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may refer to one of the following chronicles.
- Livonian Rhymed Chronicle
The Livonian Rhymed Chronicle was a chronicle written in Low German by an anonymous writer. It covers the period 1180 – 1290 and contains a wealth of detail about Livonia — modern Estonia and Latvia....
- By anonymous (1180–1290)
- By Bartholomäus Hoeneke (1340s)
- Chronicle of Henry of Livonia
The Livonian Chronicle of Henry is a document describing historic events in Livonia and surrounding areas from 1180 to 1227. Apart from the few references in the Primary Chronicle compiled in Kievan Rus' in the twelfth century, it is the oldest known written document about the history of these...
- By Hermann de Wartberge (up to 1378)
- By Hermann Helewegh (15th century)
- By Balthasar Russow
Balthasar Russow was one of the most important Livonian and Estonian chroniclers.Russow was born in Reval . He was educated at an academy in Stettin in Pomerania...
- By Johann Renner (1582)
- By Franz Nyenstede (1609)