A couple of links relating to the Battle of Brunanburh*
1. Ian McDougall’s 1995 article: ‘Discretion and deceit: a re-examination of a military stratagem in Egils saga’.
This discusses, among other things, the various theories surounding the location of the battle. Full text online via De Re Militari (The Society for Medieval Military History).
2. An audio file of the Old English ‘Brunanburh’ poem, recited by Professor Michael Drout. It can be heard at his website Anglo-Saxon Aloud (along with audio of numerous other OE poems).
*This famous battle was fought by Athelstan, king of the West Saxons, against a coalition of Vikings, Scots and Britons in 937. Its location is unknown. I used to think it was most likely fought at Bromborough in Cheshire, but now I’m inclined to look much further north.