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  1. - 903 -
  2. A ten feet tall woman was crucified in the county of Bordeaux.
  3.  
  4. - 904 -
  5. Duke Ives of Aquitaine, the liege Lord of Count Rivai, died of complications related to Gout on 22 September, 904.
  6.  
  7. - 905 -
  8. Belet, the heir of Count Rivai of Bordeaux, died of complications related to Gout on 24 February, 905.
  9.  
  10. - 906 -
  11. An uncommonly great number of children were born this year in Bordeaux.
  12.  
  13. - 907 -
  14. A star fell from the sky in Bordeaux, killing three cows.
  15.  
  16. - 908 -
  17. Count Rivai of Bordeaux married Chana.
  18. Duke Foroen of Aquitaine married Rigunth, daughter of Count Autgeri of Amiens.
  19.  
  20. - 909 -
  21. Matrona, the firstborn daughter, was born to Count Rivai of Bordeaux.
  22.  
  23. - 910 -
  24. A dragon was seen in the county of Bordeaux.
  25.  
  26. - 911 -
  27. Sorgo, the firstborn son, was born to Count Rivai of Bordeaux.
  28.  
  29. - 912 -
  30. Several people in Bordeaux spoke of seeing strange shapes dancing on the moon.
  31.  
  32. - 913 -
  33. Count Rivai of Bordeaux went to war against Prince-Bishop Mainard of Agen.
  34. Count Rivai of Bordeaux lost the battle of Bordeaux against the army of France, commanded by Prince-Bishop Mainard of Agen.
  35.  
  36. - 914 -
  37. Count Rivai of Bordeaux lost the battle of Bordeaux against the army of France, commanded by Prince-Bishop Mainard of Agen.
  38.  
  39. - 915 -
  40. Count Rivai of Bordeaux lost the war against Prince-Bishop Mainard of Agen.
  41.  
  42. - 916 -
  43. Several people in Bordeaux spoke of seeing strange shapes dancing on the moon.
  44.  
  45. - 917 -
  46. Count Rivai of Bordeaux went to war against Count Rudolf of Périgord.
  47.  
  48. - 918 -
  49. Count Rivai of Bordeaux won the war against Count Rudolf of Périgord.
  50. Rivai Bertranding usurped the County of Périgord from Rudolf Morgannid.
  51.  
  52. - 919 -
  53. Bordeaux was attacked by the Frankish realm of Aquitaine, ruled by Duke Foroen 'the Frog'.
  54. Count Rivai of Bordeaux was victorious in the battle of Périgord against the army of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Duke Foroen of Aquitaine.
  55.  
  56. - 920 -
  57. Count Rivai of Bordeaux lost the battle of Saintonge against the army of the Umayyad Empire, commanded by Badshah Idris V of the Umayyad Empire.
  58.  
  59. - 921 -
  60. Count Rivai of Bordeaux was victorious in the battle of Agen against the army of the Holy Roman Empire, commanded by Duke Foroen of Aquitaine.
  61.  
  62. - 922 -
  63. Duke Foroen of Aquitaine 'the Frog' lost the war against Count Rivai of Bordeaux.
  64.  
  65. - 923 -
  66. Count Rivai of Bordeaux died comatose in bed on 8 January, 923. His son, Sorgo, succeeded to the throne of the County with a grand ceremony in Bordeaux.
  67.  
  68. Strange and wonderful serpents were seen in Bordeaux.
  69.  
  70. - 924 -
  71. A star fell from the sky in Périgord, killing three cows.
  72.  
  73. - 925 -
  74. A giant destroyed several villages in Bordeaux, but then disappeared without trace.
  75.  
  76. - 926 -
  77. Bordeaux saw an unusually bountiful harvest this year.
  78.  
  79. - 927 -
  80. In Bordeaux, the people celebrated the benevolent rule of Count Sorgo.
  81.  
  82. - 928 -
  83. Count Sorgo of Bordeaux married Maturkka, daughter of Khagan Çat of Yabghumakh.
  84.  
