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    - 769 -
    This is the Chronicle of House Gama', in which is contained the record of its yearly fortunes, glories and difficulties.
    Count Amilcare of Maine married Æthelhild.

    - 770 -
    Tens of thousands of crows birds invaded Maine just before the harvest, causing much damage to the farmers's fields.

    - 771 -
    Countess Æthelhild, the wife of Count Amilcare of Maine, died succumbing to her severe injuries on 7 December, 771.

    - 772 -
    King Karl of West Francia married Princess Dauferada, daughter of King Desiderius of Lombardy.
    Count Amilcare of Maine married Leubovera.

    - 773 -
    Count Amilcare of Maine went to war against Count Hildegar of Anjou.
    Count Amilcare of Maine was victorious in the battle of Maine against the army of West Francia, commanded by Count Hildegar of Anjou.

    - 774 -
    Count Amilcare of Maine won the war against Count Hildegar of Anjou.
    Amilcare Gama' usurped the County of Anjou from Hildegar Hildegars.
    Pope Stephanus III, leader of all Catholic faithful, died a natural death on 25 March, 774.
    Amilcare Gama' created the title of Duchy of Anjou, confirming his growing power with much ceremony and celebration.

    - 775 -
    Pope Silvester II, leader of all Catholic faithful, died a natural death on 20 December, 775.

    - 776 -
    Creada, the firstborn daughter, was born to Duke Amilcare of Anjou.

    - 777 -
    Duchess Leubovera, the wife of Duke Amilcare of Anjou, died clutching at her heart on 26 January, 777.
    Duke Amilcare of Anjou married Fastrada, daughter of Duke Radulf II of Thüringia.

    - 778 -
    In Anjou, the people celebrated the benevolent rule of Duke Amilcare.

    - 779 -
    Raynold, the firstborn son, was born to Duke Amilcare of Anjou.

    - 780 -
    People in Anjou claimed to have seen two suns at the same time.

    - 781 -
    Tens of thousands of crows birds invaded Maine just before the harvest, causing much damage to the farmers's fields.

    - 782 -
    Duke Amilcare of Anjou went to war against Count Berengar of Vendôme.

    - 783 -
    Duke Amilcare of Anjou won the war against Count Berengar of Vendôme.
    Amilcare Gama' usurped the County of Vendôme from Berengar Berengling.

    - 784 -
    The earth shook for three days in Vendôme, killing two hundred peasants and a priest.

    - 785 -
    The earth shook for three days in Maine, killing two hundred peasants and a priest.

    - 786 -
    A goat with three heads was born in Vendôme.

    - 787 -
    The earth shook for three days in Anjou, killing two hundred peasants and a priest.

    - 788 -
    An uncommonly great number of children were born this year in Maine.

    - 789 -
    The earth shook for three days in Vendôme, killing two hundred peasants and a priest.

    - 790 -
    Anjou saw an unusually bountiful harvest this year.

    - 791 -
    A star fell from the sky in Maine, killing three cows.

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

    - 793 -
    Duke Amilcare of Anjou, through deeds and character, came to be known as Duke Amilcare 'the Wise'.
    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 star fell from the sky in Vendôme, killing three cows.

    - 795 -
    Raynold Gama' married Countess Navar, daughter of Count Abbon of Poitiers.
    Pope Lucius II, leader of all Catholic faithful, died of Cancer on 9 May, 795.
    Pope Sergius II, leader of all Catholic faithful, died of the Slow Fever on 2 October, 795.

    - 796 -
    A ten feet tall woman was crucified in the county of Anjou.

    - 797 -
    Duchess Fastrada, the wife of Duke Amilcare of Anjou, died under suspicious circumstances on 27 March, 797.
    Duke Amilcare of Anjou married Countess Frotberga, daughter of Count Ingalbert of Westfriesland.

    - 798 -
    Duke Amilcare of Anjou supported Shaykhah Elena of Narbonne in war against her enemies.

    - 799 -
    Villagers saw blood raining from the sky in the county of Vendôme.

    - 800 -
    People in Anjou claimed to have seen two suns at the same time.

    - 801 -
    A strange plague killed thousands of wild rabbits in the county of Vendôme.

    - 802 -
    Several people in Maine spoke of seeing strange shapes dancing on the moon.

    - 803 -
    A river flooded parts of Maine in the spring.

    - 804 -
    Duke Amilcare of Anjou went to war against Duke Thankulf of Thüringia.

    - 805 -
    Duke Amilcare of Anjou 'the Wise' won the war against Duke Thankulf of Thüringia 'the Wise'.

    - 806 -
    Pope Marinus, leader of all Catholic faithful, died of severe stress on 11 October, 806.
    Pope Caelestinus II, leader of all Catholic faithful, died bedridden and infirm on 25 October, 806.
    Duchess Frotberga, the wife of Duke Amilcare of Anjou, died after a disagreement with a meal on 2 December, 806.

    - 807 -
    Duke Amilcare of Anjou went to war against Count Vuitard of Nantes.

    - 808 -
    King Karloman of West Francia, the liege Lord of Duke Amilcare 'the Wise', died of an infected wound on 16 June, 808.
    Amilcare Gama' inherited the East Francia from Karloman Karling.
    Amilcare Gama' usurped the Duchy of Upper Burgundy from Hugh Hucberting.

    - 809 -
    A star fell from the sky in Thüringen, killing three cows.

    - 810 -
    An uncommonly great number of children were born this year in Aargau.

    - 811 -
    King Amilcare of Germany went to war against King Widukind of Saxony.
    King Amilcare of Germany adopted new customs to embrace Frisian culture, no longer considering himself Frankish.
    King Amilcare of Germany died of severe stress on 14 November, 811. His Frankish son Sigebald succeeded to the throne of the Kingdom as King Sigebald.

    A goat with three heads was born in Kleve.

    - 812 -
    King Sigebald of Germany 'the Usurper' won the war against King Hermann of Saxony.

    - 813 -
    Prince Fulcrad, the heir of King Sigebald of Germany, died frothing at the mouth on 14 September, 813.

    - 814 -
    Queen Glades, the wife of King Sigebald of Germany, died under suspicious circumstances on 25 August, 814.

    - 815 -
    Villagers saw blood raining from the sky in the county of Fürstenberg.

    - 816 -
    Germany was attacked by the German realm of Bavaria, ruled by King Odilo II 'the Just'.

    - 817 -
    King Sigebald of Germany lost the battle of Chur against the army of Bavaria, commanded by King Odilo II of Bavaria.
    King Odilo II of Bavaria 'the Just' won the war against King Sigebald of Germany 'the Usurper'.
    Germany was attacked by the Frankish realm of Burgundy, ruled by King Gozhelm 'the Wise'.
    Germany was attacked by the Anglo-Saxon realm of Essex, ruled by King Wihtræd.
    King Gozhelm of Burgundy 'the Wise' won the war against King Sigebald of Germany 'the Usurper'.

    - 818 -
    Pope Eugenius II, leader of all Catholic faithful, died of severe stress on 18 January, 818.
    Germany was attacked by the Saxon realm of Bremen, ruled by Dedo.

