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He is referred to by the historian Widukind as a preses, and is sometimes called the “great margrave.”
The Saxons, who were finally overthrown with their powerful chief Widukind, have devised a terrible revenge.Historical Miniatures|August Strindberg
The contest between Charlemagne and Widukind (Guiteclin) offered abundant epic material.
We now pass to the second half of the tenth century, and there we find the Saxon chronicler Widukind.
Widukind's account attempts to give the Saxons a legal right, at least to the landing-place and the immediate vicinity.