NORTHUMBRIA (regnum Northanhymbrorum), one of the most important of the Anglo-Saxon kingdoms, extended from the Humber to the Forth.
From this time onwards the Humber formed the boundary between the two kingdoms. In 684 we hear of the first English invasion of Ireland, but in the following year Ecgfrith was slain and his army totally destroyed by the Picts at a place called Nechtansmere (probably Dunnichen Moss in Forfarshire).
These are generally made from the alluvial clays found around the Humber Estuary.
The Humber works manufactures two important product ranges - the Multisperse® range of elastomer bound dispersions and the Caloxol® range of calcium oxide desiccants.
However, she did not realize that she would end up dangling on a rope 100 feet high from the Humber Bridge.
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