The same news repeated in the manuscripts of XII century. without any change. But at the same XII. Florence of Worcester, a man famous for his vivid imagination to the same extent as our Hector Boyce, repeated the story with their own additions, Kings calling subreguli, ie, vassals, and by increasing their number to eight. He also for the first time tells the tale of eight rowers. At the same time he mentioned that Edgar's fleet consisted of 3,600 ships. Florence leads the list of the various rowers, which clearly indicates that he was completely unknown who and where reigned at the time. We can accept as the only reasonable interpretation of all these stories is that the various rulers, including, quite possibly, was Kenneth II of, really struck Edgar visit to Chester, to agree on joint action against the common enemy, and that they agreed with the political course proposed by the king of England. Fleet Review, undertaken with the aim to put pressure on the allies might include something like the sea and walks embellished afterwards popular rumor. However, even in such a presentation this is not more than a guess.