Eng-lân kun-chú lia̍t-toaⁿ

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Pún lia̍t-toaⁿ khai-lia̍t Eng-lân Ông-kok ê kok-ông, sī tùi Alfred Tāi-ông (Alfred the Great) khai-sí sǹg, i sī Wessex ê Ông, in thóng-tī hiān-sî Eng-lân che só͘-chāi ê chi̍t pō͘-hūn. Alfred m̄-sī thâu chi̍t ūi thóng-tī ku-ê Eng-lân ê kun-chú, chóng-sī i-ê thóng-tī piáu-hiān thâu chi̍t hē thóng-tī Eng-lân ê sè-cho̍k Wessex Ông-ka (House of Wessex).

Anne lú-ông sī sǹg siāng bóe chi̍t ūi Eng-lân ông, tùi i khai-sí, sêng-li̍p liáu Eng-lân kap So͘-kat-lân ê liân-ha̍p. Anne kòe-āu ê kun-chú, khai-lia̍t tī Britain kun-chú lia̍t-toaⁿ.

Wessex Ông-ka[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

Hō-miâ Ōe-siōng Chhut-sì Hun-in Sí-bông Kè-jīm-khoân
Alfred Tāi-ông
Alfred the Great
871 nî[1]

899 nî 10 goe̍h 26 ji̍t[2]
Alfred - MS Royal 14 B VI.jpg 849 nî

Wessex ông Æthelwulf ê hāu-seⁿ
and Osburh
Ealhswith
868 nî
5-ê gín-á
899 nî 10 goe̍h 26 ji̍t
Tāi-iok 50-hòe
Wessex ông Æthelwulf ê hāu-seⁿ / Wedmore Tiâu-iok
Edward Tióng-chiá
Edward the Elder
899 nî 10 goe̍h 26 ji̍t

924 nî 7 goe̍h 17 ji̍t
Edward the Elder - MS Royal 14 B VI.jpg c. 874 nî

Alfred
kap Ealhswith ê hāu-seⁿ
(1) Ecgwynn
2-ê gín-á
(2) Ælfflæd
8-ê gín-á
(3) Eadgifu
4-ê gín-á
924 nî 7 goe̍h 17 ji̍t
Tāi-iok 50-hòe
Alfred Tāi-ông ê hāu-seⁿ

Cheng-gī-tek ông-ūi chú-tiuⁿ

Ū chi̍t kóa chèng-kù chí chhut Wessex ê Ælfweard (Ælfweard of Wessex) khó-lêng pat tī 923 nî hit tang chò kòe 4 lé-pài ê kok-ông, siông-sè sî-kan put-bêng, chiap tī i ê lāu-pē Edward Tióng-chiá kap hiaⁿ-tī Æthelstan tiong-ng, chóng-sī m̄-bat siū ka-bián.[3] Chóng-sī, iā bô chheng-chhó Ælfweard sī choân ông-kok ê ông he̍k-chiá sī tan-sûn Wessex ê ông, ū chèng-kù chai-iáⁿ Edward sí āu, Ælfweard hông soan-pò͘ chò Wessex ê ông, Æthelstan chò Mercia ê ông.[4]

Hō-miâ Ōe-siōng Chhut-sì Hun-in Sí-bông Kè-jīm-khoân
Ælfweard
924 nî 7 goe̍h

924 nî 8 goe̍h 3 ji̍t[5]
c. 901 nî[6]

Edward Tióng-chiá
kap Ælfflæd ê hāu-seⁿ[6]
Bô kiat-hun?
Bô gín-á
924 nî 8 goe̍h 3 ji̍t[4]
Tāi-iok 23-hòe
Tâi tī Winchester[7]
Edward Tióng-chiá ê hāu-seⁿ

Hō-miâ Ōe-siōng Chhut-sì Hun-in Sí-bông Kè-jīm-khoân
Æthelstan
924 nî

939 nî 10 goe̍h 27 ji̍t[8]
924–927 nî Anglo-Saxon ê Ông
927–939 nî Eng-lân ê Ông King
King Athelstan from All Souls College Chapel 894 nî

Edward Tióng-chiá
kap Ecgwynn ê hāu-seⁿ
Bô kiat-hun[8] 939 nî 10 goe̍h 27 ji̍t
Tāi-iok 45-hòe[8]
Edward Tióng-chiá ê hāu-seⁿ
Edmund 1-sè
939 nî 10 goe̍h 28 ji̍t

946 nî 5 goe̍h 26 ji̍t[9]
Edmund I - MS Royal 14 B V.jpg c. 921

Edward Tióng-chiá
kap Kent ê Eadgifu ê hāu-seⁿ[9]
(1) Shaftesbury ê Ælfgifu
2-ê gín-á
(2) Damerham ê Æthelflæd
Bô gín-á[10]
946 nî 5 goe̍h 26 ji̍t
Pucklechurch
Tāi-iok 25-hòe
(Killed in a brawl)[9]
Edward Tióng-chiá ê hāu-seⁿ
Eadred
946 nî 5 goe̍h 27 ji̍t

