Edwin of Northumbria, Newcastle

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Arienne King
by Lawrence OP
published on 20 April 2019
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St. Edwin of Northumbria (c. 586 - 632 CE) was king of Deira and Bernicia (later known as Northumbria) from 616 until his death. Edwin was also the uncle of St. Hilda of Whitby (614 - 680 CE). This depiction of him in stained glass is from the Newcastle Cathedral, England.

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OP, L. (2019, April 20). Edwin of Northumbria, Newcastle. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/10481/edwin-of-northumbria-newcastle/

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