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With major victories at Edington, Rochester and London, Alfred established Saxon Christian rule over first Wessex, and then on to most of England.

To secure his hard won boundaries Alfred founded a permanent army and an embryonic Royal Navy. EDWARD (The Elder) 899 – 924 Succeeded his father Alfred the Great.

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After returning from exile at the court of Charlemagne in 802, he regained his kingdom of Wessex.

Following his conquest of Mercia in 827, he controlled all of England south of the Humber.

In 865 the Viking landed in East Anglia and swept across England. AETHELRED I 866 – 871 Aethelred succeeded his brother Aethelbert.Following his father’s death in 858, he married his widowed stepmother Judith, but under pressure from the church the marriage was annulled after only a year. AETHELBERT 860 – 866 Became king following the death of his brother Æthelbald.Like his brother and his father, Aethelbert (pictured to the right) was crowned at Kingston-upon-Thames.His reign was one long struggle with the Danes who had occupied York in 866, establishing the Viking kingdom of .When the Danish Army moved south Wessex itself was threatened, and so together with his brother Alfred, they fought several battles with the Vikings at Reading, Ashdown and Basing.AETHELBALD 856 – 860 The eldest son of Aethelwulf, Æthelbald was born around 834.