955 nî 11 goe̍h 23 ji̍t[11]
Eadred - MS Royal 14 B VI.jpg c. 923 nî

Edward Tióng-chiá
kap Kent ê Eadgifu ê hāu-seⁿ
Bô kiat-hun 955 nî 11 goe̍h 23 ji̍t
Frome
Tāi-iok 32-hòe[12]
Edward Tióng-chiá ê hāu-seⁿ
Eadwig
955 nî 11 goe̍h 24 ji̍t

959 nî 10 goe̍h 1 ji̍t[13]
Line engraving of Edwy made by an unknown engraver after an unknown artist c. 940 ni

Edmund 1-sè
kap Shaftesbury ê Ælfgifu ê hāu-seⁿ[14]
Ælfgifu[13] 959 nî 10 goe̍h 1 ji̍t
Tāi-iok 19-hòe[13]
Edmund 1-sè ê hāu-seⁿ
Edgar Hô-pêng-chiá
959 nî 10 goe̍h 2 ji̍t

975 nî 7 goe̍h 8 ji̍t[15]
King Edgar of England 943 nî 8 goe̍h 7 ji̍t
Wessex

Edmund 1-sè
kap Shaftesbury ê Ælfgifu hāu-seⁿ
(1) Æthelflæd
c. 960
1 son
(2) Ælfthryth
c. 964
2 sons
975 nî 7 goe̍h 8 ji̍t
Winchester
Tāi-iok 31-hòe[16]
Edmund 1-sè ê hāu-seⁿ
Edward Sûn-kàu-chiá
975 nî 7 goe̍h 9 ji̍t

978 nî 3 goe̍h 18 ji̍t[17]
St. Edward the Martyr c. 962 nî

Edgar Hô-pêng-chiá
kap Æthelflæd ê hāu-seⁿ
Bô kiat-hun 978 nî 3 goe̍h 18 ji̍t
Corfe Castle
Tāi-iok 16-hòe
(Hông àm-sat)[17]
Edgar Hô-pêng-chiá ê hāu-seⁿ
Æthelred Bû-pī-chiá
978 nî 3 goe̍h 19 ji̍t

1013 nî (thâu pái)[18]
Image of Æthelred II with an oversize sword from the illuminated manuscript "The Chronicle of Abingdon" c. 968 nî

Edgar Hô-pêng-chiá
kap Ælfthryth ê hāu-seⁿ
(1) York ê Ælfgifu
991 nî
9-ê gín-á
(2) Normandy ê Emma
1002 nî
3-ê gín-á[19]
4 goe̍h 23 ji̍t
London
Tāi-iok 48-hòe[18]
Edgar Hô-pêng-chiá ê hāu-seⁿ

Tan-be̍h Ông-ka[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

Siông-sè: Knýtlinga Ông-ka

Chit chām Eng-lân siū 1013 nî ji̍p-chhim ê Tan-be̍h-ông Sweyn Forkbeard só͘ khòng-chè, tông-sî Æthelred thè-ūi hiòng Normandy liû-bông.

Hō-miâ Ōe-siōng Chhut-sì Hun-in Sí-bông Kè-jīm-khoân
Sweyn Nn̄g-phiat-chhiu
1013 nî 12 goe̍h 25 ji̍t[20]

1014 nî 2 goe̍h 3 ji̍t[21]
Sweyn Forkbeard, from an architectural element in the Swansea Guildhall, Swansea, Wales c. 960 nî
Denmark

Son of Harald Bluetooth
and Gyrid Olafsdottir
(1) Gunhild of Wenden
c. 990 nî
7-ê gín-á
(2) Sigrid the Haughty
c. 1000 nî
1-ê cha-bó͘ gín-á
1014 nî 2 goe̍h 3 ji̍t
Gainsborough
Tāi-iok 54-hòe
Cheng-ho̍k ê khoân-lī (Right of conquest)

Wessex Ông-ka (tē-it kái ho̍k-phek)[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

Sweyn Forkbeard sí āu, liû-bông ê Æthelred the Unready tó-tńg têng-sin tī 1014 nî 2 goe̍h 3 ji̍t chheng-ông. I-ê hāu-seⁿ koh hông Lûn-tun kap pō͘-hūn Witan ê chhī-bîn soán chhut-lâi kè-jīm,[22] chit chūn Tan-be̍h-lâng oa-ná koh tng teh kap Sai Saxon lâng saⁿ-cheⁿ ông-khoân.

