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Author Ęthelweard
Source Title Chronicle of Ęthelweard
Date of composition 978x988
Language Latin

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*On the date of the work, @Campbell 1962, p. xiii n. 2 comments: '... Ęthelweard's work must belong to to the period 978-88, and in view of the reference in the final chapter-heading to the "deeds" of Ęthelred, a latish date within that limit is to be preferred.' *Book i has been omitted from this database as it falls outside the chronological scope of the present PASE project. *Editorial deductions as to the dates implied by Ęthelweard 1's system of relative dates are shown within angle brackets < > in the Date Source field.

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Event/Transaction List

Factoid Type Source Reference Short Description
1 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 29) Hun 1 reposed then [sc. at the time of writing] in the city of Winchester.
2 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 29) [Ludeca 1 was killed] and five duces (Anonymi 835) with him.
3 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.Cap. Cędwalla 1 was converted to faith in Christ.
4 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.9 Edgar 11 was crowned king in Bath.
5 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.9 Edgar 11 gave back his spirit to the author of the earth.
6 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.7 All the Northumbrians (Anonymi 2582) submitted to [Eadred 16].
7 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.7 The Scots (Anonymi 2583) swore oaths and unswerving faith [to Eadred 16].
8 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.6 Innumerable miracles took place at the tomb of Ęlfgifu 3 in the monastery at Shaftesbury up to the present day [i.e., the time of writing].
9 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.7 Eadred 16 passed away in peace.
10 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.6 Ęlfgifu 3 passed away.
11 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.6 Edmund 14 passed away.
12 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.6 Wulfstan 14 and the dux of the Mercians (Anonymous 924) caused Ragnald 2 and Olaf 4 to submit to the king [sc. Edmund 14].
13 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.6 Wulfstan 14 and the dux of the Mercians (Anonymous 924) expelled Ragnald 2 and Olaf 4 from the city of York.
14 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.5 Ęthelstan 18 passed from the world.
15 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.5 A huge battle was fought against the barbarians (Anonymi 2579) at 'Brunandun', still called the 'great battle'. Anonymi 2579 were vanquished.
16 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.5 The Scots (Anonymi 2580) and the Picts (Anonymi 2581) submitted [to Ęthelstan 18].
17 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 54) Edward 2 passed away.
18 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (pp. 53-4) The body of [Ęthelflęd 4] was buried in the citadel of Gloucester.
19 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.5 [Ęthelstan 18] drove the barbarians (Anonymi 2579) from the shores.
20 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 53) The greater part of that army (Anonymi 2578) departed for Ireland.
21 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 53) Ęthelflęd 4 passed from the world.
22 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 53) Eadwulf 28 passed away in the Northumbrian lands.
23 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 53) Ęthelred 1 passed from the world.
24 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 53) Ęthelred 1 was buried in peace in the citadel called Gloucester.
25 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 53) A very large fleet (Anonymi 2578) arrived at the Severn estuary. There was no serious fighting there that year.
26 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 53) Three kings, Halfdan 3, Eowils 1 and Inwęr 1, and many nobles and duces (Anonymi 2577) fell at Wednesfield.
27 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 52) Plegmund 1 took alms to Rome on behalf of the people (Anonymi 2589) and also of King Edward 2.
28 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (pp. 52-3) The throng (Anonymi 2538) harried in Mercia and across the River Severn.
29 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 53) The Mercian and West [Saxon] troops (Anonymi 2576) gained victory over the Danes (Anonymi 2538) at Wednesfield.
30 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 52) The barbarians (Anonymi 2538) broke the agreement with Edward 2 and also Ęthelred 1.
31 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 52) Plegmund 1 dedicated a very high tower in the city of Winchester.
32 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 52) Sigewulf 8 and others were killed during the hostilities in 902.
33 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 52) Hostilities began at Holme against the eastern enemy. Afterwards the barbarians (Anonymi 2538) were the victors.
34 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 51) Edward 2 was elected by the first men (Anonymi 2572).
35 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 52) Ęthelbald 4 assumed the prelacy of the city of York in the citadel at London.
36 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 51) Edward 2 was crowned with the royal crown on the day of Pentecost.
37 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 51) Alfred 8 passed away.
38 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 51) The body of Alfred 8 rested in peace in the city of Winchester.
39 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 51) A great deal of dissension arose amongst the bands of the English (Anonymi 2571) who then were resident in the territories of the Northumbrians.
40 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 51) The body of Guthfrith 3 was entombed at York in the great basilica.
41 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 51) Ęthelnoth 14 travelled from Wessex to York.
42 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 51) Guthfrith 3 died on the nativity of St Bartholomew.
43 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 50) Sigefrith 8 came with a large fleet (Anonymi 2570) and harried the coast.
44 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (pp. 50-1) A huge fleet (Anonymi 2588) arrived from the citadel at Boulogne bound for Lympne, a town of the English.
45 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 50) The Danes [sc. Hęsten 1 and Anonymi 2564] did not refuse hostages (Anonymi 2587).
46 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 50) The Danish stockaded earthwork at Benfleet collapsed, having been demolished by the inhabitants (Anonymi 2569).
