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PostSubject: The Sheeplover Chronicles   Thu Oct 04, 2018 12:38 pm

- 769 -
This is the Chronicle of House Pendragon, in which is contained the record of its yearly fortunes, glories and difficulties.
King Annwn of Gwynedd married Princess Dauferada, daughter of King Desiderius of Lombardy.
Pope Stephanus III, leader of all Catholic faithful, died a natural death on 25 November, 769.

- 770 -
Strange and wonderful serpents were seen in Gwynedd.

- 771 -
Gwalchmai, the firstborn son, was born to King Annwn of Gwynedd.

- 772 -
Villagers saw blood raining from the sky in the county of Perfeddwlad.

- 773 -
King Annwn of Gwynedd went to war against Count Maredudd of Dyfed.

- 774 -
The army of King Annwn of Gwynedd, commanded by Hywel Rhos, was victorious in the battle of Dyfed against the armies of Dyfed.
The army of King Annwn of Gwynedd, commanded by Hywel Rhos, was victorious in the battle of Glamorgan against the armies of Dyfed.
The army of King Annwn of Gwynedd, commanded by Hywel Rhos, was victorious in the battle of Dyfed against the armies of Dyfed.

- 775 -
The army of King Annwn of Gwynedd, commanded by Hywel Rhos, was victorious in the battle of Ternyllwg against the armies of Dyfed.
The army of King Annwn of Gwynedd, commanded by Hywel Rhos, was victorious in the battle of Gwynedd against the armies of Dyfed.
The army of King Annwn of Gwynedd, commanded by Hywel Rhos, was victorious in the battle of Dyfed against the armies of Dyfed.
King Annwn of Gwynedd won the war against Count Maredudd of Dyfed.
Annwn Pendragon usurped the County of Dyfed from Maredudd Dyfed.

- 776 -
A river flooded parts of Gwynedd in the spring.

- 777 -
King Annwn of Gwynedd died succumbing to his severe injuries on 1 August, 777. His son, Gwalchmai, succeeded to the throne of the Duchy with a grand ceremony in Rhuddlan.

A goat with three heads was born in Gwynedd.
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PostSubject: Re: The Sheeplover Chronicles   Thu Oct 04, 2018 12:40 pm

- 778 -
An uncommonly great number of children were born this year in Gwynedd.

- 779 -
A dragon was seen in the county of Dyfed.

- 780 -
A star fell from the sky in Gwynedd, killing three cows.

- 781 -
A giant destroyed several villages in Perfeddwlad, but then disappeared without trace.

- 782 -
Villagers saw blood raining from the sky in the county of Dyfed.

- 783 -
A ten feet tall woman was crucified in the county of Dyfed.

- 784 -
In Dyfed, the people celebrated the benevolent rule of King Gwalchmai.

- 785 -
Villagers saw blood raining from the sky in the county of Perfeddwlad.

- 786 -
Strange and wonderful serpents were seen in Perfeddwlad.

- 787 -
A giant destroyed several villages in Perfeddwlad, but then disappeared without trace.

- 788 -
A dragon was seen in the county of Dyfed.

- 789 -
An uncommonly great number of children were born this year in Perfeddwlad.

- 790 -
Count Cynan, the heir of King Gwalchmai of Gwynedd, died in the dungeons of King Gwalchmai of Gwynedd on 12 October, 790.
Pope Hadrianus, leader of all Catholic faithful, died of complications related to Gout on 1 January, 791.

- 791 -
Gwynedd saw an unusually bountiful harvest this year.

- 792 -
Villagers saw blood raining from the sky in the county of Dyfed.

- 793 -
Norsemen set sail in their longships and to trade and raid beyond their northern homelands in ever increasing numbers, signalling the beginning of a new age.

- 794 -
A strange plague killed thousands of wild rabbits in the county of Gwynedd.

- 795 -
King Gwalchmai of Gwynedd married Wynnflæd, daughter of King Ælfwald of Northumberland.

- 796 -
The earth shook for three days in Dyfed, killing two hundred peasants and a priest.

- 797 -
Gwynedd was attacked by the Welsh realm of Gwynedd, ruled by Countess Mair.
King Gwalchmai of Gwynedd tried but failed to imprison Countess Mair of Gwynedd, causing her to come out in open rebellion.
Queen Wynnflæd, the wife of King Gwalchmai of Gwynedd, died in childbirth on 1 February, 797.
Annwn, the firstborn son, was born to King Gwalchmai of Gwynedd.
King Gwalchmai of Gwynedd was victorious in the battle of Gwynedd against the army of Gwynedd, commanded by Countess Mair of Gwynedd.
King Gwalchmai of Gwynedd successfully led his armies, taking Aberffraw from the enemy.
King Gwalchmai of Gwynedd successfully led his armies, taking Bangor Fawr from the enemy.

- 798 -
King Gwalchmai of Gwynedd successfully led his armies, taking Caernarfon from the enemy.
Countess Mair of Gwynedd lost the war against King Gwalchmai of Gwynedd.

- 799 -
A river flooded parts of Perfeddwlad in the spring.

- 800 -
A strange plague killed thousands of wild rabbits in the county of Dyfed.

- 801 -
King Gwalchmai of Gwynedd married Cyneburg, daughter of Chief Eanwine of Dunbar.

- 802 -
People in Perfeddwlad claimed to have seen two suns at the same time.

- 803 -
Several people in Perfeddwlad spoke of seeing strange shapes dancing on the moon.

- 804 -
A star fell from the sky in Dyfed, killing three cows.

- 805 -
The earth shook for three days in Perfeddwlad, killing two hundred peasants and a priest.

- 806 -
A dragon was seen in the county of Perfeddwlad.

- 807 -
The earth shook for three days in Perfeddwlad, killing two hundred peasants and a priest.

- 808 -
Strange and wonderful serpents were seen in Perfeddwlad.

- 809 -
A river flooded parts of Gwynedd in the spring.

- 810 -
Pope Silvester II, leader of all Catholic faithful, died of severe stress on 1 August, 810.

- 811 -
People in Dyfed claimed to have seen two suns at the same time.

- 812 -
Several people in Perfeddwlad spoke of seeing strange shapes dancing on the moon.

- 813 -
Princess Dauferada, the mother of King Gwalchmai of Gwynedd, died of Great Pox on 6 February, 813.
Annwn Pendragon married Fíne, daughter of Tommaltach Ua Briúin Aí.

- 814 -
A giant destroyed several villages in Gwynedd, but then disappeared without trace.

- 815 -
Several people in Gwynedd spoke of seeing strange shapes dancing on the moon.

- 816 -
Several people in Gwynedd spoke of seeing strange shapes dancing on the moon.

- 817 -
Gwynedd saw an unusually bountiful harvest this year.

- 818 -
A giant destroyed several villages in Dyfed, but then disappeared without trace.

- 819 -
A goat with three heads was born in Perfeddwlad.

- 820 -
A giant destroyed several villages in Dyfed, but then disappeared without trace.

- 821 -
Several people in Gwynedd spoke of seeing strange shapes dancing on the moon.

- 822 -
In Dyfed, the people celebrated the benevolent rule of King Gwalchmai.

- 823 -
Several people in Gwynedd spoke of seeing strange shapes dancing on the moon.

- 824 -
Strange and wonderful serpents were seen in Dyfed.

- 825 -
Strange and wonderful serpents were seen in Gwynedd.

- 826 -
A river flooded parts of Dyfed in the spring.

- 827 -
Several people in Gwynedd spoke of seeing strange shapes dancing on the moon.

- 828 -
King Gwalchmai of Gwynedd, through deeds and character, came to be known as King Gwalchmai 'the Old'.

- 829 -
Gwynedd was attacked by the Norse realm of Northumberland, ruled by Jarl Emund.

- 830 -
Several people in Gwynedd spoke of seeing strange shapes dancing on the moon.

- 831 -
Jarl Emund of Northumberland lost the war against King Gwalchmai of Gwynedd 'the Old'.
King Gwalchmai of Gwynedd went to war against King Sigurdr of Sweden.

- 832 -
King Gwalchmai of Gwynedd was victorious in the battle of Gwynedd against the army of Sweden, commanded by King Sigurdr of Sweden.

- 833 -
King Gwalchmai of Gwynedd was victorious in the battle of Lancaster against the army of Finnmark, commanded by King Snorri of Finnmark.
King Gwalchmai of Gwynedd was victorious in the battle of Lancaster against the army of Finnmark, commanded by King Snorri of Finnmark.

- 834 -
King Gwalchmai of Gwynedd 'the Old' won the war against King Sigurdr of Sweden.
King Gwalchmai of Gwynedd went to war against King Brochfael III of Powys.
King Gwalchmai of Gwynedd was victorious in the battle of Dyfed against the army of Powys, commanded by King Brochfael III of Powys.

