan 14: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.114
Bishop of Edmund 14 (2)
 Ælfric 31: S495   
 Alfred 42: S506    (bishop of Selsey)
Man of Edmund 14 (1)
 Eadwulf 33: S459   
Minister of Edmund 14 (19)
 Ælfsige 25: S461   
 Ælfswith 3: S462   
 Æthelgeard 2: S463   
 Eadric 8: S467   
 Wulfric 22: S471   
 Wulfric 23: S472   
 Ælfheah 21: S475   
 Æthelnoth 23: S476   
 Æthelgeard 2: S488   
 Eadric 8: S491   
 Ælfheah 22: S494   
 Ordwulf 3: S500   
 Sigeric 7: S501   
 Wulfgar 11: S502   
 Wulfric 23: S504   
 Æthelhere 9: S508   
 Æthelnoth 23: S509   
 Æthelgeard 2: S511   
 Wilfric 1: S1731   
Moneyer of Edmund 14 (352)
 Abenel 9: EMC Coin  1034.0277 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Abenel 9: EMC Coin  1006.02 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ælfhun 8: EMC Coin  1034.0356 (N 693.1 (Two-Line (H): HP 2))
 Alfred 92: EMC Coin  1006.0201 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ælfric 202: EMC Coin  1034.0278 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ælfric 202: EMC Coin  1030.0349 (N 692 (Two-Line (H): HC 1))
 Ælfstan 110: EMC Coin  1034.047 (N 701 (Rosette / Horizontal Rosette))
 Ælfstan 110: EMC Coin  1034.0426 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Ælfstan 110: EMC Coin  1034.0279 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ælfweald 22: EMC Coin  1034.0282 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ælfweald 22: EMC Coin  1034.0403 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Ælfweald 22: EMC Coin  1034.0402 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Ælfweald 22: EMC Coin  1034.028 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ælfweald 22: EMC Coin  1034.0283 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ælfweald 22: EMC Coin  1034.0281 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ælfweald 22: EMC Coin  1009.0353 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Ælfweald 22: EMC Coin  1001.0582 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Ælfweard 72: EMC Coin  1034.0376 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ælfwine 165: EMC Coin  1006.0211 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Æthelhelm 28: EMC Coin  1034.0496 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Æthelhelm 28: EMC Coin  1006.0202 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Æthelmod 19: EMC Coin  1034.0474 (N 703 (Floral 'a'))
 Æthelmund 31: EMC Coin  1050.023 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Æthelmund 31: EMC Coin  1034.0286 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Æthelweard 73: EMC Coin  1021.0999 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Æthelwine 112: EMC Coin  1034.0349 (N 690 (Two-Line (H) [var HB 1]))
 Æthelwulf 47: EMC Coin  1958.0002 (Edmund (no further details))
 Æthelwulf 47: EMC Coin  1034.0406 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Aithard 3: EMC Coin  1030.0348 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Aithard 3: EMC Coin  1034.0374 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Aithard 3: EMC Coin  1034.0375 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Amund 4: EMC Coin  1034.0404 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Amund 4: EMC Coin  1034.0405 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Amund 4: EMC Coin  1034.0469 (N 701 (Rosette / Horizontal Rosette))
 Anuger 1: EMC Coin  2008.0234 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 Ari 4: EMC Coin  1036.0176 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ari 4: EMC Coin  1009.0342 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Arnulf 8: EMC Coin  1034.0284 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Osfrith 37: EMC Coin  1034.0323 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Osfrith 37: EMC Coin  1034.0324 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Oslac 21: EMC Coin  1034.0465 (N 695.2 (Two-Line (H): HR 1 var b))
 Osulf 17: EMC Coin  1034.0378 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Osulf 17: EMC Coin  1034.0439 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Osulf 17: EMC Coin  1006.0217 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Osulf 17: EMC Coin  1016.0159 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Baciager 2: EMC Coin  1042.0779 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Baciager 2: EMC Coin  1034.0379 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Baldric 7: EMC Coin  1034.0492 (N 704 (Bust Crowned [cross crosslet rev.]))
