A large-scale map of southern England (up to the Humber) in the reign of King Edward the Elder showing the Viking bases and the new English forts built by Edward and his sister Æthelflæd in their war to push back the Vikings.
Anglo-Saxon silver penny of Edward the Elder, King of Wessex, East Anglia mint c. A portrait type coin with +EADVVEARD REX around the central circle enclosing the diademed & draped bust of the king. On the reverse, an inscription in two.
A fragment of pelvis bone unearthed in Winchester in 1999 may belong to King Alfred the Great or his son Edward the Elder, academics have said. It was found at a previous dig at Hyde Abbey and has been dated to - the era the king died.