His rebellious behaviour in the Danelaw, his raid into English Mercia, give little promise of future statesmanship.
Barty felt that he had seen a great deal in the world since he left the farm in the Danelaw.
Elgiva had her strength in the Danelaw; there were her kinsmen, and there her family had once been prominent.
After the treaty of Wedmore the district became part of the Danelaw.
Was then the Danelaw the district within which the systems prevailed?
Little by little the Danelaw was yielding to the common law of England, but that did not worry an Appleby.
But also we have hardly a single land-book of early date which deals with any part of the territory that became the Danelaw.
Sweyn had evidently counted on a friendly reception in the Scandinavian settlements of the Danelaw, and he was not disappointed.
The Northmen in the Danelaw were being forced into political relations with the Saxon kings.
Some time during the first half of the year, a gemot was summoned to meet at Oxford, near the border of the Danelaw.