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The King in the North
The King in the North
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The King in the North
The King in the North
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Oswald Iding ruled Northumbria for eight years, from AD 632 to 642. In that time he was recognised as overlord of almost all the other Kingdoms of Britain: of Wessex, Mercia, Lindsey and East Anglia, of the Britons of Rheged, Strathclyde, Powys and Gwynedd, the Scots of Dal Riata and the Picts of the far North. A famed warrior, the 'Whiteblade' or 'Blessed arm' of legend, he won and lost his kingdom in battle. He was the first English King to die a Christian martyr. He is the embodiment of a ro…
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  • Autorius: Max Adams
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  • Metai: 20130829
  • Puslapiai: 464
  • ISBN-10: 1781854173
  • ISBN-13: 9781781854174
  • Formatas: ACSM ?
  • Kalba: Anglų

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Oswald Iding ruled Northumbria for eight years, from AD 632 to 642. In that time he was recognised as overlord of almost all the other Kingdoms of Britain: of Wessex, Mercia, Lindsey and East Anglia, of the Britons of Rheged, Strathclyde, Powys and Gwynedd, the Scots of Dal Riata and the Picts of the far North. A famed warrior, the 'Whiteblade' or 'Blessed arm' of legend, he won and lost his kingdom in battle. He was the first English King to die a Christian martyr. He is the embodiment of a romantic hero: the righteous exiled prince whose destiny - like J. R. R Tolkien's Aragorn for whom he is the inspiration - is to return triumphant to reclaim his kingdom.
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Oswald Iding ruled Northumbria for eight years, from AD 632 to 642. In that time he was recognised as overlord of almost all the other Kingdoms of Britain: of Wessex, Mercia, Lindsey and East Anglia, of the Britons of Rheged, Strathclyde, Powys and Gwynedd, the Scots of Dal Riata and the Picts of the far North. A famed warrior, the 'Whiteblade' or 'Blessed arm' of legend, he won and lost his kingdom in battle. He was the first English King to die a Christian martyr. He is the embodiment of a romantic hero: the righteous exiled prince whose destiny - like J. R. R Tolkien's Aragorn for whom he is the inspiration - is to return triumphant to reclaim his kingdom.

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