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

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Object Descriptions

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.

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