    - 819 -
    The army of King Sigebald of Germany, commanded by Baron Anselm of Henneberg, was victorious in the battle of Oldenburg against the armies of Essex.
    The army of King Sigebald of Germany, commanded by Baron Anselm of Henneberg, was victorious in the battle of Celle against the armies of Polish Revolt.
    The army of King Sigebald of Germany, commanded by Baldarich, was victorious in the battle of Oldenburg against the armies of Polish Revolt.
    The army of King Sigebald of Germany, commanded by Baron Anselm of Henneberg, was victorious in the battle of Braunschweig against the armies of Essex.
    The army of King Sigebald of Germany, commanded by Baldarich, was victorious in the battle of Osnabrück against the armies of Polish Revolt.
    Germany was attacked by the Norse realm of Sviþjod, ruled by Jarl Ragnarr 'the Cruel'.

    - 820 -
    The army of King Sigebald of Germany, commanded by Baron Anselm of Henneberg, was defeated in the battle of Celle against the armies of Danmark.
    Jarl Ragnarr of Sviþjod 'the Cruel' won the war against King Sigebald of Germany 'the Usurper'.

    - 821 -
    King Wihtræd of Essex made peace with King Sigebald of Germany 'the Usurper'.
    Germany was attacked by the Norse realm of Danmark, ruled by King Haraldr 'the Just'.
    King Haraldr of Danmark 'the Just' won the war against King Sigebald of Germany 'the Usurper'.
    Germany was attacked by the Polish realm of Poland, ruled by King Gosciwuj 'the Fat'.
    King Gosciwuj of Poland 'the Fat' won the war against King Sigebald of Germany 'the Usurper'.
    Germany was attacked by the Frankish realm of Lorrainian Peasant Revolt, ruled by Hartmut.

    - 822 -
    Hartmut of Lorrainian Peasant Revolt won the war against King Sigebald of Germany 'the Usurper'.

    - 823 -
    A star fell from the sky in Köln, killing three cows.

    - 824 -
    King Sigebald of Germany married Duchess Sybille, daughter of Duke Erbio of Alemannia.

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

    - 826 -
    Iarndetguid, the firstborn son, was born to King Sigebald of Germany.

    - 827 -
    A strange plague killed thousands of wild rabbits in the county of Münster.

    - 828 -
    Several people in Braunschweig spoke of seeing strange shapes dancing on the moon.

    - 829 -
    Prince Iarndetguid, the heir of King Sigebald of Germany, died a sickly infant on 25 January, 829.

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

    - 831 -
    Germany saw an unusually bountiful harvest this year.

    - 832 -
    In Braunschweig, the people celebrated the benevolent rule of King Sigebald.

    - 833 -
    Germany saw an unusually bountiful harvest this year.

    - 834 -
    Germany was attacked by the Polish realm of Poland, ruled by King Gosciwuj 'the Fat'.
    King Gosciwuj of Poland 'the Fat' won the war against King Sigebald of Germany 'the Usurper'.
    Sigebald Gama' usurped the County of Ulm from Sybille Agilolfing.

    - 835 -
    Several people in Ulm spoke of seeing strange shapes dancing on the moon.

    - 836 -
    Germany was attacked by the Saxon realm of Banzleib's Host, ruled by Banzleib 'the Frog'.

    - 837 -
    The army of King Sigebald of Germany, commanded by Maelhuedoc de Cornouaille, was victorious in the battle of St. Gallen against the armies of Banzleib's Host.
    The army of King Sigebald of Germany, commanded by Maelhuedoc de Cornouaille, was victorious in the battle of Schwaben against the armies of Banzleib's Host.
    The army of King Sigebald of Germany, commanded by Maelhuedoc de Cornouaille, was victorious in the battle of St. Gallen against the armies of Banzleib's Host.
    The army of King Sigebald of Germany, commanded by Maelhuedoc de Cornouaille, was victorious in the battle of Schwaben against the armies of Banzleib's Host.

    - 838 -
    The army of King Sigebald of Germany, commanded by Maelhuedoc de Cornouaille, was victorious in the battle of St. Gallen against the armies of Banzleib's Host.
    The army of King Sigebald of Germany, commanded by Maelhuedoc de Cornouaille, was victorious in the battle of Schwaben against the armies of Banzleib's Host.
    The army of King Sigebald of Germany, commanded by Maelhuedoc de Cornouaille, was victorious in the battle of St. Gallen against the armies of Banzleib's Host.
    The army of King Sigebald of Germany, commanded by Maelhuedoc de Cornouaille, was victorious in the battle of Schwaben against the armies of Banzleib's Host.
    Chief Clodio of Celle married Agathe, daughter of Duke Adalelm of Burgundy.

    - 839 -
    Germany was attacked by the Frankish realm of Burgundy, ruled by King Gozhelm 'the Wise'.

    - 840 -
    Queen Sybille, the wife of King Sigebald of Germany, died of complications related to Gout on 22 April, 840.
    Sigebald Gama' inherited the Burgundy from Gozhelm Vuodi.
    Germany was attacked by the Visigothic realm of Forcalquierian Peasant Revolt, ruled by Mauregato.

    - 841 -
    The army of King Sigebald of Germany, commanded by Prince-Archbishop Ansovald of Savoy, was victorious in the battle of Provence against the armies of Forcalquierian Peasant Revolt.
    Mauregato of Forcalquierian Peasant Revolt lost the war against King Sigebald of Germany 'the Usurper'.
    King Sigebald of Germany adopted new customs to embrace German culture, no longer considering himself Frankish.

    - 842 -
    Sigebald Gama' created the title of Duchy of Alsace, confirming his growing power with much ceremony and celebration.

    - 843 -
    Germany was attacked by the Norse realm of Hrolfr's Host, ruled by Hrolfr.

    - 844 -
    Prince Adalbert of Germany married Duchess Azelma, daughter of Duke Thuringus II of Franconia.
    The army of King Sigebald of Germany, commanded by Maelhuedoc de Cornouaille, was victorious in the battle of Celle against the armies of Hrolfr's Host.

    - 845 -
    The army of King Sigebald of Germany, commanded by Maelhuedoc de Cornouaille, was victorious in the battle of Osnabrück against the armies of Hrolfr's Host.
    The army of King Sigebald of Germany, commanded by Maelhuedoc de Cornouaille, was victorious in the battle of Celle against the armies of Hrolfr's Host.

    - 846 -
    The army of King Sigebald of Germany, commanded by Maelhuedoc de Cornouaille, was victorious in the battle of Aargau against the armies of Hrolfr's Host.
    King Sigebald of Germany went to war against Duke Vulvari of Upper Burgundy.
    The army of King Sigebald of Germany, commanded by Maelhuedoc de Cornouaille, was victorious in the battle of Sundgau against the armies of Hrolfr's Host.
    Hrolfr of Hrolfr's Host lost the war against King Sigebald of Germany 'the Usurper'.

    - 847 -
    The army of King Sigebald of Germany, commanded by Maelhuedoc de Cornouaille, was victorious in the battle of Lorraine against the armies of Upper Burgundy.
    The army of King Sigebald of Germany, commanded by Maelhuedoc de Cornouaille, was victorious in the battle of Bourgogne against the armies of Upper Burgundy.
    The army of King Sigebald of Germany, commanded by Maelhuedoc de Cornouaille, was victorious in the battle of Bern against the armies of Upper Burgundy.

