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The first time she appears as an individual is in the Recension, or Mercian edition of the Anglo Saxon Chronicles, which was written near Oxford.
The first substantial accounts of the low experience on the English side dating from the late 1090s come from Eadmer of Canterbury in his Life of Anselm and his History of the recent events of the English, John of Worcester who interpolated and updated the Anglo Saxon Chronicle in Latin and William of Malmesbury in his chronicles on the kings and bishops of England, partly written at the request of Queen Matilda II, herself of Anglo-Saxon stock.
39 to represent 1139 years since the earliest known written ref-f erence to the Ridings of York in the Anglo Saxon Chronicles of 876.
39 as it represents 1,139 years since the earliest known written reference to the Ridings of York in the Anglo Saxon Chronicles of 876.

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