Ælla (or Ælle) (died 21 March 867) was King of Northumbria, England in the middle of the 9th century. Sources on Northumbrian history in this period are limited. Ælla's ancestry is not known and the dating of his reign is questionable. He is a character in Scandinavian historical saga, particularly in Ragnarssona þáttr (′The Tale of Ragnar's sons′).

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How would Ælla be described?

Ælla would be described as king of Northumbria in the middle of the 9th century.

What is the gender of Ælla?

Ælla is male.

When died Ælla?

Ælla died 867-3-21.

What is Ælla subject of?

Ælla is subject of Anglo-Saxons killed in battle, Northumbrian monarchs, 867 deaths, 9th-century English monarchs, Place of birth unknown and Year of birth unknown.