    - 848 -
    A river flooded parts of Forcalquier in the spring.

    - 849 -
    King Sigebald of Germany 'the Usurper' won the war against Duke Vulvari of Upper Burgundy.
    Sigebald Gama' usurped the County of Kleve from Vulvari Gama'.

    - 850 -
    Villagers saw blood raining from the sky in the county of Württemberg.

    - 851 -
    Prince Adalbert of Germany married Gertrude, daughter of Duke Vuodo II of Dauphiné.

    - 852 -
    A river flooded parts of Vivarais in the spring.

    - 853 -
    The army of King Sigebald of Germany, commanded by Duke Gozhelm II of Dauphiné, was victorious in the battle of Forez against the armies of Bertram's Host.
    Pope Anastasius III, leader of all Catholic faithful, died of Consumption on 20 June, 853.
    King Sigebald of Germany died a natural death on 28 November, 853. His son, Adalbert, succeeded to the throne of the Kingdom with a grand ceremony in Tübingen.

    People in Württemberg claimed to have seen two suns at the same time.

    - 854 -
    Germany was attacked by the Frankish realm of Valaisian Peasant Revolt, ruled by Everard.
    Everard of Valaisian Peasant Revolt lost the war against King Adalbert of Germany.

    - 855 -
    Germany was attacked by the Occitan realm of Vienne Peasant Revolt, ruled by Ebles.
    The army of King Adalbert of Germany, commanded by Duke Gozhelm II of Dauphiné, was victorious in the battle of Vienne against the armies of Vienne Peasant Revolt.
    Ebles of Vienne Peasant Revolt lost the war against King Adalbert of Germany.

    - 856 -
    King Adalbert of Germany went to war against Count Arnulf of Württemberg.
    Germany was attacked by the Saxon realm of Smeldigoz's Host, ruled by Smeldigoz 'the Strong'.

    - 857 -
    King Adalbert of Germany went to war against Count Ludwig of Württemberg.
    The army of King Adalbert of Germany, commanded by Prince-Archbishop Ansovald of Savoy, was victorious in the battle of Aargau against the armies of Smeldigoz's Host.
    The army of King Adalbert of Germany, commanded by Prince-Archbishop Ansovald of Savoy, was victorious in the battle of Bern against the armies of Smeldigoz's Host.
    Smeldigoz of Smeldigoz's Host 'the Strong' lost the war against King Adalbert of Germany.

    - 858 -
    King Adalbert of Germany won the war against Count Ludwig of Württemberg.
    Adalbert Gama' usurped the County of Württemberg from Ludwig Sieghardinger.

    - 859 -
    King Adalbert of Germany went to war against Count Ulrich of Fürstenberg.

    - 860 -
    The army of King Adalbert of Germany, commanded by Prince-Archbishop Ansovald of Savoy, was victorious in the battle of St. Gallen against the armies of Fürstenberg.
    The army of King Adalbert of Germany, commanded by Prince-Archbishop Ansovald of Savoy, was victorious in the battle of Schwyz against the armies of Fürstenberg.
    The army of King Adalbert of Germany, commanded by Prince-Archbishop Ansovald of Savoy, was victorious in the battle of Grisons against the armies of Fürstenberg.
    Germany was attacked by the Norse realm of Sigurðr's Host, ruled by Sigurðr.

    - 861 -
    Prince Berald of Germany married Princess Aleydis, daughter of King Roland II of Saxony.
    King Adalbert of Germany won the war against Count Ulrich of Fürstenberg.
    Adalbert Gama' usurped the County of Fürstenberg from Ulrich Agilolfing.
    King Adalbert of Germany died under suspicious circumstances on 3 December, 861. His Frankish son Berald succeeded to the throne of the Kingdom as King Berald.

    Pope Eugenius III, leader of all Catholic faithful, died a natural death on 18 December, 861.

    - 862 -
    King Berald of Germany was victorious in the battle of Leiningen against the army of Hroðgar's Host, commanded by Hroðgar of Hroðgar's Host.
    Guntram, the firstborn son, was born to King Berald of Germany.

    - 863 -
    Germany was attacked by the Frankish realm of Sundgauer Peasant Revolt, ruled by Hildevold.
    Germany was attacked by the Frankish realm of Burgundy, ruled by King Bero 'the Just'.
    King Berald of Germany was victorious in the battle of Sundgau against the army of Sundgauer Peasant Revolt, commanded by Hildevold of Sundgauer Peasant Revolt.
    Hildevold of Sundgauer Peasant Revolt lost the war against King Berald of Germany.
    King Berald of Germany was victorious in the battle of Grisons against the army of Burgundy, commanded by King Bero of Burgundy.

    - 864 -
    King Berald of Germany was victorious in the battle of Grisons against the army of Burgundy, commanded by King Bero of Burgundy.
    King Berald of Germany was victorious in the battle of Aargau against the army of Burgundy, commanded by King Bero of Burgundy.
    King Berald of Germany, through deeds and character, came to be known as King Berald 'the Just'.
    King Berald of Germany was victorious in the battle of Grisons against the army of Burgundy, commanded by King Bero of Burgundy.
    Germany was attacked by the German realm of Bavaria, ruled by King Hrane 'the Cruel'.
    King Berald of Germany was victorious in the battle of Bern against the army of Burgundy, commanded by King Bero of Burgundy.
    King Berald of Germany was victorious in the battle of Aargau against the army of Burgundy, commanded by King Bero of Burgundy.

    - 865 -
    King Bero of Burgundy 'the Just' lost the war against King Berald of Germany 'the Just'.

    - 866 -
    Germany was attacked by the Norse realm of Hemming's Host, ruled by Hemming.
    King Karl of Bavaria won the war against King Berald of Germany 'the Just'.
    The army of King Berald of Germany, commanded by Count Unruoch of Breisgau, was victorious in the battle of Württemberg against the armies of Hemming's Host.

    - 867 -
    The army of King Berald of Germany, commanded by Count Faroin of Pfalz, was victorious in the battle of Göttingen against the armies of Hemming's Host.
    Hemming of Hemming's Host lost the war against King Berald of Germany 'the Just'.
    King Berald of Germany adopted new customs to embrace German culture, no longer considering himself Frankish.
    Germany was attacked by the Occitan realm of Austrasia, ruled by King Aregisel 'the Wise'.

    - 868 -
    The army of King Berald of Germany, commanded by Count Faroin of Pfalz, was victorious in the battle of Lorraine against the armies of Austrasia.
    The army of King Berald of Germany, commanded by Count Faroin of Pfalz, was victorious in the battle of Bar against the armies of Austrasia.
    Duke Aregisel of Luxembourg 'the Wise' lost the war against King Berald of Germany 'the Just'.

    - 869 -
    King Berald of Germany supported King Arichis II of Lombardy in war against his enemies.

    - 870 -
    People in Bamberg claimed to have seen two suns at the same time.

    - 871 -
    Several people in Ulm spoke of seeing strange shapes dancing on the moon.

    - 872 -
    Berald Gama' created the title of Duchy of Baden, confirming his growing power with much ceremony and celebration.
    King Berald held a grand tournament, inviting all the great lords and knights of the realm.

