||In 939 king Olaf 3 first came to York, and then, marching south, besieged Northampton. But accomplishing nothing there, he turned his army to Tamworth and ravaged everything round about it. When he reached Leicester on his return, king Edmund 14 met him with an army. There was no severe fighting, for the two archbishops, Oda 3 and Wulfstan 14, reconciled the kings to one another and put an end to the battle. When peace had thus been made, the Watling Street was the boundary of each kingdom. Edmund 14 held the part to the south, Olaf 3 kingdom to the north.