  85. - 929 -
  86. A dragon was seen in the county of Périgord.
  87.  
  88. - 930 -
  89. Chana, the mother of Count Sorgo of Bordeaux, died of complications related to Gout on 20 March, 930.
  90. Doltza, the firstborn daughter, was born to Count Sorgo of Bordeaux.
  91.  
  92. - 931 -
  93. A goat with three heads was born in Périgord.
  94.  
  95. - 932 -
  96. Bordeaux saw an unusually bountiful harvest this year.
  97.  
  98. - 933 -
  99. A goat with three heads was born in Bordeaux.
  100.  
  101. - 934 -
  102. In Bordeaux, the people celebrated the benevolent rule of Count Sorgo.
  103.  
  104. - 935 -
  105. The earth shook for three days in Bordeaux, killing two hundred peasants and a priest.
  106.  
  107. - 936 -
  108. Count Sorgo of Bordeaux went to war against Azam of Umayyad Revolt.
  109.  
  110. - 937 -
  111. Shabsai, the firstborn son, was born to Count Sorgo of Bordeaux.
  112.  
  113. - 938 -
  114. Tens of thousands of crows birds invaded Bordeaux just before the harvest, causing much damage to the farmers's fields.
  115.  
  116. - 939 -
  117. Count Sorgo of Bordeaux won the war against Azam of Umayyad Revolt.
  118. Sorgo Bertranding usurped the County of Béarn from Mahdi Abbasid.
  119.  
  120. - 940 -
  121. Count Sorgo of Bordeaux adopted new customs to embrace Basque culture, no longer considering himself Ashkenazi.
  122.  
  123. - 941 -
  124. A star fell from the sky in Béarn, killing three cows.
  125.  
  126. - 942 -
  127. A strange plague killed thousands of wild rabbits in the county of Périgord.
  128.  
  129. - 943 -
  130. Villagers saw blood raining from the sky in the county of Périgord.
  131.  
  132. - 944 -
  133. Count Sorgo of Bordeaux was victorious in the battle of Nantes against the army of Brittany, commanded by Duke Gualtari of Brittany.
  134.  
  135. - 945 -
  136. Duke Foroen of Aquitaine, the liege Lord of Count Sorgo, was slain by Mayor Nicolas of Guerande in personal combat on 6 April, 945.
  137.  
  138. - 946 -
  139. Several people in Bordeaux spoke of seeing strange shapes dancing on the moon.
  140.  
  141. - 947 -
  142. Chieftess Maturkka, the wife of Count Sorgo of Bordeaux, died of the Slow Fever on 26 February, 947.
  143. Count Sorgo of Bordeaux married Irge, daughter of Khagan Bula I of Bashkiria.
  144. Count Sorgo of Bordeaux successfully led his armies, taking Madinat Barshiluna from the enemy.
  145.  
  146. - 948 -
  147. Count Sorgo of Bordeaux successfully led his armies, taking Cotlliure from the enemy.
  148. Count Sorgo of Bordeaux went to war against Count Bérard of Toulouse.
  149.  
  150. - 949 -
  151. In Bordeaux, the people celebrated the benevolent rule of Count Sorgo.
  152.  
  153. - 950 -
  154. Count Sorgo of Bordeaux died of the Slow Fever on 15 August, 950. His son, Shabsai, succeeded to the throne of the County with a grand ceremony in Bordeaux.
  155.  
  156. People in Bordeaux claimed to have seen two suns at the same time.
  157.  
  158. - 951 -
  159. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux made peace with Count Bérard of Toulouse.
  160.  
  161. - 952 -
  162. Villagers saw blood raining from the sky in the county of Périgord.
  163.  
  164. - 953 -
  165. A strange plague killed thousands of wild rabbits in the county of Périgord.
  166.  
  167. - 954 -
  168. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux was victorious in the battle of Angoulême against the army of Foix, commanded by Count Adelfonso of Foix.