    - 873 -
    King Berald of Germany went to war against King Bero of Burgundy.
    The army of King Berald of Germany, commanded by Albrecht, was victorious in the battle of Köln against the armies of Hroðulfr's Host.

    - 874 -
    The army of King Berald of Germany, commanded by Mayor Gunzelin of Heidelberg, was victorious in the battle of Genève against the armies of Burgundian Revolt.
    The army of King Berald of Germany, commanded by Mayor Gunzelin of Heidelberg, was victorious in the battle of Neuchatel against the armies of Burgundy.

    - 875 -
    The army of King Berald of Germany, commanded by Mayor Gunzelin of Heidelberg, was victorious in the battle of Aargau against the armies of Burgundy.
    The army of King Berald of Germany, commanded by Mayor Gunzelin of Heidelberg, was victorious in the battle of Genève against the armies of Burgundy.

    - 876 -
    People in Schwaben claimed to have seen two suns at the same time.

    - 877 -
    Germany was attacked by the French realm of Austrasia, ruled by King Hildebert 'the Tenacious'.

    - 878 -
    The army of King Berald of Germany, commanded by Mayor Gunzelin of Heidelberg, was victorious in the battle of Lorraine against the armies of Austrasia.
    The army of King Berald of Germany, commanded by Mayor Gunzelin of Heidelberg, was victorious in the battle of Verdun against the armies of Austrasia.
    The army of King Berald of Germany, commanded by Mayor Gunzelin of Heidelberg, was victorious in the battle of Lorraine against the armies of Austrasia.

    - 879 -
    The army of King Berald of Germany, commanded by Mayor Gunzelin of Heidelberg, was victorious in the battle of Saintois against the armies of Austrasia.
    The army of King Berald of Germany, commanded by Mayor Gunzelin of Heidelberg, was victorious in the battle of Lorraine against the armies of Austrasia.
    Germany was attacked by the Norse realm of Fredrik's Host, ruled by Fredrik.
    The army of King Berald of Germany, commanded by Mayor Gunzelin of Heidelberg, was victorious in the battle of Lorraine against the armies of Austrasia.

    - 880 -
    Pope Gregorius IV, leader of all Catholic faithful, died of complications related to Gout on 10 May, 880.
    Germany was attacked by the Norse realm of Karl's Host, ruled by Karl.
    The army of King Berald of Germany, commanded by Mayor Gunzelin of Heidelberg, was victorious in the battle of Kleve against the armies of Austrasia.
    King Hildebert of Austrasia 'the Tenacious' lost the war against King Berald of Germany 'the Just'.
    The army of King Berald of Germany, commanded by Mayor Gunzelin of Heidelberg, was victorious in the battle of Mainz against the armies of Karl's Host.

    - 881 -
    The army of King Berald of Germany, commanded by Mayor Gunzelin of Heidelberg, was victorious in the battle of Köln against the armies of Karl's Host.
    Karl of Karl's Host lost the war against King Berald of Germany 'the Just'.
    The army of King Berald of Germany, commanded by Mayor Gunzelin of Heidelberg, was victorious in the battle of Kleve against the armies of Fredrik's Host.
    The army of King Berald of Germany, commanded by Mayor Gunzelin of Heidelberg, was victorious in the battle of Münster against the armies of Fredrik's Host.
    The army of King Berald of Germany, commanded by Mayor Gunzelin of Heidelberg, was victorious in the battle of Kleve against the armies of Fredrik's Host.
    Fredrik of Fredrik's Host lost the war against King Berald of Germany 'the Just'.
    Pope Clemens II, leader of all Catholic faithful, died a natural death on 3 October, 881.

    - 882 -
    Prince Guntram, the heir of King Berald of Germany, died of Pneumonia on 28 September, 882.

    - 883 -
    Villagers saw blood raining from the sky in the county of Sundgau.

    - 884 -
    A dragon was seen in the county of Schwaben.

    - 885 -
    A star fell from the sky in Mainz, killing three cows.

    - 886 -
    Germany was attacked by the French realm of Klevian Peasant Revolt, ruled by Frédéric.

    - 887 -
    A giant destroyed several villages in Bamberg, but then disappeared without trace.

    - 888 -
    King Berald of Germany died under suspicious circumstances on 22 February, 888. His son, Berald, succeeded to the throne of the Kingdom with a grand ceremony in Teck.

    A dragon was seen in the county of Bamberg.

    - 889 -
    Alemannia saw an unusually bountiful harvest this year.

    - 890 -
    Prince Berald of Germany married Princess Emma, daughter of King Hildebert of Austrasia.

    - 891 -
    Berald of German Revolt went to war against King Odo of Germany.
    Berald of German Revolt was victorious in the battle of Leiningen against the army of Germany, commanded by King Odo of Germany.
    Berald of German Revolt was victorious in the battle of Fürstenberg against the army of Germany, commanded by King Odo of Germany.
    Berald of German Revolt was victorious in the battle of Münster against the army of German Revolt, commanded by Dietrich of German Revolt.

    - 892 -
    Gunzelin, the firstborn son, was born to Berald of German Revolt.

    - 893 -
    Berald of German Revolt won the war against King Odo of Germany.
    Berald Gama' usurped the Kingdom of Germany from Odo Unwanid.
    King Berald II of Germany, through deeds and character, came to be known as King Berald II 'the Usurper'.

    - 894 -
    Germany was attacked by the Occitan realm of Bamberg, ruled by Count Frederi.
    King Berald II of Germany 'the Usurper' tried but failed to imprison Count Frederi of Bamberg, causing him to come out in open rebellion.

    - 895 -
    Dietrich of German Revolt 'the Usurper' lost the war against King Berald II of Germany 'the Usurper'.
    King Berald II of Germany was victorious in the battle of Ulm against the army of Bamberg, commanded by Count Frederi of Bamberg.
    Germany was attacked by the Frankish realm of Burgundy, ruled by King Autbert.
    King Autbert of Burgundy won the war against King Berald II of Germany 'the Usurper'.

    - 896 -
    King Berald II of Germany was victorious in the battle of Leiningen against the army of Bamberg, commanded by Count Frederi of Bamberg.
    Germany was attacked by the Norse realm of Knut's Host, ruled by Knut.
    Count Frederi of Bamberg lost the war against King Berald II of Germany 'the Usurper'.
    King Berald II of Germany supported King Hildebert of Austrasia in war against his enemies.

    - 897 -
    Germany was attacked by the French realm of Austrasia, ruled by King Foulques.

    - 898 -
    King Berald II of Germany was victorious in the battle of Lorraine against the army of Austrasia, commanded by King Foulques of Austrasia.
    King Berald II of Germany was victorious in the battle of Nordgau against the army of Austrasia, commanded by King Foulques of Austrasia.
    King Berald II of Germany was victorious in the battle of Metz against the army of Austrasia, commanded by King Foulques of Austrasia.

    - 899 -
    Germany was attacked by the Frankish realm of Austrasia, ruled by King Raimond-Berenguié 'the Wise'.
    King Berald II of Germany was victorious in the battle of Lorraine against the army of Austrasia, commanded by Prince Foulques of Austrasia.
    King Berald II of Germany was victorious in the battle of Pfalz against the army of Austrasia, commanded by King Raimond-Berenguié of Austrasia.
    King Berald II of Germany was victorious in the battle of Trier against the army of Austrasia, commanded by King Raimond-Berenguié of Austrasia.
    King Berald II of Germany was victorious in the battle of Kleve against the army of Austrasia, commanded by King Raimond-Berenguié of Austrasia.
    King Berald II of Germany was victorious in the battle of Kleve against the army of Austrasia, commanded by King Raimond-Berenguié of Austrasia.