Hō-miâ Ōe-siōng Chhut-sì Hun-in Sí-bông Kè-jīm-khoân
Æthelred Bû-pī-chiá
1014 nî 2 goe̍h 3 ji̍t

1016 nî 4 goe̍h 23 ji̍t
(tē-jī kái thóng-tī)[18]
Image of Æthelred II with an oversize sword from the illuminated manuscript "The Chronicle of Abingdon" c. 968 nî

Edgar Hô-pêng-chiá
and Ælfthryth ê hāu-seⁿ
(1) York ê Ælfgifu
991 nî
9-ê gín-á
(2) Normandy ê Emma
1002 nî
3-ê gín-á[19]
1016 nî 4 goe̍h 23 ji̍t
London
Tāi-iok 48-hòe[18]
Edgar Hô-pêng-chiá ê hāu-seⁿ
Edmund Ironside
1016 nî 4 goe̍h 24 ji̍t

1016 nî 11 goe̍h 30 ji̍t[22]
Edmund Ironside c. 990 nî

Æthelred Bû-pī-chiá
kap York ê Ælfgifu ê hāu-seⁿ[22]
Edith of East Anglia
2-ê gín-á[23]
1016 nî 11 goe̍h 30 ji̍t
Glastonbury
Aged 26[22][23]
Æthelred Bû-pī-chiá ê hāu-seⁿ

Tan-be̍h Ông-ka (ho̍k-phek)[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

1016 nî 10 goe̍h 18 koat-tēng-sèng ê Assandun Chiàn-tò͘ liáu-āu, kok-ông Edmund kap Cnut chhiam chi̍t hūn tiâu-iok, kā Wessex í-gōa ê Eng-lân kui-ê kau hō͘ Cnut khòng-chè.[24] Edmund tī kâng nî 11 goe̍h 30 kòe-sin, Cnut to̍h thóng-tī kui-ê ông-kok.

Hō-miâ Ōe-siōng Chhut-sì Hun-in Sí-bông Kè-jīm-khoân
Cnut the Great
1016 nî 10 goe̍h 18 ji̍t

1035 nî 11 goe̍h 12 ji̍t[25]
Knut der Große cropped.jpg c. 995

Son of Sweyn Forkbeard
and Gunhilda of Poland[25]
(1) Aelfgifu of Northampton
two children
(2) Emma of Normandy
1017[25]
two children
1035 nî 11 goe̍h 12 ji̍t
Shaftesbury
Aged about 40[25]
Son of Sweyn Forkbeard (Treaty of Deerhurst)
Harold Harefoot
1035 nî 11 goe̍h 13 ji̍t

1040 nî 3 goe̍h 17 ji̍t[26]
Harold H.jpg c. 1016

Son of Cnut
and Ælfgifu of Northampton[26]
Ælfgifu?
1 son?[27]
1040 nî 3 goe̍h 17 ji̍t
Oxford
Aged about 24
Son of Cnut the Great
Harthacnut
1040 nî 3 goe̍h 17 ji̍t

8 June 1042[28]
Hardeknut.jpg 1018

Son of Cnut
and Emma of Normandy[29]
Unmarried 8 June 1042
Lambeth
Aged about 24[29]
(Stroke caused by excessive alcohol consumption)
Son of Cnut the Great

Wessex Ông-ka (tē-jī kái ho̍k-phek)[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

Harthacnut kòe-āu, tī 1042 nî kàu 1066 nî kan, ū chi̍t pái té-chām ê Saxon Ho̍k-phek.

Hō-miâ Ōe-siōng Chhut-sì Hun-in Sí-bông Kè-jīm-khoân
Edward the Confessor
9 June 1042

1066 nî 1 goe̍h 5 ji̍t
Edward Confessor.jpg c. 1003 nî
Islip, Oxfordshire

Son of Æthelred the Unready
and Emma of Normandy
Edith of Wessex
1045 nî 1 goe̍h 23 ji̍t
No children
1066 nî 1 goe̍h 5 ji̍t
Westminster Palace
Aged about 63
Son of Æthelred the Unready
Harold Godwinson
1066 nî 1 goe̍h 6 ji̍t

1066 nî 10 goe̍h 14 ji̍t
BayeuxTapestryScene13(crop2).jpg c. 1022

Godwin, Earl of Wessex
kap Gytha Thorkelsdóttir ê hāu-seⁿ
(1) Edith Swannesha
five children
(2) Ealdgyth
c. 1064
two children
1066 nî 10 goe̍h 14 ji̍t
Hastings
44 hòe
(Chiàu-tò͘ tiong sin-bông)
Supposedly named heir by Edward the Confessor
Witan soán-kí sán-seng
Edgar the Ætheling
1066 nî 10 goe̍h 15 ji̍t

1066 nî 12 goe̍h 17 ji̍t
Proclaimed, but never crowned[30]
Edgar the Ætheling.jpg c. 1051 nî
Hungary

Edward the Exile
kap Agatha ê hāu-seⁿ
Unmarried c. 1126 nî
Tāi-iok 75 hòe[30]
Grandson of Edmund Ironside

Chham-chiàu kap chù-kha[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

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