  169. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux was victorious in the battle of Périgord against the army of Foix, commanded by Count Adelfonso of Foix.
  170. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux was victorious in the battle of Bordeaux against the army of Hrane's Host, commanded by Hrane of Hrane's Host.
  171.  
  172. - 955 -
  173. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux was victorious in the battle of Armagnac against the army of England, commanded by Ludwig of Kent.
  174. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux was victorious in the battle of Périgord against the army of Foix, commanded by Count Ranimiro of Foix.
  175. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux was victorious in the battle of Bordeaux against the army of Seisyllwg, commanded by Thiedburga of Gower.
  176.  
  177. - 956 -
  178. Duke Alias II of Aquitaine, the liege Lord of Count Shabsai, was slain by Lembert in a chaotic battlefield duel on 12 January, 956.
  179. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux went to war against Chief Abo of Rouergue.
  180.  
  181. - 957 -
  182. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux successfully led his armies, taking Millau from the enemy.
  183.  
  184. - 958 -
  185. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux successfully led his armies, taking Vabres from the enemy.
  186. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux successfully led his armies, taking Najac from the enemy.
  187. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux successfully led his armies, taking Rodez from the enemy.
  188. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux successfully led his armies, taking Millau from the enemy.
  189. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux won the war against Count Bérard of Toulouse.
  190. Shabsai Bertranding usurped the County of Rouergue from Bérard Richfriding.
  191.  
  192. - 959 -
  193. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux married Lärkka, daughter of Khagan Barjik of Hekel.
  194. Baron Gershom of Rodez married Filipa.
  195. Sorgo, the firstborn son, was born to Count Shabsai of Bordeaux.
  196.  
  197. - 960 -
  198. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux went to war against Countess Violent of Toulouse.
  199.  
  200. - 961 -
  201. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux successfully led his armies, taking Toulouse from the enemy.
  202. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux successfully led his armies, taking Lavaur from the enemy.
  203. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux successfully led his armies, taking Muret from the enemy.
  204. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux won the war against Countess Violent of Toulouse.
  205. Shabsai Bertranding usurped the County of Toulouse from Violent Richfriding.
  206.  
  207. - 962 -
  208. Villagers saw blood raining from the sky in the county of Béarn.
  209.  
  210. - 963 -
  211. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux went to war against King Pharamond of Aquitaine.
  212. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux successfully led his armies, taking Béziers from the enemy.
  213.  
  214. - 964 -
  215. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux successfully led his armies, taking Albi from the enemy.
  216. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux won the war against King Pharamond of Aquitaine 'the Chaste'.
  217. Shabsai Bertranding usurped the County of Narbonne from Ioseph Brycheiniog.
  218. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux successfully led his armies, taking Turenne from the enemy.
  219. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux successfully led his armies, taking Limoges from the enemy.
  220.  
  221. - 965 -
  222. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux successfully led his armies, taking Rochechouart from the enemy.
  223. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux successfully led his armies, taking Comborn from the enemy.
  224. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux went to war against Duke Foroen II of Aquitaine.
  225. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux successfully led his armies, taking Guéret from the enemy.
  226.  
  227. - 966 -
  228. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux won the war against Duke Foroen II of Aquitaine.
  229.  
  230. - 967 -
  231. Villagers saw blood raining from the sky in the county of Rouergue.
  232.  
  233. - 968 -
  234. A goat with three heads was born in Périgord.
  235.  
  236. - 969 -
  237. In Rouergue, the people celebrated the benevolent rule of Count Shabsai.
  238.  
  239. - 970 -
  240. A dragon was seen in the county of Bordeaux.
  241.  
  242. - 971 -
  243. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux went to war against Duke Sinop of Toulouse.
  244.  
  245. - 972 -
  246. Villagers saw blood raining from the sky in the county of Bordeaux.
  247.  