47 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 50) The Danes [sc. Hęsten 1 and Anonymi 2564] again confirmed the peace. They promised to leave that region.
48 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 50) The deeds at Buttington have been celebrated by old people (Anonymi 2568).
49 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 50) The Anglo-Saxons [sc. Ęthelhelm 7 with others] fought against the Danes [sc. Hęsten 1 and others] at Buttington and gained the victory.
50 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 50) Ęthelhelm 7, Ęthelnoth 14 and Ęthelred 1 mustered forces.
51 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 50) Hęsten 1, breaking out from Benfleet, attacked with others the lands of the Mercians up to the borders of the British.
52 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 50) Protected by the army in the area (Anonymi 2538), Anonymi 2531 sailed from the port at Lympne to Mersea to meet the East Angles (Anonymi 2535).
53 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 49) Hostages (Anonymi 2563) were given by the Danes (Anonymi 2531) [at Thorney].
54 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 49) The Danes (Anonymi 2531) were held besieged on an island in the marsh, Thorney. Ęthelred 1 set out from London and helped Edward 2.
55 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (pp. 49-50) Anonymi 2531 asked for a peace-treaty. They agreed to leave the realm of Ęthelred 1 and did so.
56 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 49) Edward 2 was moving military forces (Anonymi 2586) through the southern parts of the English.
57 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 49) The forces of Edward 2 (Anonymi 2586) attacked Anonymi 2531, wounded their king (Anonymous 923) and drove them across the Thames.
58 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 49) A large fleet (Anonymi 2533) arrived with Hęsten 1 on the shores of the Thames.
59 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 49) Hęsten 1 and Anonymi 2533 measured out a camp for the whole winter.
60 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 49) Anonymi 2531 made their winter camp there [at Appledore].
61 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 49) The army from Gaul (Anonymi 2531) harried as far as Northamptonshire and Berkshire.
62 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 49) Hęsten 1 and Anonymi 2533 built a fortification at Milton Regis.
63 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 48) The ships [of the barbarians] (Anonymi 2531) crossed from Boulogne to the harbour of the Lympne and stayed at Appledore.
64 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 49) Anonymi 2531 destroyed an old fort at Appledore because there was only a small band of rustics inside it (Anonymi 2532).
65 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 48) [Maelinmun 1] returned home.
66 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 49) [Maccbethu 1] set apart under guard the relics of [Dubslane 1].
67 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 48) Dubslane 1, Maccbethu 1 and Maelinmun 1 came via Cornwall and visited Alfred 8.
68 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 48) The more eminent of them [sc. Dubslane 1] soon departed this life.
69 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 47) Beornhelm 8 took alms to Rome.
70 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 47) Guthrum 1 expired.
71 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 48) Dubslane 1, Maccbethu 1 and Maelinmun 1 set out for Rome. They intended to go from there to Jerusalem.
72 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 47) Guthrum 1 took the name 'Ęthelstan' from the font from his godfather, Alfred 8.
73 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 47) Ęthelbald 14 passed away.
74 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 47) Guthrum 1 settled mainly among the East Angles (Anonymi 2527), where he had first resided.
75 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 47) Ęthelred 13 passed away.
76 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 47) Ęthelswith 1 passed away.
77 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 46) Anonymi 2507 broke the treaty and attacked Alfred 8.
78 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 46) Alfred 8 besieged London and was well received by all (Anonymi 2534).
79 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 47) Ęthelhelm 7 went to Rome on behalf of the people of the church of the English.
80 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 46) Marinus 1 passed away.
81 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 46) Marinus 1 three times sent gifts made from the True Cross.
82 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 46) Marinus 1 set free the schola Anglorum, which is now at Rome, through the prior intervention of Alfred 8.
83 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 45) Alfred 8 sent a fleet (Anonymi 923) to the eastern parts of the Angles [i.e., to the East Angles] (Anonymi 2527).
84 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 44) Those (Anonymi 2507) who held the East Angles (Anonymi 2530) suddenly made a journey to Benfleet.
85 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (pp. 45-6) Ęthelwulf 1 had married a daughter (Judith 1) of Charlemagne 1.
86 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 44-5) There [at Benfleet] there was violent disagreement between Anonymi 2507 and Anonymi 2523. Some remained, some went overseas.
87 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 44) Those of Anonymi 2523 left behind [after the others went abroad] renewed the giving of hostages (Anonymi 2558) to the English (Anonymi 2525).
88 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 45) The fleet (Anonymi 923) met sixteen vessels (Anonymi 2528) at the mouth of the Stour and a battle ensued.
89 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 44) Twice during the year the remainder of Anonymi 2523 raided by deceit forested parts where the Thames reaches the southern shores.
90 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 44) Alfred 8 gave orders to Anonymous 922. Anonymi 2523 sought the shore.
91 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 44) Alfred 8 met four ships (Anonymi 2522): two were destroyed by him and two laid down arms and submitted.
92 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 43) Anonymi 2521 sought the Gallic area by ship and established themselves in a place called Ghent.
