Ælfheah


Ælfheah

Ælfheah may refer to:

* Alphege (died 1012), martyred Saint and Archbishop of Canterbury
* Alphege the Bald (died 951), Saint, and the first Bishop of Winchester
* Alphege of Wells (died c. 937), third Bishop of Wells
* Elphege of Lichfield (died 1012-1014), Anglo-Saxon Bishop of Lichfield
* Ælfheah, Ealdorman of Hampshire, brother of Ælfhere, Ealdorman of Mercia


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