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The Council of Dacor, 926, when Athelstan drove out Guthfrith the young King of Danish Northumbria, illustration from the book The History of the Nation

by Archibald Webb

The Council of Dacor, 926, when Athelstan drove out Guthfrith the young King of Danish Northumbria, illustration from the book The History of the Nation - Archibald Webb
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The Council of Dacor, 926, when Athelstan drove out Guthfrith the young King of Danish Northumbria, illustration from the book The History of the Nation - Archibald Webb

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English: "The Council of Dacor, 926, when Athelstan drove out Guthfrith the young King of Danish Northumbria, illustration from the book The History of the Nation" oil on Canvas.
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