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Other lost ones can still be identified. Their production spanned a critical period in the formation of the polity we now call ‘England’, and in its experience of conquest and external attack. They went on to become the base texts for the great Latin chronicles of the first half of the twelfth century: John of Worcester, Henry of Huntingdon, and via John, of the Historia Regum associated with the name of Symeon of Durham. Surely, then, these texts should be central to the study of history and history-writing.
30 The author of these annals began the tale of unfolding doom with events in Wales in 1065, and with the same selfrevelation and in terms which recall the Æthelred annalist: ‘Nor do we know 26 ‘I’ appears never to be used in these vernacular chronicles. Uses of ‘we/us/our’ are rare. To 1067: A, 851, 937, 1001; C 853 (=A 851), 937, 1009 (x3), 1010, 1011 (x2); D 785, 851, 937, 1009 (x3), 1010, 1011 (x3 – DE add an extra one to C’s 2, re the first arrival of Christianity), 1052 (x2), 1058, 1065, 1066 (x3), 1067; E 449 (NB in the section lost in D), 785, 851, 1009 (x3), 1010, 1011 (x3).
1016. 13 They do not survive in their original context. They have passed by collation and copying into the chronicles we now know as C, D and E, and are abbreviated in F. Stepping from stone on to ladder, we can be fairly certain what their original context was: that their author produced his, and I think we can be fairly certain it was ‘his’, detailed account of the Danish attacks as a continuation of an existing set of vernacular annals, which were themselves a continuation, or continuations, of Alfred’s chronicle.