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Roger De Hoveden The Annals vol.1., From A.D. 732 To A.D. 1180.


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Roger De Hoveden
The Annals vol.1., From A.D. 732 To A.D. 1180.
page 116

A.D. 1027. MESSAGE TO THE DAÏTES. 105 bishop of Durham, departed this life, and a great battle was fought between the English and the Scots at Carre.69 The English and the Danes came to an understanding at Oxford as to the observance of the laws of king Edgar. In the year 1019, Canute, king of the English and of the Danes, crossed to Denmark, and remained there throughout the whole of the winter. In the year 1020, king Canute returned to England, and at the festival of Easter held a great council at Cirencester. Edmund was appointed to the see of Durham, and Living, archbishop of Canterbury, departing this life, was succeeded by Agelnoth, who was called the Good, the son of Agelmar, a nobleman. La the same year, the church which king Canuto and earl Turketel had built on the hill which is called Assen-dun,™ was dedicated in their presence with great honor and pomp by Wulstan, the archbishop of York, and many other bishops. In the year 1021, Canute, king of the English and of the Danes, before the feast of Saint Martin, expelled the earl Tur-kill so often mentioned, together with his wife, Egitha, from England. Algar, the bishop of East Anglia, departed this life, and was succeeded by Alfwin. In the year 1022, Agelnoth, the archbishop of Canterbury, went to Rome, and being received by pope Benedict with great honor, the pall was given to him. In the year 1023, the body of Saint Elphege the Martyr was transferred from London to Canterbury. "Wulstan, the archbishop of York, departed this Bfe at York, on the day before the calends of July, being the third day of the week, but his body was carried to Ely, and there buried. He was suc-ceeded by Alfric, the prior of Winchester. In the year 1026, Alfric, the archbishop of York, went to •Borne, and received the paB from pope John. Kichard, the second duke of Normandy, departed this life ; and was suc-ceeded by Richard the Third, who died in the same year, being succeeded by his brother Robert. In the year 1027, it having been intimated to the king of the English and of the Danes that the people of Norway greatly despised their king, Olaf, for his simphcity, nnldness, justice states the amount paid by the whole of England as 72.000 pounds, and that paid by the city of London, 10,500. 69 Probably Carron. 10 Ashendon, in Essex.

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