700-999 Anglo-Saxons and Vikings
715 Second Battle of Woden's Barrow (Adam's Grave, Pewsey, Wiltshire)
Sep 825 Battle of Ellendun (Wroughton, Wiltshire)
On Sep 825 Beornwulf King Mercia 822-826 (2) defeated Ecgberht, King of Wessex, at the Battle of Ellendun replacing Mercian with Wessex dominance over the Saxon Heptarchy. Sir Frank Stenton described it as 'one of the most decisive battles of English history'. The location of the battle is not known although a number of locations have been suggested: Wroughton, Wiltshire, Lydiard Park, Swindon, Wiltshire and Wilton, Wiltshire.
02 Jul 866 Battle of Brissarthe
On 02 Jul 866 Ranulf Poitiers I Duke Aquitaine 820-866 (46) and Robert "Strong" King West Francia 830-866 (36) were killed fighting the joint Breton-Viking army at the Battle of Brissarthe at Brissarthe.
31 Dec 870 Battle of Englefield (Englefield, Reading, Berkshire)
On 31 Dec 870 Aethelwulf Mercia Earldorman Berkshire 824-871 (45) defeated the Viking army at the Battle of Englefield at Englefield, Reading, Berkshire. The Viking Army retreated to Reading, Berkshire.
Sidrac Viking killed during the Battle of Englefield
04 Jan 871 Battle of Reading (Reading, Berkshire)
08 Jan 871 Battle of Ashdown (Berkshire)
22 Jan 871 Battle of Basing (Old Basing, Hampshire)
around 22 Mar 871 Battle of Marton
Around 22 Mar 871 Halfdan Ragnarsson -877 defeated the Wessex army led by Aethelred King Wessex 847-871 (24) and Alfred "The Great" King England 849-899 (22) at the Battle of Marton. The location of 'Marton' is not known; suggestions include Marden, Wiltshire in Wiltshire and Winterborne St Martin, Dorset in Dorset.
Around 22 Mar 871 Heahmund Wessex Bishop Sherborne -871 killed during the Battle of Marton whilst fighting for the Wessex army.
On 23 Apr 871 Aethelred King Wessex 847-871 (24) died possibly as a result of wounds received at the Battle of Marton which took place a month earlier.
around 12 May 878 Battle of Edington (Edington, Wiltshire)
After 12 May 878 Treaty of Wedmore
937 Battle of Brunanburh
In 937 Aethelstan I King Anglo-Saxons, I King England 894-939 (43) and his son Edmund I King England 921-946 (16) defeated the Scottish, Irish Viking and Strathclyde army at the Battle of Brunanburh.
In 937 Aethelwine Wessex -937 killed during the Battle of Brunanburh.
In 937 Aelfwine Wessex -937 killed during the Battle of Brunanburh.
13 Dec 902 Battle of the Holme (East Anglia, England)
On 13 Dec 902 Aethelwold Wessex -902, Brihtsige Wessex -902, Ysopa Wessex -902, Oscetel Wessex -902 and Eohric King East Anglia -902 were killed at the Battle of the Holme in East Anglia, England when Aethelwold Wessex -902 was contesting his cousin's succession.
01 Aug 939 Battle of Trans-la-Forêt
On 01 Aug 939 Hugh Maine II Count Maine 920-991 (19), Alan "Twisted Beard" Poher II Duke Brittany 900-952 (39) and Judicael Berengar Penthièvre I Count Rennes -978 defeated the Viking army at Battle of Trans-la-Forêt in Trans-la-Forêt freeing Brittany of Viking occupation and leading to the establishment of the Duchy of Brittany.
950 Battle of Carno (Carno, Radnorshire, Welsh March)
In 950 Iago ap Idwal Aberffraw 941-979 (8) and Idwal "Ieuaf aka Junior" Aberffraw -988, sons of Idwal ap Anaward "Foel aka Bald" King Gwynedd -942, defeated the sons of Hywel at the Battle of Carno at Carno, Radnorshire, Welsh March.
954 Battle of Llanwrst (Llanrwst, Clywd, North-West Wales)
980 Battle of Anglesey (Anglesey, North-West Wales)
In 980 Hywel ap Ieuaf King Gwynedd -985 defeated Custennin ab Iago Aberffraw, son of his former enemy Iago ap Idwal Aberffraw 941-979 at the Battle of Anglesey, at Anglesey, North-West Wales. Custennin was killed; he was supported by the Viking Gofraid mac Arailt Ivar -989.