Ingimundr, also known as Hingamund, Igmunt, Ingimund, was a tenth century Viking warlord. In 902, Irish sources record that the Vikings were driven from Dublin. It is almost certainly in the context of this exodus that Ingimundr appears on record. He is recorded to have led the abortive settlement of Norsemen on Anglesey, before being driven out from there as well. He appears to have then led his folk to the Wirral peninsula, where the English allowed him to settle his followers. Ingimundr's invasion of Anglesey may be the most notable Viking attack in Welsh history.

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  • Ingimundr (Hingamund en las crónicas contemporáneas) fue un caudillo vikingo procedente de reino de Dublín responsable de la mayor ofensiva escandinava en Bretland (Gales) según los anales irlandeses y galeses. Los anales le mencionan como «usurpador de Dublín» y estuvo devastando la región entre 902 y 911.​ Ingimundr logró crear un pequeño asentamiento en Wirrall, al sur de Mersey. Los anales fragmentarios de Irlanda citan el desembarco de un gran contingente en Anglesey en el año 903,​​ pero Cadell ap Rhodri, hijo de Rhodri el Grande, les hizo frente y según Brut y Tywysogion el vikingo fue derrotado en la batalla de Ros Melion. Tras la derrota siguen su devastación hacia Chester, donde el rey Ethelfleda de Wessex les garantiza tierra para asentarse en paz.​​ Los historiadores consideran que el contenido del es prueba de una posible alianza de Jórvik y Dublín para la campaña en Gales,​ y que Ingimundr pudo ser un caudillo llamado Agmund muerto en la batalla de Tettenhall (910) y dio nombre al territorio de Amounderness, en Lancashire.​ (es)
  • Ingimundr, also known as Hingamund, Igmunt, Ingimund, was a tenth century Viking warlord. In 902, Irish sources record that the Vikings were driven from Dublin. It is almost certainly in the context of this exodus that Ingimundr appears on record. He is recorded to have led the abortive settlement of Norsemen on Anglesey, before being driven out from there as well. He appears to have then led his folk to the Wirral peninsula, where the English allowed him to settle his followers. Ingimundr's invasion of Anglesey may be the most notable Viking attack in Welsh history. (en)
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  • Ingimundr, also known as Hingamund, Igmunt, Ingimund, was a tenth century Viking warlord. In 902, Irish sources record that the Vikings were driven from Dublin. It is almost certainly in the context of this exodus that Ingimundr appears on record. He is recorded to have led the abortive settlement of Norsemen on Anglesey, before being driven out from there as well. He appears to have then led his folk to the Wirral peninsula, where the English allowed him to settle his followers. Ingimundr's invasion of Anglesey may be the most notable Viking attack in Welsh history. (en)
  • Ingimundr (Hingamund en las crónicas contemporáneas) fue un caudillo vikingo procedente de reino de Dublín responsable de la mayor ofensiva escandinava en Bretland (Gales) según los anales irlandeses y galeses. Los anales le mencionan como «usurpador de Dublín» y estuvo devastando la región entre 902 y 911.​ Ingimundr logró crear un pequeño asentamiento en Wirrall, al sur de Mersey. (es)
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  • Ingimundr (tenth century) (en)
  • Ingimundr (vikingo) (es)
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