(King of the Northumbrians, 848/9-862/3 and 867)
(King of the Northumbrians, 862x863/867?867; killed at York, 867)
(A great fleet of pagans from the Danube) : On the arrival of Osberht 6, Ælle 3 and Anonymi 41, the pagans (Anonymi 34) immediately took flight and took pains to defend themselves within the defences of the city.
(Army assembled by Osberht 6 and Ælle 3) : The Christians (Anonymi 41), seeing the flight and fear of Anonymi 34, followed them and began to break down the wall. When they did this and a great part of them were within the city, the pagans (Anonymi 34), driven by grief and necessity, fiercely burst upon them, cut them down, put them to flight and scattered them within and outwith [the city].