93 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 44) Alfred 8 arrived [at Rochester] with a West [Saxon] force (Anonymi 2525).
94 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 44) Anonymi 2523 besieged Rochester.
95 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 43) Anonymi 2507 established a camp for the winter.
96 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 43) Anonymi 2521 laid out a camp at Fulham.
97 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 43) The army (Anonymi 2507) brought all the inhabitants (Anonymi 2530) under their power.
98 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 43) The army (Anonymi 2507) left Cirencester and went to the territory of the East Angles (Anonymi 2530).
99 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 43) The pagans (Anonymi 2507) set out for Cirencester.
100 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 43) Ęthelnoth 14 purified [Guthrum 1] at Wedmore.
101 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 43) Anonymi 2507 swore oaths.
102 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 43) [Guthrum 1] accepted the water of baptism.
103 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 43) The king (Anonymous 919) and eight hundred men with him (Anonymi 2516) fell.
104 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 43) Alfred 8 [with Anonymi 2556] joined battle against Anonymi 2507 at Edington; Anonymi 2556 gained the victory.
105 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 43) Anonymi 2507 gave hostages (Anonymi 2520).
106 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 43) Anonymous 919 and Anonymi 2536 besieged Odda 2 in a certain fort. Eventually the Danes (Anonymi 2536) gained the victory.
107 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 43) The barbarians (Anonymi 2507) promised peace and sought for a treaty,
108 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 43) Anonymous 919 arrived in the country of the West Angles [= West Saxons] (Anonymi 2518) with thirty ships (Anonymi 2536).
109 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 42) They [sc. Ęthelnoth 14 and Anonymi 2517] built a fort on an island, Ęthelney, in a marsh.
110 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 42) Anonymi 2507 drove some (Anonymi 2537) across the seas to the shores of Gaul.
111 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 42) Anonymi 2507 made their winter settlement in Chippenham.
112 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 42) Alfred 8 fought daily against Anonymi 2507.
113 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 42) Ęthelnoth 14 tarried with a small force (Anonymi 2517) in a certain wood.
114 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 42) In a complex attack Anonymi 2507 made a settlement in the town called Gloucester.
115 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 42) Anonymi 2507 ravaged the kingdom of the Mercians, driving away its inhabitants everywhere (Anonymi 2514).
116 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 42) The barbarians (Anonymi 2507) entered treacherously into a peace agreement with Alfred 8 to leave his territory.
117 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 42) Anonymi 2507 broke their agreement made with a strong oath with the West Angles [= West Saxons] (Anonymi 2515).
118 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 42) Anonymi 2507 lost near the cliff called Swanage one hundred ships, a large part [of their fleet], in a storm.
119 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 42) Anonymi 2507 suddenly broke the peace agreement [with Alfred 8].
120 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 42) Anonymi 2507 entered Devon and laid out a camp in wintertime in the city of Exeter.
121 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 41) Oscytel 1, Guthrum 1 and Anwend 1 went with a huge army (Anonymi 2507) from Repton to Cambridge.
122 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 41) The king [sc. Alfred 8] made a peace agreement with Anonymi 2507 and gave them money.
123 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (pp. 41-2) Anonymi 2507 gave Alfred 8 hostages (Anonymi 2512) and swore an oath.
124 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 41) Oscytel 1, Guthrum 1 and Anwend 1 with an immense army (Anonymi 2507) made a settlement in Cambridge for twelve months.
125 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 41) The greater part of the province was ravaged by Anonymi 2507.
126 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 41) Alfred 8 went out with a ship-army (Anonymi 2508); a barbarian fleet (Anonymi 2509) met him and a battle ensued.
127 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 41) The army (Anonymi 2507) made a common settlement with the western army (Anonymi 2510) near Wareham, which it had not done before.
128 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 41) Halfdan 2 divided up the kingdom of the Northumbrians (Anonymi 2511), having conquered them all.
129 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 41) Anonymi 2504 quite often made war on the Picts (Anonymi 2505) and the Strathclyde Britons (Anonymi 2506).
130 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 41) Burgred 5 was buried in a worthy tomb in the church of the Holy Mother of Christ, which is now called the 'English schools'.
131 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 41) In wintertime Halfdan 2 made his settlement near the River Tyne.
132 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 41) Anonymi 34 broke the peace and ravaged the fields of the Mercians.
133 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 41) The barbarians (Anonymi 34) divided up the kingdom into two for themselves, Halfdan 2 taking the land of the Northumbrians (Anonymi 2511).
134 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 40) The barbarians (Anonymi 34) at last moved their settlement to Repton.
135 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 41) Burgred 5 passed away in Rome.
136 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 41) Burgred 5 started journeying, desiring to reach Rome.
137 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (pp. 40-1) The barbarians (Anonymi 34) drove Burgred 5 from his kingdom across the sea, twenty-two years since he first began his rule.
138 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 40) The barbarians (Anonymi 34) changed their enclosed settlement to a place called Torksey, near Lindsey.
139 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 40) The Mercian people (Anonymi 2503) renewed the peace agreement with Anonymi 34.
