The gemot is summoned to meet this day week—that is on the third of October—and we shall wait to hear what steps they take.
Sigeferth and Morcar were slain in Eadric's house at the Oxford gemot.
Godwine and his son Harold were summoned to the gemot, but refused to appear without a security for a safe conduct.
The gemot met and decreed the restoration of the earl and the outlawry of many Normans.
If anyone failed to attend the gemot thrice after being summoned, he was to pay the king a fine for his disobedience.
Some time during the first half of the year, a gemot was summoned to meet at Oxford, near the border of the Danelaw.
During the sessions of the gemot, the brothers were accused of treason and slain in the house of Eadric, the Mercian earl.