    - 900 -
    King Berald II of Germany was victorious in the battle of Sticht against the army of Austrasia, commanded by King Raimond-Berenguié of Austrasia.
    Pope Hadrianus declared a Crusade, wherein all faithful Catholics were called to help conquer Aquitaine from the Sunnis.
    King Berald II of Germany supported Pope Hadrianus in war against his enemies.
    King Berald II of Germany was victorious in the battle of Sundgau against the army of Austrasia, commanded by Prince Foulques of Austrasia.
    Prince Foulques of Austrasia lost the war against King Berald II of Germany 'the Usurper'.

    - 901 -
    King Berald II of Germany was victorious in the battle of Armagnac against the army of Umayyad Empire, commanded by Badshah Wannaqo of Umayyad Empire.
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Fulcrad of Celle, was victorious in the battle of Limousin against the armies of Umayyad Empire.
    The Crusade declared by Hadrianus ended in defeat as the armies failed to conquer Aquitaine.

    - 902 -
    Duke Raimond-Berenguié of Luxembourg 'the Wise' lost the war against King Berald II of Germany 'the Usurper'.

    - 903 -
    Germany saw an unusually bountiful harvest this year.

    - 904 -
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Rudigar, was victorious in the battle of Köln against the armies of Tryggve's Host.
    King Berald II of Germany supported King Guaifer of Lombardy in war against his enemies.

    - 905 -
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Duke Dietrich of Alsace, was victorious in the battle of Würzburg against the armies of Þordr's Host.
    Germany was attacked by the Frankish realm of Kölnian Peasant Revolt, ruled by Gaujoin.
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Duke Dietrich of Alsace, was victorious in the battle of Mainz against the armies of Tryggve's Host.

    - 906 -
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Duke Dietrich of Alsace, was victorious in the battle of Köln against the armies of Kölnian Peasant Revolt.
    Gaujoin of Kölnian Peasant Revolt lost the war against King Berald II of Germany 'the Usurper'.
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Duke Dietrich of Alsace, was victorious in the battle of Luxembourg against the armies of Tryggve's Host.
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Duke Dietrich of Alsace, was victorious in the battle of Verdun against the armies of Tryggve's Host.

    - 907 -
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Duke Dietrich of Alsace, was victorious in the battle of Bourges against the armies of Bourgesian Peasant Revolt.
    Princess Aleydis 'the Cruel', the mother of King Berald II of Germany, died of Cancer on 15 September, 907.

    - 908 -
    King Berald II of Germany went to war against Chief Boleslaw of Plock.
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Duke Dietrich of Alsace, was victorious in the battle of Weimar against the armies of Plock.
    King Berald II of Germany 'the Usurper' won the war against Chief Boleslaw of Plock.

    - 909 -
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Duke Dietrich of Alsace, was victorious in the battle of Würzburg against the armies of Geirr's Host.
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Duke Dietrich of Alsace, was victorious in the battle of Nassau against the armies of Karl's Host.
    Pope Hadrianus, leader of all Catholic faithful, died a natural death on 25 April, 909.
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Duke Dietrich of Alsace, was victorious in the battle of Leiningen against the armies of Dan's Host.
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Yehoshua of Strunino, was victorious in the battle of Göttingen against the armies of Karl's Host.
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Duke Dietrich of Alsace, was victorious in the battle of Bamberg against the armies of Geirr's Host.
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Duke Dietrich of Alsace, was victorious in the battle of Münster against the armies of Hroðulfr's Host.
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Duke Dietrich of Alsace, was victorious in the battle of Braunschweig against the armies of Karl's Host.

    - 910 -
    Germany was attacked by the Norse realm of Geirr's Host, ruled by Geirr.
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Duke Dietrich of Alsace, was victorious in the battle of Württemberg against the armies of Geirr's Host.
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Duke Dietrich of Alsace, was victorious in the battle of Kempten against the armies of Geirr's Host.

    - 911 -
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Duke Dietrich of Alsace, was victorious in the battle of Oberbayern against the armies of Geirr's Host.
    Geirr of Geirr's Host lost the war against King Berald II of Germany 'the Usurper'.

    - 912 -
    King Berald II of Germany supported King Guaifer II of Lombardy in war against his enemies.
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Warin, was victorious in the battle of Köln against the armies of Asbjörn's Host.
    Gunzelin Gama' married Ulrike, daughter of Þordr Agilolfing.

    - 913 -
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Yehoshua of Strunino, was victorious in the battle of Nassau against the armies of Karl's Host.
    Germany was attacked by the French realm of France, ruled by King Bernard.

    - 914 -
    Germany was attacked by the Norse realm of Hroðulfr's Host, ruled by Hroðulfr.
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Weimar against the armies of Hroðulfr's Host.
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Thüringen against the armies of Hroðulfr's Host.
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Nassau against the armies of Hroðulfr's Host.
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Göttingen against the armies of Asbjörn's Host.
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Celle against the armies of Karl's Host.
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Holstein against the armies of Essex.

    - 915 -
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Leiningen against the armies of Hroðulfr's Host.
    King Bernard of France 'the Holy' won the war against King Berald II of Germany 'the Usurper'.
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Nassau against the armies of Hroðulfr's Host.
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Göttingen against the armies of Hroðulfr's Host.
    The army of King Berald II of Germany, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Braunschweig against the armies of Hroðulfr's Host.

    - 916 -
    King Berald II of Germany died clutching at his heart on 19 September, 916. His son, Gunzelin, succeeded to the throne of the Kingdom with a grand ceremony in Teck.

    Strange and wonderful serpents were seen in Fürstenberg.

    - 917 -
    Germany was attacked by the French realm of Austrasia, ruled by King Foulques 'the Just'.

    - 918 -
    The army of King Gunzelin of Germany, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Lorraine against the armies of Austrasia.
    Pope Stephanus IV, leader of all Catholic faithful, died a natural death on 6 August, 918.
    The army of King Gunzelin of Germany, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Saintois against the armies of Austrasia.

    - 919 -
    The army of King Gunzelin of Germany, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Lorraine against the armies of Austrasia.
    The army of King Gunzelin of Germany, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Sundgau against the armies of Austrasia.
    Prince Foulques of Austrasia 'the Just' lost the war against King Gunzelin of Germany.

    - 920 -
    Germany was attacked by the Frankish realm of Austrasia, ruled by King Karl.

    - 921 -
    King Karl of Austrasia won the war against King Gunzelin of Germany.

    - 922 -
    King Gunzelin of Germany went to war against King Guaifer II of Lombardy.

    - 923 -
    Germany was attacked by the Frankish realm of Kölnian Peasant Revolt, ruled by Guitard.
    Guitard of Kölnian Peasant Revolt lost the war against King Gunzelin of Germany.

    - 924 -
    Tens of thousands of crows birds invaded Weimar just before the harvest, causing much damage to the farmers's fields.

