Edwy

Eadwig noun King of England who was renounced by Northumbria in favor of his brother Edgar (died in 959)
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Edwy

Edwy (ed'wē) or Eadwig (ed'wig) , d. 959, king of the English (955–57) and king of Wessex (955–59), son of Edmund. He succeeded his uncle, Edred as king of the English, but in 957, Mercia and Northumbria shifted their allegiance to his brother Edgar. Little is known of his ...
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Edwy

Edwy was a king of England. The son of Edmund the Elder, he succeeded his uncle Edred as King of England in 955 and reigned until 959. Taking part with the secular clergy against the monks, he incurred the confirmed enmity of the latter. The papal party, headed by Dunstan, was strong enough to excite a rebellion, by which Edwy was driven from the t...
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Edwy

King of England, son of Edmund I. He succeeded his uncle Edred as king in 955 and drove Edred's chief adviser St Dunstan, then virtually ruler, into exile the same year. On the revolt in 957 of the...
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Edwy

[n] - King of England who was renounced by Northumbria in favor of his brother Edgar (died in 959)
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