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  1. Burgred (also Burhred or Burghred; Old English: Burhræd) was an Anglo-Saxon king of Mercia from 852 to 874. Family. Burgred became king of Mercia in 852, [1] and may have been related to his predecessor Beorhtwulf. [2] . After Easter in 853, Burgred married Æthelswith, daughter of Æthelwulf, king of the West Saxons. [1] .

  2. Burgred o Burhred o Burghred, fue rey de Mercia entre los años 852 y 874. Reinado. Burgred ascendió al trono en 852. Ese mismo año o al siguiente, Etelwulfo de Wessex solicita su ayuda para someter el norte de Gales.

  3. 19 de feb. de 2024 · Burgred was the king of Mercia (from 852/853) who was driven out by the Danes and went to Rome. In 852 or 853 he called upon Aethelwulf of Wessex to aid him in subduing the North Welsh. The request was granted and the campaign proved successful, the alliance being sealed by the marriage of Burgred.

    • The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica
  4. 30 de nov. de 2018 · Fue fundado por el rey semi-legendario Icel (r. 515-527) quién emigró desde la actual Alemania con su tribu, más tarde conocida como "Iclingas" en la región de Anglia del este y luego a las midlands.

    • Joshua J. Mark
  5. Los cinco distritos y la Mercia inglesa a principios del siglo X [10] Invasión de los daneses y desaparición del reino. En 852, Burgred llegó al trono y con Ethelwulf de Wessex subyugó el norte de Gales. En 868, los invasores daneses ocuparon Nottingham. Los daneses expulsaron a Burgred de su reino en 874 y Ceolwulf II tomó

  6. 3 de may. de 2023 · The Mercian ruler Burghred – as his name was often recorded – was probably the last independent king of Mercia who wielded any true power. His successor Ceolwulf II is thought to have been little more than a puppet ruler for the Vikings. Here is the intriguing story of Burgred of Mercia.

  7. burgred 852 – 874 The last true independent king of Mercia, Burgred’s relatively long reign was blighted by regular Viking invasions. Starting almost immediately after taking the throne, Burgred was forced to ally up with Ethelwulf of Wessex in order to counter attacks from both the Welsh in the west and the Vikings in the east.