- 835 -
King Gwalchmai of Gwynedd was victorious in the battle of Glamorgan against the army of Deheubarth, commanded by King Nowy of Deheubarth.
King Gwalchmai of Gwynedd was victorious in the battle of Ternyllwg against the army of Powys, commanded by King Brochfael III of Powys.
King Gwalchmai of Gwynedd 'the Old' won the war against King Brochfael III of Powys.
Gwalchmai Pendragon usurped the County of Ternyllwg from Brochfael Gwerthrynion.

- 836 -
King Gwalchmai of Gwynedd was victorious in the battle of Glamorgan against the army of Deheubarth, commanded by King Nowy of Deheubarth.
King Gwalchmai of Gwynedd lost the battle of Ternyllwg against the army of Essex, commanded by Earl Eadgar of Essex.
The Lollard heresy spread its woeful presence in the county of Ternyllwg.
King Gwalchmai of Gwynedd was victorious in the battle of Ternyllwg against the army of Essex, commanded by Earl Eadgar of Essex.
King Gwalchmai of Gwynedd died of Cancer on 1 January, 837. His son, Annwn, succeeded to the throne of the Duchy with a grand ceremony in Rhuddlan.
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PostSubject: Re: The Sheeplover Chronicles   Thu Oct 04, 2018 12:42 pm

- 837 -
Gwynedd was attacked by the Welsh realm of Lollard Uprising, ruled by Fyrsil.

King Annwn II of Gwynedd lost the battle of Ternyllwg against the army of Lollard Uprising, commanded by Fyrsil of Lollard Uprising.
King Annwn II of Gwynedd lost the battle of Perfeddwlad against the army of Deheubarth, commanded by King Nowy of Deheubarth.
King Annwn II of Gwynedd lost the battle of Perfeddwlad against the army of Lollard Uprising, commanded by Fyrsil of Lollard Uprising.

- 838 -
Fyrsil of Lollard Uprising won the war against King Annwn II of Gwynedd.

- 839 -
Pope Benedictus III, leader of all Catholic faithful, died comatose in bed on 1 May, 839.

- 840 -
Gwalchmai Pendragon married Countess Rothaide, daughter of Count Engelger of Blois.

- 841 -
King Annwn II of Gwynedd went to war against King Sigurdr of Sweden.

- 842 -
King Annwn II of Gwynedd successfully led his armies, taking Bamburgh from the enemy.
King Annwn II of Gwynedd successfully led his armies, taking Newcastle from the enemy.
King Annwn II of Gwynedd successfully led his armies, taking Lindisfarne from the enemy.

- 843 -
King Annwn II of Gwynedd successfully led his armies, taking Rhuddlan from the enemy.
King Annwn II of Gwynedd successfully led his armies, taking Denbigh from the enemy.

- 844 -
King Annwn II of Gwynedd successfully led his armies, taking Burgh from the enemy.
King Annwn II of Gwynedd successfully led his armies, taking Carlisle from the enemy.

- 845 -
King Annwn II of Gwynedd successfully led his armies, taking Bamburgh from the enemy.
King Annwn II of Gwynedd successfully led his armies, taking Newcastle from the enemy.
Gwynedd was attacked by the Welsh realm of Powys, ruled by King Iago.

- 846 -
King Annwn II of Gwynedd was victorious in the battle of Perfeddwlad against the army of Powys, commanded by King Iago of Powys.
King Iago of Powys lost the war against King Annwn II of Gwynedd.
Gamon Pendragon married Æthelflæd, daughter of Leofhelm Leodwalding.
King Annwn II of Gwynedd successfully led his armies, taking Penrith from the enemy.

- 847 -
King Annwn II of Gwynedd successfully led his armies, taking Lindisfarne from the enemy.
King Annwn II of Gwynedd was victorious in the battle of Lancaster against the army of Sweden, commanded by Jarl Suni of Pomerania.
King Annwn II of Gwynedd won the war against King Sigurdr of Sweden.

- 848 -
King Annwn II of Gwynedd went to war against King Iago of Powys.
King Annwn II of Gwynedd lost the battle of Perfeddwlad against the army of Powys, commanded by King Iago of Powys.

- 849 -
King Annwn II of Gwynedd successfully led his armies, taking Rhuddlan from the enemy.
King Annwn II of Gwynedd successfully led his armies, taking Archenfield from the enemy.
King Annwn II of Gwynedd successfully led his armies, taking Mathrafal from the enemy.

- 850 -
King Annwn II of Gwynedd successfully led his armies, taking Hereford Tribe from the enemy.
King Annwn II of Gwynedd went to war against King Huw of Powys.
King Annwn II of Gwynedd successfully led his armies, taking Aberffraw from the enemy.

- 851 -
King Annwn II of Gwynedd successfully led his armies, taking Bangor Fawr from the enemy.
King Annwn II of Gwynedd successfully led his armies, taking Caernarfon from the enemy.
King Annwn II of Gwynedd successfully led his armies, taking Lancaster from the enemy.

- 852 -
King Annwn II of Gwynedd, through deeds and character, came to be known as King Annwn II 'the Noble'.
King Annwn II of Gwynedd successfully led his armies, taking Degannwy from the enemy.
King Annwn II of Gwynedd 'the Noble' won the war against King Huw of Powys.
Annwn Pendragon usurped the County of Gwynedd from Huw Caereinion.
Annwn Pendragon created the title of Duchy of Northumberland, confirming his growing power with much ceremony and celebration.

- 853 -
King Annwn II of Gwynedd went to war against King Taliesin of Deheubarth.

- 854 -
King Annwn II of Gwynedd successfully led his armies, taking Cardiff from the enemy.
King Annwn II of Gwynedd 'the Noble' won the war against King Taliesin of Deheubarth 'the Drunkard'.
Annwn Pendragon usurped the County of Glamorgan from Taliesin Morgannwg.
Annwn Pendragon usurped the County of Gwent from Taliesin Morgannwg.
King Annwn II of Gwynedd was victorious in the battle of Gwynedd against the army of Waldensian Uprising, commanded by Riaguil of Waldensian Uprising.

- 855 -
The earth shook for three days in Glamorgan, killing two hundred peasants and a priest.

- 856 -
A ten feet tall woman was crucified in the county of Gwent.

- 857 -
Gwynedd was attacked by the Anglo-Saxon realm of Durham, ruled by Count Eanberht.
King Annwn II of Gwynedd 'the Noble' tried but failed to imprison Count Eanberht of Durham, causing him to come out in open rebellion.
The army of King Annwn II of Gwynedd, commanded by Bishop Dogfael of Bangor Fawr, was victorious in the battle of Durham against the armies of Durham.
Count Eanberht of Durham lost the war against King Annwn II of Gwynedd 'the Noble'.

- 858 -
King Annwn II of Gwynedd went to war against Count Gwrgi of Hereford.
King Annwn II of Gwynedd successfully led his armies, taking Archenfield from the enemy.
King Annwn II of Gwynedd 'the Noble' won the war against Count Gwrgi of Hereford.
Annwn Pendragon usurped the County of Hereford from Gwrgi Rhufoniog.
Gwynedd was attacked by the Norse realm of Germanic Uprising, ruled by Eirikr.

- 859 -
Eirikr of Germanic Uprising lost the war against King Annwn II of Gwynedd 'the Noble'.
Pope Urbanus II, leader of all Catholic faithful, died of depression on 3 November, 859.

- 860 -
A river flooded parts of Glamorgan in the spring.

- 861 -
Tanist Gamon, the heir of King Annwn II of Gwynedd, died of Cancer on 24 January, 861.

- 862 -
A giant destroyed several villages in Northumberland, but then disappeared without trace.

- 863 -
King Annwn II of Gwynedd went to war against King Huw of Powys.
King Annwn II of Gwynedd 'the Noble' won the war against King Huw of Powys.
Annwn Pendragon usurped the County of Ternyllwg from Huw Caereinion.
Annwn Pendragon usurped the Duchy of Powys from Huw Caereinion.
Annwn Pendragon created the title of Duchy of Deheubarth, confirming his growing power with much ceremony and celebration.
Annwn Pendragon created the title of Kingdom of Wales, confirming his growing power with much ceremony and celebration.

- 864 -
Queen Fíne, the wife of King Annwn of Wales, died a natural death on 27 March, 864.

- 865 -
Tanist Annwn, the heir of King Annwn of Wales, died of poor health on 16 February, 865.

- 866 -
Villagers saw blood raining from the sky in the county of Northumberland.

- 867 -
A star fell from the sky in Cumberland, killing three cows.

- 868 -
King Annwn of Wales died feverish and sweating on 24 May, 868. His son, Gwalchmai, succeeded to the throne of the Kingdom with a grand ceremony in Rhuddlan.