140 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 40) The Mercians (Anonymi 2503) reached agreement with Anonymi 34 in the form of a treaty and agreed on payments.
141 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 40) The pagans (Anonymi 34) arrived in the territory of the East Angles (Anonymi 878).
142 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 40) Anonymi 34 laid out a camp in the environs of London.
143 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 40) A battle took place near a forest called Aclea.
144 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 40) There was a battle fought at the Parret.
145 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 40) The Mercians (Anonymi 2457) and West Angles waged civil war; Ecgberht 10 gained the victory.
146 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 40) The army of barbarians (Anonymi 64 and Anonymi 34) encamped at Reading
147 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 40) Alfred 8 acceded to the [West Saxon] kingdom.
148 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 40) The West Saxons (Anonymi 2497) made peace with [the barbarian army] (Anonymi 34).
149 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 40) Ęthelred 15 died.
150 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 40) Eleven 'consules', whom they [sc. Anonymi 34] called 'earls', and one king fell.
151 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 40) The English (Anonymi 2497) fought nine battles, excluding those already mentioned.
152 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2-3 (p. 39) Ęthelred 15 was buried in the monastery called Wimborne.
153 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (pp. 39-40) A summer army (Anonymi 64) arrived at Reading, where Anonymi 34 joined them. They gained a pointless victory over the army of the West Saxons (Anonymi 2554).
154 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 39) After the death of his brothers, Alfred 8 obtained the kingdom, the last son of Ęthelwulf 1 to rule over all the provinces of Britain.
155 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (pp. 38-9) Ęthelweard 23 was composing the present passage to remind Matilda 1 of their common family ancestry.
156 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 38) Ęthelweard 23 had stirred Matilda 1's memory by means of his original letter.
157 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 38) Bishop Heahmund 4 fell there [sc. at Merantun], killed by the sword.
158 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 38) Ęthelred 15 and Alfred 8 renewed the contest against the barbarian army (Anonymi 34) on a wide front at Merantun. The latter gained the victory.
159 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (pp. 38-9) Ęthelred 15 passed away. He reigned for five years.
160 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 38) Heahmund 4's body lies buried in the place called Keynsham.
161 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 38) Anonymi 63 joined battle with Anonymi 34. The former were withdrawn and Anonymi 34 gained the victory but no spoil.
162 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 37) All the nobler youth of the leaders [of Anonymi 34] were killed at Ashdown. Such a slaughter had not been heard of since the Saxons gained Britain by battle.
163 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 37) Ęthelred 15 and Alfred 8 fought Anonymi 34 at Ashdown. There were great losses on both sides. Ęthelred 15 gained the victory.
164 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 37) Ęthelwulf 16 fell.
165 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 37) Ęthelwulf 16 was buried in Derby.
166 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 37) Ęthelwulf 16 with his men (Anonymi 2553) put two leaders (Anonymi 2498) to flight.
167 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 37) Ęthelred 15 and his army (Anonymi 63) arrived and an indescribable battle started in which Anonymi 34 were the victors.
168 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 37) The army of the barbarians (Anonymi 34) set out thence [sc. from the eastern part of the Angles] for Reading.
169 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (pp. 36-7) Ceolnoth 3 was buried at Canterbury.
170 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 36) Edmund 6's body lay entombed at Bury St Edmunds.
171 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 36) Ceolnoth 3 passed away.
172 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 36) Ivar 1 passed away.
173 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 36) Edmund 6 was killed by Anonymi 34 there [sc. at Thetford].
174 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 36) Edmund 6 chose to do battle against Anonymi 34.
175 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 36) Anonymi 34 measured out a camp in winter at a place called Thetford.
176 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 36) Anonymi 34 moved across the kingdom of the Mercians to the eastern part of the Angles (Anonymi 878).
177 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 36) The army (Anonymi 34) measured out a camp [at York] in the winter.
178 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 36) The army (Anonymi 34) went up to the city of York after a year.
179 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 36) Eanwulf 4 rested at the monastery called Glastonbury.
180 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 36) The army of pagans (Anonymi 34) overwintered at Nottingham.
181 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 36) Ealhstan 3 rested in the monastery called Glastonbury.
182 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 36) Those of Anonymi 2493 who survived (Anonymi 2495) made peace with Anonymi 34.
183 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 36) Ealhstan 3 passed away.
184 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 36) There was a slaughter of both peoples (Anonymi 34, Anonymi 2494) and both kings (Osberht 6, Ęlle 3) were killed.
185 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 36) Eanwulf 4 passed away.
186 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 36) All the people of that land alike (Anonymi 2492) chose a king [sc. Ęlle 3], who was not noble, over themselves
187 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 36) The people of that land (Anonymi 2492) gathered together large military forces (Anonymi 2493).
188 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 36) The people of that country (Anonymi 2492), aroused to fury, expelled their king, Osberht 6, from the throne, which he held legitimately.
189 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 36) There was considerable dissension among the inhabitants of that land (Anonymi 2492).
190 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 35) The army (Anonymi 34), having left the eastern region, were transported across the River Humber into the province of the Northumbrians to York.
