Hér Æðelbryht Contwara cyning forþférde, and Eádbald his sunu féng to ríce, se forlét his fulluht and leofode on hǽðenum þeáwe, swá ðæt he hæfde his fæder láfe to wife
in this year [A.D. 616] Ethelbert, king of the Kentish people, died, and Eadbald his son succeeded to the kingdom, who disregarded his baptism, and lived in heathen manner, so that he had his father's widow to wife,
- Chr. 616 ;
- Th. 40, 2-9: Bd. 2, 5;
- S. 506, 36.
Hér Eádbald [Eádbold, col. 2] Cantwara cining forþférde, se wæs cining xxiv wintra
in this year [A.D. 640] Eadbald, king of the Kentish people, died, who was king twenty-four years,
- Chr. 640 ;
- Th. 47, 20, col. 1: Bd. 3, 8;
- S. 531, 6.
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