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  • d. 632
  • Deira, Bernicia
son of Ælla (king of Deira), was king of the two Northumbrian kingdoms, Deira and Bernicia, and described by Bede as an overking. He was killed in battle against Penda, king of Mercia.

Ealdhelm of Sherborne See: Aldhelm

son of Æthelfrith (king of Bernicia) and Acha, was king of Bernicia
Eber son of Salah son of Arpachshad son of Shem son of Noah (Gen. 11:14)
blacksmith in the Ulster Cycle; father to Amairgen the poet
King of Northumbria (r. 670–685), elder son of Oswiu and Eanflæd.
  • Clúain Rédach
daughter of Garann glúnmhár (‘big-knee’) and wife of Codal, a soldier of Áed mac in Dagda, according to the dinnshenchas of Codal. The story tells how Áed forcibly took her from her husband.
member of the Túatha Dé Danann, who fell in the first battle of Mag Tuired, together with Ernmas and Fíacha.
  • s. xx–xxi
  • c.1174–1240
  • Oxford University, Abingdon
English theologian and teacher who became archbishop of Canterbury (1234–1240) and was later canonised as a saint.

Edward Ledwich See: Edward Ledwich