 Baldwin 20: EMC Coin  2001.1188 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Baldwin 20: EMC Coin  1034.0347 (N 696 (Two-Line (H) halfpenny))
 Baldwin 20: EMC Coin  1006.0203 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Barbe 2: EMC Coin  1034.0475 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 Baro 1: EMC Coin  1034.0472 (N 699 (Circumscription Cross))
 Benedict 15: EMC Coin  2000.0376 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Benedict 15: EMC Coin  1034.038 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Benedict 15: EMC Coin  1034.0381 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Beorhtfrith 22: EMC Coin  1006.0205 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Beorhthelm 46: EMC Coin  1034.0289 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Beorhthelm 46: EMC Coin  1034.0352 (N 689 (Two-Line (H) [var HP 1]))
 Beorhtræd 10: EMC Coin  2007.0168 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Beorhtræd 10: EMC Coin  2007.0261 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Beorhtræd 10: EMC Coin  1009.0343 (N 695.3 (Two-Line (H): O/HT 2))
 Beorhtsige 39: EMC Coin  1034.0295 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Beorhtwig 8: EMC Coin  1034.0291 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Beorhtwig 8: EMC Coin  1034.029 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Beorhtwulf 24: EMC Coin  1977.8419 (N 696 (Two-Line (H) halfpenny))
 Beorhtwulf 24: EMC Coin  1034.0294 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Beornheard 22: EMC Coin  2007.0044 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Beornheard 22: EMC Coin  1050.0231 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Beornheard 22: EMC Coin  1034.0296 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Beornheard 22: EMC Coin  1004.0722 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Beornheard 22: EMC Coin  1006.0204 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Beornsige 4: EMC Coin  1034.0292 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Beornweald 4: EMC Coin  1034.0297 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Beornweald 4: EMC Coin  1034.0411 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Beornweald 4: EMC Coin  1006.0206 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Besel 1: EMC Coin  1034.0293 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Beso 2: EMC Coin  1002.0647 (N 704 (Bust Crowned [cross crosslet rev.]))
 Boia 33: EMC Coin  1034.0408 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Boia 33: EMC Coin  1034.0407 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Bruning 20: EMC Coin  1034.048 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 Ceolbeorht 1: EMC Coin  1034.0298 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Cnapa 7: EMC Coin  1034.0413 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Cenberht 9: EMC Coin  1988.0159 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Cenberht 9: EMC Coin  1034.0412 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Deorhelm 1: EMC Coin  1042.078 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Deorhelm 1: EMC Coin  1034.0299 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Deorweald 5: EMC Coin  1034.0358 (N 692 (Two-Line (H): HC 1))
 Deorwulf 8: EMC Coin  1007.0309 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Deorwulf 16: EMC Coin  1034.0418 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Deorwulf 16: EMC Coin  1034.0416 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Deorwulf 16: EMC Coin  1006.0212 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Deorwulf 16: EMC Coin  1005.0049 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Dominic 5: EMC Coin  1042.0781 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Dominic 5: EMC Coin  1034.0385 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Dominic 5: EMC Coin  1034.0414 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Dominic 5: EMC Coin  1300.0358 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Dregl 1: EMC Coin  1048.0896 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Dregl 1: EMC Coin  1034.0387 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Dregl 1: EMC Coin  1034.0386 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Dudelet 1: EMC Coin  1034.03 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Duding 6: EMC Coin  1034.0301 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Durand 8: EMC Coin  1034.0388 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Durand 8: EMC Coin  1034.0419 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Edgar 28: EMC Coin  1996.0208 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 Edgar 28: EMC Coin  1020.0786 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 Edmund 37: EMC Coin  1050.0233 (N 692.3 (Two-Line (H) [HM var a (HQ 1)]))
 Edmund 55: EMC Coin  1988.016 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Edmund 55: EMC Coin  1034.042 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Edmund 55: EMC Coin  1034.0421 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Edmund 55: EMC Coin  1001.0583 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Edmund 55: EMC Coin  1017.0148 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Eadred 36: EMC Coin  1034.0362 (N 693 (Two-Line (H): HC 2))