King Gwalchmai of Wales went to war against Count Anllech of Dyfed.
King Gwalchmai of Wales was victorious in the battle of Ternyllwg against the army of Dyfed, commanded by Count Anllech of Dyfed.
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PostSubject: Re: The Sheeplover Chronicles   Thu Oct 04, 2018 12:43 pm

- 869 -
King Gwalchmai of Wales won the war against Count Anllech of Dyfed.
King Gwalchmai of Wales went to war against Balthere of English Revolt.

- 870 -
Wales was attacked by the Saxon realm of Holstein, ruled by High Chief Freawine.

- 871 -
King Gwalchmai of Wales was victorious in the battle of Gwynedd against the army of Saxony, commanded by High Chief Freawine of Holstein.
King Gwalchmai of Wales was victorious in the battle of Gwent against the army of Saxony, commanded by High Chief Freawine of Holstein.
King Gwalchmai of Wales was victorious in the battle of Perfeddwlad against the army of Saxony, commanded by High Chief Freawine of Holstein.

- 872 -
King Gwalchmai of Wales was victorious in the battle of Gwent against the army of Saxony, commanded by High Chief Freawine of Holstein.
King Gwalchmai of Wales was victorious in the battle of Gwynedd against the army of Saxony, commanded by High Chief Freawine of Holstein.
High Chief Freawine of Holstein lost the war against King Gwalchmai of Wales.
King Gwalchmai of Wales went to war against King Pêr II of Cornwall.
Rhun Pendragon married Eadgifu, daughter of Earl Rædwulf of Gloucester.
King Gwalchmai of Wales was victorious in the battle of Gwent against the army of Cornwall, commanded by King Pêr II of Cornwall.
King Gwalchmai of Wales was victorious in the battle of Cornwall against the army of Cornwall, commanded by King Pêr II of Cornwall.

- 873 -
King Gwalchmai of Wales won the war against King Pêr II of Cornwall.
Gwalchmai Pendragon usurped the County of Cornwall from Pêr Cerneu.
Pope Silvester III, leader of all Catholic faithful, died of complications related to Gout on 16 November, 873.

- 874 -
Tens of thousands of crows birds invaded Hereford just before the harvest, causing much damage to the farmers's fields.

- 875 -
A goat with three heads was born in Northumberland.

- 876 -
A ten feet tall woman was crucified in the county of Durham.

- 877 -
Strange and wonderful serpents were seen in Gwent.

- 878 -
An uncommonly great number of children were born this year in Ternyllwg.

- 879 -
Tens of thousands of crows birds invaded Ternyllwg just before the harvest, causing much damage to the farmers's fields.

- 880 -
King Gwalchmai of Wales was victorious in the battle of Blois against the army of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Duke Yves of Orleans.
Queen Rothaide, the wife of King Gwalchmai of Wales, died a natural death on 3 March, 880.
King Gwalchmai of Wales died in battle against Styrbjörn on 24 June, 880. His nephew, Rhun, succeeded to the throne of the Kingdom with a grand ceremony in Aberffraw.

Tens of thousands of crows birds invaded Durham just before the harvest, causing much damage to the farmers's fields.
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- 881 -
An uncommonly great number of children were born this year in Durham.

- 882 -
In Lancaster, the people celebrated the benevolent rule of King Rhun.

- 883 -
An uncommonly great number of children were born this year in Cumberland.

- 884 -
A strange plague killed thousands of wild rabbits in the county of Ternyllwg.

- 885 -
King Rhun of Wales, through deeds and character, came to be known as King Rhun 'the Shrewd'.
King Rhun of Wales went to war against King Budguoret of Cornwall.
King Rhun of Wales lost the battle of Gwent against the army of Cornwall, commanded by King Budguoret of Cornwall.

- 886 -
King Rhun of Wales was victorious in the battle of Ternyllwg against the army of Cornwall, commanded by King Budguoret of Cornwall.
The army of King Rhun of Wales, commanded by Hernam Cerneu, was victorious in the battle of Devon against the armies of Cornwall.
The army of King Rhun of Wales, commanded by Hernam Cerneu, was victorious in the battle of Hereford against the armies of Cornwall.

- 887 -
King Rhun of Wales 'the Shrewd' won the war against King Budguoret of Cornwall 'the Magnanimous'.
Rhun Pendragon usurped the County of Devon from Budguoret Cerneu.
Rhun Pendragon created the title of Duchy of Cornwall, confirming his growing power with much ceremony and celebration.

- 888 -
King Rhun of Wales went to war against Chief Uilliam of Leinster.

- 889 -
King Rhun of Wales 'the Shrewd' won the war against Chief Uilliam of Leinster.
Rhun Pendragon usurped the County of Leinster from Uilliam Mac Murchada.
King Rhun of Wales went to war against Chief Tóim Snáma of Ossory.
The army of King Rhun of Wales, commanded by Duke Hernam II of Cornwall, was victorious in the battle of Leinster against the armies of Ossory.
King Rhun of Wales 'the Shrewd' won the war against Chieftess Newlyna of Ossory.
Rhun Pendragon usurped the County of Ossory from Newlyna Dál Birn.

- 890 -
Rhun Pendragon created the title of Duchy of Leinster, confirming his growing power with much ceremony and celebration.

- 891 -
King Rhun of Wales made a pious pilgrimage to Rome.

- 892 -
Strange and wonderful serpents were seen in Cumberland.

- 893 -
Pope Leo III, leader of all Catholic faithful, died of severe stress on 9 April, 893.

- 894 -
A river flooded parts of Ossory in the spring.

- 895 -
Pope Clemens II, leader of all Catholic faithful, died bedridden and infirm on 12 August, 895.

- 896 -
A river flooded parts of Dyfed in the spring.

- 897 -
Wales was attacked by the Lombard realm of the Holy Roman Empire, ruled by Emperor Garibald 'the Bold'.

- 898 -
People in Lancaster claimed to have seen two suns at the same time.

- 899 -
King Rhun of Wales went to war against Chief Rogellach of Tyrone.

- 900 -
The army of King Rhun of Wales, commanded by Duke Hernam II of Cornwall, was victorious in the battle of Cumberland against the armies of Tyrone.
King Rhun of Wales 'the Shrewd' won the war against Chief Rogellach of Tyrone.
Rhun Pendragon usurped the County of Dublin from Rogellach Ua Néill Noígiallaich.
Pope Alexander II declared a Crusade, wherein all faithful Catholics were called to help conquer Aquitaine from the Sunnis.
King Rhun of Wales supported Pope Alexander II in war against his enemies.

- 901 -
Wales was attacked by the Anglo-Saxon realm of Rædwulf's Host, ruled by Rædwulf.
King Rhun of Wales was victorious in the battle of Barcelona against the army of the Umayyad Empire, commanded by Wâli Shamir of Solsona.

- 902 -
King Rhun of Wales lost the battle of Lancaster against the army of Rædwulf's Host, commanded by Rædwulf of Rædwulf's Host.
King Rhun of Wales was victorious in the battle of Lancaster against the army of Rædwulf's Host, commanded by Rædwulf of Rædwulf's Host.
King Rhun of Wales was victorious in the battle of Gwynedd against the army of Rædwulf's Host, commanded by Rædwulf of Rædwulf's Host.
Rædwulf of Rædwulf's Host lost the war against King Rhun of Wales 'the Shrewd'.

- 903 -
King Rhun of Wales was victorious in the battle of Poitiers against the army of the Umayyad Empire, commanded by Wâli Shamir of Solsona.
The Crusade declared by Alexander ended with the successful conquest of Aquitaine from the Sunnis.

- 904 -
Gamon Pendragon married Duchess Onbrawst, daughter of Io Morgannwg.
King Rhun of Wales went to war against Chief Liber of Kildare.

- 905 -
King Rhun of Wales was victorious in the battle of Ossory against the army of Kildare, commanded by Chief Dúnadach of Kildare.
King Rhun of Wales 'the Shrewd' won the war against Chief Dúnadach of Kildare.
Rhun Pendragon usurped the County of Kildare from Dúnadach Ua Néill Noígiallaich.
Rhun Pendragon created the title of Duchy of Meath, confirming his growing power with much ceremony and celebration.
King Rhun of Wales was victorious in the battle of Ossory against the army of Connacht, commanded by Chief Máel-Cianáin of Connacht.
King Rhun of Wales was victorious in the battle of Connacht against the army of Connacht, commanded by Chief Máel-Cianáin of Connacht.
Chief Máel-Cianáin of Connacht lost the war against King Rhun of Wales 'the Shrewd'.

- 906 -
Wales was attacked by the Anglo-Saxon realm of England, ruled by Queen Eadburg 'the Apostle'.
King Rhun of Wales lost the battle of Ternyllwg against the army of England, commanded by King Balthere of England.

