Chapter 7, Murder of the King

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National and Domestic History of England, Magna Charta, writen by W.H.S. Aubrey in 1869.

Book 2, Chapter 7, Alfred’s Children from 901 AD to 955 – Edmund

The two sons of Dunmail, who had been taken prisoners, were barbarously deprived of sight. Such cruelty, together with the amputation of limbs, the cutting out of tongues, and the cutting off of noses of captives had become common on the continent, but hitherto it had rarely disgraced the Anglo-Saxons. Edmund’s reign was prematurely cut short. He was at Puckle church in Gloucestershire, celebrating the feast of St. Augustine, when a man named   Read More >>>

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