||[Cuthbert 7] assembled a great council of England for the suppression of vice, on the advice of Boniface 5 and with the help of King Ęthelbald 4. The synod took place at the start of September near the place called Clovesho. There were present these bishops of the churches of Christ: the honourable archbishop Cuthbert 7; Dunn 2, the venerable bishop of Rochester; the very reverend bishops of the Mercians, Totta 2, Hwita 1, and Podda 1; the highly regarded bishops of the West Saxons Hunfrith 1 and Herewald 3; the venerable priests Eardwulf 1, bishop of the East Angles, Ecgwulf 1 bishop of the East Saxons, and Mildred 1 bishop of Hwicce; and the honourable bishops Alwig 1 of Lindsey and Sigefrith 4 of the South Saxons: in the year of our Lord 747, the fifteenth indiction, in the thirty-third year of the reign of Ęthelbald 4 the king of the Mercians, who was present on that occasion with his princes and duces.
||Council of Clofesho (747)/
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||"in the year of our Lord 747, the fifteenth indiction, in the thirty-third year of the reign of Ęthelbald 4 the king of the Mercians".