ANLAF GUTHFRITHSON AT YORK: A NON-EXISTENT KINGSHIP?

@article{Halloran2013ANLAFGA,
  title={ANLAF GUTHFRITHSON AT YORK: A NON-EXISTENT KINGSHIP?},
  author={Kevin Halloran},
  journal={Northern History},
  year={2013},
  volume={50},
  pages={180 - 185}
}
ALTHOUGH THE CHRONOLOGY of events in Britain in the four or so years following Athelstan’s victory at Brunanburh in 937 remains unclear and subject to some dispute, certain facts appear to have been universally accepted as established. There is, for example, a consensus among historians concerning aspects of the career of Anlaf Guthfrithson, King of the Dublin Vikings, subsequent to his defeat at that battle. This, in outline, is that he fled to Ireland and remained there until late in 939 when… Expand
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