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  • Ragnall ua Ímair, King of Waterford, York and Dublin (b. - 921)
    Norse warrior chieftain and king in the Irish Sea area. Father: Unknown, presumed son of Ivar king in Dublin, who may be Ivar the Boneless. Mother: Unknown. Wife: Unknown Children: Unknown ...
  • Constantín II mac Áeda, Rí na h'Alba (874 - 942)
    Constantine, son of Áed (Mediaeval Gaelic: Constantín mac Áeda; Modern Gaelic: Còiseam mac Aoidh, known in most modern regnal lists as Constantine II[1], nicknamed An Midhai...

Battle of Corbridge

The Battle of Corbridge was important in deciding the fate of the Viking kingdom of Northumbria and the English earldom of Bamburgh.

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Corbridge. Northumberland




Kingdom of Scotland

  • Strength
  • Commanders and leaders
  • Casualties and losses
  • Captives


  • Strength
  • Commanders and leaders
  • Casualties and losses
  • Captives



Constantine led his army into Northumbria. At the Battle of Corbridge, he forced Ragnall, the Viking King of York, to withdraw from the Angle earldom of Northumbria that stretched from Lothian to the Tyne. In return the restored earl, Eadred, recognised Constantine as his overlord, resulting in much of the land in modern-day Scotland being either under the direct kingship of the King of Alba or was under his rule as overlord.


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  • Scotland - The History of a Nation by Magnus Magnusson


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