Hér, A. D. ccccxcv, cóman twegen ealdormen on Brytene, Cerdic and Cynríc his sunu, mid v scipum on ðone stede ðe is gecweden Cerdices óra, and ðý ilcan dæge hie gefuhtan wið Wealum here, A. D. 495, came two aldormen to Britain, Cerdic and Cynric his son, with five ships, at the place which is called Cerdic's shore [on the south of Dorsetshire, v. Cerdices óra ],
and on the same day they fought against the Welsh,
- Chr. 495 ;
- Th. 24, 26-33 .
Hér Cerdic forþférde, and Cynríc his sunu rícsode forþ xxvi wintra
in this year [A. D. 534] Cerdic died, and Cynric his son reigned for twenty-six years,
- 534 ;
- Erl. 14. 32 .
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