- Copsi of Northumbria
Copsi (also known as Copsig) was a
Northumbrian magnate in late Anglo-Saxon England. He was a supporter of Tostigand was exiled along with him in 1065. He fled to Orkney, then part of Norway. He returned the next year (1066) when he joined Tostig at Sandwich in Kentwith 17 ships. He survived Tostig's defeat at Stamford Bridge and when William the Conquerorprevailed at Hastings, he went down in March 1067 to Barkingwhere William was staying while his tower was being constructed in Londonand did homage. In return, William made him earl of Northumbriaand sent him back to York. He lasted five weeks before he was murdered by Osulf, son of Earl Eadulf III of the ancient Bernician family which had once ruled from Bamburgh, at Newburn-upon-Tyne. Osulf ruled as earl until the Autumn.
*Stenton, Sir Frank M. "Anglo-Saxon England Third Edition".
Oxford University Press, 1971.
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