The Saxon Chronicle, which is a less reliable authority for Northumbrian history, places his death in the year 588.
C. Plummer (Oxford, 1896); Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, ed.
Sc. 2) from Hall's Chronicle, of having tempted Henry V.
On the seaward side of the Ness there is a large ancient earthwork which is attributed to the Norsemen through a reference in the Saxon Chronicle (894) under the name Sceobrig.
Based on material borrowed from the Sachsische Weltchronik (formerly called Repgowische Chronik from its dubious assignment to Eime von Repgow), the oldest prose chronicle of the world in German (c. 1248 or 1260).