191 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 35) The fleets (Anonymi 34) strengthened their armaments, mounted their horses and made peace with the inhabitants (Anonymi 878).
192 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.1 Anonymi 2488 ravaged the whole eastern quarter of Kent.
193 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 35) The fleets (Anonymi 34) arrived in England from the north and wintered among the East Angles (Anonymi 878).
194 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 35) The death of Ęthelberht 9.
195 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.1 Ęthelberht 3 died after a year.
196 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.1 Ęthelberht 9's body rested in peace in the monasterium of Sherborne.
197 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.1 The Danes (Anonymi 2488) broke the treaty.
198 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.1 The pagans (Anonymi 2488) promised peace to the dwellers in Kent (Anonymi 2489); the latter in turn produced money.
199 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.1 The pagans (Anonymi 2488) established themselves on the island of Thanet.
200 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.1 A very great fleet of pagans (Anonymi 28) landed and sacked the royal city of Winchester.
201 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.1 Osric 7 and Ęthelwulf 16 joined battle with the pagan fleet (Anonymi 28) and put them to flight, winning the victory.
202 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.1 Ęthelberht 9 succeeded to each dominion.
203 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.1 Ęthelbald 13 died after a period of five years [as king].
204 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.1 Ęthelberht 9 was appointed to the kingdom of the East, South and Middle Angles [i.e., Saxons].
205 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.1 Ęthelbald 13 was appointed king over the West Angles [i.e., West Saxons].
206 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.Cap. Concerning the murder [of Edward 12].
207 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.1 Ęthelwulf 1 died.
208 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.Cap. Concerning the warfare [of Ęthelstan 18].
209 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 33) Sceaf 2 arrived in Skaney in a boat surrounded by arms. He was received by the people (Anonymi 2549) there.
210 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 33) The people [of Skaney] (Anonymi 2549) guarded Sceaf 2 and afterwards elected him as king.
211 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32) The body of Ęthelwulf 1 reposed in the city of Winchester.
212 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 33) Ine 1 ended his life in Rome.
213 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32) Ęthelwulf 1 died.
214 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32) Charles 4 gave Ęthelwulf 1 his daughter [sc. Judith 1] in marriage.
215 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32) Ęthelwulf 1 set out for Rome in great style and remained there for twelve months.
216 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32) Ęthelwulf 1 granted a tithe of his property to the Lord and decided the same should be done in his whole kingdom.
217 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32) The pagans (Anonymi 15) wintered in the place [called] Sheppey.
218 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32) Ęthelwulf 1 gave Burgred 5 his daughter (Ęthelswith 1) in marriage.
219 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32) There was great warfare in the isle of Thanet against the pagans (Anonymi 2485): there was considerable slaughter on either side (Anonymi 2485, Anonymi 2486) and many drowned in the sea.
220 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32) [Leo 2] called [Alfred 8] his spiritual son.
221 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32) Burgred 5 asked Ęthelwulf 1 for assistance in subduing the Welsh (Anonymi 11).
222 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32) [Leo 1] consecrated [Alfred 8] as king.
223 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32) Ęthelwulf 1 sent Alfred 8 to Rome in the days of Leo 1.
224 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32) Anonymi 6 returned across the river Thames, through the province of Surrey to the southern part.
225 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32) Ęthelwulf 1 conquered the British (Anonymi 11) and subjected them to tribute.
226 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (pp. 31-2) 350 ships of pagans (Anonymi 6) arrived at the mouth of the Thames, destroyed Canterbury and put Beorhtwulf 2 to flight, after conquering his army (Anonymi 7).
227 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32) Ęthelwulf 1 with the West Saxons (Anonymi 2481) met Anonymi 6 at Aclea; many fell on both sides.
228 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 31) The foreigners (Anonymi 2478) wintered for the first time on the island of Thanet.
229 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 31) Ceorl 2 started war against the pagans (Anonymi 2476) at Vuiganbeorg, killed many Danes and gained the place of victory.
230 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 31) Eanwulf 4 with Ealhstan 3 and Osric 7 fought against a pagan army (Anonymi 851) at the mouth of the Parrett and were the victors.
231 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 31) Ęthelstan 3 and Ealhhere 11 waged war against an army of Danes (Anonymi 9), killed many of them, put their squadrons to flight and captured nine ships.
232 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 31) Ęthelwulf 1 started war against the Danes (Anonymi 849) at Carhampton and was defeated by them.
233 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 31) Likewise this [scil., a great slaughter] was done in the city of London and in Quentovic and in the town of Rochester.
234 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 30) Ęthelhelm 3 renewed war against the pagan army (Anonymi 844) at Portland.
235 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (pp. 30-1) Hereberht 6 was killed by the Danes (Anonymi 846) in the place of the marsh dwellers (Anonymi 2470).
236 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 31) There was a great slaughter by the same army (Anonymi 846) in the city of Lindsey and in the province of Kent and among the East Angles (Anonymi 2471).
237 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 30) Wulfheard 12 passed away in a natural death.
238 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 30) The Danes (Anonymi 844) at length were the victors and killed Ęthelhelm 3 and his companions (Anonymi 2468).