- 907 -
King Rhun of Wales lost the battle of Hereford against the army of England, commanded by King Balthere of England.
King Rhun of Wales lost the battle of Derby against the army of England, commanded by King Balthere of England.
King Balthere of England won the war against King Rhun of Wales 'the Shrewd'.

- 908 -
Queen Eadgifu, the wife of King Rhun of Wales, died bedridden and infirm on 21 March, 908.
King Rhun of Wales married Princess Itta, daughter of Emperor Primael of the Holy Roman Empire.

- 909 -
Princess Itta, the wife of King Rhun of Wales, died in childbirth on 1 December, 909.

- 910 -
Wales was attacked by the Welsh realm of Gwyneddian Peasant Revolt, ruled by Cynan.
King Rhun of Wales lost the battle of Gwynedd against the army of Gwyneddian Peasant Revolt, commanded by Cynan of Gwyneddian Peasant Revolt.

- 911 -
Wales was attacked by the Italian realm of Knights Templar, ruled by Grandmaster Serafino.
King Rhun of Wales was victorious in the battle of Gwynedd against the army of Gwyneddian Peasant Revolt, commanded by Cynan of Gwyneddian Peasant Revolt.
Cynan of Gwyneddian Peasant Revolt lost the war against King Rhun of Wales 'the Shrewd'.

- 912 -
A dragon was seen in the county of Northumberland.

- 913 -
Wales was attacked by the Anglo-Saxon realm of Wessex, ruled by Duke Eanhere.
King Rhun of Wales married Chieftess Morag, daughter of Chief Ruatirch of Caithness.
King Rhun of Wales lost the battle of Devon against the army of England, commanded by Duke Eanhere of Wessex.

- 914 -
Grandmaster Serafino of Knights Templar lost the war against King Rhun of Wales 'the Shrewd'.

- 915 -
Wales saw an unusually bountiful harvest this year.

- 916 -
Pope Alexander II, leader of all Catholic faithful, died a natural death on 13 January, 916.
Pope Callistus II, leader of all Catholic faithful, died comatose in bed on 28 December, 916.

- 917 -
Duke Eanhere of Wessex 'the Oppressor' lost the war against King Rhun of Wales 'the Shrewd'.

- 918 -
A star fell from the sky in Ternyllwg, killing three cows.

- 919 -
In Gwynedd, the people celebrated the benevolent rule of King Rhun.

- 920 -
A giant destroyed several villages in Cornwall, but then disappeared without trace.

- 921 -
King Rhun of Wales died a natural death on 21 February, 921. His son, Adda, succeeded to the throne of the Kingdom with a grand ceremony in Aberffraw.

Tanist Gamon, the heir of King Adda of Wales, died of Great Pox on 2 August, 921.
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- 922 -
Pope Martinus II, leader of all Catholic faithful, died bedridden and infirm on 8 September, 922.

- 923 -
Tens of thousands of crows birds invaded Dublin just before the harvest, causing much damage to the farmers's fields.

- 924 -
Pope Victor II, leader of all Catholic faithful, died a natural death on 2 October, 924.

- 925 -
King Adda of Wales married Morag, daughter of High Chief Girom of Galloway.

- 926 -
A goat with three heads was born in Leinster.

- 927 -
Dwyfan, the firstborn son, was born to King Adda of Wales.

- 928 -
Wales was attacked by the Breton realm of Welsh Revolt, ruled by Tanet.
King Adda of Wales lost the battle of Ternyllwg against the army of Welsh Revolt, commanded by Tanet of Welsh Revolt.
Wales was attacked by the Anglo-Saxon realm of Kent, ruled by Duchess Eadburg II.
Duchess Onbrawst of Northumberland, a powerful vassal of King Adda of Wales, converted from Catholic to Cathar.

- 929 -
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Sussex against the army of England, commanded by Duchess Eadburg II of Kent.
King Adda of Wales lost the battle of Ternyllwg against the army of England, commanded by King Sigeric of England.
Tanet of Welsh Revolt won the war against King Adda of Wales.
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Sussex against the army of England, commanded by Duchess Eadburg II of Kent.

- 930 -
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Hereford against the army of England, commanded by Duke Sigeric of Hwicce.
Duchess Eadburg II of Kent lost the war against King Adda of Wales.

- 931 -
Io Pendragon married Duchess Wærburg, daughter of Duke Eadbald of East Anglia.
Wales was attacked by the Irish realm of Welsh Revolt, ruled by Magnus 'the Fat'.

- 932 -
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Ternyllwg against the army of Welsh Revolt, commanded by Magnus of Welsh Revolt.
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Ternyllwg against the army of Welsh Revolt, commanded by Magnus of Welsh Revolt.

- 933 -
Wales was attacked by the Anglo-Saxon realm of England, ruled by King Sigeric 'the Wise'.
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Ternyllwg against the army of Welsh Revolt, commanded by Magnus of Welsh Revolt.
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Ternyllwg against the army of Welsh Revolt, commanded by Magnus of Welsh Revolt.
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Perfeddwlad against the army of England, commanded by King Sigeric of England.
Magnus of Welsh Revolt 'the Fat' lost the war against King Adda of Wales.

- 934 -
King Adda of Wales lost the battle of Ternyllwg against the army of England, commanded by King Sigeric of England.
King Adda of Wales lost the battle of Ternyllwg against the army of England, commanded by King Sigeric of England.
King Adda of Wales lost the battle of Sussex against the army of England, commanded by King Sigeric of England.
King Adda of Wales lost the battle of Hereford against the army of England, commanded by King Sigeric of England.
King Sigeric of England 'the Wise' won the war against King Adda of Wales.

- 935 -
Duke Ifor of Deheubarth, a powerful vassal of King Adda of Wales, converted from Cathar to Catholic.
King Adda of Wales went to war against Queen Nuala of Scotland.

- 936 -
A star fell from the sky in Dublin, killing three cows.

- 937 -
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Galloway against the army of Scotland, commanded by Queen Nuala of Scotland.

- 938 -
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Northumberland against the army of Scotland, commanded by High Chief Hrodberht of The Isles.
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Northumberland against the army of Scotland, commanded by Queen Nuala of Scotland.
The army of King Adda of Wales, commanded by Visvaldis, was victorious in the battle of Dunbar against the armies of Scotland.
The army of King Adda of Wales, commanded by Visvaldis, was victorious in the battle of Carrick against the armies of Scotland.

- 939 -
The army of King Adda of Wales, commanded by Visvaldis, was victorious in the battle of Clydesdale against the armies of Scotland.

- 940 -
King Adda of Wales won the war against Queen Nuala of Scotland 'the Mutilator'.

- 941 -
An uncommonly great number of children were born this year in Gwent.

- 942 -
Pope Eugenius II announced the formal annulment of King Addas marriage with Queen Morag of Galloway.

- 943 -
Pope Eugenius II, leader of all Catholic faithful, died of severe stress on 17 August, 943.
Dwyfan Pendragon married Hildegard, daughter of Duke Adam of Leinster.

- 944 -
Pope Benedictus IV declared a Crusade, wherein all faithful Catholics were called to help conquer Saxony from the Germanics.

- 945 -
King Adda of Wales supported Pope Benedictus IV in war against his enemies.
Tanist Dwyfan, the heir of King Adda of Wales, died in battle against Djamasp on 5 July, 945.

- 946 -
Wales was attacked by the Irish realm of Welsh Revolt, ruled by Udalrich.

- 947 -
King Adda of Wales married Jovana, daughter of Ulfo Karling.
The army of King Adda of Wales, commanded by Chief Haelcomarch of Ormond, was victorious in the battle of Lüneburg against the armies of Norway.

- 948 -
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Thüringen against the army of Lithuania, commanded by King Msciwoj of Lithuania.
Udalrich of Welsh Revolt lost the war against King Adda of Wales.

- 949 -
Wales was attacked by the Anglo-Saxon realm of Cumberlander Peasant Revolt, ruled by Swegn.
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Göttingen against the army of Saxony, commanded by Heideke of Lübeck.
Swegn of Cumberlander Peasant Revolt lost the war against King Adda of Wales.
The army of King Adda of Wales, commanded by Chief Haelcomarch of Ormond, was victorious in the battle of Bremen against the armies of Saxony.

- 950 -
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Celle against the army of Denmark, commanded by Jarl Kettilmund of Sjælland.

- 951 -
Pope Benedictus IV, leader of all Catholic faithful, died a natural death on 1 February, 951.
Pope Marinus, leader of all Catholic faithful, died of an infected wound on 1 October, 951.

- 952 -
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Celle against the army of Saxony, commanded by High Chief Engelbert of Saxony.
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Bremen against the army of Denmark, commanded by Jarl Sörkver of Visby.
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Bremen against the army of Saxony, commanded by Cobbo of Bremen.
The Crusade declared by Stephanus ended with the successful conquest of Saxony from the Germanics.