    - 925 -
    Germany was attacked by the Occitan realm of Ugues's Host, ruled by Ugues.
    Germany was attacked by the Pomeranian realm of Bayan's Host, ruled by Bayan.

    - 926 -
    King Gunzelin of Germany won the war against King Guaifer II of Lombardy.
    Bayan of Bayan's Host lost the war against King Gunzelin of Germany.

    - 927 -
    King Gunzelin of Germany supported Queen Emma of Italy in war against her enemies.

    - 928 -
    Several people in Ulm spoke of seeing strange shapes dancing on the moon.

    - 929 -
    King Gunzelin of Germany supported Queen Emma of Italy in war against her enemies.

    - 930 -
    King Gunzelin of Germany supported Queen Emma of Italy in war against her enemies.

    - 931 -
    The army of King Gunzelin of Germany, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Ancona against the armies of the Byzantine Empire.
    The army of King Gunzelin of Germany, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Orvieto against the armies of the Byzantine Empire.
    Pope Honorius II declared a Crusade, wherein all faithful Catholics were called to help conquer Aquitaine from the Sunnis.
    King Gunzelin of Germany supported Pope Honorius II in war against his enemies.

    - 932 -
    King Gunzelin of Germany supported Queen Emma of Italy in war against her enemies.
    Pope Honorius II, leader of all Catholic faithful, died in battle against Efrayim of Udabno on 16 April, 932.
    The army of King Gunzelin of Germany, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Pavia against the armies of Italian Revolt.
    The army of King Gunzelin of Germany, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Genoa against the armies of Italian Revolt.

    - 933 -
    Berald Gama' married Duchess Liedelde, daughter of Duke Folcbald of Gelre.
    The army of King Gunzelin of Germany, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Pavia against the armies of Italian Revolt.

    - 934 -
    The army of King Gunzelin of Germany, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Pavia against the armies of Italian Revolt.
    King Gunzelin of Germany supported King Arcambald of Austrasia in war against his enemies.
    The army of King Gunzelin of Germany, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Bar against the armies of Austrasian Revolt.
    Queen Emma 'the Usurper', the mother of King Gunzelin of Germany, died in battle against Folki on 24 December, 934.
    Gunzelin Gama' inherited the Italy from Emma Nibelunging.

    - 935 -
    The army of King Gunzelin of Germany, commanded by Count Rodgand of Krain, was victorious in the battle of Verona against the armies of Kjartan's Host.
    King Gunzelin of Germany, through deeds and character, came to be known as King Gunzelin 'the Great'.
    Gunzelin Gama' was crowned Holy Roman Emperor by Pope Clemens III on 13 January, 935, thus restoring the Roman Empire in the West.
    The army of Kaiser Gunzelin of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Count Rodgand of Krain, was victorious in the battle of Treviso against the armies of Eskild's Host.

    - 936 -
    The Crusade declared by Clemens ended with the successful conquest of Aquitaine from the Sunnis.
    the Holy Roman Empire was attacked by the Saxon realm of Anhaltian Peasant Revolt, ruled by Gunzelin.
    The army of Kaiser Gunzelin of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Anhalt against the armies of Anhaltian Peasant Revolt.
    Gunzelin of Anhaltian Peasant Revolt lost the war against Kaiser Gunzelin of the Holy Roman Empire 'the Great'.

    - 937 -
    Kaiser Gunzelin held a grand tournament, inviting all the great lords and knights of the realm.

    - 938 -
    A strange plague killed thousands of wild rabbits in the county of Anhalt.

    - 939 -
    Kaiser Gunzelin of the Holy Roman Empire supported King Arcambald of Austrasia in war against his enemies.

    - 940 -
    The army of Kaiser Gunzelin of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Brabant against the armies of Austrasian Revolt.
    The army of Kaiser Gunzelin of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Gent against the armies of Austrasian Revolt.

    - 941 -
    The army of Kaiser Gunzelin of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Holland against the armies of Austrasian Revolt.

    - 942 -
    A river flooded parts of Anhalt in the spring.

    - 943 -
    The army of Kaiser Gunzelin of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Baldewin, was victorious in the battle of Fürstenberg against the armies of Danmark.

    - 944 -
    Kaiser Gunzelin of the Holy Roman Empire died succumbing to his severe injuries on 18 September, 944. His son, Berald, succeeded to the throne of the Empire with a grand ceremony in Teck.

    Strange and wonderful serpents were seen in Piombino.

    - 945 -
    In Schwaben, the people celebrated the benevolent rule of Kaiser Berald.

    - 946 -
    The army of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Bishop Sigeræd of Münster, was victorious in the battle of Kleve against the armies of Frirek's Host.

    - 947 -
    Pope Clemens III, leader of all Catholic faithful, died from complications of being blinded on 21 March, 947.

    - 948 -
    Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire went to war against King Aldéric of Austrasia.
    Cecilie, the firstborn daughter, was born to Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire.
    The army of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Liege against the armies of Austrasia.

    - 949 -
    The army of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Verdun against the armies of Austrasia.
    Empress Liedelde 'the Wolf', the wife of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, died under suspicious circumstances on 29 September, 949.

    - 950 -
    The army of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Liege against the armies of Austrasian Revolt.
    the Holy Roman Empire was attacked by the Berber realm of Constantine Peasant Revolt, ruled by Jaffar.

    - 951 -
    The army of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Duke Gundo of Modena, was victorious in the battle of Treviso against the armies of Grimr's Host.
    Jaffar of Constantine Peasant Revolt won the war against Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire.

    - 952 -
    The army of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Verdun against the armies of Austrasia.
    The army of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Bar against the armies of Mercia.
    King Waldemar of Italy married Salomea, daughter of Count Gebhard of Anhalt.
    The army of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Count Sigibuld of Bologna, was victorious in the battle of Lucca against the armies of Grimr's Host.

    - 953 -
    the Holy Roman Empire was attacked by the Lombard realm of Orvietian Peasant Revolt, ruled by Ariald.
    The army of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Count Rodgand of Krain, was victorious in the battle of Nordgau against the armies of Mercia.

    - 954 -
    Ariald of Orvietian Peasant Revolt lost the war against Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire.
    Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire won the war against King Aldéric of Austrasia 'the Just'.
    The army of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Count Rodgand of Krain, was victorious in the battle of Gelre against the armies of Gelrian Peasant Revolt.
    The army of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Count Rodgand of Krain, was victorious in the battle of Köln against the armies of Dag's Host.
    The army of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Count Rodgand of Krain, was victorious in the battle of Mainz against the armies of Dag's Host.
    The army of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Count Rodgand of Krain, was victorious in the battle of Köln against the armies of Dag's Host.
    The army of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Count Rodgand of Krain, was victorious in the battle of Mainz against the armies of Dag's Host.
    The army of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Count Rodgand of Krain, was victorious in the battle of Köln against the armies of Dag's Host.

    - 955 -
    A star fell from the sky in Taranto, killing three cows.

    - 956 -
    Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire married Princess Adela, daughter of King Bertil II of Bavaria.
    Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire supported King Wielislaw of Aquitaine in war against his enemies.
    Kaiserin Ulrike, the mother of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, died under suspicious circumstances on 27 December, 956.