239 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 30) Wulfheard 12 waged war against a pagan fleet of 33 ships (Anonymi 2466) and was the victor.
240 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 30) Ecgberht 10 passed away.
241 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 30) Ecgberht 10 passed away.
242 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 30) Ecgberht 10 with his army (Anonymi 837) put the ship-army (Anonymi 841) and the West Britons (Anonymi 842) to flight at Hingston Down.
243 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 30) A powerful ship-army (Anonymi 841) arrived at the shores of the West Britons (Anonymi 842).
244 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 30) Ecgberht 10 fought a fleet of thirty-five ships (Anonymi 840) in a place called Carhampton. The Danes (Anonymi 840) gained the victory.
245 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 30) A large ship-army (Anonymi 841) arrived on the shores of the West Britons (Anonymi 842).
246 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 30) The pagans (Anonymi 2462) harried the territory of the place called Sheppey.
247 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 30) Ecgberht 10 led an army (Anonymi 837) against the North Britons (Anonymi 838); when all were made subject, Ecgberht 10 returned in peace.
248 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (pp. 29-30) Ecgberht 10 led an army (Anonymi 837) against the Northumbrians (Anonymi 2459), who humbly submitted to him.
249 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 29) Ecgberht 10 subjected to his power the whole kingdom which lay south of the river Humber.
250 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 29) The East Angles (Anonymous 917 and Anonymi 2454) drew up arms against Beornwulf 3, whom they killed.
251 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 29) The East Angles (Anonymous 917 and Anonymi 2454) took up arms against Beornwulf 3 and defeated his army (Anonymi 2457).
252 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 29) The people of Kent (Anonymi 825) and others submitted to Ęthelwulf 1 and others.
253 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 29) The king of the East Angles (Anonymous 917) with the witan (Anonymi 2454) visited Ecgberht 10 [to ask] for peace and protection because of fear of the Mercians (Anonymi 2455).
254 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 29) Ecgberht 10 sent Ęthelwulf 1 and others to Kent.
255 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 29) Ęthelwulf 1 with others pursued Baldred 4 across the Thames to the north.
256 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 29) Ęthelwulf 1 and others defeated the army [of Baldred 4].
257 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.29 Hun 1 was killed there [at the battle of Ellendun].
258 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (pp. 28-9) Ecgberht 10 joined battle with Beornwulf 3 at Ellendun and Ecgberht 10 was the victor. There was great loss, however, on both sides.
259 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 28) Battle was joined against the British (Anonymi 2448) in the province of the people of Devon in a place called Galford.
260 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 28) After a period of a year a great synod was held in the place called Clofesho and Burghelm 2 and Muca 2 were killed in that place.
261 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 28) After a period of two years the kingdom [of the Mercians] was taken from Ceolwulf 5.
262 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 28) Cuthred 11 passed away.
263 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 28) Cenwulf 3 passed away.
264 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 28) Gregory 1 passed away in the tenth year after the mission [of Augustine 1 to the English people].
265 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 28) From the arrival of Augustine 1 sent by Gregory 1, 204 [years to the date of the Battle of Kempsford].
266 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 28) Three hundred years had passed from when Cerdic 1 had conquered the western part of Britain [when the battle of Kempsford took place].
267 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 28) The arrival of Hengest 1 and Horsa 1 in Britain was 350 [years] before the Battle of Kempsford.
268 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 28) Both [sc. Ęthelmund 2 and Wiohstan 2] fell there [sc. at Kempsford].
269 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 28) Wiohstan 2 with troops from Wiltshire (Anonymi 2447) met Ęthelmund 2 at Kempsford. Battle was joined and the people of Wiltshire gained the victory.
270 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (pp. 27-8) Ecgberht 10 was consecrated to the kingdom over the West Angles [= West Saxons].
271 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.2 Beorhtric 1 passed away.
272 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.2 Eadberht 18 was captured and they led him burdened with chains to the Mercians (Anonymi 2547).
273 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.2 Cenwulf 3 harried Kent and the province that is called Romney Marsh.
274 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.1 Hengest 1 and Horsa 1 were carried to Britain.
275 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.1 Ęthelred 7 was killed by his own people.
276 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.1 Hadrian 3 passed away.
277 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.1 Ecgfrith 7 died in the same year [as Offa 7].
278 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.1 He himself [sc. Offa 7] passed away after the end of the second year [after the beheading of Ęthelberht 11].
279 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.1 Offa 7 ordered that the head of Ęthelberht 11 be cut off.
280 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iii.1 Three ships of Danes (Anonymi 2446) killed Beaduheard 1 and those with him (Anonymi 2546).
281 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.20 At the end of a period of two years Beorhtric 1 married Eadburg 5, the daughter of Offa 7.
282 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.19 Cyneheard 3 was also killed there [where Cynewulf 4 was killed].
283 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.19 Cyneheard 3 killed Cynewulf 4.
284 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.19 Cynewulf 4 and Offa 7 waged war amongst themselves over Bensington, which fell to Offa 7.