 Eadred 36: EMC Coin  1034.0359 (N 692 (Two-Line (H): HC 1))
 Eadred 36: EMC Coin  1034.0353 (N 689 (Two-Line (H) [var HP 1]))
 Eadred 36: EMC Coin  1034.0363 (N 693 (Two-Line (H): HC 2))
 Eadred 36: EMC Coin  1034.0364 (N 695.4 (Two-Line (H): O/HC 2))
 Eadred 36: EMC Coin  1029.0459 (N 693 (Two-Line (H): HC 2))
 Eadred 36: EMC Coin  1029.0458 (N 688.1 (Two-Line (H) [var HTP 1]))
 Eadstan 21: EMC Coin  1034.0422 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Eadstan 21: EMC Coin  1034.0423 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Edward 49: EMC Coin  1034.0467 (N 694 (Two-Line (H): HM var e))
 Edward 49: EMC Coin  1034.0468 (N 694 (Two-Line (H): HM var e))
 Eardwulf 25: EMC Coin  1034.0302 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ecgberht 30: EMC Coin  1009.0344 (N 692 (Two-Line (H): HC 1))
 Ecgred 2: EMC Coin  1034.0425 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Ecgred 2: EMC Coin  1034.0424 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Eoferheard 6: EMC Coin  1034.043 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Eoferheard 6: EMC Coin  1036.0177 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Eoferheard 6: EMC Coin  1034.0429 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Eoferheard 6: EMC Coin  1004.0725 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Eofermund 6: EMC Coin  1034.0427 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Eofermund 6: EMC Coin  1017.0149 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Eofermund 6: EMC Coin  1021.1 (N 694.1 (Two-Line (H): HM var d))
 Eoferwulf 5: EMC Coin  1034.0304 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Eoferwulf 5: EMC Coin  1034.0303 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ercenbald 1: EMC Coin  1034.0486 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 Ercenbald 1: EMC Coin  1034.0485 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 Ercenbald 1: EMC Coin  1002.0648 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 Ericil 1: EMC Coin  1034.0305 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Eut 1: EMC Coin  1006.0207 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Farmann 8: EMC Coin  1034.0428 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Farmann 8: EMC Coin  1009.0345 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Folcard 12: EMC Coin  1034.0389 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Folcrad 2: EMC Coin  1001.0584 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Folcrad 2: EMC Coin  1004.0724 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Fredard 3: EMC Coin  1997.0129 (Edmund or Eadred (no further details))
 Fredard 3: EMC Coin  2000.0366 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 Fredard 3: EMC Coin  1050.0239 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 Fredard 3: EMC Coin  1034.0487 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 Fredard 3: EMC Coin  1034.0488 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 Fredard 3: EMC Coin  1001.0588 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 Fredard 3: EMC Coin  1004.072 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 Fredard 3: EMC Coin  1030.035 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 Fredard 3: EMC Coin  1020.0785 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 Frithuric 11: EMC Coin  1004.0723 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Fugol 4: EMC Coin  1034.039 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Fugol 4: EMC Coin  1034.0391 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Fugol 4: EMC Coin  1002.0649 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 Giongbeald 2: EMC Coin  2006.001 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 Giongbeald 2: EMC Coin  1034.0476 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 Gip 1: EMC Coin  1034.0306 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Goda 37: EMC Coin  2000.0367 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Goda 37: EMC Coin  1034.0393 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Goda 37: EMC Coin  1034.0392 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Godman 25: EMC Coin  1034.0382 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Grimweald 2: EMC Coin  1001.0585 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 GS 1: EMC Coin  1034.0307 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Gundfred 2: EMC Coin  1034.0308 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Gundfred 2: EMC Coin  1034.0309 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Gundfred 2: EMC Coin  1006.0214 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Heremod 12: EMC Coin  1034.031 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Heremod 12: EMC Coin  1002.0646 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Heremod 12: EMC Coin  1030.0346 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Herewig 2: EMC Coin  1034.0311 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Regther 4: EMC Coin  1034.0444 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Hrothgar 3: EMC Coin  1986.0062 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 Hrothgar 3: EMC Coin  1996.0207 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 Hrothgar 3: EMC Coin  2007.0191 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 Hrothgar 3: EMC Coin  2008.0318 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 Hrothgar 3: EMC Coin  1004.0717 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 Hrothgar 3: EMC Coin  1004.0718 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 Hrothgar 7: EMC Coin  1029.0461 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Hunlaf 9: EMC Coin  1034.036 (N 692 (Two-Line (H): HC 1))