    - 957 -
    Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire went to war against Queen Svatava of Bavaria.
    The army of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Count Rodgand of Krain, was victorious in the battle of St. Gallen against the armies of Bavaria.

    - 958 -
    People in Pfalz claimed to have seen two suns at the same time.

    - 959 -
    A goat with three heads was born in Kleve.

    - 960 -
    In Bamberg, the people celebrated the benevolent rule of Kaiser Berald.

    - 961 -
    The army of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Oberbayern against the armies of Bavaria.

    - 962 -
    Pope Benedictus III, leader of all Catholic faithful, died a natural death on 15 February, 962.
    Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire won the war against Queen Svatava of Bavaria 'the Fat'.
    Berald Gama' usurped the Kingdom of Bavaria from Svatava Agilolfing.
    Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire supported King Wielislaw of Aquitaine in war against his enemies.
    the Holy Roman Empire was attacked by the Anglo-Saxon realm of Holy Roman Revolt, ruled by Æthelhild 'the Just'.
    The army of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Kempten against the armies of Swiss Band.

    - 963 -
    King Waldemar 'the Fat', the heir of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, died under suspicious circumstances on 1 June, 963.
    The army of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Magnus of Holstein, was victorious in the battle of Göttingen against the armies of Holy Roman Revolt.

    - 964 -
    Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, through deeds and character, came to be known as Kaiser Berald 'the Wise'.
    Æthelhild of Holy Roman Revolt 'the Just' lost the war against Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire 'the Wise'.

    - 965 -
    A star fell from the sky in Bari, killing three cows.

    - 966 -
    Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire supported King Wielislaw of Aquitaine in war against his enemies.
    The army of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Baron Niebelung of Stahleck, was victorious in the battle of Pfalz against the armies of Ottarr's Host.
    Kaiserin Adela, the wife of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, died a natural death on 6 September, 966.

    - 967 -
    Villagers saw blood raining from the sky in the county of Padua.

    - 968 -
    Several people in Ulm spoke of seeing strange shapes dancing on the moon.

    - 969 -
    Strange and wonderful serpents were seen in Genoa.

    - 970 -
    Strange and wonderful serpents were seen in Nordgau.

    - 971 -
    A river flooded parts of Stolp in the spring.

    - 972 -
    the Holy Roman Empire was attacked by the Berber realm of Bizertenian Peasant Revolt, ruled by Aderbal.

    - 973 -
    A ten feet tall woman was crucified in the county of Corsica.

    - 974 -
    Aderbal of Bizertenian Peasant Revolt lost the war against Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire 'the Wise'.
    the Holy Roman Empire was attacked by the German realm of Holy Roman Revolt, ruled by Svatava 'the Fat'.
    The army of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Duke Sante III of Salerno, was victorious in the battle of Passau against the armies of Holy Roman Revolt.
    The army of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Duke Sante III of Salerno, was victorious in the battle of Niederbayern against the armies of Holy Roman Revolt.

    - 975 -
    The army of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Duke Sante III of Salerno, was victorious in the battle of Nürnberg against the armies of Holy Roman Revolt.
    Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire supported King Wielislaw of Aquitaine in war against his enemies.
    Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire married Duchess Emma, daughter of Duke Waldemar II of Thüringia.
    The army of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Duke Sante III of Salerno, was victorious in the battle of Niederbayern against the armies of Holy Roman Revolt.
    The army of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Duke Sante III of Salerno, was victorious in the battle of Nürnberg against the armies of Holy Roman Revolt.
    The army of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Duke Sante III of Salerno, was victorious in the battle of Kempten against the armies of Holy Roman Revolt.
    Raginari of Holy Roman Revolt lost the war against Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire 'the Wise'.

    - 976 -
    Pope Lucius III declared a Crusade, wherein all faithful Catholics were called to help conquer Aquitaine from the Sunnis.

    - 977 -
    In Mainz, the people celebrated the benevolent rule of Kaiser Berald.

    - 978 -
    the Holy Roman Empire was attacked by the Saxon realm of Saxony, ruled by Duchess Rycheza.
    Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire 'the Wise' tried but failed to imprison Duchess Rycheza of Saxony, causing her to come out in open rebellion.
    On 8 July, 978, rumors began to reach us of a terrible outbreak of Plague in far off lands
    The army of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Duke Sante III of Salerno, was victorious in the battle of Turtusha against the armies of Arabid Emirate.
    The Crusade declared by Lucius ended with the successful conquest of Aquitaine from the Sunnis.
    the Holy Roman Empire was attacked by the Berber realm of Bizertenian Peasant Revolt, ruled by Takfarinas.

    - 979 -
    The army of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Duke Sante III of Salerno, was victorious in the battle of Genoa against the armies of Saxony.
    Pope Lucius III, leader of all Catholic faithful, died a natural death on 2 July, 979.

    - 980 -
    The army of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Duke Liutbald of Tuscany, was victorious in the battle of Tlemcen against the armies of Damietta.
    Duchess Rycheza of Saxony 'the Fat' made peace with Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire 'the Wise'.
    Takfarinas of Bizertenian Peasant Revolt won the war against Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire 'the Wise'.

    - 981 -
    A giant destroyed several villages in Annaba, but then disappeared without trace.

    - 982 -
    Prince Gunzelin, the heir of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire, died of the dreaded Plague on 10 January, 982.
    Duchess Emma of Thüringia was imprisoned in a dungeon in Ulm by Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire.
    Pope Caelestinus III announced the formal annulment of Kaiser Beralds marriage with Duchess Emma of Thüringia.
    Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire married Princess Halderudis, daughter of King Thomas II of Burgundy.
    Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire died of severe stress on 1 September, 982. His brother, Heribert, succeeded to the throne of the Empire with a grand ceremony in Teck.

    An uncommonly great number of children were born this year in Pisa.

    - 983 -
    On 4 July, 983 word reached us that western Europe has been widely Depopulated by the dreaded Plague.

    - 984 -
    the Holy Roman Empire was attacked by the Lombard realm of Holy Roman Revolt, ruled by Erchinoald.
    Kaiser Heribert of the Holy Roman Empire died of severe stress on 4 October, 984. His son, Christopher, succeeded to the throne of the Empire with a grand ceremony in Teck.

    A goat with three heads was born in Chur.

    - 985 -
    Kaiser Christopher of the Holy Roman Empire died of the dreaded Plague on 22 January, 985. His son, Werner, succeeded to the throne of the Empire with a grand ceremony in Teck.

    Kaiserin Ainès, the mother of Kaiser Werner of the Holy Roman Empire, died of the dreaded Plague on 23 March, 985.
    Kaiser Werner of the Holy Roman Empire married Princess Cecilie, daughter of Kaiser Berald of the Holy Roman Empire.
    the Holy Roman Empire was attacked by the French realm of Austrasia, ruled by King Aldéric 'the Just'.

    - 986 -
    King Aldéric of Austrasia 'the Just' won the war against Kaiser Werner of the Holy Roman Empire.
    The army of Kaiser Werner of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Nibelungo Drago, was victorious in the battle of Mantua against the armies of Holy Roman Revolt.
    the Holy Roman Empire was attacked by the Italian realm of Foggian Peasant Revolt, ruled by Lealdo.
    Christopher, the firstborn son, was born to Kaiser Werner of the Holy Roman Empire.
    Empress Cecilie, the wife of Kaiser Werner of the Holy Roman Empire, died of Pneumonia on 17 December, 986.
    Lealdo of Foggian Peasant Revolt lost the war against Kaiser Werner of the Holy Roman Empire.