- 953 -
People in Cornwall claimed to have seen two suns at the same time.

- 954 -
A river flooded parts of Leinster in the spring.

- 955 -
Wales was attacked by the Norse realm of Denmark, ruled by King Kettil 'the Tormentor'.

- 956 -
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Gwynedd against the army of Denmark, commanded by King Kettil of Denmark.
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Perfeddwlad against the army of Denmark, commanded by King Kettil of Denmark.
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Dyfed against the army of Denmark, commanded by King Kettil of Denmark.
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Hereford against the army of Denmark, commanded by King Kettil of Denmark.
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Gloucester against the army of Denmark, commanded by Jarl Refr of Iceland.
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Cornwall against the army of Denmark, commanded by King Kettil of Denmark.

- 957 -
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Hereford against the army of Denmark, commanded by Jarl Refr of Iceland.
King Kettil of Denmark 'the Tormentor' lost the war against King Adda of Wales.
King Adda of Wales went to war against Chieftess Síthmaith of Oriel.

- 958 -
King Adda of Wales successfully led his armies, taking Oriel Tribe from the enemy.
King Adda of Wales successfully led his armies, taking Armagh from the enemy.
King Adda of Wales won the war against Chieftess Síthmaith of Oriel.
Adda Pendragon usurped the County of Oriel from Síthmaith Alt Clut.
King Adda of Wales went to war against King Máel-Íosa of Galloway.
Alisander Pendragon married Maelmurie, daughter of Earl Ruatirch of The Hebrides.

- 959 -
High Chief Udalrich of Meath, a powerful vassal of King Adda of Wales, converted from Catholic to Fraticelli.
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Galloway against the army of Gallowayan Revolt, commanded by Bride of Gallowayan Revolt.
King Adda of Wales won the war against King Máel-Íosa of Galloway.
Adda Pendragon created the title of Kingdom of Ireland, confirming his growing power with much ceremony and celebration.

- 960 -
King Adda of Wales went to war against Chief Máel-Cianáin of Connacht.
King Adda of Wales went to war against Chief Rædwald of Tyrone.
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Oriel against the army of Tyrone, commanded by Chief Rædwald of Tyrone.
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Connacht against the army of Connacht, commanded by Chief Máel-Cianáin of Connacht.

- 961 -
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Tyrone against the army of Tyrone, commanded by Chief Rædwald of Tyrone.
King Adda of Wales won the war against Chief Rædwald of Tyrone.
Adda Pendragon created the title of Duchy of Ulster, confirming his growing power with much ceremony and celebration.
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Connacht against the army of Connacht, commanded by Chief Máel-Cianáin of Connacht.
King Adda of Wales won the war against Chief Máel-Cianáin of Connacht.

- 962 -
King Adda of Wales went to war against King Eadweard of Scotland.

- 963 -
A star fell from the sky in Oriel, killing three cows.

- 964 -
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Breifne against the army of Scotland, commanded by King Eadweard of Scotland.
King Adda of Wales was victorious in the battle of Isle of Man against the army of Scotland, commanded by High Chief Sigeric of Albany.
King Adda of Wales won the war against King Eadweard of Scotland 'the Just'.
Adda Pendragon created the title of Duchy of Connacht, confirming his growing power with much ceremony and celebration.

- 965 -
King Adda of Wales died a natural death on 2 July, 965. His son, Adgar, succeeded to the throne of the Kingdom with a grand ceremony in Aberffraw.

King Waifar III of Italy supported King Waifar III of Italy in war against his enemies.
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- 966 -
A goat with three heads was born in Ulster.

- 967 -
Several people in Gwynedd spoke of seeing strange shapes dancing on the moon.

- 968 -
Wales saw an unusually bountiful harvest this year.

- 969 -
King Waifar III of Italy supported King Waifar III of Italy in war against his enemies.

- 970 -
The army of King Adgar of Wales, commanded by Publig de Lydford, was victorious in the battle of Spis against the armies of Pomerania.

- 971 -
Villagers saw blood raining from the sky in the county of Cornwall.

- 972 -
In Gwynedd, the people celebrated the benevolent rule of King Adgar.

- 973 -
A star fell from the sky in Ormond, killing three cows.

- 974 -
King Adgar of Wales supported Tanist Ru of Wales in war against his enemies.

- 975 -
King Adgar of Wales married Morag, daughter of Tanist Ru of Wales.
On 8 October, 975, rumors began to reach us of a terrible outbreak of Plague in far off lands

- 976 -
King Adgar of Wales was victorious in the battle of Teviotdale against the army of Scotland, commanded by King Ealdwulf of Scotland.
Wales was attacked by the Anglo-Saxon realm of Uhtræd's Host, ruled by Uhtræd.
King Adgar of Wales was victorious in the battle of Ternyllwg against the army of Uhtræd's Host, commanded by Uhtræd of Uhtræd's Host.
King Adgar of Wales won the war against King Ealdwulf of Scotland.

- 977 -
King Adgar of Wales was victorious in the battle of Dyfed against the army of Uhtræd's Host, commanded by Uhtræd of Uhtræd's Host.
Uhtræd of Uhtræd's Host lost the war against King Adgar of Wales.
On 1 December, 977 word reached us that Persia has been widely Depopulated by the dreaded Plague.

- 978 -
In Gwynedd, the people celebrated the benevolent rule of King Adgar.

- 979 -
On 1 February, 979 word reached us that the Middle east has been widely Depopulated by the dreaded Plague.
On 1 February, 979 word reached us that Asia minor has been widely Depopulated by the dreaded Plague.

- 980 -
Adda, the firstborn son, was born to King Adgar of Wales.
King Adgar of Wales, through deeds and character, came to be known as King Adgar 'the Bold'.
On 1 March, 980 word reached us that India has been widely Depopulated by the dreaded Plague.
On 1 March, 980 word reached us that southern Europe has been widely Depopulated by the dreaded Plague.
On 16 April, 980 the Plague arrived at our borders. May God protect us.

- 981 -
King Adgar of Wales went to war against Queen Ealhswith of Asturias.

- 982 -
On 1 May, 982 word reached us that western Europe has been widely Depopulated by the dreaded Plague.

- 983 -
Pope Stephanus IV declared a Crusade, wherein all faithful Catholics were called to help conquer Bohemia from the Slavics.
Jovana, the mother of King Adgar of Wales, was devoured on 5 May, 983.
Pope Stephanus IV, leader of all Catholic faithful, died of the dreaded Plague on 28 September, 983.
Wales was attacked by the French realm of Knights Templar, ruled by Grandmaster Ulf.

- 984 -
King Adgar of Wales 'the Bold' won the war against Sultan Leofweald of Asturias.
Adgar Pendragon usurped the County of Shrewsbury from Leofweald Coenwalhing.
On 1 July, 984 word reached us that eastern Europe has been widely Depopulated by the dreaded Plague.
On 1 July, 984 word reached us that northern Europe has been widely Depopulated by the dreaded Plague.

- 985 -
A river flooded parts of Ulster in the spring.

- 986 -
King Adgar of Wales went to war against Duke Sinach of The Isles.
King Adgar of Wales successfully led his armies, taking Jedburgh from the enemy.

- 987 -
King Adgar of Wales successfully led his armies, taking Melrose from the enemy.

- 988 -
Tanist Ru of Wales married Duchess Máirgred, daughter of Eóganán von Werle.
King Adgar of Wales supported Pope Marinus II in war against his enemies.

- 989 -
A river flooded parts of Galloway in the spring.

- 990 -
Pope Marinus II, leader of all Catholic faithful, died a natural death on 1 June, 990.

- 991 -
King Adgar of Wales successfully led his armies, taking Litomerice Tribe from the enemy.
King Adgar of Wales successfully led his armies, taking Usti from the enemy.

- 992 -
King Adgar of Wales successfully led his armies, taking Boleslav Tribe from the enemy.
King Adgar of Wales successfully led his armies, taking Nachod from the enemy.
Queen Morag, the wife of King Adgar of Wales, died of Great Pox on 1 April, 992.
King Adgar of Wales married Duchess Leofgifu, daughter of Duke Wulfgeat of Wessex.
King Adgar of Wales was victorious in the battle of Prague against the army of Catholic Uprising, commanded by Viktorín of Catholic Uprising.
King Adgar of Wales successfully led his armies, taking Prague Tribe from the enemy.
King Adgar of Wales successfully led his armies, taking Brevnov from the enemy.

- 993 -
The Crusade declared by Martinus ended in defeat as the armies failed to conquer Bohemia.
Wales was attacked by the Saxon realm of Holstein, ruled by Jarl Widukind.
King Adgar of Wales was victorious in the battle of Ternyllwg against the army of Norway, commanded by Jarl Widukind of Holstein.

