Hér Ida féng to ríce, ðonon Norþanhymbra cyne-cyn onwóc, and ríxode twelf geár. He timbrode Bebban burh, seó wæs ǽrost mid hegge betýned, and ðǽr æfter mid wealle
here [A. D. 547] Ida began to reign, from whom arose the royal race of the Northumbrians, and reigned twelve years. He built Bamborough, which was at first inclosed by a hedge, and afterwards by a wall,
- Chr. 547; Erl. 16, 7-10 .
From Bebban byrig
- Chr. 926; Th. 199, 31 .
Ðá becom Penda, Myrcna cyning, to ðære cynelícan byrig, seó is nemned Bebban burh
then came Penda, king of the Mercians, to the royal city, which is named Bamborough,
- Bd, 3, 16; S. 542, 18 : 3, 6 ;
- S. 528, 28 .
Hér wæs Bæbban burg tobrocon, and mycel herehúðe ðǽr genumen
here [A. D. 993] Bamborough was destroyed, and much spoil was there taken,
- Chr. 993; Erl. 133, 1 .
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