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'''Eadwig All-Fair''' was a [[king]] of [[England]]. A [[mythology|legend]] (or tradition) has it that Edwy's [[coronation]] was delayed whilst the King was fetched from his chamber (by the formidable Archbishop '''Dunstan''', where he was lying between his sweetheart (later his wife) Aelfgifu, and her mother Aethelgifu (who may have stayed on as the king's mistress).
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'''Eadwig All-Fair''' was a [[king]] of [[England]]. A [[mythology|legend]] (or tradition) has it that Edwy's [[coronation]] was delayed whilst the King was fetched from his chamber (by the formidable Archbishop '''Dunstan''', where he was lying between his sweetheart (later his wife) [[Aelfgifu]], and her mother Aethelgifu (who may have stayed on as the king's mistress).
   
   

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Eadwig All-Fair was a king of England. A legend (or tradition) has it that Edwy's coronation was delayed whilst the King was fetched from his chamber (by the formidable Archbishop Dunstan, where he was lying between his sweetheart (later his wife) Aelfgifu, and her mother Aethelgifu (who may have stayed on as the king's mistress).


Preceded by:
Eadred

English Monarchs

Succeeded by:
Edgar the Peaceable