The monastic community founded by St. Columba on the tiny island of Iona off the west coast of Scotland was attacked by the Vikings. The Vikings returned in 806 killing over sixty of the people living there.
Egbert becomes King of Wessex
Egbert had gone into exile but when King Beorhtric of Wessex died Egbert returned to England and claimed the Wessex throne.
The monastic community on the tiny and remote island off the north west coast of Ireland was attacked by the Vikings.
The monastery on the island of Noirmoutier just to the south of the River Loire's mouth was attacked.
Charlemagne died due to an illness after living into his early seventies. He was buried in the basilica that he had built in Aachen. Charlemagne was succeeded by Louis the Pious who was his only surviving legitimate son.
To prevent problems with succession, Louis I, divided his lands between his three sons. Lothar, the eldest, became joint ruler of the empire, while Pepin, the second son, became ruler of Aquitaine, and Louis, the youngest, became ruler of Germany. Unfortunately, the plan to get the brothers to work together failed and it led to revolt and conflict.
Bernard, the king of Italy, and nephew of Louis I, rose up in revolt as he had been overlooked in the division of the empire. His army was weak in comparison to that of Louis and Bernard was captured, Louis could have have Bernard executed, but had him blinded instead. Even so, Bernard died several days later.