Ealderman

• (n.) Alt. of Ealdorman
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ealderman

(from the article `fyrd`) ...arrangement existing in Anglo-Saxon England from approximately 605. Local in character, it imposed military service upon every able-bodied free ... There were local variations in the law, and over a period of time the law developed to meet changed circumstances. As kingdoms grew larger, for ... [2 relate...
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