    - 987 -
    A dragon was seen in the county of Holstein.

    - 988 -
    the Holy Roman Empire was attacked by the Norse realm of the Byzantine Empire, ruled by Emperor Gandalfr 'the Cruel'.

    - 989 -
    Erchinoald of Holy Roman Revolt made peace with Kaiser Werner of the Holy Roman Empire.
    Emperor Gandalfr of the Byzantine Empire 'the Cruel' won the war against Kaiser Werner of the Holy Roman Empire.

    - 990 -
    Kaiser Werner held a grand tournament, inviting all the great lords and knights of the realm.
    Kaiser Werner of the Holy Roman Empire supported King Thomas II of Burgundy in war against his enemies.
    Kaiser Werner of the Holy Roman Empire married Duchess Katharina, daughter of Duke Ælfwig of Köln.
    the Holy Roman Empire was attacked by the Andalusian realm of Tariqid Empire, ruled by Badshah Abdul-Rahman.

    - 991 -
    Pope Caelestinus III, leader of all Catholic faithful, died of Cancer on 13 October, 991.

    - 992 -
    the Holy Roman Empire was attacked by the Frisian realm of Gelrian Peasant Revolt, ruled by Hessel.
    Pope Gregorius V, leader of all Catholic faithful, died of Cancer on 7 November, 992.
    The army of Kaiser Werner of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by King Guaifer III of Italy, was victorious in the battle of Gelre against the armies of Gelrian Peasant Revolt.
    Hessel of Gelrian Peasant Revolt lost the war against Kaiser Werner of the Holy Roman Empire.

    - 993 -
    the Holy Roman Empire was attacked by the Lombard realm of Modenian Peasant Revolt, ruled by Liutward.

    - 994 -
    The army of Kaiser Werner of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Duke Erchinoald II of Tunis, was victorious in the battle of Modena against the armies of Modenian Peasant Revolt.
    Liutward of Modenian Peasant Revolt lost the war against Kaiser Werner of the Holy Roman Empire.

    - 995 -
    The army of Kaiser Werner of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Duke Erchinoald II of Tunis, was victorious in the battle of Beni Yanni against the armies of Tariqid Empire.
    Badshah Abdul-Rahman of Tariqid Empire lost the war against Kaiser Werner of the Holy Roman Empire.

    - 996 -
    A strange plague killed thousands of wild rabbits in the county of Annaba.

    - 997 -
    Kaiser Werner of the Holy Roman Empire went to war against Pope Victor II.
    The army of Kaiser Werner of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Baron Augustin of Asperg, was victorious in the battle of Verona against the armies of the The Papacy.

    - 998 -
    The armies of the Holy Roman Empire, led by Patrician Antonio of Michele, captured Rome.

    - 999 -
    The army of Kaiser Werner of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Loup of Celle, was victorious in the battle of Padua against the armies of the The Papacy.

    - 1000 -
    Kaiser Werner of the Holy Roman Empire won the war against Pope Victor II 'the Holy'.

    - 1001 -
    Villagers saw blood raining from the sky in the county of Weimar.

    - 1002 -
    Kaiser Werner of the Holy Roman Empire died succumbing to his severe injuries on 4 August, 1002. His son, Christopher, succeeded to the throne of the Empire with a grand ceremony in Teck.

    Kaiser Christopher II of the Holy Roman Empire died of Cancer on 20 September, 1002. His half-brother, Werner, succeeded to the throne of the Empire with a grand ceremony in Teck.

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

    - 1003 -
    A goat with three heads was born in Mantua.

    - 1004 -
    the Holy Roman Empire saw an unusually bountiful harvest this year.

    - 1005 -
    The army of Kaiser Werner II of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Gautselin, was victorious in the battle of Köln against the armies of Finland.

    - 1006 -
    the Holy Roman Empire was attacked by the Italian realm of Sienian Peasant Revolt, ruled by Baldassarre.



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    Domenica sera?

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    Non ci sono, sto weekend son fuori e domenica arrivo a casa verso 23.30...martedi?

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    Anche io non ci sono fino a martedì almeno

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    In realtà non ci sono nemmeno stasera. Domani e giovedì son presente Paradox Multi TGM - Topic organizzativo

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    Domani ho corso di tedesco...giovedi ci sono invece!

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    va bene giovedì dai
    stasera esce il dlc di eu iv, so cosa fare da solo

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    Ah esce oggi? Nei prox giorni lo prendo

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    devo iniziare una partita con la nuova patch allora
    The High King’s face was ravaged with grief, and all that raged in the ancient man’s eyes - well, none of it belonged. Not to the legend that was Kallor. Not to the nightmares roiling round and round his very name. Not to the lifeless sea of ashes in his wake. No, what Spinnock saw in Kallor’s eyes were things that, he suspected, no one would ever see again.

    It was, of sorts, a gift.

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    Giovani duchi, stasera ci siete?

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    Io ci sono!

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    bene sentiamo carta e jaqen

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    Ci sarò ci sarò! Orario random fra 21e45 e 22

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    Presente

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    Eventi memorabili del Gran Ducato di Benevento della serata:
    • Nero "The Dragon" Drago
    • Il ritrovamento del Vaso di Pandora a Capua
    • La partita a scacchi con la morte

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    Eventi memorabili del Gran Ducato di Benevento della serata:
    • Nero "The Dragon" Drago
    • Il ritrovamento del Vaso di Pandora a Capua
    • La partita a scacchi con la morte

    e non dimentichiamo le pestilenze di ogni tipo

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    Le pestilenze a capua son come le patatine alle feste. Non mancano mai.
    Pure io ho avuto la partita a scacchi con la morte. E ho perso
    Nel mio Wessex son morti almeno 4 ruler il nuovo e il suo erede stan facendo solo figlie femmine
    In compenso cornovaglia, kent e un pezzetto di galles sono entrati a far parte del regno di Wessex

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    Ma se fate solo figlie femmine passate ad agnatic cognatic risolvete tutti i vostri problemi.
    Se a qualcuno servono soldi la banca mondiale di ulm è a vostra disposizione
    Ultima modifica di Kurtz; 14-10-16 alle 12:15

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    Ma se fate solo figlie femmine passate ad agnatic cognatic risolvete tutti i vostri problemi.
    Se a qualcuno servono soldi la banca mondiale di ulm è a vostra disposizione
    Eh, lo farei...il problema è che i miei ultimi 3 ruler son durati meno del tempo minimo per poter cambiare la successione meno male che avevo senority e un gran numero di cugini da utilizzare

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    questa moria di ruler che avete, per quanto possa esserci una quantità di sfiga di mezzo, cercate di contrastarla in qualche modo?

    Per esempio, prima cosa è sicuramente scegliere il focus hunting, e seconda cosa fare sempre sempre sempre seek treatment. Alla fine i bonus health si sommano e correte, finchè il pg è giovane, relativamente ben pochi rischi

    poi quando arriva arriva

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