Ælfgifu of York

Ælfgifu of York (fl. c. 970 – 1002) was the first wife of Æthelred the Unready (r. 968–1016), by whom she bore many offspring, including Edmund Ironside. It is most probable that she was a daughter of Thored, Earl of southern Northumbria.

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Who is the spouse of Ælfgifu of York?

Æthelred.

When died Ælfgifu of York?

Ælfgifu of York died 1002.

What is Ælfgifu of York subject of?

Ælfgifu of York is subject of 11th-century English people, Anglo-Saxon royal consorts, 10th-century English people, 10th-century women, 11th-century women, English royal consorts and House of Wessex.

When died Ælfgifu of York?

Ælfgifu of York died c. 1002.

What is the gender of Ælfgifu of York?

Ælfgifu of York is female.

When did the career of Ælfgifu of York start?

The career started in 0980.