285 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.19 Huge serpents were seen among the South Angles [= South Saxons] (Anonymi 2545), [an area] which is called Sussex.
286 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.19 Civil war was waged between the people of Kent (Anonymi 2543) and of the Mercians (Anonymi 2544) in a place called Otford.
287 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.19 Cynewulf 4 seized the kingdom from Sigeberht 4.
288 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.18 (p. 24) Not long after Beornred 1 succeeded to the kingdom, he died.
289 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.18 (p. 24) The body of Ęthelbald 4 reposed in the monasterium which is called Repton.
290 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.18 (p. 24) Ęthelbald 4 was killed in a place called Seckington.
291 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.18 (p. 24) Cyneheard 3 reposed in the church which is commonly called Axminster.
292 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.18 (p. 24) The body of Cynewulf 4 lay entombed in the city of Winchester.
293 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.18 (pp. 23-4) Anonymi 2445 killed Cyneheard 3 and Anonymi 2444 with the exception of a godson of Osric 5 (Anonymous 915).
294 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.18 (p. 23) Cyneheard 3 offered Anonymi 2443 rewards and honours but they refused and continued fighting until all died except a British hostage (Anonymous 914).
295 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.18 (p. 23) After Cyneheard 3 besieged Cynewulf 4 at Merantune, the former's companions (Anonymi 2444) killed Cyneheard 3.
296 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.18 (p. 23) Cynewulf 4 was visiting a prostitute (Anonymous 304) at Merantun accompanied by only a few men (Anonymi 2443).
297 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.18 (pp. 22-3) Cynewulf 4 tried to expel Cyneheard 3 from his territory.
298 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.18 (p. 22) Cynewulf 4 quite often waged major battles against the Britons (Anonymi 2442).
299 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.17 Sigeberht 4 lived [in the Weald] until he was killed by a swineherd (Anonymous 301).
300 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.17 Cynewulf 4 drove Sigeberht 4 with an armed attack into trackless parts of the place called the Weald.
301 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.17 Moved by an old affront, Sigeberht 4 killed a certain dux, [Cumbra 1].
302 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.17 Cynewulf 4 took the kingdom from Sigeberht 4.
303 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.17 Cynewulf 4 invaded the kingdom of Sigeberht 4.
304 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.16 Cuthred 7 died.
305 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.16 Cuthred 7 took up arms against the Britons (Anonymi 816).
306 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.16 Cuthred 7 took up arms against Ęthelbald 4 in a place called Beorgford.
307 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.16 Cuthred 7 began war against Ęthelhun 3 because of some ill-will in state affairs.
308 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.14 Under that same portent [sc. the moon coloured by drops of blood], Bede 1 passed away.
309 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.14 Under that same portent [sc. the moon coloured by drops of blood], Tatwine 2 passed away.
310 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.15 They both [sc. Eadberht 11 and Ecgberht 7] then [sc. at the time of writing] rested in the city of York under the roof of one porticus.
311 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.14 Ęthelbald 4 took into his power the royal settlement which is called Somerton.
312 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.13 Osric 5 was killed.
313 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.12 Ine 1 and Ceolred 1 joined battle against those opposing them with arms (Anonymi 2438) at Adam's Grave.
314 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.13 Ecgberht 6 passed away.
315 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.13 Ęthelheard 6 began war against Oswald 3.
316 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.12 Ine 1 killed Cynewulf 1.
317 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.13 Ine 1 set out for Rome.
318 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.12 Ine 1 started fighting against the South Angles [= South Saxons] (Anonymi 2439).
319 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.12 Guthlac 2 passed away.
320 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.12 Beorhtfrith 3 waged war against the Picts (Anonymi 2437).
321 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.12 Nothhelm 1 and Ine 1 waged war against Geraint 1.
322 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.11 Aldhelm 3 passed away.
323 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.11 Aldfrith 1 passed away.
324 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.11 Ęthelred 2 adopted the monastic habit.
325 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.10 The Dwellers in Kent (Anonymi 809) paid Ine 1 for involving themselves against him with Anonymi 2436 in the burning of his relative (Mul 1).
326 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.10 Anonymi 2436 had burned a relative of Ine 1 (Mul 1).
327 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.10 Cędwalla 1 received the faith of Christ.
328 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.10 Cędwalla 1 received baptism and the faith of Christ, after which the Pope (Anonymous 921) named him Peter.
329 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.10 Cędwalla 1 set out for Rome.
330 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.9 Cerdic 1 received the western part from the Britons (Anonymi 2434).
331 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.9 Centwine 1 pursued the Britons (Anonymi 2433) from their territories to the sea.
332 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.8 Hild 1 passed away.
333 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.8 The synod of Theodore 1 was held in a place called Hatfield.
334 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.8 Wulfhere 1 began mutual war with Cenwealh 2 [= Ęscwine 2] at Bedanheafod.
335 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.7 Ecgfrith 4 succeeded after Oswiu 1 [as king of the Northumbrians].
336 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.7 Cenwealh 2 passed away.
337 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.7 Oswiu 1 passed away.
