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Æthelweard (also Ethelweard, Aethelweard, Athelweard, et cetera) is an Anglo-Saxon male name. It might refer to:
- King Æthelweard of the Hwicce (fl. 7/8th century)
- King Æthelweard of East Anglia (fl. mid-9th century)
- Æthelweard (son of Alfred) (fl. 9/10th century), youngest son of King Alfred and Ealhswith
- Æthelweard of London (d. c. 915), bishop of London
- Æthelweard (historian) (fl. late 10th century), also known as Fabius Æthelweard, an ealdorman and historian
- Aethelweard Maew (10th/11th century), scion of the House of Wessex, possible lord of Bristol, father of Aelfgar/Algar, and grandfather of Brictric, son of Aelfgar/Algar
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