Talk:Wulfrun

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The lady's real name was Wulfrun (Wolf-secret): Wulfruna is a Latinization. -- Picapica 22:50, 22 Apr 2005 (UTC)

Danegeld was something else entirely - as the Wikipedia article on it indicates! This article is horribly broken. -- DrHydeous

Eynsham[edit]

I'm removing the suggestion connecting Wulfrun with

  • A charter to Eynsham Monastery dated 1005 says that Wulfrun bequeathed land at Ramsey, "being at her last breath"

as PASE identifies this with a quite different person, Wulfwynn 5, who was a kinswoman of Æthelmær, Ealdorman of the South-West. According to the entry for S911 at anglo-saxons.net, the place-name Rameslege in question no longer exists, but corresponds with Brede in Sussex. Jheald (talk) 17:48, 31 January 2016 (UTC)