338 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.7 Cenwealh 2 again waged war near the town called Posentesburh and led Wulfhere 1 captive to Ashdown, having conquered his army (Anonymi 2431).
339 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.7 Cenwealh 2 and Pionna 1 renewed war against the Britons (Anonymi 2427) and pursued them to the place called Parret.
340 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.7 The Mercians (Anonymi 2430) received the baptism of Christ.
341 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.7 Penda 1 passed away.
342 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.7 [Cenwealh 2] waged civil war at Bradford-on-Avon.
343 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.7 Cenwealh 2 granted Cuthred 1 three thousands of his property adjoining the highland called Ashdown.
344 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.6 Birinus 1 baptized Cuthred 1 in the same city [sc. Dorchester].
345 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.6 Cynegils 1 received baptism from Birinus 1 at Dorchester.
346 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.6 Birinus 1 came to the West Angles [= West Saxons] (Anonymi 2429), preaching to them the Gospel of Christ.
347 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.6 Cynegils 1 and Cwichelm 1 waged a war against Penda 1 near a town called Cirencester.
348 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.6 Having overcome the army (Anonymi 2428) of the Britons (Anonymi 2427) at Beamdun, Cynegils 1 and Cwichelm 1 killed 2,040 of them.
349 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.6 Cynegils 1 and Cwichelm 1 began a war against the Britons (Anonymi 2427) at Beamdun.
350 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.5 Gregory 1 sent baptism to the English (Anonymi 2417) through Augustine 1.
351 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.5 Gregory 1 departed.
352 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.5 The East Angles (Anonymi 2421) received baptism.
353 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.4 Gregory 1 sent the apostolic pallium to Augustine 1.
354 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.3 Ceolwulf 2 is reported to have waged war against his own people (Anonymi 2423), the British (Anonymi 2424), the Picts (Anonymi 2425) and the Scots (Anonymi 2426).
355 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.2 Some pagans (Anonymi 2422) worshipped Woden 1 as a god then [sc. at the time of writing].
356 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.2 Ęthelberht 3 was baptized.
357 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.2 Augustine 1 arrived when Ęthelberht 3 was ruling over Kent.
358 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.2 Ęthelberht 3 yielded to Augustine 1 with all his household (Anonymi 2418) and accepted the faith.
359 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.1 Not a few miracles occur at the tomb of Augustine 1 up to the present day.
360 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.1 Christ showed very many miracles to those believing in Him (Anonymi 2591) through the prayers of Augustine 1.
361 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.1 The English (Anonymi 2417) adopted the faith and built churches on the arrival of Augustine 1 and others.
362 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.1 Gregory 1 sent Augustine 1, English youths (Anonymi 2414) and brothers (Anonymi 2416) [to England].
363 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.1 Gregory 1 planned to go on a journey [to England] but the Romans (Anonymi 2415) would not let him.
364 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.1 Gregory 1 baptized the English youths (Anonymi 2414).
365 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.1 Gregory 1 met English youths (Anonymi 2414) and asked whether they were Christians.
366 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.Cap. Cynewulf 4 engaged in war.
367 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.Cap. Centwine 1 engaged in wars.
368 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.Cap. Theodore 1 held a synod.
369 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.Cap. Cuthred 1 was baptized.
370 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.Cap. Cynegils 1 was baptized.
371 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.Cap. Birinus 1 arrived.
372 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.Cap. Cynegils 1 waged war.
373 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.Cap. Gregory 1 died.
374 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.Cap. Gregory 1 sent the pallium of apostleship to Augustine 1.
375 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.Cap. Ceolwulf 2 was continuously at war.
376 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.Cap. Ęthelberht 3 was baptized.
377 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.Cap. Augustine 1 arrived, having been sent by Gregory 1.
378 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  Prol. Ęthelweard 23 reported his ignorance about the descendants of Anonymous 921 and Anonymous 910.
379 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  Prol. He [?Ęthelstan 18] furthermore joined the other [sister] (Anonymous 921) to a certain king (Anonymous 910) near the Alps.
380 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  Prol. Ęthelstan 18 sent two of his sisters (Anonymous 921 and Eadgyth 2) to Otto 1.
381 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  Prol. Eadgyth 2 seemed the better to Otto 1 [to marry].
382 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  Prol. Eadhild 1 also was sent to marry Hugh 1.
383 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  Prol. Eadgifu 3 was sent to Gaul to marry Charles 5.
384 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  Prol. Alfred 8 sent Ęlfthryth 5 to Germania to Baldwin 2 in marriage.
385 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  Prol. The parents (Anonymi 2412) of Ęthelweard 23 instructed him in who the relatives of him and Matilda 1 were and how and where [they were related].
386 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  Prol. Ęthelweard 23 and Matilda 1 exchanged letters.
387 Event Ęthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 42) a large part [sc. of their fleet] was sunk, one hundred tall ships in number, near the cliff which is called Swanage.
388 Transaction Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.Cap. Augustine 1's pallium of apostleship
389 Transaction Ęthelweard.Chron  ii.7 Three thousands of his [sc. Cenwealh 2's] property adjoining the highland called Ashdown.