 Hunsige 3: EMC Coin  1984.0014 (N 688.1 (Two-Line (H) [var HTP 1]))
 Hunsige 3: EMC Coin  1034.0354 (N 689 (Two-Line (H) [var HP 1]))
 Hunsige 3: EMC Coin  1002.064 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ifa 4: EMC Coin  1050.0236 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ifa 4: EMC Coin  1034.0313 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ifa 4: EMC Coin  1034.0314 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Igere 2: EMC Coin  1034.0312 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ingalger 5: EMC Coin  1009.0347 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ingalger 5: EMC Coin  1009.0346 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ingalger 5: EMC Coin  1021.1002 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ingalger 5: EMC Coin  1021.1001 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ingalger 5: EMC Coin  1024.0939 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ingalger 5: EMC Coin  1004.0727 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ingalger 7: EMC Coin  1048.0897 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ingalger 7: EMC Coin  1034.0372 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ingalger 7: EMC Coin  1034.0365 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ingalger 7: EMC Coin  1034.0373 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ingalger 7: EMC Coin  1034.0371 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ingalger 7: EMC Coin  1034.037 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ingalger 7: EMC Coin  1034.0369 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ingalger 7: EMC Coin  1034.0368 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ingalger 7: EMC Coin  1034.0367 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ingalger 7: EMC Coin  1034.0366 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ingalger 7: EMC Coin  1001.0586 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ingalger 7: EMC Coin  1006.0199 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ingalger 7: EMC Coin  1004.0726 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ingalger 7: EMC Coin  1029.0464 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ingalger 7: EMC Coin  1029.0463 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ingalger 7: EMC Coin  1029.0462 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ingalger 7: EMC Coin  1050.0235 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ingalger 7: EMC Coin  1002.0641 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Eoroth 2: EMC Coin  1050.0234 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Eoroth 6: EMC Coin  1029.046 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Clac 10: EMC Coin  1034.0384 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Clac 10: EMC Coin  1034.0383 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Clac 10: EMC Coin  1034.0484 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 Clac 10: EMC Coin  1034.0482 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 Clac 10: EMC Coin  1034.0481 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 Clac 10: EMC Coin  1034.0483 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 Clac 10: EMC Coin  1009.0358 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 Landwine 1: EMC Coin  1034.0315 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Leofing 53: EMC Coin  1986.6317 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Leofing 53: EMC Coin  1034.0318 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Leofing 53: EMC Coin  1004.0729 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Leofric 126: EMC Coin  1034.0316 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Leofric 126: EMC Coin  1009.0348 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Leofric 126: EMC Coin  1004.0728 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Lytelman 4: EMC Coin  1034.0394 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Mældomen 2: EMC Coin  1034.0432 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Man 26: EMC Coin  1026.1117 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 Man 43: EMC Coin  1034.0355 (N 689 (Two-Line (H) [var HP 1]))
 Man 43: EMC Coin  1034.0466 (N 702 (Two-Line (H)))
