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869. The Sorbs and Siusli joined with the Bohemians and the other peoples of the region and crossed the old Thuringian border.1
874. The Sorbs and the Siusli and their neighbors rebelled on the death of Thaculf. Archbishop Liutbert [of Mainz] and Ratolf, Thaculf’s successor, crossed the River Saale in January and by pillaging and burning crushed their insolence without battle and reduced them to their further servility.2
877. The Slavs called Linones and the Siusli their neighbors planned to rebel and refused to pay the usual tribute. King Louis sent certain of his faithful men there around mid-Lent, and they suppressed the rebellion without fighting; they took some hostages and not a few gifts and reduced these peoples to their former state of servility.3