- Chr. Erl. 100, 30 ,
Hér com Æðelflǽd, Myrcna hlǽfdige, on ðone hálgan ǽfen Inuentione Sanctæ Crucis, to Scergeate, and ðǽr ðá burh getimbrede; and, ðæs ilcan geáres, ða æt Bricge
here, A. D. 912, Æthelfled, the lady of the Mercians, came to Scergeat [Sarrat ?] on the holy eve of the Inventio Sanctæ Crucis [May third], and there built the burgh; and in the same year, that at Bridgenorth,
- Chr. 912; Th. 187; 6-10, col. 1 :
- Chr. 913; Th. 186, 11-37, col. 2 :
- Chr. 917; Th. 190, 37m col. 2: 192, 1, col. 2 :
- Chr. 918; Th. 192, 7, col. 2 :
- Th. Diplm. A. D. 886-899, 138, 5-11: 138, 29-32 .
Ðá on ðæm setle Eádweard cyng ðǽr sæt [æt Steanforde], ðá gefór Æðelflǽd his swystar æt Tameworþige, xii nihtum ǽr middum sumera. Ðá gerád he ða burg æt Tameworþige; and him cierde to eall se þeódscype on Myrcna lande, ðe Æðelflǽde ǽr underþeóded wæs
then, while king Edward was tarrying there [at Stamford], Æthelfled his sister died at Tamworth, twelve nights before midsummer. Then rode he to the borough of Tamworth; and all the population in Mercia turned to him, which before was subject to Æthelfled,
- Chr. 922 ; Erl. 108, 22-26 .
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