  248. - 973 -
  249. Bordeaux saw an unusually bountiful harvest this year.
  250.  
  251. - 974 -
  252. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux won the war against Duke Werinbert of Paris 'the Confessor'.
  253. Count Shabsai of Bordeaux, through deeds and character, came to be known as Count Shabsai 'the Usurper'.
  254. Shabsai Bertranding usurped the Duchy of Toulouse from Werinbert Nibelunging.
  255. Shabsai Bertranding usurped the County of Melgueil from Werinbert Nibelunging.
  256.  
  257. - 975 -
  258. A dragon was seen in the county of Bordeaux.
  259.  
  260. - 976 -
  261. A river flooded parts of Bordeaux in the spring.
  262.  
  263. - 977 -
  264. Count Sorgo of Périgord married Guranduht, daughter of Dedebaba Zaur of Bektashi Order.
  265.  
  266. - 978 -
  267. Toulouse saw an unusually bountiful harvest this year.
  268.  
  269. - 979 -
  270. Duke Shabsai of Toulouse supported Emperor Chararic of the Holy Roman Empire in war against his enemies.
  271.  
  272. - 980 -
  273. Duke Shabsai of Toulouse supported Rivai of Aquitanian Revolt in war against his enemies.
  274.  
  275. - 981 -
  276. A strange plague killed thousands of wild rabbits in the county of Toulouse.
  277.  
  278. - 982 -
  279. Toulouse saw an unusually bountiful harvest this year.
  280.  
  281. - 983 -
  282. Count Sorgo, the heir of Duke Shabsai of Toulouse, died of Camp Fever on 4 January, 983.
  283. Count Fernando of Rouergue married Tura, daughter of Khagan Kibar of Sakarçäge.
  284.  
  285. - 984 -
  286. Duke Shabsai of Toulouse went to war against Caliph Muhammad II.
  287.  
  288. - 985 -
  289. Duke Shabsai of Toulouse 'the Usurper' made peace with Caliph Wannaqo.
  290.  
  291. - 986 -
  292. In Narbonne, the people celebrated the benevolent rule of Duke Shabsai.
  293.  
  294. - 987 -
  295. On 9 June, 987, rumors began to reach us of a terrible outbreak of Plague in far off lands
  296.  
  297. - 988 -
  298. A ten feet tall woman was crucified in the county of Narbonne.
  299.  
  300. - 989 -
  301. On 14 July, 989 word reached us that Persia has been widely Depopulated by the dreaded Plague.
  302. On 14 July, 989 word reached us that the Middle east has been widely Depopulated by the dreaded Plague.
  303. On 11 October, 989 the Plague arrived at our borders. May God protect us.
  304. The Samaritan heresy spread its woeful presence in the county of Périgord.
  305.  
  306. - 990 -
  307. Emperor Chararic of the Holy Roman Empire, the liege Lord of Duke Shabsai 'the Usurper', died of the dreaded Plague on 24 April, 990.
  308. On 14 August, 990 word reached us that Asia minor has been widely Depopulated by the dreaded Plague.
  309. On 14 August, 990 word reached us that southern Europe has been widely Depopulated by the dreaded Plague.
  310. Emperor Gunthar of the Holy Roman Empire, the liege Lord of Duke Shabsai 'the Usurper', died of the dreaded Plague on 23 October, 990.
  311. Duchess Lärkka 'the Careless', the wife of Duke Shabsai of Toulouse, died of the dreaded Plague on 7 December, 990.
  312. Duke Shabsai of Toulouse married Liubava, daughter of High Chief Elemér of Karachev.
  313.  
  314. - 991 -
  315. Emperor Nibelung of the Holy Roman Empire, the liege Lord of Duke Shabsai 'the Usurper', died of the dreaded Plague on 6 August, 991.
  316. On 14 September, 991 word reached us that Africa has been widely Depopulated by the dreaded Plague.
  317.  
