Æthelstan (disambiguation)

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Æthelstan was the first King of the English, reigning from 924 to 939

Æthelstan, Athelstan, or Athelstane may also refer to:

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The name "Æthelstan" is of Anglo-Saxon origin, derived from the Old English Æthel (noble) and stane (stone). People with the name include:


Medieval figures
Modern figures
Fictional characters
  • Aethelstane, a character in Ivanhoe by Sir Walter Scott
  • Athelstan, a character in The Sorrowful Mysteries of Brother Athelstan by Paul C. Doherty
  • Athelstan, a Saxon monk kidnapped in the Viking raid on Lindisfarne in Vikings
  • Athelstane, a character in the story The Gods of Bal-Sagoth by Robert E. Howard

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United States
Elsewhere

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