- 994 -
King Adgar of Wales was victorious in the battle of Ternyllwg against the army of Norway, commanded by Jarl Widukind of Holstein.
King Adgar of Wales was victorious in the battle of Ternyllwg against the army of Norway, commanded by Jarl Widukind of Holstein.
King Adgar of Wales was victorious in the battle of Hereford against the army of Norway, commanded by Jarl Widukind of Holstein.

- 995 -
King Adgar of Wales was victorious in the battle of Galloway against the army of Norway, commanded by Jarl Widukind of Holstein.
King Adgar of Wales was victorious in the battle of Ternyllwg against the army of Norway, commanded by Jarl Widukind of Holstein.
Jarl Widukind of Holstein lost the war against King Adgar of Wales 'the Bold'.
King Adgar of Wales went to war against King Gamall of Scotland.

- 996 -
King Adgar of Wales successfully led his armies, taking Derry from the enemy.
King Adgar of Wales successfully led his armies, taking Coleraine from the enemy.
King Adgar of Wales successfully led his armies, taking Gartan from the enemy.
King Adgar of Wales successfully led his armies, taking Raphoe from the enemy.

- 997 -
King Adgar of Wales died of complications related to Gout on 1 June, 997. His Pictish half-brother Ru succeeded to the throne of the Kingdom as King Ru II.

King Ru II of Wales was victorious in the battle of Tyrone against the army of Scotland, commanded by King Gamall of Scotland.
King Ru II of Wales 'the Usurper' won the war against King Gamall of Scotland.
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- 998 -
King Ru II of Wales went to war against Queen Æthelthryth of Scotland.

- 999 -
King Ru II of Wales was victorious in the battle of Cumberland against the army of Scotland, commanded by Queen Æthelthryth of Scotland.
King Ru II of Wales was victorious in the battle of Isle of Man against the army of Scotland, commanded by Queen Æthelthryth of Scotland.
King Ru II of Wales died of severe stress on 7 July, 999. His Welsh half-brother Rhun succeeded to the throne of the Kingdom as King Rhun III.

King Rhun III of Wales was victorious in the battle of Clydesdale against the army of Scotland, commanded by Queen Æthelthryth of Scotland.
King Rhun III of Wales was victorious in the battle of Teviotdale against the army of Scotland, commanded by Chieftess Elaine of Strathearn.
King Rhun III of Wales won the war against Queen Æthelthryth of Scotland.
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- 1000 -
Pope Martinus III announced the formal annulment of King Rhun IIIs marriage with Duchess Tailltiu of Connacht.
King Rhun III of Wales married Heregyth, daughter of Bishop Eadræd of Antequera.
Wales was attacked by the Irish realm of Welsh Revolt, ruled by Tailltiu 'the Unfaithful'.
The army of King Rhun III of Wales, commanded by Bleddyn, was victorious in the battle of Dyfed against the armies of Welsh Revolt.
King Rhun III of Wales was victorious in the battle of Tyrone against the army of Welsh Revolt, commanded by Tailltiu of Welsh Revolt.

- 1001 -
King Rhun III of Wales was victorious in the battle of Tyrone against the army of Welsh Revolt, commanded by Tailltiu of Welsh Revolt.
King Rhun III of Wales was victorious in the battle of Connacht against the army of Welsh Revolt, commanded by Tailltiu of Welsh Revolt.
Tailltiu of Welsh Revolt 'the Unfaithful' lost the war against King Rhun III of Wales.

- 1002 -
A giant destroyed several villages in Clydesdale, but then disappeared without trace.

- 1003 -
King Rhun III of Wales supported Eadberht of English Revolt in war against his enemies.

- 1004 -
A goat with three heads was born in Dublin.

- 1005 -
A river flooded parts of Clydesdale in the spring.

- 1006 -
Several people in Gwynedd spoke of seeing strange shapes dancing on the moon.

- 1007 -
People in Tyrconnell claimed to have seen two suns at the same time.

- 1008 -
A star fell from the sky in Breifne, killing three cows.

- 1009 -
King Rhun III of Wales went to war against Khan Tervel of England.

- 1010 -
Wales saw an unusually bountiful harvest this year.

- 1011 -
A star fell from the sky in Leinster, killing three cows.

- 1012 -
An uncommonly great number of children were born this year in Tyrone.

- 1013 -
A goat with three heads was born in Ossory.

- 1014 -
Pope Martinus III, leader of all Catholic faithful, died of Cancer on 5 August, 1014.

- 1015 -
Wales was attacked by the Irish realm of Breifnian Peasant Revolt, ruled by Domnall.

- 1016 -
King Rhun III of Wales was victorious in the battle of Breifne against the army of Breifnian Peasant Revolt, commanded by Domnall of Breifnian Peasant Revolt.
Domnall of Breifnian Peasant Revolt lost the war against King Rhun III of Wales.
King Rhun III of Wales went to war against King Beorhtnoth of England.
King Rhun III of Wales was victorious in the battle of Shrewsbury against the army of England, commanded by King Beorhtnoth of England.
Pope Marinus III announced the formal annulment of King Rhun IIIs marriage with Countess Heregyth of Middlesex.

- 1017 -
King Rhun III of Wales married Addiena, daughter of King Rhicert of Moray.
King Rhun III of Wales was victorious in the battle of Gwynedd against the army of England, commanded by King Beorhtnoth of England.
Pope Marinus III, leader of all Catholic faithful, died a natural death on 7 May, 1017.
King Rhun III of Wales lost the battle of Suffolk against the army of England, commanded by King Ælle of England.

- 1018 -
King Rhun III of Wales lost the battle of Suffolk against the army of England, commanded by King Ælle of England.
Asa, the firstborn son, was born to King Rhun III of Wales.
King Rhun III of Wales lost the war against King Ælle of England.

- 1019 -
Pope Innocentius II, leader of all Catholic faithful, died of the Slow Fever on 5 September, 1019.

- 1020 -
A goat with three heads was born in Perfeddwlad.

- 1021 -
Tens of thousands of crows birds invaded Cumberland just before the harvest, causing much damage to the farmers's fields.

- 1022 -
King Rhun III of Wales died not knowing quite what was wrong with them on 26 April, 1022. His nephew, Adda, succeeded to the throne of the Kingdom with a grand ceremony in Aberffraw.

Villagers saw blood raining from the sky in the county of Breifne.
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- 1023 -
Wales was attacked by the Irish realm of Ulsterian Peasant Revolt, ruled by Seán.
The army of King Adda II of Wales, commanded by Duke Hunfroi II of Deheubarth, was victorious in the battle of Ulster against the armies of Ulsterian Peasant Revolt.
Seán of Ulsterian Peasant Revolt lost the war against King Adda II of Wales.
Pope Hadrianus II declared a Crusade, wherein all faithful Catholics were called to help conquer Finland from the Suomenuskos.
King Adda II of Wales supported Pope Hadrianus II in war against his enemies.

- 1024 -
Wales was attacked by the Welsh realm of Welsh Revolt, ruled by Hunfroi.

- 1025 -
King Adda II of Wales was victorious in the battle of Gwynedd against the army of Welsh Revolt, commanded by Hunfroi of Welsh Revolt.
King Adda II of Wales was victorious in the battle of Perfeddwlad against the army of Welsh Revolt, commanded by Hunfroi of Welsh Revolt.
King Adda II of Wales was victorious in the battle of Dyfed against the army of Welsh Revolt, commanded by Hunfroi of Welsh Revolt.
King Adda II of Wales, through deeds and character, came to be known as King Adda II 'the Ill-Ruler'.

- 1026 -
Queen Wærburg, the wife of King Adda II of Wales, was murdered on 2 January, 1026.
King Adda II of Wales was victorious in the battle of Hereford against the army of Welsh Revolt, commanded by Hunfroi of Welsh Revolt.
King Adda II of Wales married Countess Heregyth, daughter of Bishop Eadræd of Antequera.
King Adda II of Wales was victorious in the battle of Gwent against the army of Welsh Revolt, commanded by Hunfroi of Welsh Revolt.
King Adda II of Wales was victorious in the battle of Ternyllwg against the army of Welsh Revolt, commanded by Hunfroi of Welsh Revolt.
Hunfroi of Welsh Revolt lost the war against King Adda II of Wales 'the Ill-Ruler'.

- 1027 -
A goat with three heads was born in Shrewsbury.

- 1028 -
Several people in Gwynedd spoke of seeing strange shapes dancing on the moon.

- 1029 -
Wales was attacked by the Welsh realm of Shrewsburyan Peasant Revolt, ruled by Riaged.
King Guðmundr II of Norway supported King Guðmundr II of Norway in war against his enemies.
King Adda II of Wales was victorious in the battle of Shrewsbury against the army of Shrewsburyan Peasant Revolt, commanded by Riaged of Shrewsburyan Peasant Revolt.
Riaged of Shrewsburyan Peasant Revolt lost the war against King Adda II of Wales 'the Ill-Ruler'.