  318. - 992 -
  319. Duke Shabsai of Toulouse successfully led his armies, taking Guerande from the enemy.
  320. Duke Shabsai of Toulouse successfully led his armies, taking Redon from the enemy.
  321. Duke Shabsai of Toulouse lost the battle of Nantes against the army of Holy Roman Revolt, commanded by Adelperga of Holy Roman Revolt.
  322. On 14 October, 992 word reached us that western Europe has been widely Depopulated by the dreaded Plague.
  323.  
  324. - 993 -
  325. Duke Shabsai of Toulouse successfully led his armies, taking Cosenza from the enemy.
  326. On 14 November, 993 word reached us that northern Europe has been widely Depopulated by the dreaded Plague.
  327.  
  328. - 994 -
  329. Duke Shabsai of Toulouse successfully led his armies, taking Roquefort from the enemy.
  330. Duke Shabsai of Toulouse successfully led his armies, taking Bazas from the enemy.
  331. Duke Shabsai of Toulouse successfully led his armies, taking Tartas from the enemy.
  332. On 14 December, 994 word reached us that eastern Europe has been widely Depopulated by the dreaded Plague.
  333.  
  334. - 995 -
  335. Duke Shabsai of Toulouse went to war against Caliph Muhammad III.
  336. Duke Shabsai of Toulouse successfully led his armies, taking Charroux from the enemy.
  337. Duke Shabsai of Toulouse successfully led his armies, taking Niort from the enemy.
  338.  
  339. - 996 -
  340. Duke Shabsai of Toulouse successfully led his armies, taking Poitiers from the enemy.
  341. Duke Shabsai of Toulouse successfully led his armies, taking Châtellerault from the enemy.
  342. Duke Shabsai of Toulouse successfully led his armies, taking St Savin from the enemy.
  343. Duke Shabsai of Toulouse successfully led his armies, taking Chauvigny from the enemy.
  344.  
  345. - 997 -
  346. Duke Shabsai of Toulouse successfully led his armies, taking Lusignan from the enemy.
  347. Duke Shabsai of Toulouse successfully led his armies, taking Charroux from the enemy.
  348. Duke Shabsai of Toulouse successfully led his armies, taking Niort from the enemy.
  349. Duke Shabsai of Toulouse 'the Usurper' made peace with Caliph Wannaqo II.
  350. Duke Shabsai of Toulouse successfully led his armies, taking Bellac from the enemy.
  351.  
  352. - 998 -
  353. Emperor Claeuwaert of the Holy Roman Empire converted from Catholic to Waldensian.
  354.  
  355. - 999 -
  356. Toulouse saw an unusually bountiful harvest this year.
  357.  
  358. - 1000 -
  359. Toulouse saw an unusually bountiful harvest this year.
  360.  
  361. - 1001 -
  362. Duke Shabsai of Toulouse supported Emperor Claeuwaert of the Holy Roman Empire in war against his enemies.
  363.  
  364. - 1002 -
  365. A goat with three heads was born in Rouergue.
  366.  
  367. - 1003 -
  368. Count Fernando, the heir of Duke Shabsai of Toulouse, died of poor health on 24 March, 1003.
  369.  
  370. - 1004 -
  371. Duke Shabsai of Toulouse supported Emperor Claeuwaert of the Holy Roman Empire in war against his enemies.
  372.  
  373. - 1005 -
  374. An uncommonly great number of children were born this year in Périgord.
  375.  
  376. - 1006 -
  377. Duke Shabsai of Toulouse went to war against Duchess Ermensindis of Aquitaine.
  378.  
  379. - 1007 -
  380. Duke Shabsai of Toulouse 'the Usurper' won the war against Duchess Ermensindis of Aquitaine.
  381. Shabsai Bertranding usurped the Duchy of Aquitaine from Ermensindis Louping.
  382. Shabsai Bertranding created the title of Duchy of Upper Brittany, confirming his growing power with much ceremony and celebration.
  383. Duke Shabsai of Toulouse supported Emperor Claeuwaert of the Holy Roman Empire in war against his enemies.
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