(Author, deacon and abbot of Tours, c.735-804) : Alcuin 1 sent greetings to Eanbald 2. Alcuin 1 felt that part of his trouble stemmed from Eanbald 2 himself: he was perhaps receiving enemies (Anonymi 1938) of the king (Anonymous 765) or protecting the possessions of those enemies. He urged him not to think of fleeing. There were contemporary examples of what happened to those who opposed God.
(II, archbishop of York, 796-808x?)
(Unnamed king in 801 [possibly Eardwulf 4]
*Citing Simeon of Durham, Hist. reg., s.a. 801, @Dümmler 1895, p. 377 n. 5, identifies the king as Eardwulf 4, king of the Northumbrians (796-809).) : By implication, Anonymous 765 was the cause of Eanbald 2's troubles.