Objects & Places from Alfred the Great: Asser's Life of King Alfred & Other Contemporary Sources

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Wessex

This is an area of southwestern England where Alfred the Great was king.

Charles the Bald

This is king of the Franks.

East Anglia

This kingdom, to the northeast, was in alliance with Alfred the Great.

Northumbria

This is an area of northern England whose king allied himself with Alfred the Great.

Mercia

This is an area of central England whose king allied himself with Alfred the Great.

Kent

This is an area of southeastern England whose king allied himself with Alfred the Great.

London

This is a major city that was captured by invaders, but later liberated by Alfred the Great.

Viking Invasions

These were a constant threat to England in the late 9th century.

Education

This was important to the subject of the book, leading him to have a variety of works translated.

The Burghal Hidage

This Anglo-Saxon document lists the fortified burhs in parts...

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