Hér Eádgár to ríce féng at Acemannes byrig, ðæt is at Baðan here, A. D. 972,
Edgar took the kingdom at Akeman's burgh, that is at Bath,
- Chr. 972; Th. 225, 18, col. 3 .
On ðære ealdan byrig, Acemannes ceastre; ac beornas Baðan nemnaþ
in the old burgh, Akeman's Chester; but men call it Bath,
- Chr. 973; Ing. 158, 26 .
At Acemannes beri
at Akeman's bury,
- Ing. 158, note g .
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