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guide to the Battle of Whinmoor, 655 AD

M. Clarke

guide to the Battle of Whinmoor, 655 AD

by M. Clarke

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Published by M. Clarke in Leeds .
Written in English


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Statementby M. Clarke.
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Open LibraryOL19640647M

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In November AD (or perhaps inaccording to one interpretation of the chronology), the Battle of the Winwaed took place around the Whinmoor/Cock Beck/Swarcliffe area, with the Christian King Oswiu of Bernicia's army defeating the pagan army of King Penda of Mercia, although historians admit that few details are : K.

The ancient Leeds community called whinmoor inherited its name from the Battle of Winwaed fought in AD in which the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Northumbria defeated Mercia to become the power in Northern England.

It also sowed the seeds of Anglo-Saxon acceptance of the Catholic Church over the Celtic Church. The popular local view is that the battle took place on Whinmoor.

The Battle of Winwaed - Location. Although maps of the area do 655 AD book show a battlefield, the OS Landranger, does have the words "Pendas Fields" (SESE) located near Barnbow Wood. This is too much of a coincidence, and probably refers to the approximate area of the battle.

This research guide on Guide to the Battle of Whinmoor Battles will chronicle all thirty battles, sieges and naval battles that have been fought in Yorkshire, ranging from the Battle of Catraeth, fought during the Anglo-Saxon Invasion of Britain in AD up to the Battle of Orgreave during the Miner’s Strike The Battle of the Winwaed took place is this area in AD and the Battle of Seacroft Moor in was fought between here and Bramham Moor.

Most of the history we know about the area is that it was agricultural but this part of Leeds changed in the s when neighbouring Seacroft was turned into a "satellite town" for the city.

The popular local view is that the battle took place on Whinmoor; according to Butcher "possibly in that area now contained within the angle of the York Road and the Ring Road, immediately east of Seacroft and crossed by Thorner Lane, Red Hall Lane and Coal Road." The Anglo-Saxons were converted to Christianity by missionaries from the Celtic church in Scotland and from the Roman church, at.

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