We went to war with Cerdic with Nanteleod on our side at Levcomagis. In a hard-fought battle, we defeated Cerdic.
A few days later, we fought again in Hartford at the city of Royston. We won, but heard that Ulfius had been defeated in Silchester.
The men started to complain about their tenure of service, but Nanteleod gave a magnificent speech, and we continued to Essex and fought again.
We won (killing the last son of Aethelswith), and driving Cerdic into the sea.
Nanteleod was declared high king of the Britons, and we swore fealty to him.