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1030s in England

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Events from the 1030s in England.

Contents

Incumbents

Monarch - Canute (to 12 November 1034), Harold Harefoot

Events

  • 1030
  • 1031
  • King Canute invades Scotland and forces the submission of Malcolm II of Scotland.
  • 1032
  • 1033
  • 1034
  • 1035
  • 12 November - King Canute dies and is succeeded by Harold Harefoot as King of England.
  • Harold's half-brother Harthacanute claims the throne.
  • 1036
  • Council of Oxford declares Harold regent for Harthacanute.
  • Harold seizes the royal treasury from Queen Emma of Normandy.
  • c. 5 February - Godwin of Wessex kills Alfred Aetheling when the latter launches an unsuccessful attempt to restore the Anglo-Saxon House of Wessex.
  • 1037
  • Harold recognised as King of England in his own right.
  • Harold exiles Emma to Bruges.
  • 1038
  • Edsige enthroned as Archbishop of Canterbury.
  • 1039
  • Unsuccessful English invasion of Wales.
  • Births

  • 1033
  • Anselm of Canterbury, Archbishop of Canterbury (died 1109)
  • 1035
  • Hereward the Wake, rebel
  • Deaths

  • 1035
  • 12 November - King Canute the Great (born c. 995, Denmark)
  • 1036
  • c. 5 February - Alfred Aetheling, Anglo-Saxon prince
  • 1038
  • 29 October - Aethelnoth, Archbishop of Canterbury
  • References

    1030s in England Wikipedia


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