 Man 43: EMC Coin  1034.0437 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Man 43: EMC Coin  1034.0436 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Man 43: EMC Coin  1034.0398 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Man 43: EMC Coin  1034.0397 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Man 43: EMC Coin  1034.0395 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Man 43: EMC Coin  1034.0322 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Man 43: EMC Coin  1034.032 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Man 43: EMC Coin  1034.0396 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Man 43: EMC Coin  1009.0349 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Man 43: EMC Coin  1002.0642 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Man 43: EMC Coin  1006.0208 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Man 43: EMC Coin  1027.1629 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Man 43: EMC Coin  1027.1631 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Man 43: EMC Coin  1027.1628 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Man 43: EMC Coin  1027.163 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Man 43: EMC Coin  1027.1632 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Man 43: EMC Coin  1027.1633 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Man 43: EMC Coin  1030.0347 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Manning 8: EMC Coin  2007.004 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 Manticen 2: EMC Coin  1034.0479 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 Manticen 2: EMC Coin  1004.0719 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 Manticen 2: EMC Coin  1026.1118 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 Martin 12: EMC Coin  1977.0204 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Martin 12: EMC Coin  1034.0435 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Martin 12: EMC Coin  1034.0433 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Martin 12: EMC Coin  1034.0434 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Martin 12: EMC Coin  1034.0321 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Martin 12: EMC Coin  1006.0216 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Martin 12: EMC Coin  1006.0215 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Oda 11: EMC Coin  1034.0399 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Odalric 5: EMC Coin  1034.035 (N 690 (Two-Line (H) [var HB 1]))
 Odalric 5: EMC Coin  1034.044 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Odalric 5: EMC Coin  1034.0441 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Odalric 5: EMC Coin  1006.022 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Oswald 28: EMC Coin  1034.0327 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Oswald 28: EMC Coin  1034.0326 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Oswald 28: EMC Coin  1034.0325 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Otic 2: EMC Coin  1034.0329 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Otic 2: EMC Coin  1034.0328 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Paulus 4: EMC Coin  1034.033 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Paulus 4: EMC Coin  1034.0463 (N 692.3 (Two-Line (H) [HM var a (HQ 1)]))
 Paulus 4: EMC Coin  1006.0209 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Pitit 2: EMC Coin  1034.04 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ragnald 4: EMC Coin  2001.0932 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Rægengrim 1: EMC Coin  1009.0356 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 Rægengrim 1: EMC Coin  1009.0357 (N 698 (Bust Crowned, with mint))
 Rægengrim 3: EMC Coin  1034.04001 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Rægengrim 3: EMC Coin  1034.0491 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 Rægengrim 3: EMC Coin  1034.049 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 Rægengrim 3: EMC Coin  2009.0167 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 Rægenulf 4: EMC Coin  1034.0442 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Rægenulf 4: EMC Coin  1034.0443 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Rægenulf 4: EMC Coin  1034.0401 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Rægenulf 4: EMC Coin  1009.0354 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Rægenweald 4: EMC Coin  1034.0331 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Rægenweald 4: EMC Coin  1029.0465 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Searuweard 3: EMC Coin  1034.0333 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Searuweard 3: EMC Coin  1034.0332 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Seaxa 1: EMC Coin  1034.0445 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Seaxa 1: EMC Coin  1034.0334 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Sidemann 10: EMC Coin  1034.0335 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Sigefrith 34: EMC Coin  1034.0336 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Sigefrith 34: EMC Coin  1034.0348 (N 693 (Two-Line (H): HC 2))
 Sigegar 4: EMC Coin  1985.0055 (N 691 or N 707 (uncertain fragment))
 Sigegar 4: EMC Coin  1034.0446 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Sigeweald 5: EMC Coin  1034.0447 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Scurva 1: EMC Coin  1002.0643 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Telia 2: EMC Coin  1034.0338 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Telia 2: EMC Coin  1016.016 (N 704 (Bust Crowned [cross crosslet rev.]))