- 1030 -
A goat with three heads was born in Oriel.

- 1031 -
A strange plague killed thousands of wild rabbits in the county of Glamorgan.

- 1032 -
King Magni of Norway supported King Magni of Norway in war against his enemies.

- 1033 -
Wales saw an unusually bountiful harvest this year.

- 1034 -
Asa Pendragon married Duchess Alys, daughter of Duke Gwidyr of Connacht.
The Crusade declared by Hadrianus ended in defeat as the armies failed to conquer Finland.
King Adda II of Wales went to war against King Sigehelm II of Scotland.

- 1035 -
King Magni of Norway supported King Magni of Norway in war against his enemies.
King Adda II of Wales was victorious in the battle of Clydesdale against the army of Scotland, commanded by King Sigehelm II of Scotland.

- 1036 -
King Adda II of Wales was victorious in the battle of Clydesdale against the army of Scotland, commanded by King Sigehelm II of Scotland.
King Magni of Norway supported King Magni of Norway in war against his enemies.
King Adda II of Wales was victorious in the battle of Lothian against the army of Scotland, commanded by King Sigehelm II of Scotland.
King Adda II of Wales 'the Ill-Ruler' won the war against King Sigehelm II of Scotland.

- 1037 -
A strange plague killed thousands of wild rabbits in the county of Devon.

- 1038 -
King Magni of Norway supported King Magni of Norway in war against his enemies.

- 1039 -
King Adda II of Wales went to war against Queen Sigrid II of England.
Hemming, the firstborn son, was born to King Adda II of Wales.

- 1040 -
King Adda II of Wales was victorious in the battle of Thomond against the army of England, commanded by Queen Sigrid II of England.
Emperor Thiébaut of the Holy Roman Empire supported Emperor Thiébaut of the Holy Roman Empire in war against his enemies.
King Adda II of Wales was victorious in the battle of Thomond against the army of England, commanded by Queen Sigrid II of England.

- 1041 -
Pope Hadrianus II, leader of all Catholic faithful, died a natural death on 1 March, 1041.

- 1042 -
King Adda II of Wales was victorious in the battle of Desmond against the army of England, commanded by Queen Sigrid II of England.
King Adda II of Wales 'the Ill-Ruler' won the war against Queen Sigrid II of England.
Adda Pendragon usurped the County of Desmond from Swegn of Northumbria.
Adda Pendragon created the title of Duchy of Munster, confirming his growing power with much ceremony and celebration.

- 1043 -
A ten feet tall woman was crucified in the county of Carrick.

- 1044 -
Queen Heregyth 'the Usurper', the wife of King Adda II of Wales, died of Camp Fever on 2 March, 1044.

- 1045 -
Tens of thousands of crows birds invaded Tyrone just before the harvest, causing much damage to the farmers's fields.

- 1046 -
Duke Cawdaf of Lothian supported Duke Cawdaf of Lothian in war against his enemies.

- 1047 -
The army of King Adda II of Wales, commanded by Duke Gwerthern of Munster, was victorious in the battle of Teviotdale against the armies of Scotland.

- 1048 -
Duke Bernd of Orleans supported Duke Bernd of Orleans in war against his enemies.
The army of King Adda II of Wales, commanded by Duke Gwerthern of Munster, was victorious in the battle of Strathearn against the armies of Scotland.
The army of King Adda II of Wales, commanded by Duke Gwerthern of Munster, was victorious in the battle of Ross against the armies of Scotland.

- 1049 -
The army of King Adda II of Wales, commanded by Duke Gwerthern of Munster, was victorious in the battle of Teviotdale against the armies of Scotland.
The army of King Adda II of Wales, commanded by Duke Gwerthern of Munster, was victorious in the battle of Strathearn against the armies of Scotland.
The army of King Adda II of Wales, commanded by Duke Gwerthern of Munster, was victorious in the battle of Ross against the armies of Scotland.
The army of King Adda II of Wales, commanded by Duke Gwerthern of Munster, was victorious in the battle of Fife against the armies of Scotland.

- 1050 -
The army of King Adda II of Wales, commanded by Duke Gwerthern of Munster, was victorious in the battle of Teviotdale against the armies of Scotland.
King Magni of Saxony supported King Magni of Saxony in war against his enemies.

- 1051 -
Wales was attacked by the Anglo-Saxon realm of England, ruled by Queen Sigrid II 'the Noble'.

- 1052 -
King Adda II of Wales married Berthefled, daughter of Duke Bero of Franconia.
The army of King Adda II of Wales, commanded by Duke Cynan II of Galloway, was victorious in the battle of Warwick against the armies of England.
The army of King Adda II of Wales, commanded by Duke Cynan II of Galloway, was victorious in the battle of Gloucester against the armies of England.
The army of King Adda II of Wales, commanded by Duke Cynan II of Galloway, was victorious in the battle of Somerset against the armies of England.

- 1053 -
King Adda II of Wales was victorious in the battle of Shrewsbury against the army of England, commanded by Queen Sigrid II of England.
King Adda II of Wales was victorious in the battle of Leicester against the army of England, commanded by Duke Ælfsige of Kent.

- 1054 -
Queen Sigrid II of England 'the Noble' lost the war against King Adda II of Wales 'the Ill-Ruler'.

- 1055 -
King Adda II of Wales went to war against King Sigehelm II of Scotland.

- 1056 -
King Adda II of Wales lost the battle of Isle of Man against the army of Gelre, commanded by Duke Hrvoje of Gelre.
King Adda II of Wales lost the battle of Tyrone against the army of Gelre, commanded by Duke Hrvoje of Gelre.

- 1057 -
King Adda II of Wales was victorious in the battle of Teviotdale against the army of Gelre, commanded by Duke Hrvoje of Gelre.
King Adda II of Wales was victorious in the battle of Gowrie against the army of Gelre, commanded by Duke Hrvoje of Gelre.

- 1058 -
King Adda II of Wales was victorious in the battle of Isle of Man against the army of Scotland, commanded by King Sigehelm II of Scotland.

- 1059 -
The army of King Adda II of Wales, commanded by Bishop Eormenred of Lowestoft, was victorious in the battle of Ulster against the armies of Gelre.

- 1060 -
Pope Callistus III, leader of all Catholic faithful, died comatose in bed on 1 July, 1060.

- 1061 -
King Adda II of Wales was victorious in the battle of Orkney against the army of Scotland, commanded by King Sigehelm II of Scotland.
The army of King Adda II of Wales, commanded by Mayor Ednywain of Swansea, was victorious in the battle of Chester against the armies of Gelre.
Asa Pendragon married Tegla.
King Adda II of Wales was murdered on the orders of King Asa of Wales on 27 May, 1061. His cousin, Asa, succeeded to the throne of the Kingdom with a grand ceremony in Aberffraw.

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PostSubject: Re: The Sheeplover Chronicles   Thu Oct 04, 2018 12:56 pm

- 1062 -
A river flooded parts of Clydesdale in the spring.

- 1063 -
King Asa of Wales went to war against King Maccus of Scotland.
Wales was attacked by the Pictish realm of Garalt's Host, ruled by Garalt.

- 1064 -
King Asa of Wales successfully led his armies, taking Rushen from the enemy.

- 1065 -
Rhun, the firstborn son, was born to King Asa of Wales.
Garalt of Garalt's Host lost the war against King Asa of Wales.
King Asa of Wales went to war against King Uuen of Scotland.

- 1066 -
King Asa of Wales successfully led his armies, taking Dunstaffnage from the enemy.
King Asa of Wales successfully led his armies, taking St Moluag from the enemy.

- 1067 -
King Asa of Wales successfully led his armies, taking Tain from the enemy.
King Asa of Wales won the war against King Éogan of Scotland.
Asa Pendragon usurped the Duchy of Man from Cenræd of Durham.
Asa Pendragon usurped the County of Isle of Man from Cenræd of Durham.
King Asa of Wales went to war against King Gamall II of Moray.

- 1068 -
King Asa of Wales successfully led his armies, taking Elgin from the enemy.
King Asa of Wales successfully led his armies, taking Cawdor from the enemy.
King Asa of Wales successfully led his armies, taking Dornoch from the enemy.

- 1069 -
King Asa of Wales successfully led his armies, taking Thurso from the enemy.
King Asa of Wales successfully led his armies, taking Wick from the enemy.
King Asa of Wales won the war against King Gamall II of Moray.
Asa Pendragon usurped the Duchy of Moray from Gamall Pendragon.

- 1070 -
A strange plague killed thousands of wild rabbits in the county of Clydesdale.

