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History of English - WS 10-11
886 Treaty of Wedmore, creation of Danelaw. 1066 Duke William of Normandy conquers. English Throne.
The Scandinavianization of England
The treaty of Wedmore, known as the DANELAW during the reign of Cnut / in the south(west) provides a rationale for Wedmore to be the site of the treaty.
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King Alfred (reigned from 871 - 899), treaty of Wedmore 879 – the Danelaw.
years receiving a mention in the Treaty of Wedmore between King. Alfred and the Danes and also later in the Domesday Book.

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Herald History: Kings who ruled mighty Mercia from Tamworth
Alfred and Ethelred worked in tandem and, by 879, were dominant, forcing Guthrum, the new Danish leader, into a deal, known as the 'Treaty of Wedmore', which partitioned the country.

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Treaty of Wedmore - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Treaty of Wedmore
After the defeat of the Viking Guthrum by Alfred the Great at the battle of Eddington in May, a treaty was signed at Wedmore in 878 A.D.
Guthorm's Invasion of Wessex - Term of the treaty of Wedmore
Terms of the Treaty of Wedmore. Guthorm agreed with Alfred to leave the kingdom of Wessex alone and he gave Alfred men from his army to keep as hostages.
Treaty of Wedmore: Information from
treaty of Wedmore Wedmore, treaty of , 878. The agreement made between King Alfred and the Danish leader Guthrum at Wedmore proved a turning-point in.
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