 Theodred 16: EMC Coin  1048.0898 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Theodred 16: EMC Coin  1034.0448 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Theodulf 6: EMC Coin  1034.0451 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Theodulf 6: EMC Coin  1034.045 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Theodulf 6: EMC Coin  1034.0449 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Theodulf 6: EMC Coin  1021.17 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Theodulf 6: EMC Coin  1021.1003 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Thurmod 7: EMC Coin  1034.0452 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Thurmod 7: EMC Coin  1006.0218 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Thurmod 7: EMC Coin  1004.073 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Uglebart 4: EMC Coin  1002.0644 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Ulf 35: EMC Coin  1034.0473 (N 700 (Circumscription Cross / Circumscription Rosette))
 Wærlaf 1: EMC Coin  1034.0471 (N 701 (Rosette / Horizontal Rosette))
 Warin 8: EMC Coin  1034.0342 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Warin 8: EMC Coin  1034.0341 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Warin 8: EMC Coin  1034.0339 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Warin 8: EMC Coin  1009.035 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Warin 8: EMC Coin  1002.0645 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Warin 8: EMC Coin  1004.0731 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Waringod 1: EMC Coin  1006.021 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Wigheard 17: EMC Coin  1034.034 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Wigheard 17: EMC Coin  1001.0587 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Wigstan 10: EMC Coin  1034.046 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Wihtmund 4: EMC Coin  1009.0351 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Wihtmund 4: EMC Coin  1004.0732 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Wihtred 16: EMC Coin  1034.0357 (N 693.1 (Two-Line (H): HP 2))
 Willaf 3: EMC Coin  1034.0454 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Willaf 3: EMC Coin  1020.0783 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Winide 1: EMC Coin  1036.0178 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 Winide 1: EMC Coin  1011.0052 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 Winuc 2: EMC Coin  1034.0456 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Winuc 2: EMC Coin  1034.0455 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 White 1: EMC Coin  1020.0784 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Woth 1: EMC Coin  2001.0647 (N 697 (Bust Crowned, without mint))
 Wulfgar 66: EMC Coin  1992.7782 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Wulfgar 66: EMC Coin  1034.0457 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Wulfgar 66: EMC Coin  1009.0355 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Wulfhelm 36: EMC Coin  1034.0343 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Wulfstan 68: EMC Coin  1050.0237 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Wulfstan 68: EMC Coin  1050.0238 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Wulfstan 89: EMC Coin  1034.0458 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Wulfstan 89: EMC Coin  1034.0459 (N 691 (Two-Line (H): HR 1))
 Wynhelm 5: EMC Coin  1996.0206 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Wynhelm 8: EMC Coin  1034.0345 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Wynhelm 8: EMC Coin  1034.0344 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Wynhelm 8: EMC Coin  1009.0352 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
 Wynsige 12: EMC Coin  1034.0346 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1))
Priest of Edmund 14 (1)
 Æthelnoth 24: S505   
Queen of Edmund 14 (3)
 Æthelflæd 14: ASC (DEF)  946 D
 Ælfgifu 3: Anon.LiberEliensis  I.42
 Ælfgifu 3: Anon.LiberEliensis  I.50
Thegn of Edmund 14 (5)
 Garulf 3: S468   
 Ordwald 1: S469   
 Ælfsige 28: S486   
 Wulfgar 11: S492   
 Ælfstan 32: S497   
Vassalus of Edmund 14 (1)
 Eadric 8: S478   
Status (4)
Comes of Edmund 14 (4)
 Æthelstan 26: S480   
 Æthelstan 26: S481   
 Eadric 8: S490   
 Æthelstan 26: S498