Eadgyth (disambiguation)


Eadgyth (disambiguation)

Eadgyth is an Anglo-Saxon female name. As it was later sometimes given as Edith, it can be confused with Eadgifu and Ealdgyth. It might refer to:

* Eadgyth (died 946), wife of Emperor Otto I
* Edith of Wessex (died 1075), wife of Edward the Confessor
* Saint Edith of Wilton (died c. 984), daughter of King Edgar
* Saint Editha, a 10th Century Anglo-Saxon saint

ee also

* Eadgifu,
* Ealdgyth (disambiguation).


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