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<!--nb. portrait images at ~100px, landscape images at ~200px--> [[Image:Edward the Martyr.jpg|100px|left]]The holy and right-believing '''[[ Edward the Martyr|King Edward the Martyr]]''' (c. 962 – [[March 18]], 978/979) succeeded his father Edgar of England as King of England in 975, but was murdered after a reign of only a few years. As the murder was attributed to "irreligious" opponents, whereas Edward himself was considered a good Christian, he was [[glorification|glorified]] as ''[[Saint]] Edward the [[Martyr]]'' in 1001; he may also be considered a [[passion-bearer]]. His [[feast day]] is celebrated on [[March 18]], the uncovering of his [[relics]] is commemorated on [[February 13]], and the elevation of his relics on [[June 20]].
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