Wæs sum æðele cyning Óswold . . . wearð ofslagen Eádwine his eám (cf. erat Osuald nepos Aeduini regis ex sorore Acha,
- Bd. 3, 6), Hml. S. 26, 7.
Ródbert þæs cynges sunu Willelmes hleóp fram his fæder tó his eáme Rótbryhte (
this Robert was brother of Matilda, William's wife) on
- Flandron, Chr. 213, 33.
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