The Annals of Wales
(Part V)

by Anonymous, translated from Latin by Wikisource

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Year. Julian ruled. Converted from Christian to pagan, he persecutes the Christians.
Year. Jovian ruled. He with all his army is made Christian.
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Year. Valentinian ruled. He had been dismissed from his office by Julian.
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Year. Easter is mov[e]d up a Sunday by Pope Leon[1]
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Year. Saint Patric died.[2]

NotesEdit

  1. See also: computus and Victor of Aquitaine.
  2. Although possibly a confusion with Palladius. The Annals of Ulster record three different death dates to Patrick, crediting the first two to "Old Patrick".