- 1071 -
King Asa of Wales went to war against Queen Órlaith of Scotland.
King Asa of Wales successfully led his armies, taking Dunstaffnage from the enemy.
King Asa of Wales successfully led his armies, taking St Moluag from the enemy.
King Asa of Wales, through deeds and character, came to be known as King Asa 'the Bold'.

- 1072 -
King Asa of Wales successfully led his armies, taking St Moluag from the enemy.
King Asa of Wales 'the Bold' won the war against Queen Órlaith of Scotland.
Asa Pendragon usurped the Duchy of The Isles from Órlaith Mac Gabráin.
Asa Pendragon usurped the County of Argyll from Órlaith Mac Gabráin.
Asa Pendragon usurped the Kingdom of Scotland from Órlaith Mac Gabráin.

- 1073 -
Pope Benedictus V, leader of all Catholic faithful, died a natural death on 20 January, 1073.

- 1074 -
King Asa of Wales died of Great Pox on 2 February, 1074. His Pictish kinsman Ru succeeded to the throne of the Kingdom as King Ru IV.

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PostSubject: Re: The Sheeplover Chronicles   Thu Oct 04, 2018 12:58 pm

- 1075 -
Pope Anastasius III declared a Crusade, wherein all faithful Catholics were called to help conquer Pomerania from the Slavics.

- 1076 -
Several people in Gwynedd spoke of seeing strange shapes dancing on the moon.

- 1077 -
A strange plague killed thousands of wild rabbits in the county of Leinster.

- 1078 -
King Ru IV of Wales went to war against King Rhun II of Scotland.
King Ru IV of Wales was victorious in the battle of Isle of Man against the army of Scotland, commanded by King Rhun II of Scotland.
King Ru IV of Wales, through deeds and character, came to be known as King Ru IV 'the Monk'.
The army of King Ru IV of Wales, commanded by Bishop Eormenred of Lowestoft, was victorious in the battle of Prague against the armies of Scotland.
King Ru IV of Wales successfully led his armies, taking Rushen from the enemy.

- 1079 -
King Ru IV of Wales successfully led his armies, taking Peel from the enemy.
King Ru IV of Wales 'the Monk' won the war against King Rhun II of Scotland.
Ru Pendragon created the title of Duchy of Man, confirming his growing power with much ceremony and celebration.

- 1080 -
Tanist Edylfred, the heir of King Ru IV of Wales, died a natural death on 2 February, 1080.
Pope Anastasius III, leader of all Catholic faithful, died a natural death on 10 July, 1080.

- 1081 -
King Ru IV of Wales died under suspicious circumstances on 27 April, 1081. His Welsh kinsman Iago succeeded to the throne of the Kingdom as King Iago.

King Iago held a grand tournament, inviting all the great lords and knights of the realm.
Pope Stephanus V, leader of all Catholic faithful, died of severe stress on 21 July, 1081.
Pope Urbanus III, leader of all Catholic faithful, died a natural death on 14 December, 1081.
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PostSubject: Re: The Sheeplover Chronicles   Thu Oct 04, 2018 12:59 pm

- 1082 -
Villagers saw blood raining from the sky in the county of Norfolk.

- 1083 -
King Iago of Wales went to war against King Oscytel of England.
King Iago of Wales was victorious in the battle of Northampton against the army of England, commanded by King Oscytel of England.
King Iago of Wales was victorious in the battle of Derby against the army of England, commanded by King Oscytel of England.

- 1084 -
Wales was attacked by the Irish realm of Ossoryan Peasant Revolt, ruled by Laidíne.

- 1085 -
King Iago of Wales was victorious in the battle of Ossory against the army of Ossoryan Peasant Revolt, commanded by Laidíne of Ossoryan Peasant Revolt.
Laidíne of Ossoryan Peasant Revolt lost the war against King Iago of Wales 'the Usurper'.
King Iago of Wales 'the Usurper' won the war against King Oscytel of England 'the Just'.
Iago Pendragon usurped the County of York from Wærburg Wintaling.

- 1086 -
A dragon was seen in the county of Connacht.

- 1087 -
Villagers saw blood raining from the sky in the county of Connacht.

- 1088 -
Tens of thousands of crows birds invaded Ternyllwg just before the harvest, causing much damage to the farmers's fields.

- 1089 -
Emperor Jaufré of the Holy Roman Empire supported Emperor Jaufré of the Holy Roman Empire in war against his enemies.
King Iago of Wales successfully led his armies, taking Moville from the enemy.

- 1090 -
King Iago of Wales successfully led his armies, taking Athlone from the enemy.
Tanist Arthwys, the heir of King Iago of Wales, died of depression on 22 March, 1090.
King Iago of Wales was victorious in the battle of Tyrconnell against the army of Knights Templar, commanded by Grandmaster Mathieu of Knights Templar.

- 1091 -
A dragon was seen in the county of Gloucester.

- 1092 -
Strange and wonderful serpents were seen in Norfolk.

- 1093 -
Wales saw an unusually bountiful harvest this year.

- 1094 -
An uncommonly great number of children were born this year in Shrewsbury.

- 1095 -
Padrig Pendragon married Máiread, daughter of King Sæbert of Lothian.

- 1096 -
A dragon was seen in the county of Durham.

- 1097 -
King Iago of Wales went to war against King Oscytel of England.
Pope Honorius II, leader of all Catholic faithful, died bedridden and infirm on 24 December, 1097.

- 1098 -
King Iago of Wales died in battle against Duke Balthere III of Barcelona on 22 October, 1098. His son, Padrig, succeeded to the throne of the Kingdom with a grand ceremony in Aberffraw.

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PostSubject: Re: The Sheeplover Chronicles   Thu Oct 04, 2018 1:00 pm

- 1099 -
King Padrig of Wales was victorious in the battle of Lincoln against the army of England, commanded by King Oscytel of England.
King Padrig of Wales was victorious in the battle of Middlesex against the army of England, commanded by King Oscytel of England.
King Padrig of Wales won the war against King Oscytel of England 'the Just'.
Padrig Pendragon usurped the County of Lincoln from Swæfræd Henry.
Padrig Pendragon usurped the Duchy of York from Cearl Eadwulfing.
Cynwallon Pendragon married Princess Elaiodora, daughter of Basileus Eustathios of the Byzantine Empire.
King Padrig held a grand tournament, inviting all the great lords and knights of the realm.

- 1100 -
King Padrig of Wales went to war against King Amalgaid of Lothian.
The army of King Padrig of Wales, commanded by Duke Iago of Connacht, was victorious in the battle of Teviotdale against the armies of Lothian.

- 1101 -
The army of King Padrig of Wales, commanded by Duke Iago of Connacht, was victorious in the battle of Hereford against the armies of Lothian.

- 1102 -
King Padrig of Wales won the war against King Amalgaid of Lothian.
King Padrig of Wales went to war against Prince Maccus of Scotland.
King Padrig of Wales was victorious in the battle of Lothian against the army of Scotland, commanded by King Æthelfrith II of Scotland.

- 1103 -
King Padrig of Wales successfully led his armies, taking Abercorn from the enemy.
King Padrig of Wales won the war against Prince Maccus of Scotland.

- 1104 -
Villagers saw blood raining from the sky in the county of Devon.

- 1105 -
King Padrig of Wales went to war against King Æthelfrith II of Scotland.
King Padrig of Wales was victorious in the battle of Teviotdale against the army of Scotland, commanded by King Æthelfrith II of Scotland.
Efa, the firstborn daughter, was born to King Padrig of Wales.

- 1106 -
King Padrig of Wales was victorious in the battle of Lothian against the army of Scotland, commanded by King Æthelfrith II of Scotland.
Emperor Hugues II of the Holy Roman Empire supported Emperor Hugues II of the Holy Roman Empire in war against his enemies.
King Padrig of Wales was victorious in the battle of Carrick against the army of Scotland, commanded by King Æthelfrith II of Scotland.
King Padrig of Wales won the war against King Æthelfrith II of Scotland.

- 1107 -
Pope Callistus IV, leader of all Catholic faithful, died comatose in bed on 1 December, 1107.

- 1108 -
A goat with three heads was born in Tyrconnell.

- 1109 -
Pope Anastasius IV declared a Crusade, wherein all faithful Catholics were called to help conquer Lithuania from the Slavics.
King Padrig of Wales supported Pope Anastasius IV in war against his enemies.

- 1110 -
Sieffre, the firstborn son, was born to King Padrig of Wales.
King Padrig of Wales was victorious in the battle of Vilnius against the army of Lithuania, commanded by King Gierolt of Lithuania.
King Padrig of Wales died in battle against High Chief Haldor of Finland on 12 May, 1110. His son, Sieffre, succeeded to the throne of the Kingdom with a grand ceremony in Aberffraw.
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