England in the time of King Alfred's father

This map shows England at the time of Alfred's father Ethelwulf when there were 3 Anglo-Saxon kingdoms and before the Danish invasions.

Northumbria, which had lost some of its territory in Scotland, and was in decline.

Wessex had taken the all the area south of the Thames from Mercia following the death of King Offa and had become the dominant kingdom

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