Anglo-Saxon Chronicle

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Anglo-Saxon Chronicle (9th century) 
compiled under the direction of Alfred the Great
Nine versions of the Chronicle, some of which vary greatly, are extant.

Originals[edit]

  1. Anglo Saxon Chronicle (A-Prime), refered to as the Parker Manuscript
  2. Anglo Saxon Chronicle (A) (or G), refered to as the Winchester Manuscript
  3. Anglo Saxon Chronicle (B), refered to as the Abingdon Manuscript
  4. Anglo Saxon Chronicle (C), refered to as the Abingdon Manuscript II
  5. Anglo Saxon Chronicle (D), refered to as the Worcester Manuscript
  6. Anglo Saxon Chronicle (E), refered to as the Laud Manuscript or the Peterborough Manuscript
  7. Anglo Saxon Chronicle (F), refered to as the Bilingual Canterbury Epitome
  8. Anglo Saxon Chronicle (H), refered to as the "Cottonian Fragment"
  9. Anglo Saxon Chronicle (I), refered to as An Easter Table Chronicle

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