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Æthelweard first witnesses charters as a minister after the accession of Eadwig in 955, and this is likely to be connected with the king's marriage to Ælfgifu.
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Æthelweard and charters
Æthelweard and Ælfweard re-appear as brothers and thegns ( ministri ) in the witness list of a spurious royal charter dated 974 This appears to be the same Æthelweard who regularly attests royal charters between 958 and 977 as the king's thegn and may have moved on to become the illustrious ealdorman of the Western Provinces and author of a Latin chronicle, in which he claimed descent from King Æthelred of Wessex ( d. 871 ), fourth son of King Æthelwulf.
This is a gross exaggeration, since Eadwig retained the title " king of the English " in his charters and Æthelweard envisaged a " continuous " reign.
Æthelweard and after
Æthelweard signs as dux or ealdorman in 973, and was accorded primacy among the ealdormen after 993.
Oshere, King of Hwicce, possibly jointly with his presumed brother Osric, and ( perhaps after Osric ) with Æthelmod, Æthelheard, Æthelweard, Æthelberht, and Æthelric.
Æthelweard and Eadwig
Æthelweard describes himself as the " grandson's grandson " of King Æthelred I. Eadwig was the son of King Edmund the Magnificent, grandson of King Edward the Elder, great-grandson of King Alfred the Great, and therefore great-great-nephew of King Æthelred I. Eadwig and Ælfgifu were therefore third cousins once removed.
In 957 King Eadwig, the great-grandson of King Æthelred I's brother, Alfred the Great, was obliged to divorce Æthelweard's sister Ælfgifu on grounds of consanguinity, and in the introduction to his Latin Chronicle Æthelweard claims to be the " grandson's grandson " of King Æthelred.
Assuming that the identification of Æthelweard as the brother of Ælfgifu is correct, his mother was the Æthelgifu whose company Eadwig enjoyed along with her daughter whilst escaping his coronation.
Æthelweard and is
King Alfred the Great and the chronicler Æthelweard identified this place with the district that is now called Angeln, in the province of Schleswig ( Slesvig ) ( though it may then have been of greater extent ), and this identification agrees with the indications given by Bede.
Æthelflæd is mentioned by King Alfred's biographer Asser, who calls her the first-born child of Alfred and Ealhswith and a sister to Edward, Æthelgifu, Ælfthryth and Æthelweard.
The chronicler Æthelweard is clearer on the point of agency, writing that it was Wulfstan and the ealdorman ( dux ) of the Mercians who deposed these ' deserters ' – perhaps born again pagans – and forced them to submit to Edmund.
The conclusion which can be derived from these prosopographical byways is that if the ealdorman and chronicler Æthelweard was her brother, she must have shared with him a common ancestor in King Æthelred.
Æthelric was a king of the Hwicce and son of Oshere ; it is possible that he reigned jointly with Æthelheard, Æthelweard, and Æthelberht.
Æthelweard and be
The historian Æthelweard claimed descent from King Æthelred and may therefore be a descendant of Æthelhelm.
Æthelweard and with
Some scholars have identified him with Æthelweard, the well-known chronicler and ealdorman of the western shires.
In the year 991 Æthelweard was associated with archbishop Sigeric in the conclusion of a peace with the victorious Danes from Maldon, and in 994 he was sent with Bishop Ælfheah of Winchester to make peace with Olaf Tryggvason at Andover.
Æthelheard, King of Hwicce ( an Anglo Saxon kingdom in the English midlands ) jointly with his presumed brothers Æthelweard, Æthelberht, and Æthelric.
In 692, together with Æthelweard, issued a charter to Abbess Cuthswith, and also witnessed a charter of Æthelred, King of Mercia, together with Æthelweard, Æthelberht, and Æthelric.
In 692 he witnessed a charter of Æthelred, King of Mercia S 75, together with Æthelheard, Æthelweard, and Æthelberht, and in 693 the four brothers witnessed a charter issued by their father Oshere S 53
Æthelweard and Ælfgifu
It has been postulated that Æthelweard and his siblings Ælfweard, Ælfgifu and Ælfwaru were the children of Eadric, ealdorman of Hampshire.
Æthelweard and .
Æthelred's descendants include the tenth century historian, Æthelweard, and Æthelnoth, an eleventh century Archbishop of Canterbury.
Æthelweard was a descendant of King Æthelred of Wessex and probably the brother of King Eadwig's wife.
The 12th-century historian William of Malmesbury, who seems unaware of any pre-existing minster, claims that one Æthelweard ( Egelwardus ), whom he describes as " ealdorman of Dorset ", had founded the abbey of Pershore in the time of King Edgar.
Osbert writes that an abbess of Nunnaminster had sold some relics to Æthelweard ( Alwardus ), who in turn handed them over for the refoundation of Pershore.
Æthelweard ( also spelled Ethelward ), ( died c. 998 ) Anglo-Saxon historian, was descended from King Æthelred I ( who was the brother of Alfred the Great ), and was ealdorman or earl of the western provinces.
Æthelweard was the friend and patron of Ælfric of Eynsham, who in the preface to his Old English Lives of saints, addressed Æthelweard and his son Æthelmær.
first and witnesses
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A charter issued in the first year of Æthelberht's reign reflects an extraordinary new kind of assembly: it was the first charter of a West Saxon king to include a full complement both of West Saxon and of Kentish witnesses.
" All witnesses generally agreed that two shots were fired first, almost indistinguishable from each other.
Most witnesses reported the first two shots were so close together that they could barely be distinguished.
An ophthalmologist, Dr. Jose Aste Tonsmann, later enlarged an image of the Virgin's eyes by 2500x and claimed to have found not only the aforementioned single figure, but images of all the witnesses present when the tilma was first revealed before Zumárraga in 1531, plus a small family group of mother, father, and a group of children, in the center of the Virgin's eyes, fourteen persons in all.
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Meanwhile on the planet's surface, Riquinni witnesses the first snow fall and gazes into the sky, thinking of Lhadatt.
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