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Battle of Brunanburh

The Battle of Brunanburh was a West Saxon victory in 937 by the army of king Athelstan and his brother Edmund over the combined armies of Olaf[?], viking king of Dublin and Constantine, king of Scotland. The location of this battle has not yet been identified.

Our chief source for the details of this battle come from the Anglo-Saxon poem of the same name.

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