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  1. Etelredo II (en inglés: Æthelred the Unready; c. 968 - 23 de abril de 1016) fue rey de Inglaterra en los períodos de 978 - 1013 y 1014 - 1016.Su epíteto no proviene del inglés moderno unready sino del anglosajón Unræd, "malaconsejado", y se trata de un irónico juego de palabras con su nombre Æthelred, “bien aconsejado”.

  2. Inglaterra (em inglês: England) é uma das nações constituintes do Reino Unido. [2] [3] [4] O país faz fronteira com a Escócia ao norte e com o País de Gales a oeste; o Mar da Irlanda está a noroeste, o Mar Celta está a sudoeste, enquanto o Mar do Norte está a leste e o Canal da Mancha, ao sul, a separa da Europa continental.

  3. Biografía. Pearce nació en Ely, Cambridgeshire, Inglaterra, Reino Unido.Hijo de Anne Cocking, profesora de economía y costura y originaria del condado de Durham, y de Stuart Pearce, un piloto de pruebas neozelandés que falleció cuando Pearce tenía nueve años.

  4. VisitBritain Shop is the official shop of the British Tourist Board, and has everything you need for a great trip to Britain, including travelcards, rail passes and tickets to a variety of attractions.

  5. Now’s the perfect time to discover another side of Britain. A side where you experience fresh perspectives of our diverse cities, uncover modern twists on our historic icons, and where our green spaces are full of unexpected gems.

  6. Æthelwold becomes Bishop of Winchester; re-founds abbeys at Ely and (about 966) Peterborough (Medeshamstede). c. 970. Regularis Concordia produced at Winchester. 971. 15 July – the planned removal of the body of Saint Swithun during the re-building of Winchester Cathedral delayed by 40 days due to rain.

  7. The Church of England commemorates many of the same saints as those in the General Roman Calendar, mostly on the same days, but also commemorates various notable (often post-Reformation) Christians who have not been canonised by Rome, with a particular though not exclusive emphasis on those of English origin.