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Viking Ship at Tamworth (possibility 1)

Documents

Authenticity summary for early period kit

The year 924

Rough guide to the situation in 924

Rough situation at beginning of AD 924
ColourKingdom
Colour for AlbaAlba
Colour for DeheubarthDeheubarth
Colour for GwyneddGwynedd
Colour for JórvíkJórvík
Colour for MorayMoray
Colour for NorwayNorway
Colour for StrathclydeStrathclyde
Colour for WessexWessex
Colour for AlbaAlba
Colour for DeheubarthDeheubarth
Colour for GwyneddGwynedd
Colour for JórvíkJórvík
Colour for MorayMoray
Colour for NorwayNorway
Colour for StrathclydeStrathclyde
Colour for WessexWessex

Alba

The ruler of Alba was King Constantine II (Constantine the Middle-Aged), who had ruled since 900 and would continue to do so until 943.

Image of King Hywel ap Cadell ap Rhodri
King Hywel ap Cadell ap Rhodri of Deheubarth

Deheubarth

The ruler of Deheubarth was King Hywel ap Cadell ap Rhodri (Hywel the Good), who had ruled since 920 and would continue to do so until 950.

Gwynedd

The ruler of Gwynedd was King Idwal ab Anarawd (Idwal the Bald), who had ruled since 916 and would continue to do so until 942.

Jórvík

The ruler of Jórvík was King Sigtrygg (Sigtrygg One-Eye), who had ruled since 921 and would continue to do so until 927.

Strathclyde

The ruler of Strathclyde at this time was likely to have been King Owain map Dyfnwal.

Wessex

The ruler of Wessex at the beginning of 924 was King Eadweard I (Edward the Elder), who had ruled since 899. This year, King Æthelstan (Æthelstan the Glorious) would take over.