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He is referred to by the historian Widukind as a preses, and is sometimes called the “great margrave.”
The contest between Charlemagne and Widukind (Guiteclin) offered abundant epic material.
Widukind's account attempts to give the Saxons a legal right, at least to the landing-place and the immediate vicinity.Teutonic Mythology, Vol. 1 of 3
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The Saxons, who were finally overthrown with their powerful chief Widukind, have devised a terrible revenge.Historical Miniatures