Posted on September 10, 2021 by Wirral Archaeology
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In 907 AD, Ingimund, a Hiberno-Norse chieftain, who had been allowed to settle on the north Wirral coast by Aethelflaed, sometime in 902, led an attack on the city of Chester.
Category: Tags: Chester, Ingimund, vikings, Wirral
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