Events from the 1020s in England.
1020s in England Wikipedia
Monarch - Canute1020
Rotunda of Bury St Edmunds Abbey constructed.
Aethelnoth enthroned as Archbishop of Canterbury.
Siward, a Dane, appointed Earl of Northumbria.
Archbishop Wulfstan II of York writes Homilies.
King Cnut forms an alliance with Byzantine emperor Constantine VIII.
The Battle of the Helgeå is fought off the coast of Sweden: naval forces of Cnut's North Sea Empire defeat the combined Swedish and Norwegian royal fleets.
Cnut negotiates a tax-free route for English pilgrims to Rome where at Easter (26 March) he attends the coronation of Conrad II, Holy Roman Emperor.
Cnut invades the Kingdom of Scotland, forcing Malcolm II to pay homage.
Approximate date - Ealdred succeeds Lyfing as Abbot of Tavistock.
Cnut becomes King of Norway in addition to King of Denmark and England.
King Harold Godwinson (died 1066)
Tostig Godwinson, Earl of Northumbria (died 1066)
King William I of England (died 1087)
12 June - Lyfing, Archbishop of Canterbury
28 May - Wulfstan II, Archbishop of York
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