1000-1049 Cnut

St. Brice's Day Massacre

Coronation of Edmund Ironside

After 23 Apr 1016 Edmund "Ironside" I King England was crowned I King England (Wessex) by Aelfstan aka Lyfing Unknown Archbishop Canterbury.

Battle of Assandun

On 18 Oct 1016 Battle of Assandun was fought between the Danish army of Canute aka Cnut King England and the English army commanded by Edmund "Ironside" I King England who was defeated.Following the battle Edmund "Ironside" I King England was compelled to agree to Canute aka Cnut King England reigning over all Engliand except Wessex, and to mutual succession ie one will succeed whoever dies first.

Marriage of Canute and Emma of Normandy

Around Aug 1017 Canute aka Cnut King England and Emma Normandy Queen Consort England were married.

Coronation of Cnut

In 1017 Canute aka Cnut King England was crowned as King England: Denmark by Aelfstan aka Lyfing Unknown Archbishop Canterbury.

Battle of Carham aka Coldstream

In 1018 the Battle of Carham aka Coldstream was fought between the combined forces Malcolm I King Scotland and Owen "The Bald" Strathclyde against Eadwulf Cudel Northumbria Earl Bernicia who was defeated.The outcome of the battle was to fix the Scottish border at the River Tweed.

Death of Canute

On 12 Nov 1035 Canute aka Cnut King England died at Shaftesbury.

Harthacanute Succeeds

On 12 Nov 1035 Harold "Harefoot" King England succeeded as King England: Denmark.

Murder of Aelfred "Aetheling" Wessex by Godwinson

Battle of Rhyd-y-groes

In 1039 at the battle of Battle of Rhyd-y-groes Edwine Mercia was killed by the Welsh.

Coronation of Edward the Confessor

On 03 Apr 1043 Edward "Confessor" King England was crowned as King England (Wessex) at Winchester Cathedral.

Battle of Val-ès-Dunes

In 1047 William "Conqueror" I King England, supported by Henry I King France, defeated a rebel army led by William "Conqueror" I King England cousin Guy Ivrea who opposed William "Conqueror" I King England succession as Duke of Normandy at the Battle of Val-ès-Dunes in Caen, Calvados, Basse Normandie.

Council of Reims

In 1049 Enguerrand Ponthieu II Count Ponthieu was excommunicated for his marriage Adelaide Normandy Count Troyes and Meaux being consanguineous during the Council of Reims

In 1049 Reims Cathedral, Reims was consecrated.Pope Leo XI was accepted the invitation to attend and announced the Council of Reims was to be held concurrent with consecration.During the course of the Council Geoffrey "Martel aka Hammer" Ingelger II Count Anjou was excommunicated for the imprisonment of Gervais Chateau-Du-Loir Archbishop Reims.