[ed-win, ey-uh d-win-uh]
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Eadwine completed and consolidated the conquests of his predecessors.
Eadwine and Morkere of Northumberland must have looked at that with regretful eyes.The Normans
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His prayers were heard; Eadwine was baptized, and made his capital, York, the seat of the bishopric of Paulinus.The English Church in the Middle Ages
For some years Eadwine had been in hiding, at one time with Welsh princes, at another time with English kings.
Kent was still the only Christian kingdom, and Eadwine was obliged to promise to his wife protection for her Christian worship.