Ine

(lived 689-726) King of Wessex. He forced compensation for the death of Cadwallon's brother from Kent in 694, defeated Geraint of western Wales in 710, fought in Wiltshire against the Mercians, and in 725 crushed a...
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Ine

also spelled Ini Anglo-Saxon king of the West Saxons, or Wessex, from 688 to 726. One of the most powerful West Saxon rulers before Alfred the Great, ... [2 related articles]
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Ine

Ine (ī'nu) , king of Wessex (688–726). In 694 he forced the people of Kent to pay compensation for the murder of a kinsman, and he extended his sway over Sussex and Surrey and probably over Devon. He also forwarded the diocesan reorganization of the church, founding (705) a bishopric...
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Ine

Ine is an Anglo-Saxon name for girls. The meaning is `God will provide` The name is very rarely given inthe United States. The name Ine is most commonly given to Norwegian girls.
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