Ine, also rendered Ini or Ina, (Latin: Inus; c. AD 670 – after 726) was King of Wessex from 689 to 726 (Wikipedia). This is a name still used today, apparently, but I do not find it in the Longman Pronunciation Dictionary. Three pronunciations at least can be found on the web: /'aɪn i/, /'ɪn.ə/, and /'ɪn/.
Is the pronunciation of the king's name known , and if so, which is it? The modern English pronunciation is what is needed, but the Anglo-Saxon pronunciation and related historical facts are welcome.