932. King Henry was in 'Lonsicin'.1
[933?] From here [Meissen], he compelled the Milzeni, already subject to his will, to pay tribute. Furthermore, after long besieging the burg Lebusa... he forced the residents to flee to a small inner fortress and then to surender. From that day, on which he justly destoyed it by fire, to the present, the burg has been uninhabited.
[1012. Boleslaw takes Lebusa, with slaughter and booty, then sets it afire--on 20 August.]2